In Baku there are 20 students from Estonia

01. juuli 2008 Note that this program is implemented with the support of the State Committee for Family, Women and Children, Eurasian Lawyers Association, as well as organizing child Q-Klub, functioning on the territory of the Republic of Estonia. The main purpose of that programme is to strengthen cultural and friendly ties between Azerbaijani and Estonian teenagers.

The Estonian delegation arrived in Baku, will be located in Azerbaijan until July 7. 20 Estonian schoolchildren aged 13 to 18 years will be resettled on Azeri families in which there are their peers.

Life in Azerbaijani families will enable them better acquainted with the national traditions of the Azerbaijani people. As leaders of delegations with their three children arrived teacher. During his stay in Azerbaijan visit adolescents away from their peers living in the townships for refugees and internally displaced persons.

I must say that in anticipation of the implementation of the programme arrived in Baku coordinator of the program from Estonia Kersti Kviryut, which met with Azerbaijani coordinator of the Association of Eurasian Lawyers Nadirom Adilovym, with chairman of the State Committee for Family, Women and Children Hidzhran Guseynovoy, as well as the deputy head of the committee Sadagat Gahramanovoy.

During the meeting Kersti Kviryut noted that the State Committee on the Family, women and children creates all conditions for the program worked at a very high level. Over the assistance extended to implement this program, committee chairman Hidzhran Huseynov was awarded a special diploma Estonian government.

Yesterday the same in the State Committee for Family, Women and Children met the Estonian delegation of schoolchildren and their teachers with H. Guseynovoy.

According to enforce the program symbolizes the good relations between Azerbaijan and Estonia. "Relations between our countries began a long time already. Even during the so-called" oil boom "in Baku arrived quite a lot of Estonians who hold various leadership positions in the industrial sector of Azerbaijan.

As for me, my communication with Estonian peers began in distant Soviet times. As another student, I came to work in the so-called Youth Friendship train, with one command with Estonian guys. The train was travelling to Hungary, where we had to develop a cultural dialogue between countries. With Estonian guys we have created a wonderful mix of art and Estonian Azerbaijani people, combining two very different types of folk art of our nations "- H. Huseynova told.

As the head of State Committee, today reiterated the dialogue of civilizations very, very relevant. In Azerbaijan, all conditions to enable people of different cultures, faiths can feel quite comfortable. "As far as I know to communicate with representatives of the Azerbaijani diaspora living in Estonia, in your country everything is exactly the same" - underlined H. Huseynova.

The representative of Azerbaijan-Estonian Chamber of Commerce JanaKrimpe in turn told that the interest to Azerbaijan from the Estonian youth appeared long ago. "Another four years ago we decided to hold a unique competition among Estonian schoolchildren, aimed at identifying the person who knows more about the guys from Azerbaijan. We had a quiz, and she is currently generated excitement among children.

They began to seek the sources from which it could obtain information about your country, doing everything to become winners of the competition. When the winners were identified quizzes and it turned out, who will go to Baku, children who have not got to the finals themselves were willing to pay for their trip to Azerbaijan, which shows the great interest to your country.

Now arrived in Baku and representatives of one of television channels, Estonia, who withdraw a report on Azerbaijan and show it in the news. It is also planned that they would withdraw a documentary about your republic, which show the life of the country as a whole, as well as the lives of individual citizens. I am confident that this will be very interesting to Estonian audience, "- J. Krimpe noted.

At the conclusion of a formal meeting of the State Committee for Family, Women and Children of Azerbaijan Estonian schoolchildren presented souvenirs that will remind them about your stay in our country. Incidentally, in 2009 envisaged that the Azerbaijani delegation has already visited Estonia schoolchildren under the "Uniting diversity."