Foreign Ministry: The Azerbaijani side reiterated its readiness to accept UNESCO mission
Foreign Ministry: The Azerbaijani side reiterated its readiness to accept UNESCO mission
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The Azerbaijani side reiterated its readiness to accept the UNESCO mission and called on the organization to accelerate this process,” said spokesperson for Azerbaijan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs Leyla Abdullayeva as she responded to media’s question. Leyla Abdullayeva said: “Following the telephone conversation between President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev and Director-General of UNESCO Audrey Azoulay, a number of meetings between Azerbaijan and UNESCO have been held in recent months in a video conference format. During the last meeting, which took place on June 21, 2021, the Azerbaijani side reiterated its readiness to accept the UNESCO mission and called on the organization to accelerate this process. In this regard, discussions were held on the visit of the UNESCO mission to the liberated Aghdam and Fuzuli districts and the city of Shusha. In addition, I would like to note that as a result of discussions between the Azerbaijani side and the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), an agreement was reached on the implementation of the UNHCR mission to the conflict-affected areas of our country. Azerbaijan is fully prepared to accept the UNHCR mission. We are currently awaiting a response from both organizations to complete the work related to the visit.”
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