“One nation, two states!” will hold a video conference on philosophy, AzerTac news announces today. The event will he held on May 17.

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On the 103rd anniversary of our state independence in Ankara, on the occasion of the Azerbaijani-Turkish relations and the 98th anniversary of the birth of national leader Heydar Aliyev, “One nation, two states!” will hold a video conference on philosophy.

Azerbaijani Ambassador to Ankara Khazar Ibrahim, Chairman of the State Committee for Work with the Diaspora Fuad Muradov, Turkish Ambassador to Baku Cahit Bagci and Turkish Ambassador to Turkey Khazar Ibrahim, member of the Security and Foreign Policy Council under the President of Turkey, Chairman of the Turkish-Azerbaijani Friendship, Cooperation and Solidarity Foundation, Professor Aygun Attar. Abdullah Eren, Chief of the General Directorate of Turks and Related Communities Living Abroad, will deliver speeches.

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