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Azerbaijan–Switzerland relations

Azerbaijani–Swiss relations
Map indicating locations of Azerbaijan and Switzerland



Azerbaijani–Swiss relations are foreign relations between Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).


  • Economic cooperation 1
  • European Union 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Economic cooperation

In November 1998, delegates of the two countries met and agreed to improve and expand their economic relations and the Swiss Government agreed to give a $US 50 million credit to Azerbaijan.[1]

Switzerland considers Azerbaijan an important country for economic development cooperation according to the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs[2] The Azeri president has stressed the importance of the ties between the two nations.[3] An intergovernmental agreement on trade and economic cooperation was signed in Baku in October 2000.[4]

The Swiss Foreign Affairs minister visited the Azeri President in February 2006, where the two stressed the importance of their relationship.[5] During this visit, the focus was primarily on economic cooperation, however, the minister raised the issue of Azerbaijan's conflict with Armenia[6] This was followed by a visit by the Swiss Energy Minister in October 2007, after which an energy agreement was signed.[7]

Further emphasis was placed on the relationship and further development made in a visit by the Swiss foreign affairs minister to Baku in May 2009,[8] where his Azeri counterpart said his country placed "great importance to boosting cooperation with Switzerland" and expressed hopes of deepening the existing bilateral ties.[9]

European Union

Switzerland has had a role in developing relations between Azerbaijan and the

  • Swiss embassy in Baku
  • Azerbaijani embassy in Bern

External links

  1. ^ < "Swiss envoy, Azeri officials agree to expand economic relations".  
  2. ^ State Secretariat for Economic Affairs SECO, Economic Cooperation and Development. Azerbaijan
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  4. ^ "Azerbaijan, Switzerland sign economic cooperation agreement". 2000-10-30. Retrieved 2013-07-03. 
  5. ^ "Azeri president, Swiss foreign minister discuss ties".  
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