An ancient country in western Asia, by the twentieth century divided among the former USSR, Turkey, and Iran. It was attacked at various times from before the 7th century B.C. to 69 B.C. by Assyrians, Medes, Persians, the Greeks under Alexander, and the Romans. It changed hands frequently in wars between Neo-Persian and Roman Empires from the 3d to 7th centuries and later under Arabs, Seljuks, Byzantines, and Mongols. In the 19th century Armenian nationalism arose but suffered during Russo-Turkish hostilities. It became part of the Soviet Republic in 1921, with part remaining under Turkey. (Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988)

Primary health care revitalization in Azerbaijan. (1/24)

Of Azerbaijan's 7,564,800 inhabitants, 52.2% live in urban and 47.8% in rural areas. With the transition to market-oriented economy, health problems have worsened. Expenditures for health care fell from 2.9% of GDP in 1990 to 1.2% in 1997. In case of illness, 37% of population prefer self-treatment, and 68% of treatment refusals are due to the inability of patients to pay for the treatment. Maternal mortality rate increased from 10.5 deaths per 100,000 live births in 1991 to 52 deaths per 100,000 live births in 1996. However, diphteria has been reduced to sporadic cases, whereas polio has not been reported since 1996. A pilot reform of primary health care was initiated in one of the districts, and soon expanded to four more districts. The aims were the improvement of health management, rationalization/optimization through development of traditional services, organization of preventative activities, rational use of drugs, institution of sustainable financial mechanisms through affordable fees for services, drug sales within health facilities with corresponding management and the accounting systems for the revenues, development of the exemption system, and community participation in district health. Increased patient attendance to health facilities, improved access to the vulnerable population health services, empowered health system management, better quality of care, and reduced overall individual expenditures were observed.  (+info)

Epidemic diphtheria in the 1990s: Azerbaijan. (2/24)

The diphtheria epidemic in the former Soviet Union reached Azerbaijan in 1991, when 66 cases of diphtheria were reported, a number that compared with 4 cases in 1990. From 1990-1996, 2182 cases of diphtheria and 286 diphtheria fatalities (case fatality rate: 13.1%) were reported in Azerbaijan, primarily among persons 5-39 years of age. Almost 45% of cases and 61% of deaths occurred among children 5-14 years of age. The high burden of severe disease among children and young adults suggested a different pattern of preexisting immunity against diphtheria in the Azerbaijani population than was observed in the concurrent diphtheria epidemic in Russia. Because resources were limited in Azerbaijan, mass immunization of the population was carried out in stages, focusing initially on school-aged children. Mass immunization campaigns targeting children were moderately successful in stabilizing the epidemic; mass immunization campaigns targeting both adults and children were eventually needed to fully stop the epidemic.  (+info)

Multidrug-resistant tuberculosis in prison inmates, Azerbaijan. (3/24)

In a tuberculosis (TB) program in the Central Penitentiary Hospital of Azerbaijan, we analyzed 65 isolates of Mycobacterium tuberculosis by IS6110-based restriction fragment-length polymorphism (RFLP) and spoligotyping. From 11 clusters associated with 33 patients, 31 isolates had an IS6110-based banding pattern characteristic of the Beijing genotype of M. tuberculosis. In addition, 15 M. tuberculosis isolates with similar RFLP patterns constituted a single group by spoligotyping, matching the Beijing genotype. Multidrug resistance, always involving isoniazid and rifampin, was seen in 34 (52.3%) of 65 isolates, with 28 belonging to the Beijing genotype.  (+info)

Fast-track surgical referral in a population displaced by war and conflict. (4/24)

After the 1988-1994 conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan, fought over the territory of Nagorno-Karabakh, large numbers of people were resettled in camps in southern Azerbaijan. Healthcare in the camps was generally good but there was no access to hospitals. The Leonard Cheshire Centre of Conflict Recovery (LCC) organized a 'fast-track' system of surgical care in the southern camps by securing the help of still-functioning hospitals in the distant capital, Baku. Regular clinics were held in the camps for visiting specialists; and, by arrangement with the Government of Azerbaijan and various non-governmental organizations, treatment was offered to those who fell within strict selection criteria. After a pilot study yielded clear benefits, the scheme was transferred to a local non-governmental organization, which successfully operated an expanded version. The hidden cost of war often includes the neglect of chronic medical conditions that require secondary and tertiary care. The 'fast-track' system illustrates the potential of existing facilities to meet these needs at modest cost, given sufficient support.  (+info)

Prevalence of anemia among displaced and nondisplaced mothers and children--Azerbaijan, 2001. (5/24)

In the early 1990s, the war between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the Azeri region of Nagorno-Karabakh resulted in approximately 600,000 internally displaced persons and 200,000 refugees in Azerbaijan. After years of displacement and despite sustained humanitarian assistance, these internally displaced persons and refugees (IDP/Rs) are still coping with unfavorable living conditions and limited employment opportunities. Results of a 1996 CDC survey in Azerbaijan revealed high rates of malnutrition and anemia among both the IDP/R and resident populations and prompted further study of the nutritional status of these populations. This report summarizes results of a 2001 survey of IDP/R and non-IDP/R mothers and children with anemia in Azerbaijan. Findings indicated that more than one third of mothers and children were anemic, with no significant difference in the overall prevalence between IDP/R and non-IDP/R populations; however, among the IDP/R population, anemia was associated with various socioeconomic factors such as education, socioeconomic status (SES), and area of residence. Future studies should focus on identifying causes for the high rates of anemia in Azerbaijan and developing effective interventions such as iron supplementation and behavior modification.  (+info)

Genetic diversity of Plasmodium vivax isolates from Azerbaijan. (6/24)

BACKGROUND: Plasmodium vivax, although causing a less serious disease than Plasmodium falciparum, is the most widespread of the four human malarial species. Further to the recent recrudescence of P. vivax cases in the Newly Independent States (NIS) of central Asia, a survey on the genetic diversity and dissemination in Azerbaijan was undertaken. Azerbaijan is at the crossroads of Asia and, as such, could see a rise in the number of cases, although an effective malaria control programme has been established in the country. METHODS: Thirty-six P. vivax isolates from Central Azerbaijan were characterized by analysing the genetic polymorphism of the circumsporozoite protein (CSP) and the merozoite surface protein 1 (MSP-1) genes, using PCR amplifications and amplicons sequencing. RESULTS: Analysis of CSP sequences showed that all the processed isolates belong to the VK 210 type, with variations in the alternation of alanine residue (A) or aspartic acid residue (D) in the repeat motif GDRA(A/D)GQPA along the sequence. As far as MSP-1 genotyping is concerned, it was found that the majority of isolates analysed belong to Belem and Sal I types. Five recombinant isolates were also identified. Combined analysis with the two genetic markers allowed the identification of 19 plasmodial sub-types. CONCLUSION: The results obtained in the present study indicate that there are several P. vivax clones circulating in Azerbaijan and, consequently, a careful malaria surveillance could be of paramount importance to identify, at early stage, the occurrence of possible P. vivax malaria outbreaks.  (+info)

Evolutionary toxicology: population-level effects of chronic contaminant exposure on the marsh frogs (Rana ridibunda) of Azerbaijan. (7/24)

We used molecular methods and population genetic analyses to study the effects of chronic contaminant exposure in marsh frogs from Sumgayit, Azerbaijan. Marsh frogs inhabiting wetlands in Sumgayit are exposed to complex mixtures of chemical contaminants, including petroleum products, pesticides, heavy metals, and many other industrial chemicals. Previous results documented elevated estimates of genetic damage in marsh frogs from the two most heavily contaminated sites. Based on mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) control region sequence data, the Sumgayit region has reduced levels of genetic diversity, likely due to environmental degradation. The Sumgayit region also acts as an ecological sink, with levels of gene flow into the region exceeding gene flow out of the region. Additionally, localized mtDNA heteroplasmy and diversity patterns suggest that one of the most severely contaminated sites in Sumgayit is acting as a source of new mutations resulting from an increased mutation rate. This study provides an integrated method for assessing the cumulative population impacts of chronic contaminant exposure by studying both population genetic and evolutionary effects.  (+info)

The 2000 canine distemper epidemic in Caspian seals (Phoca caspica): pathology and analysis of contributory factors. (8/24)

More than 10,000 Caspian seals (Phoca caspica) were reported dead in the Caspian Sea during spring and summer 2000. We performed necropsies and extensive laboratory analyses on 18 seals, as well as examination of the pattern of strandings and variation in weather in recent years, to identify the cause of mortality and potential contributory factors. The monthly stranding rate in 2000 was up to 2.8 times the historic mean. It was preceded by an unusually mild winter, as observed before in mass mortality events of pinnipeds. The primary diagnosis in 11 of 13 seals was canine distemper, characterized by broncho-interstitial pneumonia, lymphocytic necrosis and depletion in lymphoid organs, and the presence of typical intracytoplasmic inclusion bodies in multiple epithelia. Canine distemper virus infection was confirmed by phylogenetic analysis of reverse transcriptase-polymerase chain reaction products. Organochlorine and zinc concentrations in tissues of seals with canine distemper were comparable to those of Caspian seals in previous years. Concurrent bacterial infections that may have contributed to the mortality of the seals included Bordetella bronchiseptica (4/8 seals), Streptococcus phocae (3/8), Salmonella dublin (1/8), and S. choleraesuis (1/8). A newly identified bacterium, Corynebacterium caspium, was associated with balanoposthitis in one seal. Several infectious and parasitic organisms, including poxvirus, Atopobacter phocae, Eimeria- and Sarcocystis-like organisms, and Halarachne sp. were identified in Caspian seals for the first time.  (+info)

