Baku, 3 March 2023 (TDI): Azerbaijan’s Foreign Minister, Jeyhun Bayramov recently met with Csaba Korösi, the President of the 77th General Assembly of the United Nations (UNGA), during the Summit of the Coalition Against Covid-19.
They discussed various issues, including the Summit’s significance and influence, recent visits by UN representatives to Azerbaijan, and Azerbaijan’s active involvement and initiatives in UN agenda debates.
During the discussion, they reviewed also the regional situation, reconstruction, and construction activity in the occupied territory.
They also examined current mining hazards, the normalization of relations with Armenia, and Azerbaijan’s progress on the peace agenda.
The President of the UNGA expressed gratitude for the invitation. He acknowledged the Coalition Movement’s expanding influence under Azerbaijan’s presidency.
Korösi also appreciated Azerbaijan’s significant global actions against the COVID-19 epidemic. He noted that the country is on track to complete its four-year leadership of the Azerbaijani Coalition Movement.
The meeting also emphasized the significance of the UN agenda, especially given the current global circumstances. Both leaders discussed several subjects of mutual relevance on the UN agenda and the current regional situation.
The conversation was amicable. The President of the UNGA commended Azerbaijan’s active involvement in debates on the UN’s agenda.
According to the President, Azerbaijan’s efforts to bring peace to the region are laudable. He also expressed his commitment to working together to improve the world.
The Coalition Against COVID-19 Summit was held to discuss the problems posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and to mobilize efforts to fight the virus’s spread.
Azerbaijan’s leadership has played a substantial role in ensuring the Summit’s success. The Summit was a crucial forum for discussing and tackling the difficulties presented by the pandemic.
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The conference attempted to unite international leaders and specialists to exchange information, assets, and best practices for combating the pandemic.
The coalition was formed to help International Organizations in their fight against the epidemic and advance global collaboration.
The UN has also recognized Azerbaijan’s efforts towards restoration and construction work in occupied regions, existing mining risks, and normalization of relations with Armenia.