Azerbaijani and Moldovanian constitutional courts sign memo of cooperation

Constitutional Courts of Azerbaijan and Moldova on Wednesday signed a memorandum of cooperation.

The document was signed during Moldova’s constitutional court head’s visit to Azerbaijan. The memorandum was signed by chairmen of Azerbaijani and Moldovanian constitutional courts Farhad Abdullayev and Dumitru Pulbere.

Relations between the Constitutional Courts of Azerbaijan and Moldova are developing in parallel. Our participation in international organizations will promote the development of relations between the countries, Abdullayev said. “After signing of a memorandum, relations between Azerbaijan and Moldova in the legal field will become even closer,” he said.

Exchange of practice and consultations with Azerbaijani colleagues is valuable for Moldovanian constitutional court, Pulbere said. “We hope that the ties between constitutional courts of our countries, will be developed and strengthened,” he said.

A memorandum of intentions on cooperation was signed in February 2009 within participation of head of Azerbaijani constitutional court in celebration of the 15-th anniversary of Moldovanian constitutional court. Similar documents were signed by Azerbaijan with Turkey and Belarus.

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