An Israeli delegation headed by the Director General of the International Association Israel-Azerbaijan 'AzIz', Lev Spivak, which arrived in Azerbaijan last Sunday, has visited Baku, Ganja and Goygol.
According to tradition, the visit to Azerbaijan started in Baku, where a representative of the 'Aziz' association in the country, Vahid Bayramov, first showed the Israeli guests the Heydar Aliyev Center. They were amazed not only by the architecture and interior design, but also the aesthetics of the exposures.
A representative of the Union of Professional Artists of Israel, Professor of Art History Galina Podolskaya, also gave a high professional assessment.
The next day, the delegation went to Goygol, where it was met by the Deputy Mayor Kamalya Ibrahimova. The tour ended in the city park near the Palace of Youth, which has attracted the attention of journalists of Israeli State Radio 'Reshet Bet', Nativ Robinson and Irit Suki, from a distance.
After lunch, the Israeli delegation left for the second-largest city of Azerbaijan, Ganja, which is the birthplace of the great Nizami. After viewing his mausoleum the guests visited the mausoleum of the last khan of the Ganja Khanate, Javad Khan, the Museum of the poet Mehseti Ganjavi and other significant places, and they also met with the deputy mayor of the city, Nagif Gamzaev.
The first deputy mayor of Afula, Michael Barkan, the first deputy mayor of Acre, Zeev Neuman, the Mayor of Tirat Carmel, Arie Tal, and the head of Sholumi center Shaul Siman-Tov, are among the participants of the delegation. They will visit Gabala, Sheki and Mingechevir. The delegation will take part in the ceremony of signing a twinning agreement between Afula and Mingachevir.
The visit is organized by the International Association Israel-Azerbaijan 'AzIz' on the initiative of the Heydar Aliyev Foundation and supported by the Office of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Embassy of Israel in Azerbaijan.