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Azerbaijan Approves Passport-Free Travel, Joint Media Platform with Turkey

At the first meeting of the spring session of the Azerbaijan ‘i Parliament on February 1st, lawmakers discussed a memorandum of understanding that would cover their strategic cooperation in media and travel requirements between the two countries.

Azerbaijan Approves Passport-Free Travel, Joint Media Platform with Turkey
Azerbaijan Approves Passport-Free Travel, Joint Media Platform with Turkey

A protocol on amendments to an agreement signed in Baku on Feb. 25, 2020, on mutual visa exemption between Azerbaijan and Turkey was reviewed and the document was adopted into parliament. 

However, the amendment noted that those entering Azerbaijan and Turkey from third countries will still be required to show their passports on entry.

The parliamentarians also voted on and adopted a document expanding relations in the field of media, noting the agreement will make a great contribution to ties between the two countries in the field.

The MPs noted the importance of the memorandum, stressing that the approval of the document will make a great contribution to the expansion of relations in the field of media between the two brotherly countries.

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