Georgian Parliamentary delegation ends Azerbaijan visit

Georgia's Parliament Speaker assessed the visit as 'productive'., 09 Jul 2014 - 09:03, Tbilisi,Georgia

A Georgian Parliamentary delegation has ended an official visit to Azerbaijan.

The official visit, led by Parliament Speaker David Usupashvili, ended last night. Usupashvili assessed his time abroad and said the visit was "productive”.

"In the scope of the visit we agreed on many issues including enhancing the two countries relations after Georgia signed the Association Agreement (AA),” Usupashvili said.

He said relations between Georgia and Azerbaijan would deepen since the AA was profitable for both countries.

"Azerbaijan has its own way, its own sight, it does not enter any similar union but it does have a will to intensify relations with Georgia,” Usupashvili said.

After taking part in official meetings, the second day of the visit was allocated to cultural events. Usupashvili and other members of the delegation visited various sites in Baku and left their remark in visitors’ books.

After visiting the old town and Meidani Tower, the Georgian delegation went to the Heydar Aliyev Center.

The Georgian delegation has already returned to Georgia.