Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev received the credentials of Marek Calka, the newly-appointed Polish ambassador, AzerTag state news agency reported.
The ambassador reviewed the guard of honor. Calka handed his credentials to President Aliyev.
President Aliyev then had a conversation with the ambassador.
The head of state said the relations between the two countries and people have ancient history. He noted the successful development of the bilateral relations in various fields.
President Aliyev recalled his meetings with Polish President Bronisław Komorowski in Baku and at international events, and stressed the importance of high level meetings in terms of the strengthening of the relations.
The head of state said there were good opportunities for cooperation in various areas, including in the political, economic, energy and humanitarian fields, as well as within the international organizations and EU.
The president also stressed the importance of more active participation of Polish companies in Azerbaijan and Azerbaijani companies in Poland in joint projects.
Calka said he has visited Azerbaijan several times as part of various delegations.
He further noted that he would spare no effort to further expand the relations between the two countries in various fields during his diplomatic tenure in Baku.
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