Lodz, 1 December 2022 (TDI): The Foreign Affairs Minister of Azerbaijan, Jeyhun Bayramov met with his counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu, Foreign Minister of Turkiye.

Both discussed ways to strengthen bilateral relations. The meeting took place on the sidelines of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Ministerial Council meeting in Lodz.

The meeting of the Foreign Minister has been described by many as a step in diplomatic relations. They discussed several issues about the development of each country, ranging from economic, political, and social development.

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Their discussion on economic development centered on the need for partnership and cooperation for development. Both countries have been on good trade terms for all these years. They have both assisted each other when it comes to trade.

The Foreign Ministers further touched on the need to ensure that the relationships both countries enjoy continuing to last. They looked at various ways to continue to promote their interest in various ways to benefit their members.

The people of Azerbaijan have constantly worked with the people of Turkiye in many ways. They again looked at the need to ensure that both countries promote security partnerships as they move towards ensuring security architecture is protected.

In these times of security alert on terrorism and violence, extremism is necessary for them to promote a general conversation on how to protect the lives of their people.

The Foreign Minister of Turkiye, Mevlut Cavusoglu thanked his partner and counterpart for the time they both had together. Adding to the fact that they will continue to ensure that the diplomatic relations between them strengthen more.

As Azerbaijan makes progress in development, the Foreign Minister emphasized the fact that they will continue to reach out to many countries for partnership.

Azerbaijan-Turkiye relations

Azerbaijan and Turkiye’s diplomatic and bilateral relations have always been strong and have often been described as “one nation, two states.” The export of goods and human resources have been established between them.