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Saturday, December 28, 2019

Ambassador Hasanov introduced to the Saarland

Ambassador Hasanov and Premier Hans – Picture by Embassy of Azerbaijan to Germany.

Tuesday, 28 January 2020, The Saarland: Premier Tobias Hans received the Ambassador of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Ramin Hasanov, for an inaugural visit to the State Chancellery.

After the official photo session and the entry in the guest book of the Saarland, the head of the Saarland government and his Azerbaijani guest held a discussion on current political and economic topics. Prior to this, Ambassador Ramin Hasanov visited the German Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI). Afterwards he attended a business lunch at the invitation of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce. Afterwards he paid a visit to the Historical Museum Saar and took a look at the current exhibition “The 1920s”.

After studying at the Faculty of International Relations and International Law at the University of Baku, Ramin Hasanov began his diplomatic career in 1999 as an attaché in his country’s Foreign Ministry. This was followed by posts at the Azerbaijani embassies in Germany and Switzerland. Before his appointment as his country’s ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany, Ramin Hasanov was head of the Department of International Law and Treaties in the Foreign Ministry in Baku until 2016.

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