Azerbaijan and the EU are working in all the spheres to expand the partnership, Malena Mard, head of the EU delegation to Azerbaijan, told Trend June 7.
“The EU’s representatives are expected to visit Azerbaijan in connection with the energy projects in autumn 2016,” she said. “Moreover, a political level visit will be paid in the coming months.”
Mard said the Azerbaijan-EU consultations on a new strategic agreement are still ongoing.
“The new agreement will basically cover all the areas of cooperation, so the consultations are taking much time,” said Mard.
The Azerbaijan-EU trade turnover has reached $2 billion since early 2016.