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Azerbaijan and Algeria Discuss Deepening Bilateral Relations

In a bid to strengthen the ties between Azerbaijan and Algeria, Minister of Foreign Affairs and National Community Abroad of the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria, Ahmed Attaf, recently engaged in discussions with the Representative of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan on special assignments, Elchin Amirbayov. The meeting, as conveyed by the Algerian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, aimed at charting a course for the further enhancement of bilateral relations between the two nations. Both parties acknowledged the significant strides made in the development of their relations and underscored the need for continued efforts to deepen these ties. Among the key points of discussion were the diversification of cooperation across various sectors, particularly emphasizing economic collaboration as a cornerstone for mutual growth and prosperity.

Of notable importance, the discussions coincided with the upcoming 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Azerbaijan and Algeria. This milestone provides an opportune moment for both nations to reflect on their achievements and set forth ambitious plans for the future. During their deliberations, attention was also drawn to the 29th session of the Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP29), slated to be hosted by Azerbaijan in November of this year. This significant international event presents a platform for both countries to not only address global environmental challenges but also to explore avenues for bolstering their bilateral relations, including trade and cooperation in various sectors.

Both Azerbaijan and Algeria expressed their commitment to leveraging the forthcoming COP29 to not only address climate concerns but also to further enhance their bilateral relations. Discussions revolving around trade, investment, and other areas of mutual interest were given prominence, underlining the shared determination to forge a stronger partnership. As the world grapples with complex challenges, including those posed by climate change and economic uncertainties, the meeting between Azerbaijan and Algeria signifies a steadfast commitment to international cooperation and solidarity. By reaffirming their dedication to deepening bilateral relations, both nations aim to foster greater stability and prosperity not only for themselves but also for the wider global community.