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Azerbaijan - a nation with a majority-Turkic and majority-Shia Muslim population - was briefly independent (from 1918 to 1920) following the collapse of the Russian Empire; it was subsequently incorporated into the Soviet Union for seven decades. Azerbaijan has yet to resolve its conflict with Armenia over Nagorno-Karabakh, a primarily ethnic Armenian-populated region that Moscow recognized in 1923 as an autonomous republic within Soviet Azerbaijan after Armenia and Azerbaijan disputed the territorys status. Armenia and Azerbaijan reignited their dispute over the area in 1988; the struggle escalated militarily after both countries attained independence from the Soviet Union in 1991. By May 1994, when a cease-fire took hold, ethnic Armenian forces held not only Nagorno-Karabakh but also seven surrounding provinces in the territory of Azerbaijan. The OSCE Minsk Group, co-chaired by the US, France, and Russia, is the framework established to mediate a peaceful resolution of the conflict. ...
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Baku, Azerbaijan, Oct. 14 By Gulgiz Muradova - Trend: Pakistani companies are eager to enter Azerbaijans pharmaceutical market.. Pakistani Ambassador to Baku Saeed Khan Mohmand said several pharmaceutical companies currently eye partnership with Azerbaijan.. They plan to create joint venture in the Pirallahi Industrial Zone, which offers tax reliefs, the envoy said in an interview with Trend.. Khan Mohmand further stressed that Pakistans pharma industry is quite huge and owns modern technologies, further mentioning that Azerbaijan can also import surgical goods and medical instruments from Pakistan.. Pakistan has a very vibrant pharma industry, with about 400 pharmaceutical manufacturing units including those operated by 25 multinationals present in the country. The Pakistan Pharmaceutical Industry meets around 70% of the countrys demand of Finished Medicine.. The Pirallahi Industrial Park was created by the order of the President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev in September 2016 and specializes ...
The conviction of Eynulla Fatullayev, the editor of Azerbaijans largest independent newspaper, for criminal libel and insult, underscores deteriorating press freedoms in that country, Human Rights Watch said today. On April 20, Yasamal District Court in Baku convicted Fatullayev, the outspoken editor-in-chief of the independent Realni Azerbaijan and Gundelik Azerbaijan newspapers, for having committed criminal libel and insult. The charges were based on an internet posting that the prosecution attributed to him, which blamed Azerbaijanis for a 1992 massacre in Nagorno-Karabakh. Fatullayev denied writing the posting, but was sentenced to 30 months in prison. The same day, unknown assailants attacked one of Fatullayevs colleagues at Realni Azerbaijan, Uzeyir Jafarov, who sustained serious injuries. Fatullayev is the fifth journalist to be imprisoned in Azerbaijan in the last 10 months. Fatullayevs prosecution was politically motivated, and he should be immediately released from ...
Since ancient times, Azerbaijan has been one of those regions of the world where there is a long history of involvement with oil. A chronology follows of some of the major developments as they occurred in Azerbaijan. 700-600 BC Oil was being extracted for use in everyday life, both for medicinal purposes and for heating and lighting in homes. Fuel oil was known for being transported from Absheron Peninsula (where Baku is located) to Iran, Iraq and India. 10th CENTURY. Wells were already being dug on the Absheron Peninsula. The average depth was about 10-12 meters. As oilmen in the region became more and more skillful, their expertise was sought after in other regions outside Azerbaijan. Two men, YusifAmirbek oglu and Nabi Safi oglu, were especially known for their abilities in well digging. 1270-1280. Marco Polo of Venice wrote about oil in Azerbaijan in his memoirs while traveling along the Ancient Silk Route. He mentioned a fountain of oil which discharged such a great quantity of oil that ...
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Education. 2001-2007, Azerbaijan Medical University (AMU), Baku, Azerbaijan. Work experience. 2018, March - 2019, March International Society of Nephrology Fellow, Department of Nephrology, Bezmialem Vakif University, Istanbul, Turkey. 2015 - 2018, March Doctor Nephrologist, Nephrology and Efferent Therapy Center of Educational Therapy Clinic under Azerbaijan Medical University, Baku, Azerbaijan Successfully passed the certification exam of nephrologists 2011-2015 Assistant doctor, Internal Medicine Department of Educational Therapy Clinic under AMU, Baku, Azerbaijan. 2008-2011 Assistant doctor, Sumgait city Hospital No. 2, Sumgait, Azerbaijan. 2007-2008 Internship, Central Railway Hospital, Baku, Azerbaijan. Trainings and Seminars. Participated in several trainings and seminars in the field of ICU, AKI, CKD, RRT and extracorporeal blood purification in Azerbaijan, Russia, Turkey, Kazakhstan, Italy ...
One of the important reasons of emerging of the organized crime is the lack of control or complete absence of control over the public order by the corresponding governmental structures.. Azerbaijan is extremely worried that one of the center of the organized crime in Europe is in our territory, so-called Nagorno-Karabakh republic, which is absolutely uncontrolled not only by Azerbaijan authorities but also by the international institutions responsible for fight against the criminality.. The occupation of 20% of the territory of Azerbaijan by Armenian armed forces not only left 1 million Azerbaijani refugees homeless, not only caused enormous destruction of our cities, villages, graves of our ancestors, in one word destruction of all the infrastructure in the occupied territories by Armenian aggressors, but also created very good conditions for development of organized crime in the territory occupied by Armenia.. 1.The territory of so-called Nagorno-Karabakh republic is used for growing narcotic ...
Pope Francis will visit Azerbaijan and Georgia in the autumn, the Vatican said on 9 April, one day after combatants in Nagorno-Karabakh agreed to cease fighting that has killed dozens in the past week.. Azerbaijans military and Armenian-backed separatists were locked in shelling and artillery strikes for four days over the breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh region, stoking fears of all-out war.. The Vatican did not mention the conflict as it announced the trip scheduled from 30 September to 2 October.. There are very few Roman Catholics in either country. Azerbaijan is about 95% Muslim while over 80% of Georgians are Eastern Orthodox Christians. Azerbaijan is often described by analysts as the most secularist Muslim country.. The Vatican announced last month Franciss June 24-26 visit to Armenia, where again very few Catholics live and over 90% of the population are Oriental Orthodox Christians.. The EU has been rather invisible in the diplomatic efforts to avoid an escalation. As a result, Russia has ...
“The date of the visit of Turkish Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul to Baku has not been defined due to expectation of the completion of the elections process in Azerbaijan,” Turan Moraly, the Turkish Ambassador to Azerbaijan, told Trend.. “Exact date of the visit is still to be defined, while I have not received any letter from Ankara in this respect,” the Ambassador underlined. The diplomat reminded that originally scheduled for September the visit was prolonged due to commencement of talks on entrance of Turkey to the European Union, but later in connection with the parliamentary elections in Azerbaijan ...
The Ambassador of the USA to Azerbaijan, Earle Litzenberger was called to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs with regard to the visit of Masis Mayilyan, the agent of the illegal regime created in the Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan currently occupied by Armenia, and the Note of protest was handed over to the Ambassador.. The protest was expressed in the Note Verbale on the issuing of visa by the United States authorities to the agents of the puppet regime traveling from the occupied territories of Azerbaijan and it was noted that it undermines the peace process on the settlement of the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict. It was emphasized that allowing the realization of such visits contradicts the commitments of the USA under the mandate of the co-chair of the OSCE Minsk Group, as well as the principles of respecting the sovereignty, territorial integrity and inviolability of internationally recognized borders of States.. The MFA brought to the attention of the US side that it expects that the USA ...
As part of its partnership with the Azerbaijan National Paralympic Committee (NPC), BP is supporting the Childrens Paralympic Festival in Azerbaijan. The event is linked to the United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities on 3 December 2013. The Festival was planned by NPC as a series of Paralympic competitions and games arranged throughout Azerbaijan. BP as NPCs partner was involved in the events that took place in the Agsu and Kurdamir districts. BP also supported the final event which took place in the main Paralympics Complex in Sumgayit on 19 December. BPs athlete ambassadors were present in all events to meet and inspire the children. The festival is aimed at supporting the development of the national Paralympic movement and promotion of Paralympic values - inspiration, courage, equality and determination. BP is pleased to be part of this exciting event, which we hope will encourage young, talented disabled children to develop and fulfill their potential in sports by ...
It was out of Ardabil (ancient Artavilla) that the Safavid dynasty arose to renew the state of Persia and establish Shiism as the official religion of Iran. Around the same time, the population of what is now Azerbaijan and Iran were converted to Shiism,[34] and both nations remain the only nations in the world with a significantly Shia majority, with Iran having the largest Shia population by percentage, with the Republic of Azerbaijan having the second largest Shia population by percentage.[35][36]. After 1502, Azerbaijan became the chief bulwark and military base of the Safavids. It was the chief province from which the various Iranian empires would control their Caucasian provinces, all the way up to Dagestan in the early 19th century. In the meantime, between 1514 and 1603, the Ottomans sometimes occupied Tabriz and other parts of the province during their numerous wars with their Safavid ideological and political archrivals. The Safavid control was restored by Shah Abbas but during the ...
Strong fiscal stimulus in Azerbaijan continued in 2011 triggered by unanticipated increases in global oil prices. The 2011 Article IV Consultation highlights that near and medium-term economic prospects are favorable and nonhydrocarbon growth could reach 6 percent in 2012. Executive Directors have endorsed that significant actions would be needed for Azerbaijan to maintain the record of high growth and significant poverty reduction. Given the limited horizon of hydrocarbon resources, the economy needs to be reoriented from its symbiotic dependence on natural resource revenues.
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Not too many people have been infected with coronavirus COVID-19 in Azerbaijan, Trend reports on March 18 referring to the statement made during the discussions in the Institute of Biophysics of the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences (ANAS) dedicated to the situation related to coronavirus and the ways to protect against it.. It is possible to assume that this virus will be eradicated in Azerbaijan relatively quickly as a result of the radical measures taken by the country, the statement said.. Coronaviruses are part of the group of viruses that cause diseases in the upper respiratory tract. These viruses are common among animals on a global scale. Only in rare cases, the virus, being modified, may be transmitted to a person. One of these rare cases was the infection of people with COVID-19 in the Chinese city of Wuhan. ...
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Corruption Rank in Azerbaijan increased to 129 in 2020 from 126 in 2019. Corruption Rank in Azerbaijan averaged 126.55 from 1999 until 2020, reaching an all time high of 158 in 2008 and a record low of 84 in 2001. This page provides the latest reported value for - Azerbaijan Corruption Rank - plus previous releases, historical high and low, short-term forecast and long-term prediction, economic calendar, survey consensus and news.
On June 12th, the largest brewing company in the country - Carlsberg Azerbaijan - celebrated the 50th anniversary of the brewery in Khirdalan.
The EU recalls our statement in the Permanent Council on 19 November 2009 concerning the human rights situation in conjunction with the freedom of the media in Azerbaijan, and refers to the press release published by the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media on 30 December 2009 on media freedom in Azerbaijan, including the case of Mr. Fatullayev. In the wider context, the EU urges Azerbaijan to respect fully its OSCE commitments regarding the freedom of expression and the respect for human rights, to cooperate with the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media and to resolve the existing legal cases against journalists and media activists by fair, transparent and timely procedures in full compliance with international legal standards ...
