“Logistical support for access to foreign market: the targets of the strategic road map”


The round table on the topic “Logistiacl support for access to foreign market: the targets of the strategic road map” was held at within the farmework of “Science month”UNEC.

The professor-teaching staff, doctoral students and masters course students of the Turkish World Business Administration Faculty participated at the round table held at the faculty of Business and Management.

The dean of the faculty of “Business and management” , associated professor Miragha Ahmadov highlighted the relevance of the topic and spoke about the importance of the transnational  Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway connecting the Europe and Asia  in a single trajectory. He said that, the project providing the logistic support for access to foreign markets will serve to expand the economical relations of our country.

The dean of Turkish World Business Administration Faculty, associated professor Farrukh Tuzcuoghlu pointed out that the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars project serves to further strengthen and expansion of realtions with Turkey, the reliable strategic partner of Azerbaijan and noted that it is the important and integral part of the foreign policy of our country. He said that the all projects implemented by Azerbaijan had always been supported by the fraternal Turkish state.

The head of the “ Organization of trade and customs” chair, associated professor Arif Shakaraliyev spoke about the geopolitical significance of launching the  Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway and emphasized that  the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway had become the important part of  the Euro-asian transport map. He noted that the project would strengthen the Azerbaijan-Georgia-Turkey trilateral coopertaion and would promote the  implementation of the other regional projects.

The head of the “Marketing” chair, the professor Telman İmanov analyzed the current situation of logistic activity in the Republic of Azerbaijan from the aspect of the establshment of logistics and the objective necessity of logistization of economy.

The event continued with the discussions.

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