(MENAFN- AzerNews) Within his official visit to Israel, Azerbaijani Deputy Foreign
Minister Fariz Rzayev participated in the "Herzliya" Conference
organized annually in Israel and met with a number of Israeli state
officials and representatives of non-governmental organizations, Azernews reports, citing MFA.
Speaking at the "Herzliya" Conference on "Azerbaijan-Israel
Strategic Relations", Deputy Minister Fariz Rzayev informed the
participants of the conference about Azerbaijan-Israel relations,
regional issues, strategic energy, and transport projects
implemented by Azerbaijan, as well as other topics.
Deputy Minister Fariz Rzayev also met with Ronen Levy, Director
General of the Israeli Foreign Ministry, and Simona Halperin,
Deputy Director General, Head of the Eurasian Division. During the
meetings, Deputy Minister Fariz Rzayev informed his counterparts
about the current situation in the region in the post-conflict
period, the continuous activity of Azerbaijan in the direction of
establishing peace and security in the region, as well as the
obstacles caused by Armenia.
During the visit, Deputy Minister met with experts, professors,
and students at the Jerusalem Strategy and Security Institute, as
well as the Moshe Dayan Center for Middle East and African Studies
operating under Tel Aviv University.
In addition, Fariz Rzayev participated and made a speech at the
official event organized by the Azerbaijani Embassy in Israel on
the occasion of Independence Day.
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