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Date:06/03/17

Minister to receive citizens in Imishli

Minister of Transport, Communications and High Technologies Ramin Guluzade will receive citizens in Imishli (citizens from Imishli, Aghjabedi, Beylagan, Zardab, Fuzuli, Lachin, and Khojavand regions) on March 10, at 14:00. At the reception, complaints and suggestions from citizens related to the provision of transport, telecommunications services (including Internet, radio and TV broadcasting) and postal services, service culture and issues of concern to the population in this area will be listened to.

Those wishing to make an appointment with the Minister are requested to contact via e-mail mincom@mincom.gov.az, call hotline number 1655 or (012) 598 38 18 (calls from regions are free of charge).

At the same time, in case of need, citizens wishing to come to the meeting will be provided with vehicles from relevant post offices or telephone exchanges. For this purpose, citizens are requested to call following telephone numbers:

In Imishli                    021 2464366
In Aghjabedi               021 2755299
In Beylagan                021 2253233
In Zardab                    020 2964299
In Fuzuli                     026 3155160
In Lachin                    021 2778202
In Khojavand             021 2235448




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