Chair of the Azerbaijan's Milli Majlis (Parliament) Sahiba Gafarova has sent a letter to Chairman of the Grand National Assembly of Türkiye Numan Kurtulmuş congratulating him on behalf of the Members of the Milli Majlis and her own on having been elected to helm the supreme legislative assembly of the brotherly country, APA reports.
The letter goes that the strategic alliance of our countries that are guided by the ‘one nation – two states’ principle are advancing in the realm of inter-parliamentary relations just as they are in every area encompassed by the two sides in the first place.
Also, the leader of the Milli Majlis invited Numan Kurtulmuş to pay an official visit to Azerbaijan.
Sahiba Gafarova had a telephone conversation with Mr Kurtulmuş on the same day. She once again congratulated the Turkish colleague and wished him success in his work in the interests of our peoples and for their prosperity.
The GNAT Chairman said his thanks for the congratulations and heartfelt words, and said he was going to spare no effort to ensure a continued progress of the connexions between the GNAT and the Milli Majlis.
Chair of the Azerbaijan's Milli Majlis has also sent a letter to the 29th Speaker of the Grand National Assembly of Türkiye Mustafa Şentop, and in her letter she is underscoring the successes of the legislature of the brotherly country achieved whilst Mr Şentop was heading it. Mrs Gafarova also remarks in her communication that the linkage between our supreme legislative bodies reached a new level in the same period.
It should be mentioned that Sahiba Gafarova and Mustafa Şentop had a phone conversation today, in which the leader of the Azerbaijani legislature again thanked the head of the Turkish parliament for his contribution to the progress of our inter-parliamentary connexions during the time in which Mr Şentop was helming the GNAT. Mrs Gafarova wished Mr Şentop every success in his professional field.
Mustafa Şentop, in turn, thanked Sahiba Gafarova cordially for the appreciation of his performance as the GNAT Chairman, and expressed his intention to endeavour to deepen the relations between our friendly and fraternal peoples even further in his eventual work.