We had the honor of hosting H.E. Mr. Egils Levits, President of the Republic of Latvia at ADA University, where he delivered remarks about the potential for cooperation between Azerbaijan and Latvia on reforming the United Nations. The Azerbaijani student who studied in Latvia as an exchange student and the Latvian student studying at ADA were among the students who had an opportunity to listen to the President's address.
H.E. Mr. Egils Levits spoke to our students about the prospects of bilateral cooperation between the two countries and cooperation between Azerbaijan and the European Union: "EU is interested in closer relations with Azerbaijan. After the EU stopped importing natural gas from Russia, Azerbaijan became an energy corridor to Europe."
Levits noted that Latvia adheres to the principles of international law and prioritizes territorial integrity: "Latvia's position is to prioritize the territorial integrity of countries, including Azerbaijan. It is the only way to achieve peace, taking into account the principles of international law."
"The Non-Aligned Movement, currently chaired by Azerbaijan, is an important platform. Latvia does not pursue an aggressive policy and does not use double standards. Latvia, like Azerbaijan, is a supporter of multilateralism," the Latvian President said.