The most recent results of Global Cancer Statistics indicated that gastrointestinal cancers, including gastric, colorectal, esophageal, and liver cancers, are among the most commonly diagnosed cancers worldwide. Previous reports from cancer registries in East Azerbaijan have shown that there is a high incidence of gastrointestinal cancer in this region, so we performed a trend analysis to determine the pattern of change over the last decade. In total, 12 years of cancer registry data were collected from different sources in East Azerbaijan, and a data quality check was performed to ensure clean data. Using the 2000 World Health Organization standard population, we then generated age-standardized incidence rates (ASRs) for different cancers, and for each year from 1383 to 1394 of the Persian calendar (i.e., 19 March 2004 to 20 March 2015). Annual percent changes (APCs) and Average annual percent changes (AAPCs) in the ASRs for esophageal, gastric, small intestine, colorectal, anal, liver, gallbladder,
Armenians are constantly on the ball for possible attacks from implacable foe Azerbaijan, but who would have expected an enemy infiltration so unspeakably vile in nature? Garlic, grown on Azerbaijans hostile soil, apparently has found a way to penetrate the two countries sealed border, and then had the effrontery to appear on vegetable stands in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. Respected historian Samvel Karapetian was grocery shopping in a Yerevan supermarket, Hayastan, when he chanced upon packets of the bulbous, pungent emissaries from Azerbaijan, the very country that fought a long and bloody war with Armenia over the breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh region. Since the 1988-1994 war, anything Azerbaijani has been mostly seen in Armenia as unspeakably heinous, and vice versa.. A concerned citizen, Karapetian sounded the alarm, and reporters hurried to the scene. Garlic of the company based on [President Heydar] Aliyev Street in Baku is gleefully sold in… an Armenian supermarket, the puzzled ...
China sees Azerbaijan as an important partner in Belt and Road development, President Xi Jinping said Wednesday, urging more efforts to deepen cooperation.. Xi made the remarks during a phone conversation with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev.. Xi pointed out China and Azerbaijan have supported each other and overcome the difficulties together amid the COVID-19 outbreak, which reflects the true friendship.. Noting bilateral relations stand at a new historical starting point, Xi called for carrying forward the traditional friendship, deepening mutually beneficial cooperation and increase mutual support.. The two sides should take next years celebration of the 30th anniversary of diplomatic ties between the two countries as an opportunity to promote greater development of bilateral relations and bring more benefits to the two peoples, Xi noted.. China is willing to import more high-quality special products from the Azerbaijani side, Xi said, adding that he also supports Chinese enterprises to ...
First Deputy Minister of Defense of the Republic of Azerbaijan - Chief of the General Staff of the Azerbaijan Army, Lieutenant General Karim Valiyev, who is on an official visit to the Republic of Turkey has met with Turkish Minister
On November 7, Azerbaijan State News Agency (AZERTAC) released documents claiming to prove that Armenia was settling Syrian Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh in order to change the demography of the disputed region.. The state-run news agency said the documents were found in the office of Armenias National Security Service in the district of Zangilan, that was recently captured by Azerbaijani forces.. Azerbaijan launched a large offensive against Armenian forces in Nagorno-Karabakh on September 27. Thousands from both sides have lost their lives while fighting in the region, so far.. The documents supposedly include the names of 60 Syrian Armenians who were recently settled in Zangilan by the Armenian state.. ...
Azerbaijan (Azərbaycan), officially the Republic of Azerbaijan, is a country in the South Caucasus region, situated at the crossroads of Southwest Asia and Southeastern Europe. It is bound by the Caspian Sea to the east, Russia to the north, Georgia to the northwest, Armenia to the west and Iran to the south. The Azerbaijani exclave of Nakhchivan is bound by Armenia to the north and east, Iran to the south and west, and Turkey in the north west.
Alas, its hardly news anymore that activists are handed long prison sentences in Azerbaijan. This has been a mainstay in the governments two-year effort to silence its critics.. But when it happens two days before the Council of Europes Secretary General visits Baku, and nine days before the country officially takes over the rotating chairmanship of the Committee of Ministers, everyone should sit up and take notice how justice is taking another blow in Azerbaijan.. In a politically-motivated trial, Bakus Grave Crimes Court convicted eight youth activists today of organizing mass disorders and illegal drugs and weapons possession, and sentenced them to prison terms ranging from six to eight years. Seven of them: Bakhtiyar Guliyev, Shahin Novruzlu, Mahammad Azizov, Rashad Hasanov, Uzeyir Mammadli, Rashadat Akhundov, and Zaur Gurbanli are from the youth opposition movement NIDA [exclamation mark in Azeri], which was founded in 2010 and campaigns for democratic reforms and the rule of law in ...
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However, Azerbaijan began to see the possibility of change in 2006 with the completion of its Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) oil pipeline, which Western companies developed to feed oil to Europe. Azerbaijan not only became increasingly pro-Western, but it also saw tremendous new income. Azerbaijans president has already decided how he wants to spend his countrys newfound wealth: on defense. In 2004, Azerbaijans defense spending was approximately $175 million, but by the beginning of 2008, the country will begin spending at least $1 billion on defense. Armenia recently increased its defense spending by 20 percent-from $125 million to $150 million, which obviously pales in comparison to Azerbaijans increase. Azerbaijans spending will go mostly toward air offensive capabilities, with Armenias going to air defense, though both now are looking to expand their ground capabilities ...
Today it became known that the EBRD is going to make a final decision on October 18 to allocate a tranche for the Transanatolsky Pipeline (TANAP) project or the Southern Gas Corridor. Its political and economic goal is multi-vector - increasing the security of gas supplies to Europe, reducing the share of Russia as a gas supplier and excluding Ukraine as a gas transit.. It should be noted that 51% of shares of Southern Gas Corridor belong to the government of Azerbaijan.. As for the project participants and their goals - an exclusive comment by Alexander Asafov, a political scientist:. The situation around Azerbaijans claims to serious participation in the global gas market has been developing for several days and has not reached its decisive phase. Despite the availability of extracted, explored and anticipated gas reserves in the fields of Shah Deniz, Absheron, Umid and Babak, at the moment there is not enough gas even for self-sufficiency of Azerbaijan.. In the context of Bakus financial ...
Azerbaijan, Baku/ corr. Trend U. Ismaylova/ The prices of foodstuff in Azerbaijan will rise by 15 to 18% in 2008, Eyub Huseynov, the head of Independent Consumers Union stated on 8 January. According to Huseynov, the rise in prices will take place due to the increase in the minimum salary and minimum pensions which rose by AZN 50 to 60 and due to a shortage in agricultural products owing to the absence of an agricultural policy. At the beginning of 2007 Huseynov forecasted a 25% rise in prices which proved correct at the end of the year. Huseynov attributed fewer rises in prices in 2008 than in 2007 to the price rise in energy recourses and public utilities as a result of the decision adopted by the Tariff Council on January for 2007. ...
Armenia recently changed its point of attack on Azerbaijan from the Line of Contact between the troops of the two countries in Azerbaijan's occupi Domain Registration - Azerbaijan is a country in the Caucasus region, bordering Russia, Georgia, Iran, and Armenia. Azerbaijan is a democracy, and was the worlds first majority Muslim democratic and secular country
Like most republics of the Soviet Union who experienced rapid development of all spheres of economics and human activity which has led to an increasingly negative impact on the environment, including the inefficient usage of natural resources. As can be seen in many other countries, Azerbaijan is interested in finding solutions to the problems regarding environmental protection and rational utilization of natural resources. In support of Azerbaijans environmental protection goals, a number of important laws, legal documents and state programs, all of which conform to European law requirements, have been developed and approved in order to improve the ecological situation in the country. However, problems arose as these precautionary laws have not been as effective as they were meant to be. Transparency has been a consistent issue in Azerbaijan as NGOs who are given legal authority to collect data from the oil refineries are often blocked or dismissed, and their information comes unofficially. ...
Following is the statement from Formula One on their decision to cancel races in Singapore, Japan and Azerbaijan -. Formula 1 is working with all partners to finalise the remaining calendar for the season. We are confident in our plans to have between 15-18 races by the time our season concludes in Abu Dhabi in mid-December and expect to publish the finalised calendar before we start our season in Austria.. As part of the discussions to finalise our calendar we have maintained close dialogues with our promoters and authorities and continue to monitor the specific and varying COVID-19 developments in each country. At all times we will ensure the safety of the Formula 1 community and the communities we visit is the number one priority.. As a result of the ongoing challenges presented by COVID-19, we and our promoters in Azerbaijan, Singapore and Japan have taken the decision to cancel their races for the 2020 season. These decisions have been taken due to the different challenges our promoters ...
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Downloadable! The paper investigates the impact of the real exchange rate on non-oil exports in Azerbaijan by applying Vector Error Correction Model. The estimation results suggest that real exchange rate of manat has negative impact on non-oil export performance while non-oil GDP affects positively in the long- and short-run. Error correction term indicates that short-run fluctuation can be adjusted into long-run equilibrium relationship. Based on findings of the study can be concluded that appreciating real exchange rate is one of major factors that impede non-oil export growth. Since promotion of non-oil export is one of the urgent issues of the strategic economic policy of Azerbaijan Republic then findings of the study may be useful for policymakers.
The most common cause of deaths among the population in Azerbaijan in 2017 was cardiovascular diseases, Cardiologist surgeon, MP Rashad Mahmudov, announced at todays meeting of the parliaments healthcare committee, APA reported.. The MP added that 57.8% of the deaths during the past year in Azerbaijan resulted from heart failure.. We should hold hearings and take actions to address this problem, he said. ...
Azerbaijans Transport, Communications and High Technologies Minister Rashad Nabiyev and Chinese Ambassador Guo Min have discussed ways of improving the regulatory framework in the field of transport.. During the meeting held last week, the parties discussed increasing the attractiveness of transport corridors through Azerbaijan and improving the efficiency of the China-Europe freight express on the transit route.. High on the agenda of the meeting was cooperation in the field of postal organizations within the framework of international organizations.. Furthermore, Azerbaijans interest in studying the experience of Chinese companies in the field of artificial intelligence and other big data technologies, and establishing cooperation with them, was underlined during the meeting.. The ambassador emphasized Chinas readiness to expand cooperation with Azerbaijan both in transport and ICT, as well as to support the strengthening of Azerbaijans transit capacity on the China-Europe route.. Its ...
Azerbaijan is studying Belarus experience in the construction of agro-towns, Belarusian Agriculture and Food Minister Ivan Krupko told journalists on 2 June, BelTA has learned.. Azerbaijan is Belarus strategic partner. In 2020, Belarus-Azerbaijan trade in agricultural and food products totaled $35 million, which was up by 5.3% over 2019. Belarus export came at $30.4 million (up by 10.7% over 2019). In January-March 2021, Belarus supplies to Azerbaijan amounted to $8.1 million (up 6% year-on-year). Belarusian dairy and meat products are popular in Azerbaijan, Ivan Krupko said. Belarus exports to Azerbaijan also include confectionery, while its major imports are vegetables, gourds, berries, and fruit.. Belarus major exporters to Azerbaijan are such companies as the Belovezhskiye Syry cheese maker, Luninets Dairy Plant, the Molochny Mir dairy, Rogachev Milk Canning Factory, Kalinkovichi Dairy Plant, Lida Milk Canning Factory, and Minsk Dairy Plant No.1.. We are searching for new areas of ...
