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NATO is negotiating with Azerbaijan2013-02-05 13:25
North Atlantic Treaty Organization is negotiating with Azerbaijan on the use of the country's territory for the withdrawal of NATO troops from Afghanistan. According to the Rosbalt, this was announced by the NATO Liaison Officer for the South Caucasus William Lahue.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The statement was made within William Lahue's report "Security challenges in the Caspian region" at the winter session of NATO International School in Azerbaijan.
According to him, the cooperation between Azerbaijan and NATO has successfully continued, including in the framework of IPAP, an agreement on the next stage of which was signed in 2011, the 1news.az reported.
"Azerbaijan and NATO have established good and productive relations. The negotiations on the withdrawal of peacekeeping contingent from Afghanistan and flights are being continued within these relations and Azerbaijan is of great importance in this sphere. The withdrawal of peacekeeping contingent including Azerbaijani peacekeepers is under discussion. Post-2014 action plan and its implementation are being discussed. Of course, Azerbaijan is a part of this process, because Azerbaijan is potentially the most suitable country in terms of its geographical position for the withdrawal of the contingent. Thus, Azerbaijan can play an important role in returning of the peacekeeping forces from Afghanistan to Europe", William Lahue said.