Ali Hasanov’s book ‘Geopolitics’ in Georgian presented in Tbilisi

Tbilisi-based Caucasus International University hosted the presentation ceremony of the book “Geopolitics” by Ali Hasanov, Azerbaijani president’s aide for public and political affairs, head of the public and political affairs department at the Azerbaijani presidential administration, Doctor of historical sciences.

The book was published in the Georgian language.

Professors and teachers, Georgian and Azerbaijani students of Caucasus International University, heads of NGOs and journalists attended the presentation ceremony.

Delivering a keynote speech, rector of the university Kakhaber Kordzaia spoke about the political importance of the book.

He said the translation of the book into Georgian is a great present to the students and teachers of the university, noting that this book will contribute to the expansion of relations between Azerbaijan and Georgia.

In their speeches at the event, head of the Azerbaijani Association of Women Journalists and project coordinator Sevil Yusifova, Caucasus International University professors Alexander Rusetsky and Tamar Kikladze, chairman of the National Congress of Georgian Azerbaijanis Ali Babayev and others praised the book’s publication in Georgian, stressing that the book is an important lesson for the university’s students and teachers.

Professor Alexander Rusetsky said the research in the book titled “Geopolitics” is politically worthwhile.

“In the presentation of this book we saw a Caucasian cooperation. We need to work harder. Ali Hasanov’s remarks on aggression and terrorism and his stance in regard to these processes are of regional importance,” he said.

The scientific editor of the book titled “Geopolitics” published in Tbilisi and the author of the foreword is professor Guram Markhulia. The book consists of five chapters.

SOURCE:AZERI-PRESS NEWS AGENCY

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