Baku, October 28, AZERTAC
Popular American radio program “The John Batchelor Show” has interviewed Deputy Head of the Foreign Policy Affairs Department of the Azerbaijani Presidential Administration Hikmat Hajiyev who spoke about the visit of the US National Security Adviser John Bolton to Azerbaijan, Armenia’s occupation against Azerbaijan, the settlement of the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, 6th Baku International Humanitarian Forum, and Azerbaijan’s achievements gained during the years of independency.
Hajiyev highlighted the country’s energy policy, regional cooperation and its relations with neighbors. He emphasized that Bolton’s visit to Azerbaijan opens up new opportunities for bilateral cooperation in a number of areas, including energy, security and fight against terrorism.
Hajiyev noted Azerbaijan`s geopolitical and strategic importance as well as energy projects initiated by the country.
He described Armenia’s ongoing aggression against Azerbaijan as the main threat to regional security. Hajiyev said the withdrawal of the Armenian troops from Azerbaijan`s occupied lands is an essential precondition for the settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
Mentioning Azerbaijan's achievements made in the years of independence, Hajiyev drew the audience’s attention to the 6th Baku International Humanitarian Forum held on October 25-26. He described the forum as an important global platform for discussing humanitarian issues at the international level. He emphasized that Azerbaijan is rapidly developing and is a modern, secular state which is proud of its multiculturalism traditions.
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