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4 March, Thursday

Iran, Azerbaijan discuss strengthening military cooperation

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Iranian Ambassador to the Republic of Azerbaijan Seyyed Abbas Mousavi met and held talks with Azerbaijan’s Minister of Defense Zakir Hasanov in Baku on Thursday, Eurasia Diary reports citing Mehr News Agency. 

In this bilateral talk, the two sides explored avenues for further expansion of the level of military and technical cooperation between the two countries.

The defense minister of Azerbaijan expressed his thanks to the positions adopted by the Islamic Republic of Iran in the course of the recent conflict erupted between Azerbaijan and Armenia over the Nagorno-Karabakh region.

He pointed to the constructive and important role of presidents of the two countries of Iran and Azerbaijan in developing bilateral ties and termed military cooperation between Iran and Azerbaijan ‘successful’.

Iranian envoy to Baku, for his part, congratulated the victory of the Republic of Azerbaijan to the people and government of Azerbaijan.

Mousavi said that he will spare no effort for broadening bilateral cooperation in every field, especially the military area during his tenure.

He described the development of military cooperation between Iran and Republic of Azerbaijan as an important factor for ensuring security in the region.

In addition, the two sides exchanged their views on developing military cooperation in various fields of military-technical, military training, etc.

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