An Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Turkey to Azerbaijan Mr. Erkan Ozoral and Education Counselor of the Embassy Mr. Abdulgafur Buyukfirat visited UNEC.
The Ambassador was provided with the information about the university within the meeting attended by the UNEC Rector, Professor Adalat Muradov. It was said UNEC carries out successful cooperation with the prestigious Turkish universities within the “Erasmus+”, TEMPUS Projects and the Mevlana Exchange Program and realizes teacher and student exchanges and internships. Expressing satisfaction of his visit to UNEC, the Ambassador stressed Turkey-Azerbaijan relations as a decent example for entire TURKISH World.
Then the guests met with UNEC students.
Vice-rector of UNEC for International Affairs and Programs, Assistant Professor Shahin Bayramov brought to attention that the meeting was held within the “Islamic Solidarity Year”. He said declaration of 2017 the “Islamic Solidarity Year” by the country’s President is a great contribution made by our state to the Islamic religion and the Muslim world and the highest value of solidarity. It is derived from the importance of Islamic values in the country and special attention attached to the development of cooperation between Azerbaijan and Islamic countries.
Praising the relations between Turkey and Azerbaijan with the Great Leader’s words “One nation- two states”, the Ambassador expressed satisfaction with the development of these relations on an upward trend. He stressed that our people have lived friendly and brotherly for centuries and these ties are even richer now and are raised to a new level.
Saying “UNEC has a special place for us”, the Ambassador drew to attention the fact of conducting training in the Faculty of Turkish World of Business Administration in Turkish. He evaluated the closer ties built by UNEC with the universities of Turkey.
Afterwards, the Ambassador advised the students to be well- educated, grow as qualified cadres, love the Motherland and to prefer national interests of Azerbaijan and Turkey. Students’ questions were responded within the meeting; their proposals and desires were heard.