Heads of working groups for inter-parliamentary relations of Azerbaijani Parliament elected

Heads of working groups for inter-parliamentary relations of Azerbaijani Parliament elected
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The heads of working groups for inter-parliamentary relations of the Azerbaijani Parliament have been elected, APA reports.

The issue of election of heads of working groups for inter-parliamentary relations of the Azerbaijani Parliament was brought up for discussion at the plenary meeting of the parliament held today.

The draft law was put to vote and was adopted.

The below-mentioned deputies were elected as heads of the working groups:

Samad Seyidov - head of the working group for Azerbaijan-the United States of America inter-parliamentary relations

Nurlan Hasanov - head of the working group for Azerbaijan-the Federal Republic of Germany inter-parliamentary relations

Cavanshir Feyziyev - head of the working group for Azerbaijan-the United Kingdom inter-parliamentary relations

Siyavush Novruzov - head of the working group for Azerbaijan-China inter-parliamentary relations

Soltan Mammadov - head of the working group for Azerbaijan-France inter-parliamentary relations

Azer Kerimli - head of the working group for Azerbaijan-Italy inter-parliamentary relations

Sevil Mikayilova - head of the working group for Azerbaijan-Spain inter-parliamentary relations

Arzu Naghiyev - head of the working group for Azerbaijan-Georgia inter-parliamentary relations

Vasif Talibov - head of the working group for Azerbaijan-Iran inter-parliamentary relations

Anatoliy Rafailov - head of the working group for Azerbaijan-Israel inter-parliamentary relations

Tural Ganjaliyev - head of the working group for Azerbaijan-Canada inter-parliamentary relations

Nizami Safarov - head of the working group for Azerbaijan-Russia inter-parliamentary relations

Ahliman Amiraslanov - head of the working group for Azerbaijan-Turkey inter-parliamentary relations

The heads of other working groups for inter-parliamentary relations were elected as well.

Note that the election of heads of a total of 82 working groups for inter-parliamentary relations took place at the meeting of the Azerbaijani Parliament.

Ramiz Mikayıloğlu

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