Sunday, 23 July, 2017

Official welcoming ceremony held for Azerbaijani president in Tehran

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Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev, who arrived in Tehran on Tuesday morning, was officially welcomed by his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani at the cultural and historical complex of Saadabad.

President Aliyev heading a large delegation is on an official visit to Iran. During the visit, more than 10 documents on cooperation are expected to be signed between Azerbaijan and Iran.

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Upon arrival at Tehran’s Mehrabad Airport, Aliyev was warmly welcomed by Iran’s Minister of Information and Communications Technology Mahmoud Vaezi

Iranian foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hossein Jaberi Ansari said of Aliyev’s visit to Tehran that issues related to areas of politics, economy, and energy will be discussed between the two sides and a number of MoUs will be signed at the end of the visit.

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Aliyev said earlier that his visit to Iran aims to bolster relations between the two neighboring states.

He expressed hope that the visit would help broaden affinities between the two nations more than ever.

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Referring to the previous meetings with President Rouhani, he said that he had held negotiations with the Iranian president and signed various agreements in political, economic and cultural areas.

Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh stated that during the visit of Azerbaijani leader Ilham Aliyev to Tehran, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani will offer him new cooperation in the oil and gas sector.

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“A new plan of cooperation in the oil and gas sector will be offered to the President of Azerbaijan,” the Mehr agency quoted Zanganeh as saying.

It is expected that within the framework of bilateral negotiations between Iran and Azerbaijan the authorities will discuss the issue of participation in the operation of the oil and gas fields of the Caspian Sea, APA reports.

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Photos Credit: Isna

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2 Comments

  1. Amir

    February 25, 2016 at 7:58 pm

    When you add sugar to any bread, it taste better to any person. Now semi-left over Azerbaijan who got friendly with the West not too long ago realizes that the Western bread are not sweet anymore, so they are going back to daddy again.

    • Mehran

      January 1, 2017 at 6:03 am

      Azerbaijan progressing very well on every aspect, and has no need to the old man of moddle east.

      Azebijani GDP per capita, is much higher than her neighbours, , reaching an all time high of 16715.10 USD in 2015. Azerbaijan is well integrated with international economy and is in process of bringing the countries laws Close to EU standards.

      Iran has been governed by fanatics for decades and keeping older in the country by dictatorship only. In the first sign of states weakening Iran can disintegrate quicker than Syria did.

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