Moscow, 6 December 2022 (TDI): The Foreign Minister of Azerbaijan, Jeyhun Bayramov met with the Foreign Minister of Russia, Sergei Lavrov in Moscow as they both signed the bilateral relations deal.

Both Leaders seek to ensure that they strengthen their bilateral relations. At the ceremony, they talked about certain issues which will allow them able to keep their relations stronger.

Touching on the issue of trade relations, Russia has been at the center of trade relations with Azerbaijan.

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The issue to ensure that both benefit from each other when it comes to trade terms where is a major concern. Also, the issue of peaceful relations was highlighted as they look forward to working closely with each other.

Another important agenda was the cancellation ceremony of postage stamps dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between them.

This ceremony opened the gateway to their diplomatic relations. As they seek to foster strong ties the need to promote diplomatic relations is much paramount.

The Foreign Minister of Azerbaijan expressed his sincere gratitude to the government of Russia for this new development. Stating that he is very hopeful that this move will yield positive results in the end.

Adding to the fact that Russia has always been both partner and friend to the people of Azerbaijan and therefore there is a need to promote diplomatic relations with them. They will seek to trade, work closely and promote international interests.

In addition, the Foreign Minister of Russia, Sergei Lavrov thanked his counterpart for his commitment and for taking these steps.

He further emphasized that Russia is always open to the government and the people of Azerbaijan. Additionally, they will continue to support them economically and in human resources development.

Azerbaijan-Russia relations

Azerbaijan and Russia have long-established relations. It is pertinent to note that both countries have had strategic partnership relations and political cooperation. This new development will set to rekindle these relations.