Baku. 20 December. REPORT.AZ/ The 11th meeting of the Azerbaijan-Turkey High-Level Military Dialogue has ended its work in Ankara on December 19, Report informs citing the press service of the Defense Ministry.
During the meeting, the current state and prospects of cooperation between Azerbaijan and Turkey in the military, military-technical, military-medical, military-educational and other fields, including the issues of strengthening of friendly relations between the armies of the two countries, were discussed, as well as the main activities for the fulfillment of the forthcoming tasks were identified and action plan for 2019 was agreed.
At the end of the meeting, protocols were signed following the results of the 11th meeting of the Azerbaijan-Turkey High-Level Military Dialogue, as well as "On the education and cooperation in the field of military medicine between the Government of the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Government of the Republic of Turkey".
It should be pointed out that the co-chairmen from the Azerbaijani side is Lieutenant General Kerim Veliyev, Deputy Minister of Defense for Personnel - Chief of Main Department for Personnel, and from the Turkish side – Corps General Metin Gürak, the Second Chief of the General Staff.
The next 12th meeting of the Azerbaijan-Turkey High-Level Military Dialogue in this format is planned to be held in Baku at the end of 2019.