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Gold and palladium prices increased, while platinum prices decreased in Azerbaijan on Feb. 13, compared to the prices on Feb. 12, Trend reports referring to the data published by the Central Bank of Azerbaijan (CBA).. The price of gold increased by 11 manat and amounted to 2,675 manat per ounce.. The price of silver increased by 0.0022 manat and amounted to 29.9455 manat per ounce.. The price of platinum decreased by 6.6 manat and amounted to 1,644 manat per ounce.. The price of palladium increased by 100.3 manat and amounted to 4,086 manat per ounce. ...
Gold, silver and palladium prices increased, while platinum prices decreased in Azerbaijan on Feb. 17, compared to the prices on Feb. 14, Trend reports referring to the data published by the Central Bank of Azerbaijan (CBA).
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YEREVAN, AUGUST 5, ARMENPRESS. Iran is the only country from the neighbors whose national security interests coincide with Armenia, and in this context it should be expected that the new Iranian president, conservative Ebrahim Raisi will continue this political line, Iranologist Emma Begijanyan told ARMENPRESS. But what concrete positions, she continued, the president has in foreign policy and regional processes, including regarding the development of trade-economic projects and transportation links will be known after the formation of his government. Expert on Iran Emma Begijanyan emphasized that Iran’s “red line” in regional processes is Armenia’s territorial integrity.
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Musica Viva Moscow Chamber Orchestra has performed at the Heydar Aliyev Center.The concert featured outstanding pieces by such world famous composers as W.A. Mozart, J.S.Bach, A. Arensky and D.Shostakovich.The orchestra's artistic director and conductor Alexander Rudin (cello), Alexey Volodin (piano) and Andrey Ershov (trumpet) delighted the audience with spectacular performances.
YEREVAN-A mechanism for operative ties has been established between the leaders of Armenia and Azerbaijan, according to Acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan who told reporters on Thursday that since a brief conversation with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev the system has been effective.. Pashinyan and Aliyev held a discussion in Dushanbe, Tajikistan earlier this month when the two were attending a summit of CIS leaders. According to Pashinyan, he and Aliyev agreed to de-escalate tension along the Armenia-Azerbaijan and Artsakh-Azerbaijan borders.. Based on our agreement, a reliable and operative connection has been established with the Azerbaijani side and we can say that any information can be conveyed to the Azerbaijani President and from their side to me within half an hour, Pashinyan told reporters Thursday, explaining that the communication between the two leaders takes place on an as needed basis.. Pashinyan also attributed the recent relative calm on the borders to his ...
We are therefore calling out to the global conservation community for support to help stop the usage of white phosphorus munitions before they cause an environmental disaster and regional ecocide. The usage of white phosphorus munitions contradicts to all the provisions of all environmental conventions including the Bern Convention, Nagoya protocol to Helsinki & Rotterdam conventions, verified by the Governments of both Armenia & Azerbaijan Although 98% of the global population live under the protection of the Chemical Weapons Convention, this is, as we understand, unfortunately not applicable towards Armenia & ethnic Armenians living in Artsakh ...
Lack of progress by Azerbaijan and Armenia toward resolving their dispute over Nagorno-Karabakh would affect Turkeys parliamentary approval of separate accords to normalize ties with Armenia, a senior AK Party MP said.
Overland road routes and rail links connect Armenia with its neighbors. Currently, both Turkey and Azerbaijan have imposed a blockade against Armenia and have closed their borders with it. Two highway routes and one rail-link are available through Georgia, which provide access to the Black Sea Ports of Batumi and Poti. Additionally, there is one route south through Iran to the Persian Gulf. Armenia has made great strides in its road network, with significant investment resulting in nearly all the main highways to be paved and in good condition.. The main railway station in Armenia, the Sasuntsi Davit Station is located on Tigran Mets Avenue, near the metro station of the same name. A second railway station in Yerevan, called Arabkir Station, is located above the Cascade.. ...
The group have been promoting Perth throughout their trip, sharing stories with locals about the Fair City.. The trip is also being filmed with in-car cameras and could be made into a documentary for Sky TV.. So far, the drive has taken them through 16 countries including Bulgaria, the Gobi Desert, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan, as well as camping 96 hours to wait for a boat to take them from Baku in Azerbaijan to Turkmenistan.. Having experienced torturous conditions and pot hole infested roads, the trio is now traveling through Russia as they head home.. Mr Blairs daughter Wendy Watson, said: We now know they made it to Mongolia.. They have finished the rally part and are on their way home.. In a lot of the countries they have not had any mobile signal, so we have gone for days back home without talking to them.. ...
WHEREAS,The State of California has proclaimed April 24, 1990, as a day of remembrance within the state for all victims of genocide, especially those of Armenian ancestry who were victims of the genocide perpetrated between 1915 and 1923 and in whose memory this date is commemorated by all Armenians and their friends throughout the world; and WHEREAS, Senate Joint Resolution 212 and House Joint Resolution 417 would designate April 24, 1990, as the National day of Remembrance of the 75th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide of 1915 to 1923, in remembrance of the 1,500,000 people of Armenian ancestry who were victims of the genocide perpetrated by the governments of the Ottoman Empire from 1915 to 1923; and WHEREAS, Recent violence in the City of Baku, Azerbaijan, against a defenseless Armenian minority resulted in the killing and injuring of hundreds of Armenians; and WHEREAS, April 24, 1990, should be a national day of reflection in the hope that such tragedies never again occur, and an ...
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Haplogroup J2 It is composed of several sub-Haplogroups representing several different countries like Turkey, Iraq, Kurdistan, Lebanon, Syria, Armenia, Georgia, Aegean, Balkan, Italy. One sub Haplogroup M172* is mainly found in the Northern Fertile Crescent, the Mediterranean, Iran, Central Asia, and Southern Europe. Is is though to have originated in Anatolia (Turkey and Kurdstan) ie North Mesopotamia, and spread to Europe and to other Middle countries like Lebanon Palestine Iraq, Syria. J2 subclades is found also in Armenia, Azerbaijan), Iran, Central Asia, and South Asia: for example, Muslim Kurds (28.4%), Central Turks (27.9%), Georgians (26.7%), Iraqis (25.2%), Lebanese (25%), Ashkenazi Jews (23.2%), Sephardi Jews (28.6%), Iranians (23.3%), Tajiks (18.4%), and Pakistanis (14.7%). J2 is not regularly found in Semitic-speaking populations of Africa, such as the Amhara and Tigrinya in Ethiopia (Semino et al. 2004). However, J2 has been found to encompass several subhaplogroups (22 ...
Haplogroup J2 It is composed of several sub-Haplogroups representing several different countries like Turkey, Iraq, Kurdistan, Lebanon, Syria, Armenia, Georgia, Aegean, Balkan, Italy. One sub Haplogroup M172* is mainly found in the Northern Fertile Crescent, the Mediterranean, Iran, Central Asia, and Southern Europe. Is is though to have originated in Anatolia (Turkey and Kurdstan) ie North Mesopotamia, and spread to Europe and to other Middle countries like Lebanon Palestine Iraq, Syria. J2 subclades is found also in Armenia, Azerbaijan), Iran, Central Asia, and South Asia: for example, Muslim Kurds (28.4%), Central Turks (27.9%), Georgians (26.7%), Iraqis (25.2%), Lebanese (25%), Ashkenazi Jews (23.2%), Sephardi Jews (28.6%), Iranians (23.3%), Tajiks (18.4%), and Pakistanis (14.7%). J2 is not regularly found in Semitic-speaking populations of Africa, such as the Amhara and Tigrinya in Ethiopia (Semino et al. 2004). However, J2 has been found to encompass several subhaplogroups (22 ...
The Armenian sample of Wells et al. (2001) has a much lower frequency of F(xK) than the samples of Weale et al. (2001), with only 18/47 = 0.3830 haplogroup F(xK) in the data of Wells et al. compared to 369/734 = 0.5027 F(xK) in the data of Weale et al. The low frequency of haplogroup F(xK) in the Armenian sample of Wells et al. makes me suspect that the sample might have been taken from Syunik, the most southerly province of the independent state of Armenia, or from Nagorno-Karabakh, an Armenian-dominated enclave surrounded by the Republic of Azerbaijan. The samples of Weale et al. taken from Syunik and Karabakh had the highest frequencies of P(xR1a) and the lowest frequencies of Y(xA, DE, K) among all Armenian subpopulations. Actually, the Armenians of Syunik and Karabakh speak the same Karabakh dialect of the Armenian language, named after the historical region of Karabakh, which includes the province of Syunik as well as modern Nagorno-Karabakh. Perhaps the Karabakh dialect speakers in ...
The Black Sea Trade and Development Bank (BSTDB) is an international financial institution established by Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Moldova, Romania, Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine. With an authorized capital of SDR 3 billion, the Bank supports economic development and regional cooperation by providing trade and project financing, guarantees, and equity for development projects supporting both public and private enterprises in its member countries.
UNCLAS SECTION 01 OF 05 GENEVA 002654 SIPDIS BUDAPEST FOR OSCE, USEU FOR MEZNAR E.O. 12958: N/A TAGS: PREF, PHUM, SMIG, XG, CIS SUBJECT: COMMONWEALTH OF INDEPENDENT STATES CONFERENCE PROCESS ENDS 1. (U) SUMMARY. An October 10 meeting in Geneva marked the end of the decade-long CIS Conference Process, originally created to address problems of refugees and displaced persons -- as well as statelessness -- arising out of the break up of the Soviet Union. Although a final conference statement was endorsed by all and there was a perceived need for a follow-on mechanism, no decision was made on new structures to continue the dialogue on migration and refugee issues. Two distinct visions emerged: (1) Belarus, proposal for a CIS dialogue managed by a permanent secretariat in Minsk that would be partially funded by Russia; and (2) Moldovas proposal for sub-regional ad hoc meetings, as needed (with Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Moldova forming one nucleus). A technical meeting will be scheduled in ...
During the past decade, African swine fever (ASF) has spread from the Caucasus region to eastern European Union countries affecting domestic pig and wild boar populations. In order to avert ASF spread, mitigation measures targeting both populations have been established. However, despite these efforts, ASF has been reported in thirteen different countries (Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, the Russian Federation, Ukraine, Belarus, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Moldova, Czech Republic, and Romania). In the absence of an effective vaccine or treatment to ASF, introduction and spread of ASF onto domestic pig farms can only be prevented by strict compliance to control measures. This study systematically reviewed available measures to prevent the spread of ASF in the EU domestic pig sector distinguishing between commercial, non-commercial, and outdoor farms. The search was performed in PubMed and using a common browser. A total of 52 documents were selected for the final review process, which included
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The chain of revolutions in post-soviet countries, starting with the November Revolution of 2003 in Georgia and ending with Maidan in Ukraine of 2014 have been a transforming factor not only for the countries where they were successful (Georgia, Ukraine, Kirgizstan, Moldova), but also for those where large-scale political protest was attempted or just feared (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Russia, ...
Füle has argued that enlargement is the most important transformation instrument the EU has and attributes the difficult reforms that brought about Central and Southeastern Europes political and economic transformations to the fact that they were tak[ing[ place within the wider enlargement strategy.[4] He has been working hard to bring six of the EUs neighbors, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine, under its wing, but the anticipated summit in Vilnius, Lithuania in November 2013 only saw Georgia and Moldova initial association agreements, with Ukraines last-minute cold feet a major disappointment.[5][6] On July 18, 2014, Füle was present to hear the Parliament of Georgia unanimously vote (123-0, 27 abstained) to ratify its association agreement. Before the vote, Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili told Füle his country had formulated a Georgia 2020 social-democratic development strategy, aimed at easing European integration.[7] On Turkeys accession, Füle is ...
