Baku, 18 March 2022 (TDI): From March 17 to 21, 2022, a group of members from the Pakistan-Azerbaijan Parliamentary Friendship led by Sadaqat Ali will visit Azerbaijan as part of the National Assembly of Pakistan’s platinum jubilee celebrations.

Members will meet with the Deputy Speaker of Azerbaijan’s Milli Majlis as well as their counterparts in the Azerbaijani Parliament. The group attended the reception in honor of Pakistan Day, which is coming up soon.

Members of Parliament, members of the diplomatic core, members of the Pakistani community, students, and religious scholars attended the event, which was arranged by the Pakistani Embassy in Baku.

The Pakistani Ambassador in Baku discussed Pakistan-Azerbaijani ties. He also acknowledged the attendance of Pakistani legislators at the ceremony.

Pakistan-Azerbaijan RelationsĀ 

After the Soviet Union fell apart, Azerbaijan declared independence. Following Turkey, Pakistan became the second country to recognize Azerbaijan as an independent state on December 12, 1991.

Pakistan has supported Azerbaijan on numerous matters, notably the Nagorno-Karabakh war, since their relations began on June 9, 1992. In addition to refusing to recognize Armenia as a state, the Islamabad government, which condemns the Khojaly atrocity, criticizes Yerevan.

Pakistan continues to be firm in its support for Azerbaijan in its dispute with Armenia over Nagorno Karabakh. Azerbaijan has consistently and strongly supported Pakistan’s efforts to resolve the Kashmir dispute as soon as possible, in compliance with relevant UN resolutions.

Since the beginning of the relationships, there has been a regular exchange of high-level visits between the two countries. Both states place great importance on their ties and give them better grades.

There are a number of elements that can help to improve the relationship. The joint goal of world peace and prosperity for humanity is first and foremost. The religious values of the two countries have also stitched the two nations together.

This has also improved their mutual support. Even the fact that we share the same cultural and historical heritage has brought us closer.