Pakistan, Turkey, and Azerbaijan sign Baku Declaration, agree to enhance ties and cooperation

The declaration was signed in the National Assembly of Azerbaijan in Baku.

Pakistani, Turkish, and Azerbaijani parliament speakers at the Azerbaijani National Assembly in Baku, Azerbaijan.

The Pakistani, Turkish, and Azerbaijani parliament speakers acknowledged the Baku Declaration in a ceremony held at the Azerbaijani National Assembly on Tuesday.

The Pakistani Speaker of the National Assembly, Asad Qaiser, and his Turkish and Azerbaijani counterparts, Mustafa Şentop and Sahiba Gafarova, signed the declaration following a trilateral meeting.

The joint declaration emphasized broader cooperation between the three Islamic countries based on mutual respect, confidence, and cultural and historical relations.

The declaration also affirmed the three Islamic countries’ roles in bringing peace, stability, and development to their regions.

Addressing the Azerbaijani National Assembly, the Pakistani Parliament Speaker, Asad Qaiser, congratulated the people of Azerbaijan for their victory in Nagorno-Karabakh.

Qaiser expressed his pleasure in the trilateral cooperation between the Islamic countries.

The Pakistani Parliament Speaker also expressed his confidence that India will end its illegal occupation of the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK), similar to Armenia’s retreat from the occupation of the majority of Nagorno-Karabakh.

Meanwhile, the Turkish Parliament Speaker, Mustafa Şentop, addressed the Azerbaijani National Assembly and expressed that Turkey is proud of its relations with Pakistan and Azerbaijan, especially in times of crisis.


Şentop also congratulated the people of Azerbaijan for their victory in Nagorno-Karabakh.

The Turkish Parliament Speaker also urged the three countries’ parliaments to prepare the institutional grounds to reflect the purpose of the Baku Declaration.

Pakistani delegation meets Azerbaijani president.

The Pakistani delegation, lead by the Pakistani Parliament Speaker, Asad Qaiser, met the Azerbaijani President, Ilham Aliyev, on Tuesday.

The Pakistani side highlighted the need to expand cooperation in diverse fields further.
It also proposed to create a Joint Working Group between the Commerce Ministries of both the countries to boost bilateral trade.

Qaiser thanked the Azerbaijani President for his support on the issue of IIOJK and invited him to Pakistan and address the National Assembly of Pakistan.

Next trilateral meeting to be held in Pakistan

During a conference held in the Azerbaijani city of Ganja, Turkish Parliament Speaker Mustafa Şentop revealed that the next meeting between the three fraternal countries would be held in Islamabad in 2022.

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  • Pakistan ko Turkey k saath apne maamlaat set karne k liay kuj muhtaat rehna chahiay. Turkey sirf aur sirf apni country k bare mein sochta hai jaha uss ka mufaad sab se pehle aur sab se ziada ho. Tukey ke b example Haathi k teeth ke terha hai, so ihtiyaat kijiay.

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