Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Extends Gratitude to Kazakhstan for Peace Process Support

During a recent working visit to Kazakhstan, Azerbaijani Minister of Foreign Affairs, Jeyhun Bayramov, held discussions with Murat Nurtleu, Kazakhstan's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs.

The meeting, held on May 10, delved into matters of strategic partnership between Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan, regional dynamics in the aftermath of conflicts, and the status of ongoing peace initiatives.

Azerbaijan commended the deepening ties with Central Asian nations, particularly Kazakhstan, noting the positive trajectory of bilateral relations. Emphasizing collaboration across various sectors such as economics, trade, investment, energy security, and transportation, both sides underscored the potential for enhanced cooperation on regional and international platforms, including within the Turkic states framework.

In the context of post-conflict dynamics, Minister Bayramov expressed gratitude to Kazakhstan for its steadfast support and active role in advancing bilateral peace efforts between Azerbaijan and Armenia. Against the backdrop of recent agreements between delimitation commissions, there is confidence that ongoing negotiations will further bolster the peace process, as outlined in a statement by the Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry.

Additionally, the foreign ministers engaged in discussions on mutual interests, reflecting on broader regional issues.

It is worth noting that following a meeting in Almaty on May 10-11, Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Jeyhun Bayramov and his Armenian counterpart, Ararat Mirzoyan, agreed to continue negotiations on unresolved matters, signifying ongoing diplomatic efforts in the region.



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