The report package Prepared and Artificial Wax Markets in Eastern Europe to 2020 - Market Size, Development, and Forecasts offers the most up-to-date industry data on the actual market situation, and future outlook for prepared and artificial waxes in different Eastern European countries. The package includes prepared and artificial wax country reports from the following countries:. Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, Ukraine. The research includes historic data from 2009 to 2015 and forecasts until 2020 which makes the reports an invaluable resource for industry executives, marketing, sales and product managers, consultants, analysts, and other people looking for key industry data in readily accessible documents with clearly presented tables and graphs.. The reports help answer the following questions:. - What is the current size of the prepared and ...
The first meeting of the Joint Programming Committee - body responsible for the preparation of the Interreg NEXT (Neighbourhood External) Black Sea Basin Programme 2021-2027 - was held on the 29th of January 2020 in Brussels, Belgium. The eligible participating countries of the new Programme involves ten states from the Black Sea Basin: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Russian Federation, Turkey and Ukraine. ...
The project helps Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine bring their legislation closer to EU policy in the field of water management, with a main focus on the management of trans-boundary river basins. It supports the development and implementation of pilot river basin management plans, building on the improved policy framework and ensuring a strong participation of local stakeholders.
Whilst birding the patch on 11 November I saw the Red-tailed Wheatear that Phil had found at the weekend. I was busy with the family so unable to make it birding for the last few days so this was my first opportunity to look for the bird. Luckily it was still on the same boulders, an area where it or another bird has spent the last two winters. As the nights are drawing in as winter approaches the light is not good for photography in the evening any more with the below images the best I could manage. Hopefully the bird wil stick around all winter as in the last two years as they are great little birds to sit and watch. The Red-tailed Wheatear Oenanthe chrysopygia is a scarce winter visitor to the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia with birds occurring from late September until early April, especially in the vicinity of jebals, other rocky outcrops, dry scrub areas and semi-desert. It breeds in an area from north-east Turkey through Armenia, Azerbaijan, Iran, Tajikistan, Afghanistan and western ...
According to the results of the enquiry (40MB): Situation in 2013. Overall wood energy accounts for 3.5% of the total primary energy supply (+0.2 compared to 2011) and 38.2% of the renewable energy supply (-0.2) in 26 UNECE region countries in 2013, continuing its role as the leading source of renewable energy. Around 47% of all mobilized woody biomass supply (+7.0) is used for energy purposes. (26 countries: Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Republic of Moldova, Serbia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, the United Kingdom and the United States). Main trends 2007-2013. It was possible to identify trends in the use of wood energy and to provide a comparison by selecting the 12 countries that have responded to consecutive rounds of the enquiry (12 countries: Austria, Cyprus, Finland, France, Germany, ...
Scott International Album Pages: Part 38A 2002 (195 double sided pages). These pages contain spaces for stamps from the following countries: United States; Algeria; Andorra (French & Spanish); Anguilla, Antigua; Argentina; Armenia; Ascension; Australia; Austria; Azerbaijan; Bahamas; Bahrain; Bangladesh; Barbados; B
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  • Alat Bay is a project company established in 2022 in the Alat Free Economic Zone of Azerbaijan. (
  • An air advisor with the 137th Special Operations Medical Group, Oklahoma Air National Guard, is pictured alongside the flags of the United States and Azerbaijan during a State Partnership Program visit with Azerbaijan Operational Capabilities Concept Battalion doctors and medical noncommissioned officers to Baku, Azerbaijan, conducted June 20-24, 2022. (
  • Members of the 137th Special Operations Medical Group (SOMDG) traveled to Azerbaijan to conduct a combat casualty care knowledge exchange with Azerbaijan Operational Capabilities Concept (OCC) Battalion doctors and medical noncommissioned officers during a State Partnership Program (SPP) visit to Baku, Azerbaijan, June 20-24, 2022. (
  • Demonstrators holding Azeri and Turkish flags shout slogans during a protest against Armenia near the Consulate of Azerbaijan in Istanbul, Turkey, Sept. 29, 2020. (
  • FILE - In this photo provided by the Azerbaijan's Presidential Press Office provided on Sept. 27, 2020, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev gestures as he addresses the nation in Baku, Azerbaijan. (
  • This image taken from a video released by Armenian Defense Ministry on Sept. 28, 2020, allegedly shows fighting between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces at the contact line of the self-proclaimed Republic of Nagorno-Karabakh, Azerbaijan. (
  • Berlin) - Armenian military forces carried out unlawfully indiscriminate rocket and missile strikes on Azerbaijan during the hostilities from September to November 2020, Human Rights Watch said today. (
  • 1. Azerbaijan faced unprecedented challenges in 2020 . (
  • This document dated September 2020 is provided for the ADB project 51355-001 in Azerbaijan. (
  • Azerbaijan flag waving in center of the city on November 28, 2020 in Baku, Azerbaijan. (
  • The Second Karabakh War lasted for 44 days, ending on November 10, 2020 with the 9-point ceasefire agreement agreed by Azerbaijan and Armenia under Russian mediation. (
  • Minister of Foreign Affairs Elmar Mammadyarov of Azerbaijan and Minister of Culture Nina Obuljen Koržinek of Croatia signed "The Program on Cultural Cooperation between the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia for 2018, 2019 and 2020. (
  • Azerbaijan, backed by Turkey, largely retook those territories over six weeks in 2020. (
  • Domestic unhappiness in Armenia about the 2020 defeat has prompted repeated protests against Mr Pashinyan, who dismissed reports he has signed a deal with Azerbaijan. (
  • F1 sticks to street circuits moving on to the Azerbaijan GP at the Baku City Circuit, marking the track's return to the F1 calendar after being cancelled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. (
  • Armenia and Azerbaijan have fought two wars -- in 2020 and in the 1990s -- over Azerbaijan's Armenian-populated region of Nagorno Karabakh. (
  • In 2020, Azerbaijan put an end to nearly 30 years of occupation by Armenia of almost 20 percent of its territory. (
  • During a six-week war in 2020, Azerbaijan reclaimed broad swaths of Nagorno-Karabakh and adjacent territories held by Armenian forces. (
  • In the October 2020 conflict, Azerbaijan was able to liberate the territory - which, unlike many other areas that had been contested between Armenia and Azerbaijan, was never historically part of Nagonro-Karabakh . (
  • There was no accountability for violations committed during the 2020 Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict and its aftermath. (
  • The 2020 war, which killed more than 6,500 people in around six weeks, saw Azerbaijan win back swathes of territory that had been controlled by Armenians since 1994. (
  • According to the accord, the entire Lachin district was to be handed over to Azerbaijan on December 1, 2020, apart from the five-kilometre buffer along the road where Russian patrols would allow Armenians to travel safely between the region and Armenia. (
  • Observers say the latest fighting over the largely ethnic Armenian enclave in Azerbaijan is the worst since the 1990s. (
  • The Armenian government on Monday said Turkish military "experts" were "fighting side by side with Azerbaijan. (
  • YEREVAN -- Armenian Defense Minister Seyran Ohanian says the rumored sale by Russia of sophisticated Russian antiaircraft missiles to Azerbaijan will not give Baku a 'strategic advantage' in the unresolved Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, RFE/RL's Armenian Service reports. (
  • Opposition groups there say the long-range surface-to-air missiles would seriously limit the Armenian military's ability to hit strategic targets in Azerbaijan, and thereby encourage Baku to try to resolve the Karabakh dispute by force. (
  • Ohanian, who played a major role in the 1991-1994 war with Azerbaijan and subsequently commanded the Karabakh Armenian army, dismissed such concerns. (
  • I must point out that the acquisition of Russian S-300 air-defense systems [by Azerbaijan] cannot directly influence the correlation of forces between Armenia and Azerbaijan, because their use by Azerbaijan against the Armenian Armed Forces would be fruitless under all possible scenarios,' he said. (
  • During on-site investigations in Azerbaijan in November, Human Rights Watch documented 11 incidents in which Armenian forces used ballistic missiles, unguided artillery rockets, and large-caliber artillery projectiles that hit populated areas in apparent indiscriminate attacks. (
  • Satellite imagery revealed that Azerbaijan military forces were present in the cities of Ganja and Tartar and the villages of Gashalti and Tapgaragoyunlu, which Armenian forces attacked. (
  • Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan formally invoked a defense pact calling on Russia and other allies to send military assistance after saying that 105 of his country's troops had died in two days of border clashes with Azerbaijan. (
  • Pashinyan accused Azerbaijan of seizing Armenian territory and told parliament Wednesday he was asking for help from the Russia-led Collective Security Treaty Organization under Article 4 of its defense pact providing for military assistance. (
  • But moments later, the Armenian News Agency said Azerbaijan was still attacking with missile artillery systems. (
  • Martakert is in Nagorno-Karabakh, a region at the center of the Azerbaijan-Armenian dispute. (
  • The region is occupied by Armenian forces but surrounded and claimed by Azerbaijan. (
  • Azerbaijani authorities are to be held fully accountable for the unprecedented escalation of tensions along the Nagorno Karabakh and Azerbaijan contact line," the Armenian Defense Ministry said. (
  • This conflict over territory internationally recognized as part of Azerbaijan, but under the control of Armenian forces since the break-up of the Soviet Union, destabilizes the region and retards trade development across Eurasia. (
  • The land around the city was part of a dispute between the Azerbaijani military and Armenian forces during the Nagorno-Karabakh war , and in July of 1993, Armenian forces moved through the city and forced out the entire Azerbaijan population. (
  • Nagorno-Karabakh is an ethnic Armenian region of Azerbaijan that broke away from Baku's control in the early 1990s after the collapse of the Soviet Union. (
  • Azerbaijan said it would launch its own legal proceedings in response to the Armenian move. (
  • Azerbaijan, which was backed by Turkey during the conflict, for its part accused Armenian forces of war crimes. (
  • While Armenia has not opened an investigation into its army for war crimes, Azerbaijan has charged two of its soldiers for mutilating bodies of Armenian soldiers. (
  • In the 1990s, Armenian-backed separatists in Nagorno-Karabakh declared independence from Azerbaijan in a war over the mountainous province that left some 10,000 dead. (
  • Rouben Galichian's 'The Invention of History: Azerbaijan, Armenia and the Showcasing of Imagination' is an important book that addresses a core issue facing the Armenian people ninety-five years after the Genocide: survival in the face of further erasures and eradications. (
  • TBILISI, Georgia - A senior Armenian official said late Wednesday a truce was agreed with Azerbaijan after two days of violence linked to a decades-old dispute between the ex-Soviet states over the territory of Nagorno-Karabakh. (
  • Armenia and Azerbaijan have been fighting for decades over Nagorno-Karabakh, a mountainous enclave recognised as part of Azerbaijan while being home to a large Armenian population. (
  • A ministry spokesperson said the Turkish jet took off from an airbase inside Azerbaijan and had been providing cover for Azerbaijani aircraft attacking Armenian positions. (
  • Azerbaijan's defense ministry accused Armenian troops of firing onto the Dashkesan region in Azerbaijan, which Armenia denied. (
  • The highway passes through the Armenian territory of Zangezur, but Azerbaijan captured a portion of this route in last year's Nagorno-Karabakh war. (
  • Zangezur is a strategic piece of Armenian territory that separates Azerbaijan from its Nakhchivan territory and from Turkey. (
  • The town of Shusha in the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh, an Armenian enclave in Azerbaijan under Armenian control since 1992. (
  • 04/10/2021 Armenia (International Christian Concern) - A plane reportedly supposed to be bringing Armenian prisoners of war home from Baku, Azerbaijan arrived in Armenia's Yerevan empty. (
  • When the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991, ethnic Armenian separatists in Nagorno-Karabakh broke away from Azerbaijan. (
  • This came after Azerbaijan made repeated claims of Armenian violence along the border and broke-up an alleged Armenian spy ring operating within its armed forces since 1988. (
