The international research project “SORG4NOBAL: Introduction of climate-resilient sorghum for the mitigation of eutrophication and pesticide pollution in the Baltic Sea region", developed by researchers of the Department of Life Sciences Assoc. Prof. Javid Ojagi, Assoc. Prof. Saida Sharifova and PhD in Biology Mahammad Eldarov together with the Swedish Institute of Agricultural Sciences in 2023, was declared the winner by the Swedish University and a decision was made to finance it. The first joint meeting on the implementation of the project work was held on September 5-7, 2023 at the Swedish Institute of Agricultural Sciences in Malmo, Sweden. Javid Ojagi and Saida Sharifova attended the meeting, gave information on the project's commitments by Azerbaijan, Khazar University and held discussions.
In the three-day meetings, the participants of the project were experts from Sweden, Estonia, Latvia and Ukraine, as well as well-known scientists from Sweden, Denmark and the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the experiences of different countries were heard, future plans and issues of joint new project development were discussed.
It was decided to hold one of the next meetings on the project at Khazar University.