Online meeting was held between leadership of AmCham Azerbaijan and the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of Population

On January 8th, online meeting was held between the leadership of the American Chamber of Commerce in Azerbaijan (AmCham Azerbaijan) and the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of Population of the Republic of Azerbaijan on social support for the families of martyrs and war-wounded, as well as potential cooperation in this area.

President of AmCham Azerbaijan, Nuran Kerimov welcomed the participants with an opening speech. He stressed the significance of such events in continuation of a dialogue between the public and private sector. Mr. Kerimov noted that AmCham Azerbaijan, as part of its corporate social responsibility policy, pays special attention to improvement of social security of the families of martyrs and war-wounded. He also said that the member companies of the Chamber have been constantly making contribution in this direction.

Deputy Minister of Labor and Social Protection of Population, Anar Karimov noted that such event has been a beneficial platform for the exchange of views on the cooperation opportunities between government and business representatives. He also briefed the participants on the projects currently being implemented by the Ministry in this direction and the measures taken to improve the social security of the families of martyrs and war-wounded. Mr. Karimov noted that this initiative of AmCham Azerbaijan is highly commendable and the Ministry is ready to continue cooperation with the Chamber.

Chairman of the Board of the State Employment Agency Mustafa Abbasbayli, Chairman of the Board of the DOST Agency Farid Mammadov and other senior officials of the Ministry also made speeches at the meeting. During the meeting, questions and recommendations also were expressed by the representatives of the Chamber. At the end, the parties agreed to hold joint events on providing social support to the families of martyrs and war-wounded, as well as ensuring their employment.

AmCham Azerbaijan is a leading private, non-profit business association supporting and promoting the interests of foreign and local businesses in Azerbaijan. Established in 1996, the Chamber is composed of over 260 member companies active in every sector of the Azerbaijani economy. AmCham Azerbaijan represents nearly 80% of all foreign investment, as well as a significant portion of local investment, in Azerbaijan.

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