  • Relations between the two former Soviet nations have been tense since 1991, when the Armenian military occupied Upper Karabakh, an internationally recognized territory of Azerbaijan. (
  • Azerbaijan handed over 15 Armenian detainees captured on its territory following the cessation of hostilities in November. (
  • The two ex-Soviet countries have been locked in a decades-old conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh, which is part of Azerbaijan but was long under the control of ethnic Armenian forces backed by Armenia since a separatist war there ended in 1994. (
  • Pelosi on Sunday met with Alen Simonyan, president of Armenia's parliament, and told reporters afterward that "Our meeting again had a particular importance to us because the focus was on security following the illegal and deadly attacks by Azerbaijan on the Armenian territory. (
  • "A medieval cemetery regarded as one of the wonders of the Caucasus has been erased from the Earth in an act of cultural vandalism likened to the Taleban blowing up the Bamiyan Buddhas in Afghanistan," reflected the London Times after independent journalist Iddrak Abbasov in ex-Soviet Azerbaijan confirmed in April 2006 that the world's largest historic Armenian cemetery had vanished. (
  • When reports emerged in December 2005 that Azerbaijan was deliberately destroying ( see the tape ) the world's largest medieval Armenian cemetery at Djulfa with its intricately carved burial stones called khachkars , Azeri president Ilham Aliyev said the news was " an absolute lie . (
  • The case centers of the Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan that has been under the control of ethnic Armenian forces backed by the Armenian government for more than a quarter of a century. (
  • During the Soviet era, the predominantly Armenian-populated region had an autonomous status within Azerbaijan. (
  • The Armenian case says that even after a Russia-brokered ceasefire came into force on Nov. 10, "Azerbaijan has continued to engage in the murder, torture and other abuse of Armenian prisoners of war, hostages and other detained persons," according to the court. (
  • Under the deal, Azerbaijan will get to keep all of its territorial gains, including the enclave's second city of Shusha, and ethnic Armenian forces must hand over control of a slew of other territories between now and Dec.1. (
  • Armenia's military said that two of its troops were wounded after Azerbaijani forces opened fire on Armenian positions, while Azerbaijan said Armenian forces killed one of its soldiers in what it called "a provocation. (
  • Armenia and Azerbaijan have been locked in a decades-old dispute over the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh, which lies within Azerbaijan but was under the control of ethnic Armenian forces backed by Armenia since a separatist war there ended in 1994. (
  • The conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan has its origins in the late Soviet period, when residents of the ethnically Armenian autonomous region of Nagorno-Karabakh requested that Moscow sever the enclave from the Azerbaijani Soviet Socialist Republic (SSR) and attach it to the Armenian SSR. (
  • In 1994, the two sides signed a ceasefire agreement , leaving the Armenian side with de facto control of the Karabakh region and surrounding territories that belonged to Azerbaijan. (
  • Azerbaijan seems to be using a modified version of the intimidation model that Moscow employed against Kyiv in the run-up to the February 24 invasion-namely military buildups along the border of the two countries, coercive diplomacy, and occasional military efforts to push deeper into Armenian-held territory. (
  • Last month, Azerbaijan intensified the pressure on the Armenian population of Karabakh itself, twice shutting off gas to population centers. (
  • On June 16, 2021, rabies virus infection was confirmed in a dog included in a shipment of rescue animals imported into the United States from Azerbaijan. (
  • On June 10, 2021, a shipment of 33 dogs and one cat arrived at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago, Illinois, from Baku, Azerbaijan, a country designated by CDC as being at high risk for DMRVV. (
  • An International Monetary Fund (IMF) staff team led by Natalia Tamirisa conducted a remote mission from April 19 to May 21, 2021 in the context of the 2021 Article IV consultation with Azerbaijan. (
  • On January 21, 2021 the Presidents of Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan signed an intergovernmental Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for joint development of the newly named Dostluq (friendship in Azerbaijani and Turkmen languages) oil and natural gas field. (
  • The Azerbaijan Grand Prix hosts the sixth round of the 2021 Formula 1 world championship season on the 4-6 June. (
  • Armenia filed a case at the International Court of Justice alleging breaches by Azerbaijan of an international convention that aims to eliminate racial discrimination, the court announced late Thursday Sept. 17, 2021. (
  • Several hundred Syrian fighters have been sent by Turkey to support Azerbaijan in its ongoing conflict with Armenia, according to a war monitor and a Syrian rebel commander. (
  • Azerbaijani: Azərbaycan [ɑːzæɾbɑjˈdʒɑn]), officially the Republic of Azerbaijan, is a transcontinental country located at the boundary of Eastern Europe and Western Asia. (
  • In Azerbaijan, bp directly employs around 2,268 Azerbaijani citizens who make over 90 per cent of the company's professional staff. (
  • Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates and Azerbaijan's Minister of Defense General-Colonel Safar Abiyev review Azerbaijani troops during an honor ceremony at the Ministry of Defense in Baku, Azerbaijan on June 7, 2010. (
  • Huseynov is a popular journalist and blogger in Azerbaijan who is known for his hard-hitting exposés of alleged corruption by senior Azerbaijani officials. (
  • The imprisonment of Mehman Huseynov is another step by the Azerbaijani authorities to retaliate against him for his critical journalism and defiance, but also to deter others from seeking justice for police abuse, a persistent and well-documented problem in Azerbaijan. (
  • Azerbaijani Ambassador to Croatia Fakhraddin Gurbanov and State Secretary for the Ministry of Agriculture of Croatia Marija Vučković signed "The Memorandum of Understating on Cooperation between the Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Croatia"," it was reported. (
  • Azərbaycan Türkləri آذربایجان تورکلری ), are a Turkic ethnic group living mainly in Iranian Azerbaijan and the independent Republic of Azerbaijan and they speak Azerbaijani language , a Turkic language . (
  • In response to the disappointment and concern at the empty plane, Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Jeyhun Bayramov told the media that there are no prisoners of war in Azerbaijan. (
  • Despite a 1994 cease-fire, Azerbaijan has yet to resolve its conflict with Armenia over the Azerbaijani Nag. (
  • Military cooperation between the U.S. and Azerbaijan dates back to July 1997, Azerbaijani president Heydar Aliyev's visit to Washington. (
  • STEPANAKERT (Armenpress) - Azerbaijani forces made over 75 ceasefire violations in the Nagorno Karabakh (Artsakh)-Azerbaijan border region, also known as the line of contact, said a press statement by the Artsakh Defense Ministry. (
  • Overnight November 30 - December 1 Azerbaijani forces violated the ceasefire regime in the Nagorno Karabakh-Azerbaijan line of contact around 75 times, firing approximately 2000 shots from various caliber small arms at Nagorno-Karabakh position. (
  • The e-Commerce Memorandum of Understanding was also signed between Turkey and Azerbaijan at the meeting attended by Trade Minister Ruhsar Pekcan and Azerbaijani Economy Minister Mikayil Cabbarov. (
  • Considering the above facts, it is crucial to have the DAAD representation in Azerbaijan in order to meet the big interest of Azerbaijani people in German education and culture. (
  • Azerbaijan comes third in the region, after Turkey and Russia, in terms of the numbers of imprisoned journalists. (
  • News about this development first came from Armenia's ambassador to Russia on Monday, who said Turkey had sent around 4,000 fighters from northern Syria to Azerbaijan. (
  • In an interview with RFE/RL, Ohanian also said that he has 'no doubts' that under an agreement signed with Russia last week, Russia would openly support Armenia in the event of a new conflict with Azerbaijan over the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh that 'became a threat to the Republic of Armenia. (
  • Fighting between Azerbaijan and Armenia escalated on September 27 and continued until November 10, when the prime minister of Armenia and presidents of Azerbaijan and Russia concluded an agreement to end the hostilities. (
  • When Baku believes Washington is de-prioritizing Azerbaijan-as was the case during the Obama administration's recent attempt at normalizing ties between Armenia and Turkey-it threatens geopolitical reorientation toward Russia, or even China. (
  • Counterbalancing Russia is a primary duty of the United States, and the mere placement of Azerbaijan on the map makes it a crucial partner in that effort. (
  • Russia is unhappy with EU and Western attempts to take the initiative for the peaceful normalization of relations between Azerbaijan and Armenia. (
  • Like several other countries, Azerbaijan seeks to retain functioning relations with both Russia and Ukraine amid Russia's invasion. (
  • The areas to the north of the river Aras , including the territory of the contemporary Republic of Azerbaijan, were Iranian territory until they were occupied by Russia over the course of the 19th century. (
  • Azerbaijan is a secular Muslim state at the crossroads between Europe and Asia, Russia and the Middle East. (
  • The geopolitical impact of the Arab Spring has meant that Iran, the US and other Western democracies, and Russia keep a close watch on current developments in and around Azerbaijan. (
  • Russia is a great neighbor of this country,'' says Walter Shonia, Moscow's ambassador to Azerbaijan. (
  • Russia is interested in cooperation with the West over Azerbaijan. (
  • Russia and the U.S. both have been vying for influence in Azerbaijan, one of the world's leading energy exporters that sits on a key transport route for Caspian and Central Asian energy resources. (
  • Most of Azerbaijan's crude is sent to the Mediterranean through pipelines crossing Georgia, and the West hopes to persuade Azerbaijan to skirt Russia also in sending its natural gas to Europe. (
  • The Turkish Parliament has approved a governmental request to deploy the Turkish troops to Azerbaijan to serve at a joint monitoring mission, with Russia tasked to watch and inspect a ceasefire between Azerbaijan and Armenia in Nagorno-Karabakh. (
  • İsmet Yılmaz, the head of the Parliament Defense Commission from the AKP ranks, recalled that Turkey and Russia would set up this mission upon the request of Azerbaijan. (
  • Russia and Turkey: Behind the Armenia-Azerbaijan Clashes? (
  • Azerbaijan and Armenia agreed on a deal with Russia to end weeks of fierce clashes over Nagorno-Karabakh on Tuesday, after Russian peacekeeping troops deployed to the war-ravaged enclave of the region. (
  • Turkey staunchly supported Azerbaijan, while Russia has a defence pact with Armenia and a military base there. (
  • Azerbaijan is the third country as per the number of DAAD Scholarship/Program applicants after USA and Russia. (
  • The Russia-brokered truce allowed Azerbaijan to reclaim control over large parts of Nagorno-Karabakh and surrounding areas that the Armenia-backed separatists controlled. (
  • With the world's eyes fixed on Ukraine, the standoff between Armenia and Azerbaijan is shifting quickly, and Russia and the United States are uncertain about how to respond . (
  • Yerevan labelled Baku's demand illegitimate, stating that Azerbaijan went ahead with construction without coordinating the route with either Armenia and Russia. (
  • ADB's country partnership strategy for Azerbaijan, 2019-2023, aims to boost private sector development, raise public sector efficiency, improve infrastructure, and strengthen human capital. (
  • The first-ever F1 race in Baku was run under the European GP race name, won by Nico Rosberg for Mercedes in 2016, before Daniel Ricciardo won the inaugural Azerbaijan GP for Red Bull in 2017, with Mercedes dominating thereafter as Hamilton secured victory in 2018 and Valtteri Bottas claimed the win in 2019. (
  • Sights from the Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix on the Baku City Circuit, in Baku, Azerbaijan, Sunday June 25, 2017. (
  • In 2017, Palgrave published the first book-length study of the International Politics of the Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict , edited by Svante Cornell. (
  • The former jeweller, his wife Kristine and their five children left Lebanon in 2017 to settle in Aghavno, a village inside the Lachin corridor that connects Nagorny Karabakh to Armenia through Azerbaijan. (
  • However, the ruling New Azerbaijan Party, in power since 1993, has been accused of authoritarian leadership and the deterioration of the country's human rights record, including increasing restrictions on civil liberties, particularly on press freedom and political repression. (
  • The harassment of dissenting voices doesn't stop at the country's borders, as Azerbaijan abuses Interpol arrest warrants to try and silence exiled human rights defenders and opposition politicians. (
  • Turkey said it will support Azerbaijan with all means necessary, as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan expressed his country's support for Azerbaijan, calling Armenia "the biggest threat to peace in the region. (
