Conference Moscow-Baku Axis kicks off in Moscow
Today, the conference ‘Moscow-Baku Axis: Towards a New Caucasus Geopolitics’ has begun in Moscow. The event is organized by the Center for Geopolitical Expertise and the Izborsk Club.
The participants of the conference set a goal to assess the current state and prospects of the relations between Moscow and Baku. Special attention will be paid to the cooperation of the two countries in strengthening security in the Caucasus.
The event will be attended by politicians (deputies of the State Duma of Russia, Majlis of Azerbaijan, as well as other major political and public figures), representatives of science and experts from the Russian Federation and the AR, diplomats, representatives of the press and all interested in the relations between Russia and Azerbaijan. Among the participants of the conference are Gennady Zyuganov, Sergey Markov, Andrei Klimov, Alexander Prokhanov, Leonid Kalashnikov, Dmitry Saveliev, Mikhail Zabelin, Shamil Sultanov, Polad Bulbuloglu, Ali Huseynli, Rovshan Rzayev.
The conference participants will discuss the role of Azerbaijan in the modern international policy, ways of deepening the relations between Moscow and Baku and cooperation in resolving the disputed problems of the region. Particular attention will be paid to the political settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
Also on the agenda of discussion there are topics of cultural interaction, importance of the Azerbaijani diaspora in the consolidation of the two countries, establishment of educational exchanges and dialogue between intellectual patriotic elites of Russia and Azerbaijan.