Intensive negotiations are underway between the European Union (EU) and Azerbaijan on the signing of a new agreement, Azerbaijani Deputy Foreign Minister Khalaf Khalafov said at an event dedicated to Poland's Constitution Day, APA reports.
"We believe that the new agreement will allow cooperation between Azerbaijan and the EU to reach a new level.
"Poland, as an active participant in the EU's foreign policy, will contribute to the completion of these talks," he said.
Khalaf Khalafov said that the 44-day war has created new realities in the region:
"Azerbaijan is taking steps to establish peace and security. The Azerbaijani side made a peace proposal. The agreement reached at the Brussels meeting on important issues, the holding of the first meeting of the delimitation commission is a manifestation of the success of the Brussels meeting. "Azerbaijan will continue its efforts to open communications and normalize in the region."
The Deputy Minister also touched upon Polish-Azerbaijani relations.
He said relations between the two countries have an ancient history. The two countries have always had rich cultural and educational ties.
He also drew attention to trade relations, noting that there are great opportunities for further deepening relations and increasing trade turnover.