Azerbaijan didn’t leave Turkey alone in its hard times and this is an important factor in relations between the two brotherly countries, a Turkish MP told Trend March 16.
The visit of Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev to Ankara on March 15 became another example of how the relations between Baku and Ankara develop, Necdet Unuvar, head of the Turkey-Azerbaijan interparliamentary friendship group of Turkey’s Grand National Assembly (parliament), told Trend by telephone.
“The visit of President Aliyev to Turkey became another important step in developing the relations between the two countries,” said the MP.
The world witnessed important events in bilateral relations between Ankara and Baku this week, since earlier, chairman of Azerbaijani parliament Ogtay Asadov visited Turkey and held meetings with the country’s president and prime minister, said Unuvar.
He noted that during the visit of Asadov to Turkey, the parties decided to even more strengthen the relations between the two countries.
The fifth meeting of the Turkey-Azerbaijan High-Level Strategic Cooperation Council was held in Ankara, March 15, with participation of Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.