  • Azerbaijan said it reached a unilateral ceasefire decision "to stop counter-attacks and retaliatory action against the enemy in the occupied territories of the Republic of Azerbaijan" after international calls and the country's efforts to pursue a "peaceful policy," the Azerbaijan state news agency Azertac reported. (
  • In Azerbaijan, we help develop the country's non-oil sector, strengthen local lenders and boost investment in green economy. (
  • In the heart of northeastern Azerbaijan, a cluster of centuries-old stone dwellings cling to a hilltop surrounded by some of the South Caucasus country's highest mountains. (
  • Papal spokesman Joaquin Navarro-Valls told reporters that the Holy Father wanted to speak about peacemaking in Azerbaijan, not only because of that country's continuing border dispute with neighboring Armenia, but also because of the violence that has bloodied nearby lands, including Chechnya and the Balkans. (
  • Every May 28, the people of Azerbaijan celebrate the country's Independence Day. (
  • The region and seven surrounding districts are internationally recognized as part of Azerbaijan pending a solution to the status of the Nagorno-Karabakh through negotiations facilitated by the OSCE, although became de facto independent with the end of the First Nagorno-Karabakh War in 1994. (
  • As it emerged defeated three decades ago from the First Karabakh War (1988‑1994), Azerbaijan was virtually a failed state, inundated with hundreds of thousands of refugees and internally displaced persons. (
  • This crisis preceded the biggest flair up of violence along the Line of Contact (LoC) between NKR and Azerbaijan since the 1994 trilateral ceasefire agreement signed in Bishkek by Armenia, Nagorno-Karabakh and Azerbaijan. (
  • The corridor has been Karabakh's lifeline since Azerbaijan lost control of the region in 1994. (
  • Please use the form below the map to search and book hotels near Baku Airport, Azerbaijan. (
  • Heydar Aliyev, president of oil-rich Azerbaijan, has finally accepted the frailties of age, withdrawing from the October 15 presidential election in favor of his son Ilham. (
  • Azerbaijan will continue successfully to develop as a democratic country,' Mr Aliyev said in a pre-recorded TV address. (
  • In the decade since Mr Aliyev succeeded his father, Azerbaijan has been through an economic boom. (
  • Defense Secretary Robert Gates responded in June by visiting Azerbaijan to present President Aliyev with a "letter of reassurance" from President Barack Obama. (
  • Last month, Aliyev denounced as "unacceptable and biased" a comment from Macron that "Azerbaijan launched a terrible war, with many deaths, (and) atrocious scenes. (
  • Shortly after, Mr. Aliyev took Azerbaijan into the Commonwealth of Independent States and gave Lukoil, a Russian company, a 10 percent stake in the oil deal. (
  • Supporting Azerbaijan's amazing culture and promotion and preservation of its cultural heritage is part of our long-term commitment to Azerbaijan and its people. (
  • Being over 50% mountainous, many of Azerbaijan's quaintest villages and most monumental landscapes are best accessed by hiking, which is a relatively new activity in Azerbaijan. (
  • Azerbaijan provides more than 40 percent of Israel's oil imports and is a top buyer of Israel weapons, which proved a decisive gamechanger in Azerbaijan's war with Armenia last year. (
  • To make matters worse, IBA has given a $2 billion loan to Azerbaijan's state energy giant, State Oil Company of Azerbaijan Republic (SOCAR). (
  • While the former pledged that Baku would conduct a democratic contest, in accordance with OSCE standards, the latter warned that Azerbaijan's past record of holding seriously flawed elections required the strictest vigilance from the international community and pressure from Western capitals and the Council of Europe, to which Azerbaijan has applied for membership. (
  • The Azerbaijan Democratic Republic proclaimed its independence from the Transcaucasian Democratic Federative Republic in 1918 and became the first secular democratic Muslim-majority state. (
  • The name Azerbaijan was first adopted for the area of the present-day Republic of Azerbaijan by the government of Musavat in 1918, after the collapse of the Russian Empire, when the independent Azerbaijan Democratic Republic was established. (
  • Until then, the designation had been used exclusively to identify the adjacent region of contemporary northwestern Iran, while the area of the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic was formerly referred to as Arran and Shirvan. (
  • The eventual formation of the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic in 1918 established the territory of modern Azerbaijan. (
  • On May 28, 1918, the first parliamentary democracy in the Muslim world, the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic, was founded with the adoption of its Declaration of Independence. (
  • Despite facing grave internal and external challenges arising from the collapse of the czarist Russian Empire, the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic succeeded in creating effective state institutions, upholding the rights of its citizens and gaining the trust of the international community. (
  • The Azerbaijan Democratic Republic became the first Muslim nation to grant women equal political rights. (
  • The first major breakthrough in diplomatic relations came when an Azeri parliamentary delegation visited Paris, with the main goal being to gain international recognition for the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic. (
  • The Bolsheviks' invasion of April 1920 put an end to the independence of the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic. (
  • Today, the Republic of Azerbaijan, as an independent, sovereign and democratic country, brings into reality the aspirations and ideals of the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic, with its effective management, socioeconomic and human capital development, as well as its growing role and prestige in the international arena. (
  • Stalin was said to have been detained here as a young revolutionary and, legend has it, he escaped through the underground tunnel with the help of Mammad Amin Rasulzadeh, the founder of the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic. (
  • Today marks the 102nd anniversary of the establishment of the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic. (
  • Shortly thereafter, on May 28, 1918, patriotic leaders in Azerbaijan founded the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic. (
  • The Azerbaijan Democratic Republic existed only 23 months. (
  • and highlight challenges and areas that require more in-depth analysis.Azerbaijan gained independence from the Soviet Union in 1991. (
  • The modern Republic of Azerbaijan proclaimed its independence on 30 August 1991, shortly before the dissolution of the Soviet Union in the same year. (
  • Azerbaijan proclaimed its independence on 30 August 1991, before the official dissolution of the USSR . (
  • The region, effectively independent since the beginning of the Nagorno-Karabakh War in 1991, is internationally recognized as part of Azerbaijan until a final solution to its status is found through negotiations facilitated by the OSCE . (
  • But its successor, the Republic of Azerbaijan, restored independence in 1991. (
  • Azerbaijan - a nation with a Turkic and majority-Muslim population - regained its independence after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. (
  • As the number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Azerbaijan has been increasing, the country decided to take more strict measures to stem the spread of COVID-19. (
  • 710 new cases of coronavirus infection have been recorded in Azerbaijan, while 503 patients have been recovered, the Operational Headquarters under the Cabinet of Ministers told News.Az on Wednesday. (
  • Civil society activists in Azerbaijan have accused the government of using the coronavirus quarantine as a means of facilitating and excusing police violence. (
  • Foreign Policy' claims Azerbaijan granted Israel access to air bases along Iran's northern border for potential use in strike. (
  • In another report, Foreign Policy claimed that Azerbaijan had granted Israel access to air bases along Iran's northern border for potential use in a military strike against Iranian nuclear facilities. (
  • Zangezur also forms Iran's only border with Armenia and by extension, Iran's only land connection to Europe that is not dependent on Turkey and Azerbaijan. (
  • Many analysts in Iran believe Azerbaijan and Turkey seek to capture Zangezur from Armenia and control Iran's access to the Caucasus and beyond. (
  • The U.S. has the intention to create an "Azerbaijan barrier" against Iran's encroachments in the Caspian Sea. (
  • Navarro-Valls also pointed to the fighting in the early 1990s that followed the collapse of the Soviet empire, leading up to the independence of Azerbaijan. (
  • But the merits of a conflict-free Azerbaijan make it clear that bringing peace to Nagorno-Karabakh should be a top priority for the United States. (
  • a Russian Peace Force will control the Lachin corridor connecting Karabakh with Armenia and Russia's Border Service (FSB) will supervise the highway between Azerbaijan and Nakhichevan. (
  • MOSCOW -- Armenia has accused Turkey of shooting down one of its warplanes during fighting around the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh, as fears continue that a conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan could escalate into a full-scale war. (
  • The incident came as heavy fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan continued for a third day around Nagorno-Karabakh, deepening worries it could become a larger war pulling in regional powers and destabilizing an important energy corridor. (
  • The current military conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh, a mountainous enclave between Armenia and Azerbaijan, dates back to the fall of the Soviet Union. (
  • Azerbaijan and Armenia on Tuesday both accused each other of firing directly into their countries' territory beyond the Nagorno-Karabakh. (
  • Azerbaijan accuses France of backing Armenia in the two countries' decades-long conflict over the breakaway region of Nagorno-Karabakh. (
  • Using an Israeli Spike missile, Azerbaijan destroyed an air-defense system under the control of the self-proclaimed Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (NKR or Artsakh) Defense Army. (
  • The conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the Nagorno-Karabakh region in October was simply the latest in a long history of tension and conflict between the two neighbors, and the scars and devastation wrought by this long history still remains today, an Israeli-raised rabbi found out when he was allowed to tour part of the area Azerbaijan liberated in the conflict. (
  • The Turkish presence in Azerbaijan and Karabakh is of vital importance for the protection of the historic victory," he said, adding that Turkey will continue to stand with Azerbaijan. (
  • Two years after the latest ceasefire between Armenia and Azerbaijan in their decades long conflict over the Nagorno-Karabakh region, intense clashes suddenly erupted. (
  • The conditions on Karabakh-Azerbaijan contact line is currently calm. (
  • After the breakup of the Soviet Union, the independent Azerbaijan on the one side and Karabakh Armenians and independent Armenia on the other side went to war, leading to mass displacement and ethnic cleansing. (
  • Ceasefire violations now occur not only in and around Nagorno-Karabakh but also occasionally across the not-yet-demarcated boundary between Azerbaijan and Armenia. (
  • The corridor is currently under the supervision of Russian peacekeepers deployed to the region in the wake of the war between Armenia and Azerbaijan for the control of the Karabakh. (
  • In 2015, CACI & SRSP released the Silk Road Paper "A Western Strategy for the South Caucasus" , which included a full page of recommendations for the U.S. and EU on the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict. (
  • However, the case of Maral Najarian proves that there are countless more civilian Armenians suffering in prison in Azerbaijan. (
  • For Yerevan, the greatest obstacle to peace appears to be Armenians detained in Azerbaijan . (
  • But their destruction was also a broader violation of human rights - not only against ethnic Armenians but all citizens of Azerbaijan who were denied a chance to explore and appreciate an often inconvenient history. (
  • The space for human rights defenders (HRDs) and NGOs has been steadily shrinking in Azerbaijan. (
  • Moreover, Israel's cooperation with Azerbaijan has endowed it with "soft power" among ethnic Azerbaijanis in Iran, who form one-third of the Islamic Republic's population. (
  • The world's largest number of ethnic Azerbaijanis furthermore live in Iran followed by the Azerbaijan Republic. (
  • In reality, Tehran seeks to prevent the emergence of a strong and wealthy Azerbaijan that would act as a magnet for Azerbaijanis living in communities in the northern part of Iran. (
  • We emphasize with regret that Pelosi, who speaks of justice, has not purposefully shown any position until today regarding the policy of aggression of Armenia against Azerbaijan, the occupation of the territory of Azerbaijan for almost 30 years, the ethnic cleansing of hundreds of thousands of Azerbaijanis and other similar grave crimes, for which Armenia is responsible," the ministry said. (
