Azerbaijan Scandinavian Cooperation Public Union was established on October 20, 2006 and was registered on November 21, 2006 in the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

 

The main purpose of the Association is to establish friendly relations between the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Scandinavian countries, to promote the development of cultural, scientific, educational relations and exchange of information between the peoples of Azerbaijan and Scandinavia.

 

In order to achieve these goals, the Union carries out the following tasks:

 

To promote the culture and history of Azerbaijan in the Scandinavian countries, to assist in researching and promoting the history, philanthropy, national and spiritual wealth of these nations;
Assisting our compatriots living in Scandinavian countries to form as an associated diaspora;
To organize mutual exchange of experience and expertise between Azerbaijan and Scandinavian countries, to assist and coordinate work with Azerbaijani graduates in Scandinavian countries;
Carrying out activities in the field of experience exchange in the countries of Scandinavian countries in the field of social, economic, agricultural, industrial and other spheres;
Establish links and co-operation between organizations in Azerbaijan and Scandinavia, medium and small entrepreneurs, as well as non-governmental organizations and other functions
 

The Union has been involved in many projects during the period of its existence, and has been active in developing relations with Scandinavian countries. The Nobel Heritage Foundation, in conjunction with the Nobel family, organized an invitation to Baku to organize the Nobel Homes in Baku.

In addition economic, social, agricultural, cultural, educational and other spheres between Azerbaijan and Scandinavian countries. In order to develop mutually beneficial relationships, contacts were established with entrepreneurs, companies, NGOs and representatives of state bodies from Sweden, Norway and Finland. Their representatives visited Azerbaijan.