Moscow satisfied with development of Russian-Azeri relations

Moscow is satisfied with the development of Russian-Azeri relations, including the pace of the political dialogue between the two nations, Russian Foreign Minister said Tuesday while opening a meeting with an Azeri parliamentary delegation led by Speaker of Milli Mejlis - the upper house of parliament, Murtuz Aleskerov. Russian Foreign Minister pointed out that the leaders of the two nations had developed "a warm and confidential relationship." The Minister reiterated that the presidents of Russia and Azerbaijan held regular telephone conversations, during which they discussed crucial issues in bilateral relations. This, according to the minister, "yields considerable momentum in the relations between our nations." Igor Ivanov pointed out that Moscow and Baku were currently busy specifically implementing the agreements secured during Vladimir Putin's visit to Azerbaijan. The Azeri parliamentary delegation's visit to Russia is one of the effects of the agreements, Ivanov said. Igor Ivanov pointed out that long-standing ties of friendship were now firmly rooted in relations between the two countries. In turn, Azeri parliament speaker Murtuz Aleskerov announced that a new stage in Russian-Azeri relations had begun. He feels Russia and Azerbaijan should seek to enhance multilateral cooperation.

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