Azerbaijan has made its mark at the Tea Festival held at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris for the third consecutive year.

According to Report, the country’s participation was organized with the support of the French-Azerbaijani Dialogue Association and the Togrul Narimanbayov Association.

The Azerbaijani stand featured a wide array of tea products and accessories, along with informative booklets highlighting the nation’s traditional costumes, art, and the ancient game of Chovgan, a traditional horseback game inscribed on the UNESCO List of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding in 2013.

Diplomats, journalists, and visitors from various countries were drawn to the Azerbaijani stand, immersing themselves in the rich tea culture. The event was further enlivened by performances of Azerbaijani national dances by Dilbar Najafova and Darya Kaskin, and the melodious tunes of Azerbaijani flutist Agharahim Guliyev.

Guests were also treated to a delightful selection of Azerbaijani cuisine, offering a taste of the country’s culinary delights.

The UNESCO Tea Festival this year featured 16 countries, including Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, China, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Japan, Mongolia, France, and Morocco.