Azerbaijan's Energy Minister meets with delegation of Communist Party of Vietnam
Minister of Energy Parviz Shahbazov received the delegation led by Deputy Chairman of the Foreign Relations Commission of the Communist Party of Vietnam Mrs. Nguyen Thi Hoang Van, SIA refers to the ministry's press service.
The 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries was celebrated at the meeting. The sides noted that the development of relations between the New Azerbaijan Party and the Communist Party of Vietnam would create great opportunities for strengthening the relations between the two countries. The foundation of diplomatic relations between Azerbaijan and Vietnam was laid by National leader Heydar Aliyev.
The great potential for the development of cooperation relations between Azerbaijan and Vietnam in the field of energy as well as other fields was also mentioned during the talks. Expansion of cooperation with Vietnamese companies in the field of oil refining, renewable energy, creation of a "green energy" zone in territories freed from occupation were discussed. The benefit of Azerbaijan and Vietnam both being located on the Silk Road and the existing international transport infrastructure, as well as the North-South and East-West transport corridors was emphasized, which could stimulate the development of economic-commercial and transit relations between the two countries.
At the meeting, the important role of the Azerbaijan-Vietnam Intergovernmental Commission on Economic, Trade, Scientific and Technical Cooperation in the development of relations between the two countries was noted, the current situation regarding the implementation of the protocol during the last period of the 2nd meeting, the future prospects of bilateral relations in the energy sector were reviewed. the issue of holding the next meeting in the near future was discussed.
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