Bulgaria as a Reliable Strategic Partner of Azerbaijan in Europe: Political, Economic, Cultural and Scientific Relations between Two Countries
The content of the strategic partnership relations between Azerbaijan and Bulgaria and the political, economic, cultural and scientific activities and suggestions for further cooperation are analyzed in the article. Based on the studies, as a member of the European Union, Bulgaria`s friendly relations with Azerbaijan, as well as joint participation in many projects in which Azerbaijan is one of the key partners of the Southern Gas Corridor, have involved in research. The convergence among different areas has played a major role in strengthening the positions of both countries and has identified directions for future joint cooperation.
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