First Vice President of Azerbaijan, Mehraban Aliyeva, on Friday (17 March) met in Baku with the visiting delegation from the Islamic Republic of Iran, led by the Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Mahmoud Vaezi,
Mehriban Aliyeva hailed Azerbaijan-Iran relations, saying they were built on foundations of mutual respect.
Mehriban Aliyeva said the two countries have signed a number of documents after Azerbaijan restored its independence.
The first vice-president said reciprocal visits of the presidents of Azerbaijan and Iran are indicative of the highest level of the bilateral ties.
Mehriban Aliyeva said there are wide opportunities for cooperation in humanitarian field, adding she is ready to support this cooperation.
Minister of Communications and Information Technology of the Islamic Republic of Iran Mahmoud Vaezi congratulated Mehriban Aliyeva on her appointment as first vice-president of Azerbaijan. Vaezi expressed confidence that Mehriban Aliyeva will contribute to the development of Azerbaijani-Iranian relations.
source: commonspace.eu with agencies
photo: Firt Vice President of Azerbaijan Mehrabana Aliyeva meeting the visiting delegation of the Islamic republic of Iran on 17 March 2017.
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