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Date:13/02/17

Ministry of Transport, Communications and High Technologies established by order of Azerbaijani President

President Ilham Aliyev has signed an executive order on establishing the Ministry of Transport, Communications and High Technologies of the Republic of Azerbaijan. Under another presidential order, Ramin Guluzade has been appointed as Minister of Transport, Communications and High Technologies.

The order aims to improve the public administration system in Azerbaijan, bring the country’s state policy in the fields of transport and communications and high technologies to modern requirements, and increase the effectiveness in this area.

According to the order, the Cabinet of Ministers shall prepare and submit to the President the draft regulations on the Ministry of Transport, Communications and High Technologies of the Republic of Azerbaijan, as well as prepare proposals on the structure and total number of employees of the ministry within two months. The Cabinet of Ministers was instructed to prepare and submit to the President proposals on adjustment of the acts of the President to the establishment of the Ministry of Transport, Communications and High Technologies within two months. Also, the Cabinet of Ministers shall ensure the adjustment of its normative legal acts and inform the President within three months.

Furthermore, according to the order, the Cabinet of Ministers shall control the adjustment of the legal acts of central executive bodies and inform the Azerbaijani president on their implementation within five months.

The Ministry of Justice was instructed to ensure the adjustment of the normative legal acts and normative acts of central executive bodies to the establishment of the Ministry of Transport, Communications and High Technologies and inform the Cabinet of Ministers.




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