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Mrs Gafarova expressed this thought during her conversation with Chair of the Senate of Uzbekistan’s Oliy Majlis Tanzila Narbayeva.
Speaking further, Sahiba Gafarova said that the bilateral relations are setting high standards whilst resting on the firm legal foundation in place thanks to the documents that our states have signed to date. The mutual visits and conversations of the presidents of the two countries played an important role in achieving this level of interaction, too, she added.
The Highland Garabagh Conflict is history for Azerbaijan now: the Armed Forces led by President and victorious Commander-in-Chief Ilham Aliyev prevailed over the opponent in the Patriotic War having lasted for 44 days and liberated the lands of the country. Mrs Gafarova updated Mrs Narbayeva on the restoration work afoot in the liberated territories. She added with regret that, despite all the urges, Armenia continues a rude violation of the international legal principles by refusing to let the Azerbaijani side have minefield maps. She then called on the international community to make its attitude to this issue be known.
Madame Chair also informed her interlocutor of the achievements made in combating the pandemic in Azerbaijan.
Tanzila Narbayeva, in turn, emphasised the roles of the two parliaments in the advance of the Azerbaijani-Uzbek relations and recalled with pleasure her visit to our country in 2013. Mrs Narbayeva also spoke of the importance of boosting co-operation between the provinces of Azerbaijan and Uzbekistan.
Other matters of shared interest were talked about during the meeting as well.