Azerbaijan and Georgian Golf Federations Establish Collaborative Partnership!

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5 April 2024 22:34
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Azerbaijan and Georgian Golf Federations Establish Collaborative Partnership!

The Azerbaijan Golf Federation (AGF) and the Georgian Golf Federation proudly announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) aimed at fostering collaboration and advancement within the realm of golf.

Idman.biz reports that the Memorandum was signed by Rauf Khalilov, President of the Azerbaijan Golf Federation, and Zaza Mikadze, President of the Georgian Golf Federation. The MOU solidifies a commitment to explore joint opportunities for the improvement of golfing communities in both nations. The primary objective of this landmark agreement is to strengthen ties between the AGF and GGF, facilitating the exchange of expertise, experiences, and knowledge in various facets of the sport. Additional areas of cooperation may be explored, reflecting the dynamic nature of the partnership and the shared commitment to advancing the sport. Speaking on behalf of the Azerbaijan Golf Federation, President Rauf Khalilov expressed enthusiasm about the prospects of collaboration, stating, "This MOU represents a significant step forward in our efforts to promote golfing excellence and foster camaraderie across borders. We look forward to a fruitful partnership with our counterparts in Georgia".

Likewise, President Zaza Mikadze of the Georgian Golf Federation conveyed optimism, affirming, "By joining forces with the Azerbaijani Golf Federation, we aim to elevate the standards of golfing in our region while nurturing a spirit of cooperation and mutual respect".

The signing ceremony, attended by dignitaries from both federations: Vice President of the Azerbaijan Golf Federation Anar Azimov, Vice President of the Georgian Golf Federation Andro Shilakadze, General Secretary of the Azerbaijan Golf Federation Leyla Abbasova, and General Secretary of the Georgian Golf Federation Misha Dzadzamia, marks the beginning of a promising chapter in the development of golfing communities in Azerbaijan and Georgia.

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