Parliamentary delegation to attend inauguration of Azerbaijan -Romania Trade Chamber, in Baku
The commercial relations between Romania and Azerbaijan will be managed by a bilateral Trade Chamber, opened in Baku, this week, in the presence of a Romanian Parliamentary delegation headed by the Chamber of Deputies Speaker Valeriu Zgonea.
The Chamber of Deputies Standing Bureau, on Monday, passed a memorandum on the visit, due at the invitation of the Azeri Parliament’s President Oqtay S. Asadov, on March 13-16.
The Romanian delegation is made of Social Democrat Deputies Viorel Hrebenciuc, Iulian Iancu and Florin Iordache, Liberal Dep. Dan Radu Rusanu, Dan Diaconescu People’s Party (PP-DD) Dep. Radu Popa and Dep. Lucian Militaru deputizing for the Democratic Liberal Party (PDL).
The visit’s goals are both the consolidation of the bilateral Romanian-Azeri Parliamentary relations and streamlining the cooperation between Azerbaijan and Romania, with a special emphasis on the economic dimension. The visit’s draft agenda also schedules talks with the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev, with Prime Minister Artur Rasizade and the Minister of Economic Development and the Minister of Industry and Energy. The Romanian delegation will also attend the events marking the inauguration of the bilateral Azerbaijan-Romania Trade Chamber, the above mentioned memorandum reads on.