Azerbaijani president receives credentials of newly appointed Mongolian ambassador

Mongolian Ambassador with Azerbaijiani president Ilham Alieyev

President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev received the credentials of the newly appointed Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Mongolia Badamdorj Batkhishig Jan. 12.
Batkhishig handed his credentials to President Aliyev, who then held conversation with the ambassador.
President Aliyev said Azerbaijan was interested in developing cooperation with Mongolia in all fields, adding there was a good potential for doing this.
The president recalled with pleasure his meetings with President of Mongolia Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj at various international events and their talks on the development of bilateral relations. President Aliyev said the development of political and economic ties was important for both nations and states. The head of state said cooperation between the business circles of Azerbaijan and Mongolia was not so active, adding that it was important that the two countries better know each other and correctly direct business and investment opportunities.
The president expressed his confidence that the bilateral relations would develop during the diplomatic tenure of Batkhishig in Azerbaijan, and wished him success in his activities.
Batkhishig extended greetings and best wishes of President Elbegdorj to President Aliyev.
The ambassador highlighted his country`s economic accomplishments in various fields. He said he would spare no efforts to develop the bilateral relations between the two countries during his diplomatic tenure.
The president thanked for the greetings of President Elbegdorj and asked the ambassador to communicate his greetings to the president of Mongolia.

Source:Trends news agency


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