By Shavkat Mirziyoyev, President of the Republic of Uzbekistan – AZERTAC

His Excellency Mr. Ilham Aliyev, President of the Republic of Azerbaijan

Dear Ilham Heydar oglu,

It is with great pleasure that I send you my sincere congratulations and best wishes on your 60th birthday.

During the past period, you have gained worthy respect as a true ruler and statesman enjoying great authority and reputation on the international stage, as a person who has made an invaluable contribution. to the development of your country and the well-being of its people.

Today, under your leadership, large-scale socio-economic reforms and creative work are indeed being carried out in Azerbaijan.

The “Supreme Order of the Turkish World”, awarded to you at the Turkish Council Summit in Istanbul last November, is a keen recognition of the large-scale activities you have carried out to ensure the unity of our fellowship. peoples and establish stability in the region.

We are particularly pleased that the ties of strategic partnership in the political, commercial, economic, transport, agricultural, cultural and humanitarian fields have actively developed in recent years on the basis of the historical, religious and cultural unity of our peoples, and in the spirit of mutual trust and respect.

Talks at the highest and highest levels take on a regular character. In particular, the fruitful dialogues and meetings held in November this year will undoubtedly serve to deepen the strategic partnership between Uzbekistan and Azerbaijan and also help to further expand the scale of multifaceted cooperation.

Taking this opportunity, dear Ilham Heydar oglu, I would like once again to congratulate you on this unforgettable day of your life and wish you long years of life, the best of health and family happiness, as well as further success in your responsible state activities. . Allow me also to wish the brotherly people of Azerbaijan peace, prosperity and further progress.

Truly,

Shavkat Mirziyoyev

President of the Republic of Uzbekistan

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