Lithuanian companies are free to participate in restoration
projects in Azerbaijan's Karabakh [liberated from Armenian
occupation in 2020], and there are some ongoing discussions,
Ambassador of Lithuania to Azerbaijan Egidijus Navikas told
'There might be companies that could be interested, especially
considering the fact that Azerbaijan plans to create 'green area'
and build smart villages and smart cities in those regions, and the
EU countries, including Lithuania, have quite good experience in
these spheres,' Navikas said.
As the ambassador noted, it will not be a very quick process,
because the ongoing de-mining work takes time.
'Another sphere where we can help is the restoration of cultural
heritage in areas around Karabakh, and Lithuanian specialists in
this area have been already in touch with Azerbaijani
counterparts,' he added.
Lithuania is especially keen to search for possibilities for
cooperation with Azerbaijan in innovative and high-tech sectors
(especially in ICT and renewable energy sectors) as well as in
agriculture and food industry, Navikas said.
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