Institute of advisers under Azerbaijani Presidential Administration abolished

Institute of advisers under Azerbaijani Presidential Administration abolished
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  • calendar-gray 01 June 2017

The institute of advisers under the Presidential Administration of Azerbaijan has been abolished.  

 

The posts of state adviser on economic policy and state adviser on multinational, multicultural and religious affairs were abolished, APA reported.

 

The department of economic policy and agrarian affairs was set up. Natig Amirov, who has been Assistant to the President for economic reforms, was appointed assistant to the President, head of department of economic policy and agrarian affairs.  

 

The post of assistant to the President on multinational, multicultural and religious affairs, department head was set up. No appointment has been made to this post yet.

 

The state adviser on economic policy was Vahid Akhundov, and the state adviser on multinational, multicultural and religious affairs was Kamal Abdulla. 

Ceyhun Aliyev

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