BAKU, Azerbaijan: A group of intelligent and educated young people has established the “Centre for International Relations and Diplomatic Studies” in Azerbaijan, the Eurasia Diary reported.
Initially, five individuals have been appointed as the Centre’s Members with Samir Humbatov as the Head.
Teymur Gasimli has been appointed as the First Deputy Chairman, and Turan Rzayev, Kenan Novruzov & Elnur Enveroglu as Political Experts.
Talking to EDNews, Samir Humbatov, who is a Master of International Relations at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow, said, “I announced the establishment of the Centre for International Relations and Diplomatic Studies with a group of valuable, intellectual, educated and professional young people.”
“Today, I am very pleased to take a step towards the formation of the centre and present to you both the members of the centre and its logo,” he said.
Samir Humbatov said that five-member Staff has been announced in the initial state, and later those whose names are mentioned or not will be appointed to relevant positions according to their work and abilities.
The Head of the Centre said that our first meeting will be held soon and both structural and priority directions will be determined in accordance with the Charter.