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Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan Strengthen Bilateral Ties Through Diplomatic Dialogue

Ashgabat, March 20, 2024, The Europe Today: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan reported a significant meeting between Myahri Byashimova, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan, and Gismet Gezalov, Ambassador of Azerbaijan, held in Ashgabat. The session, as detailed by the press service of the Turkmen Foreign Ministry, focused on advancing political cooperation, enhancing diplomatic exchanges, and fostering deeper cultural and humanitarian connections between the two nations.

In a spirit of constructive engagement, diplomats engaged in discussions aimed at furthering the political dialogue between Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan. They deliberated on strategies to bolster communication channels between their respective foreign policy establishments, with a keen emphasis on broadening the scope of humanitarian and cultural exchanges.

The dialogue also encompassed deliberations on key areas of collaboration within regional and international frameworks, underscoring mutual commitment to cooperative endeavors. Notably, discussions highlighted the encouraging progress observed in trade, economic, fuel and energy, and transportation and logistics sectors, reflecting the robust nature of bilateral relations.

Furthermore, both parties deliberated on the active participation of Azerbaijani delegations in forthcoming events scheduled in Turkmenistan, including those organized as part of the “The Fount of the Mind of Magtymguly Fragi” year and the commemoration of Anau as the capital of the Turkic world in 2024. This exchange of views underscores the shared commitment to celebrating cultural heritage and fostering mutual understanding.

The meeting epitomizes the enduring commitment of Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan to nurturing multifaceted cooperation across various domains, laying the foundation for strengthened bilateral ties and mutual prosperity.