Azerbaijan’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economic Development Shahin Mustafayev has visited Iran on top of a delegation to hold talks with the Islamic Republic’s energy officials and discuss expansion of ties.
In a message to Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi on Friday, Azeri President Ilham Aliyev stated that the cooperation capacities between Iran and Azerbaijan are much higher, saying, “I believe that today there are many prospects for further development of our mutually beneficial cooperation.”
Azerbaijan wants those who committed the Khojaly Genocide in 1992 to be brought to the justice and be punished.
Energy Minister Aliakbar Mehrabian further stressed the importance of enhancing cooperation with Baku and working together to complete two jointly-owned dams while also highlighting closer cooperation with Russia.
Energy minister said that studies have been carried out on the cooperation between Iran, Azerbaijan, and Russia in electricity and announced Iran's readiness to start collaboration on connecting the electricity grid to the Republic of Azerbaijan and Russia.
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The Iranian Cultural Center in the Azerbaijani capital of Baku is organizing the Iranian Film Days by streaming a number of war dramas on YouTube.
Head of Iran-Armenia Joint Chamber of Commerce and Industry Hervik Yarijanian accused Azerbaijan government of creating hurdles in way of Iran and Armenia trade ties, as the country has imposed special conditions for heavy trucks carrying Iranian goods.
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian on Tuesday underlined the need to preserve internationally recognized borders in the Caucasus region days after clashes erupted between Azerbaijan and Armenia that led to the blocking of a strategic Armenia road used by Iranian merchants.
For the second time in a week, Iran expressed concern over continued border clashes between Armenia and the Republic of Azerbaijan, which claimed lives on both sides and aroused concerns in neighboring countries in the South Caucasus region.