We declare once again that we are committed to strengthening relations with Azerbaijan.
“Report” reports that this was included in the statement of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Canada, Melanie Jolie, regarding the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between her country and Azerbaijan.
“Today marks the 30th anniversary of our diplomatic relations with Azerbaijan, based on good people-to-people relations, including the active Azerbaijani community, which is an important part of Canada’s diversity, prosperity and success.
For thirty years, our countries have developed strong business relations to further strengthen common values in the international arena. We both help deliver humanitarian aid to Ukraine and have worked together in Afghanistan, a testament to our mutual commitment to helping those in need. We have cooperated in the promotion of women’s empowerment and environmental control on a global scale in forums such as the United Nations and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, as well as in strengthening the rules-based international order and democracy in the Caucasus region, the statement said.
“While celebrating this important day, we declare once again that we are committed to strengthening relations with Azerbaijan. We look forward to strengthening this important friendship and creating deeper ties in the coming years,” the document emphasizes.
“Our joint commitment to multiculturalism with Azerbaijan remains strong,” wrote Canadian Foreign Minister’s Parliamentary Secretary Rob Oliphant on his Twitter account.
“Today is the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Canada and Azerbaijan. Our shared commitment to multiculturalism and diversity remains strong. The developed and expanding Azerbaijani-Canadian community continues to make great contributions to our countries,” said the official of the Canadian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.