Ambassador of Azerbaijan to Russia, Polad Bulbul Ogly accepted on Friday, November 25, the newly known ambassador of the Republic of Guinea-Bisau Alfred Krishtovau Gomesh Lopesh in the Russian Federation at his request.
The press service of the Azerbaijani diplomatic notice was informed by Haqqin.az that the guest, expressing gratitude to Azerbaijan’s ambassador for a meeting, warmly responded to Azerbaijan and shared his impressions of his country who received his education in Baku, about hospitality in Azerbaijan.
In turn, the Ambassador of Azerbaijan congratulated his colleague on his appointment and wished him success in further work. Touching the bilateral relations between Azerbaijan and Guinea-Bisau, ambassadors emphasized the existing great potential for cooperation in many areas, especially in the areas of tourism and education, given the presence of good opportunities and conditions for students from Guinea-Bisau, who want to study in universities in Azerbaijan.
Azerbaijani diplomat informed a colleague about the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict, his history, many years and an ineffective negotiation process, 4 well-known resolutions of the UN Security Council and the essence of numerous documents adopted on the conflict within other international organizations, about the results of the victory of the Azerbaijani army The leadership of the President, the Supreme Commander of Ilham Aliyev, noted that Azerbaijan defended its sovereign land, and in such cases it is important, based on international law and principles of justice, to maintain the right position in international organizations.
POLLE BULBUL OGLA spoke about the restoration work carried out in the liberated territories, and also invited the Ambassador of Guinea-Bisau to visit the defiled territories of Azerbaijan.
The Ambassador of Guinea-Bisau said that he would soon take all the necessary steps for accreditation as an ambassador in Azerbaijan.
At the end of the meeting, the guest was awarded the book “Karabakh, published by the Heydar Aliyev Foundation: before and after the occupation.”