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Graduate of Azerbaijan’s Baku Higher Oil School marries Pakistani student from same university

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Graduate of Azerbaijan’s Baku Higher Oil School marries Pakistani student from same universityTwo students of Baku Higher Oil School (BHOS) got married in the Baku “ASAN service” center No.5.

Elvin Ismailov, a graduate of the BHOS Petroleum Engineering Department, married a third-year student of the same department Masume Rizji, who is originally from Pakistan.

Rector of Baku Higher Oil School Elmar Gasimov and Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Pakistan to Azerbaijan Bilal Hayee acted as witnesses at the wedding ceremony of the citizens of the two friendly countries.

The rector and the ambassador congratulated the young people and wished them a happy family life based on warm and strong relations, similar to those that exist between the two countries.

Graduate of Azerbaijan’s Baku Higher Oil School marries Pakistani student from same university

The newlyweds were presented with gifts.

Although the wedding ceremony was held in accordance with the traditions of both countries, a small number of close relatives of the couple attended it, according to the quarantine rules.

Elvin Ismailov and Masume Rizji lived in the BHOS Student House during their study at the university. During the same period, they met and fell in love.

On Elmar Gasimov’s instructions, all necessary conditions have been created for young people at the BHOS Student House so that they could continue living there.

Elvin Ismailov says that the support provided to our country by Pakistan during the war was an example for them. It was these fraternal ties between the two countries that encouraged them to quickly formalize the marriage relationship.

Note that before the wedding ceremony, the families of the young people met each other via the Internet and blessed them.

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