Mutual cooperation to pave the way for wide application of innovations in the medical sphere
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On May 3, chairman of the State Customs Committee of the Republic of Azerbaijan, customs service Lieutenant-General Safar Mehdiyev met with executive director of Group Florence Nightingale Hospitals Sinan Nazif Aran and rector of Demiroglu Bilim University Chavlan Chiftchi.

Welcoming the guests, chairman of the State Customs Committee Safar Mehdiyev said the strategic partnership between the two fraternal countries based on historical roots was developing.

Noting that fundamental reforms had been carried out in all spheres over the recent years, the activities had given an impetus to the strengthening of our state's position on the international stage, strengthening of the economic potential of the region, chairman of the State Customs Committee underlined that those reforms had paved the way for improving the quality of the medical services provided to the people.

Safar Mehdiyev underlined that President Ilham Aliyev and First Lady Mehriban Aliyeva attached special importance to ensuring high-quality medical service, said construction of new hospitals and training of specialists in Azerbaijan were the steps taken in this direction. Noting that the Central Customs Hospital provided with the cutting-edge equipment was also contributing to the country's healthcare system, chairman of the Committee expressed confidence that the cooperation among the Central Customs Hospital, Group Florence Nightingale Hospitals and Demiroglu Bilim University would be effective for the sides.

Executive director of Group Florence Nightingale Hospitals Sinan Nazif Aran and rector of Demiroglu Bilim University Chavlan Chiftchi thanked for warm welcome, praised the conditions created at the Central Customs Hospital, underlined that strengthening of productive cooperation, exchange of experience would pave the way for improvement of the quality of medical services, wide application of innovations in the medical sphere.

It was said that in the initial stage the medical staff would attend qualification courses, in the future medical students would also be involved in these processes.