On November 4, 2019, Khazar University's Department of Life Sciences held the 3rd symposium on World One Health Day. Associate Professor Irada Khalilova, the Rector of Khazar University, delivering her opening statement greeted the participants and informed them about the principles of One Health and its ever-increasing importance in a globalized world. Specialists of various public and private institutions of Azerbaijan, scholars of the scientific institutions made presentations at the symposium. The following reports were delivered by the participants: Rovshan Abbasov, Head of the Department of Geography and Environment at Khazar University, “The Role of the Environment in Health”; Dr. Tural Qulu, “The Advantages of the Compulsory Health Insurance System”; Dr. Siala Rustamova, Director of the Azerbaijan Scientific Research Veterinary Institute, “Measures in Curing Zoonotic Disease”; Dr. Galib Abdulaliyev, Head of the Animal Health Department of the Azerbaijan Food Safety Agency, “Organization of the Fight Against Animal Diseases in the Republic”; Dr. Shalala Huseynova, Azerbaijan Airways Staff member, “Food Hazards and Their Management”; Ceyhun Pashayev, Director of State Nature Reserve of the Baku and Absheron Peninsula of the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources, “The Role of Special Protected Areas in Human Health”; Dr. Safada Taghiyeva, Employee of the Microbiology Biotechnology Laboratory of ANAS Institute of Microbiology, “The Importance of the
Use of New Bacteriocins in the Fight Against Plant Bacteria in the Agricultural Sector of Azerbaijan”. The event was also attended by teachers from the Department of Life Sciences at Khazar University – Dr. Asaf Omarov and Dr. Javid Ojagi, teacher of the Sabah Group of Baku State University Mehdi Ali, employee of the Republican Sanitary and Quarantine Inspectorate, Gulnara Guliyeva, Specialist of the Equestrian Federation of the Republic of Azerbaijan Dr. Kamran Kerimli, Employee of the VITTA Scientific-Technical Company Alexandra Zakiyeva, and PhD and volunteer students.