AZERTAC is a media bridge between Azerbaijan and the Arab world, said Editor-in-chief of the Egyptian Al-Akhbar newspaper Mohammad Salama at a meeting with AZERTAC Chairman of Board Aslan Aslanov.
Mohammad Salama, who is one of the journalists from Egypt, Morocco and UEA visiting Azerbaijan to cover the upcoming parliamentary elections in the country on February 9, said that he had several times been to the country and deeply impressed with the rapid development here. He mentioned that he had also published a number of books dedicated to Azerbaijan, adding that in his investigations on the 20 January events, Khojaly genocide and the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict he had mainly used the articles published by AZERTAC.
AZERTAC Chairman of the Board Aslan Aslanov highlighted the history of relations between Azerbaijan and the Arab countries, also pointing out the contributions of the information exchange carried out by the media outlets to bring nations closer to each other.
Arab journalists hailed the rapid development of Azerbaijan, freedom of the speech and press, noting that the election process in the country was being held in accordance with the principles of transparency and democracy.
Aslan Aslanov said President Ilham Aliyev always paid great attention to the development of cooperation with the OIC member states. The sides also hailed that First Vice-President Mehriban Aliyeva’s significant contributions to the strengthening of friendly relations between the two nations. The OIC’s support for Azerbaijan's rightful position on the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict was welcomed.
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