Azerbaijan’s Coordination Headquarters, which was established on November 24, 2020, under President Ilham Aliyev’s order, has held its regular meeting to address the socio-economic, humanitarian, organizational, other urgent issues and coordinate activities in the said spheres on territories liberated from the Armenian occupation in a 44-day war in 2020, AzerNews writes.
Opening the meeting, the head of the Azerbaijani presidential administration, Samir Nuriyev, spoke about the president’s relevant instructions and the work carried out in line with the outlined strategic aims.
He said that the dynamic and high-quality implementation of restoration operations, which are of nationwide importance, and the efficient use of the latest standards and technologies in these processes are current main tasks before the country.
Nuriyev stressed the importance of coordinated and consistent phased implementation of work by the relevant structures on the basis of the presidential instructions.
Participants in the meeting reviewed the work schedule of the ministries and government agencies based on the Strategic Activity Plan and the Action Plan drawn up by the Coordination Headquarters.
The centre that operates under the headquarters, which has working groups functioning in 17 areas, employs about 150 people and manages 55 structures. Experts in various fields are also involved in the work of the centre. The issues raised at the meeting were comprehensively discussed and necessary instructions were given.