Baku. 1 October. REPORT.AZ/ United Nations Development Program (UNDP) head Helen Clark arrived in Azerbaijan.
Report informs referring to the website of UNDP, the main purpose of the visit is to support sustainable development of Azerbaijan by UNDP and to familiarize with the positive dynamics of development in the socio-economic sphere.
Ms. Clark plans to participate in the fourth annual Baku International Humanitarian Forum. She will also meet with high-level government officials, women politicians, the UN Country Team, and accredited diplomatic missions in the country. The UNDP Administrator will visit UNDP projects in Azerbaijan and give a lecture on post-2015 Development Agenda and Global Sustainable Development Goals at ADA University. The visit will end on October 4.
The last visit of UNDP head to Azerbaijan took place in 1996.
Prior to her visit to Azerbaijan, H. Clark also visited Armenia.