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Date:19/09/18

Ramin Guluzade met with Austrian Vice-Chancellor

Minister of Transport, Communications and High Technologies of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ramin Guluzade met with a delegation led by Vice-Chancellor of the Republic of Austria, Federal Minister for the Civil Service and Sport Heinz-Christian Strache.
 
The meeting focused on the expansion of relations between the two countries in transport and telecommunication field.
 
Minister Ramin Guluzade noted that the work done under the leadership of President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev led to the transformation of Azerbaijan into an important transport hub, expansion of application of information technologies in all spheres and strengthening of international relations in these directions.
 
The Minister underlined that Azerbaijan is the initiator and main participant of many international projects and informed the delegation about the ongoing reforms in the country in the transport and ICT sector, projects of regional and local significance and planned activities.
 
During the meeting, the importance of the promotion of investment and joint ventures in transport, innovation and technology, as well as the exchange of experience on the application of innovation programs were highlighted.
 
At the same time, the sides also underlined the importance of establishing a working group to intensify relations in the relevant fields and to implement joint projects.
 
They also exchanged views on organizing workshops and trainings in high technology and innovation, involving experts and researchers from both countries in this process.
 
Austrian Vice-Chancellor Heinz-Kristian Strache expressed satisfaction with the development of cooperation between the two countries and said that there are favorable conditions for further expansion of Austrian-Azerbaijani relations in all spheres. The Vice-Chancellor noted that the close relations between the two countries serve the development of inter-state relations.
 
In the end, a Memorandum of Intent was signed between the Ministry of Transport, Communications and High Technologies of the Republic of Azerbaijan and Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology of the Republic of Austria.
 
The Memorandum was signed by Minister of Transport, Communications and High Technologies Ramin Guluzade on behalf of the Republic of Azerbaijan and Vice-Chancellor of the Republic of Austria, Federal Minister for the Civil Service and Sport Heinz-Christian Strache on behalf of the Republic of Austria.











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