A special presentation of the film "Treasures of the World - Azerbaijan" took place in London.

According to APA's British bureau, the film "Treasures of the World - Azerbaijan" was shown at BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts - ed.) on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of Azerbaijan-British diplomatic relations.

The film was produced by Sandstone Global Productions of Great Britain with the support of Baku Media Center in partnership with the Heydar Aliyev Foundation and BP.

The event was attended by the Ambassador of Azerbaijan to Great Britain Elin Suleymanov, Trade Envoy of the Prime Minister of Great Britain Baroness Emma Nicholson, Member of the House of Lords Lord David Evans, Ambassadors of Pakistan, Kazakhstan and Georgia in London, members of the Azerbaijani community in Great Britain.

Speaking at the event, the Ambassador of Azerbaijan to Britain, Elin Suleymanov, thanked the Azerbaijani community and appreciated the work done in recent years.

He emphasized that relations between Azerbaijan and Britain are developing at a high level.

The ambassador also spoke about the role played by national leader Heydar Aliyev in the development of Azerbaijan and in making our country an example for all countries.

It should be noted that the film made by Bethany Hughes, a historian, writer and author and presenter of "Treasures of the World", was broadcast in many international media outlets and televisions, including "BBC World News".

Presenting the wonderful and mysterious history and cultural treasures of Baku, Shusha, Gobustan and Shaki, the film is aimed at promoting Azerbaijan's rich cultural heritage on an international scale.