Azerbaijan to discuss with Iran for development security defense cooperation in the region 1204148

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Defence & Security News - Azerbaijan

 
 
Saturday, April 12, 2014 05:14 PM
 
Azerbaijan to discuss with Iran for development of security and defense cooperation in the region.
Azerbaijan Republic's Defense Minister Zakir Hasanov plans to meet his Iranian counterpart Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan in Tehran on Monday, April 14, 2014, to discuss the latest security developments in the region, and explore avenues for the further expansion of Tehran-Baku defense cooperation.
     
Azerbaijan Republic's Defense Minister Zakir Hasanov plans to meet his Iranian counterpart Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan in Tehran on Monday, April 14, 2014, to discuss the latest security developments in the region, and explore avenues for the further expansion of Tehran-Baku defense cooperation.
Azerbaijan Republic's Defense Minister Zakir Hasanov

     

An Azeri military expert, Aziz Jafarov said that Hasanov's 2-day visit to Tehran will be at the invitation of Iran's Minister of Defense and Logistics Hossein Dehqan.

He further added that issues concerning bilateral military cooperation and regional security will be discussed during the visit.

Jafarov pointed out that the two sides may also sign cooperation agreements in a number of military and technical fields.

The expert said that signing the agreements would be beginning of a new era in military cooperation between the two countries.

On Wednesday, Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei in a meeting with Azeri President Ilham Aliyev called for the further consolidation of relations between Tehran and Baku, and warned of enemies' plots to sow discord between them.

During the meeting in Tehran, Ayatollah Khamenei describes the two countries' neighborhood and religious, cultural and historical ties as effective factors at the service of further strengthening of bilateral relations, and said, "The relations between the two nations and the two governments should become stronger with the passage of each new day."

He said that strengthening of the governments' relations with their nations and their religious beliefs guarantees their success.

President Aliyev also referred to the historical and cultural relations between the two countries, stressing Baku's strong and resolute will for the expansion of comprehensive relations with Tehran.

Iran has recently enhanced efforts to boost political, economic and cultural ties and cooperation with the regional and neighboring countries, specially the Central Asian states.

 

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