  • Leila Abdullaeva, head of the Azerbaijan foreign ministry's press department, alleged Friday that, since the ceasefire, Armenia has prevented Azerbaijanis from returning to their homes through indiscriminate mining of the former occupied territories and refusing to provide mine maps to Azerbaijan. (
  • The earliest evidence of human settlement in the territory of Azerbaijan dates back to the late Stone Age and is related to the Guruchay culture of Azykh Cave. (
  • The territory though is still recognized internationally as the territory of Azerbaijan, which has never given up its claim to it. (
  • Iranian officials have accused Azerbaijan of hosting Israeli forces who have used its territory to launch attacks inside Iran. (
  • Azerbaijan has denied that it has allowed Israel to use its territory to launch attacks in Iran. (
  • Armenia has accused Azerbaijan of trying to advance into its territory, after deadly fighting between the countries broke out overnight. (
  • Azerbaijan has insisted that its soldiers were deployed to what it considers its territory in areas where the border has yet to be demarcated. (
  • Yesterday's landmark natural gas project deal between Turkey and Azerbaijan threatens Nabucco's future, the lingering plan to carry the Caspian resources to energy-hungry Europe, according to many sector professionals. (
  • The Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB) President M. Rifat Hisarcıklıoğlu participated in the roundtable with the heads of NGOs in the business worlds of Turkey and Azerbaijan. (
  • I make a short stop at a park dedicated to the friendship between Turkey and Azerbaijan. (
  • In May of 2016, two of our comrades in Azerbaijan, Qiyas Ibrahimov and Bayram Mammadov, were arrested for spraypainting the monument of the former dictator Haydar Aliev. (
  • This study aimed to estimate the HBV and HCV incidence rate from 2011 to 2016 in East Azerbaijan, Islamic Republic of Iran. (
  • Pro-government politicians and some analysts in Yerevan believe that this will discourage Azerbaijan from acting on its frequent threats to resolve the dispute by force. (
  • The deal was signed on August 20 during Russian President Dmitry Medvedev's visit to Yerevan following reports that Moscow plans to sell S-300 air-defense systems to Azerbaijan. (
  • YEREVAN, Armenia (AP) - The speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, said Sunday that the United States deplores recent attacks by Azerbaijan and called for a negotiated solution to the countries' conflict. (
  • YEREVAN, Armenia (AP) - Armenia and Azerbaijan on Thursday traded blame for border clashes in which officials say at least one soldier was killed and two others were wounded amid simmering tensions between the ex-Soviet neighbors. (
  • Strong cooperation is in place with the Azerbaijan Red Crescent Society (AzRCS) to assess the needs, extend relevant support and strengthen capacity, in coordination with the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC). (
  • For a quarter of a century, Israel and Azerbaijan have maintained deep strategic cooperation that touches on national security issues of the highest importance to both sides. (
  • Increased cooperation between Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan is likely to emerge beyond the sphere of energy. (
  • Thus, relations between Azerbaijan and the member countries of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation began expanding. (
  • The "cautious" policy Washington used to follow toward Azerbaijan and Georgia has now assumed a more active nature, and has led to the strengthening of American military cooperation with Tbilisi and Baku. (
  • A joint statement "On cooperation in military and defense spheres between Azerbaijan and the United States" was signed then. (
  • On March 27-28, first round of Azerbaijan-American consultations on issues of bilateral military cooperation took place. (
  • In the press-conference, it was emphasized several times that the United States and Azerbaijan are just beginning military cooperation, and its concrete spheres will be discussed during forthcoming visits of a delegation of the U.S. European headquarters military forces to Azerbaijan. (
  • And Nakhchivan, the enigmatic autonomous region separated from the rest of Azerbaijan by a slither of Armenia, is home to arid, rocky ranges of the Lesser Caucasus Mountains largely untrodden by tourists and inhabited by a completely different set of wildlife, including the almost mythical Caucasian leopard. (
  • Our Azerbaijan travel guide reveals a nation defined by the Caucasus Mountains and the Caspian Sea, where ancient villages are still cut off every winter, and mountains shoot out flames. (
  • two others are local branches of Caucasus Development Bank and majority state-owned International Bank of Azerbaijan . (
  • The Central Asia-Caucasus Institute & Silk Road Studies Program have a long track record of covering the Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict. (
  • Even if Israel doesn't use the fields for a direct air strike on Iran, Azerbaijan could still prove useful for Jerusalem's interests in the region. (
  • A report last month in The Times of London said that Azerbaijan was teeming with Mossad agents working to collect intelligence on the Islamic Republic of Iran, quoting an unnamed agent as saying that Baku was "ground zero for intelligence work. (
  • Tensions between Iran and Azerbaijan have increased amid a military maneuver conducted by Iran near its border with Azerbaijan and Armenia. (
  • They comprise the largest ethnic group in Republic of Azerbaijan and by far the second-largest ethnic group in neighbouring Iran. (
  • Azerbaijan has just recalled its ambassador from Iran for consultations, mirroring the action Iran took some weeks ago. (
  • Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz said on Tuesday that the flow of natural gas from Azerbaijan completely stopped due to a technical problem, while there was a reduction in the amount of gas from Iran. (
  • Both Iran and Azerbaijan provide Turkey with 40 million cubic metres of gas daily through a pipeline called the 'eastern line' but this amount dropped by about 15 percent due to the technical problems, said the minister. (
  • However, there is a lack of up-to-date data from East Azerbaijan province in the Islamic Republic of Iran. (
  • The end of the war might eventually bring the parties to a peace agreement and allow for regular overland transport between Azerbaijan, Armenia and Turkey. (
  • The possible shooting down of the aircraft further escalated tensions between Armenia and Turkey, which backs Azerbaijan and which Armenia has already accused of providing military support in the current fighting. (
  • Chicago Department of Public Health and the Pennsylvania arrived at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago, Illinois, Department of Agriculture investigated potential human expo- from Baku, Azerbaijan, a country designated by CDC as sures to dog A. During June 10-13, dog A traveled by private being at high risk for DMRVV. (
  • In 1920, the country was incorporated into the Soviet Union as the Azerbaijan SSR. (
  • Azerbaijan is a developing country and ranks 88th on the Human Development Index. (
  • Commenting on the U.S. State Department's latest statement, parliament deputy Aidin Mirzazade, a member of the ruling New Azerbaijan Party (YAP) Political Council, said that the United States' attention to the processes taking place in an allied country is a 'welcome case, but unfortunately, this attention is often based on incorrect information. (
  • Overall, since the start, bp itself and together with its co-venturers in the joint ventures that bp operates in Azerbaijan, has spent around $103 million on social investment projects in this country. (
  • The Bank's strategy in the country focuses on helping Azerbaijan to diversify its economy and develop the non-oil private sector. (
  • Oil revenues have already fuelled a high-profile construction frenzy in the former Soviet state of Azerbaijan, but in an attempt to raise its profile further, the Caspian Sea country is looking to build the tallest building in the world. (
  • Foreign media have reported that Israel Aerospace Industries sold $1.6 billion worth of military platforms to an Asian country, later identified as Azerbaijan. (
  • If U.S. policymakers assess Azerbaijan on its merits, they will recognize that it is a burgeoning Eurasian telecom hub and the Eurasian country farthest ahead in developing human capital. (
  • The rise of Azerbaijan has vindicated Brzezinski and his cohort, but even as the country grows stronger and fulfills the role envisioned for it, the geostrategic approach grows weaker. (
  • Understand the latest market trends and future growth opportunities for the Ice Cream and Frozen Desserts industry in Azerbaijan with research from Euromonitor International's team of in-country analysts - experts by industry and geographic specialisation. (
  • Azerbaijan plans to build the world's tallest building 3,645 feet high thanks to its vast wealth amassed from its oil revenues. (
  • As Azerbaijan enjoys its relatively newfound status among oil- rich nations, it's looking to join the seemingly endless race to construct the world's tallest tower. (
  • AZERBAIJAN is ready to sign a large-scale oil development contract with a consortium of Western oil companies which should see it become one of the world's principal oil exporters by the end of the decade, Azeri officials say. (
  • The Azerbaijan foreign ministry said it had been "carefully documenting and compiling evidence of gross human rights abuses" by Armenia for its own legal action. (
  • On 12 September 2013, the Secretary General of the Hague Conference on Private International Law formally opened the six month period for existing Members to vote on the proposal of the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs to admit the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Republic of Singapore as new Members of the Organisation. (
  • On May 18, Azerbaijan drew the ire of the OSCE Minsk Group and the Russian Foreign Ministry when it broke the shaky ceasefire agreed to by the warring parties last year. (
  • The Azerbaijan Foreign Ministry sharply criticized her comments. (
  • The sides also reached an agreement on the establishment of a joint committee of representatives of the Defense ministry of Azerbaijan and the US military attaché. (
  • This is the second SPP visit between Azerbaijan Ministry of Defense OCC Battalion doctors and Oklahoma National Guard medical personnel this year. (
  • WE Forward is an established transport services provider operating in Azerbaijan since 1993. (
  • Azerbaijan is a Contracting State to the Convention of 5 October 1961 Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation For Foreign Public Documents and the Convention of 29 May 1993 on Protection of Children and Co-operation in Respect of Intercountry Adoption . (
  • Moreover, Azerbaijan participated, as invited State, in the Special Commission meetings held in 2005 on the 1993 Intercountry Adoption Convention, in 2012 on Choice of Law in International Contracts, and in 2012 on the Apostille Convention. (
  • As an English-language private media outlet in Azerbaijan, News.Az Online News Agency aims to raise awareness of the world community about Azerbaijan, its domestic and foreign policy, economy, culture and traditions, as well as about its people. (
  • The recent Eurovision song contest catapulted Azerbaijan into world news and focused attention on its internal problems. (
  • The State Civil Aviation Agency reports that on 21 May the presidents of Azerbaijan and Serbia signed the Agreement on Air Communication. (
  • We support the national security, territorial integrity and sovereignty of Azerbaijan. (
  • Park Inn Azerbaijan is located near the harbor of the Caspian Sea in the centre of Baku. (
  • Their main aim is to secure the capital they have invested in Azerbaijan and its energy projects in the Caspian Sea. (
  • The same week that Azerbaijan attacked the air-defense system, the International Bank of Azerbaijan (IBA) defaulted on a $100 million loan payment and filed for Chapter 15 bankruptcy in New York courts. (
  • On May 15 -- the same day Azerbaijan destroyed the NKR air-defense system -- Moody's downgraded the foreign-currency senior unsecured debt rating of the IBA to 'Caa3' from 'B1' and "placed it on review for downgrade following its announced debt restructuring. (
  • The head of the U.S. delegation, Mira Rickardel, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Eurasia, and Eyvaz Jafarov, deputy chief of the general headquarters of the military forces of Azerbaijan, signed a joint statement. (
  • With new roads, technology and a possible influx of tourists, change is on the horizon, but for the present, venturing to such remote mountainous parts of Azerbaijan still feels like time travel. (
  • If we say that Azerbaijan has carried out aggression against Armenia, it means that they have managed to establish control over some territories," Russia's Tass agency quoted him as saying. (
  • In response, Armenia supplied maps of mines it had laid in Azerbaijan , which shall aid clearance operations to make territories safe once again for civilians. (
  • Azerbaijan has gotten to work reconstructing the newly-liberated territories. (
  • The independence of those states, Brzezinski explains, "can be rendered nearly meaningless if Azerbaijan becomes fully subordinated to Moscow's control. (
  • Standardization of control systems at airports and in the air space of Azerbaijan. (
  • The governmental Azerbaijan National Agency for Mine Action (ANAMA) found that unguided Smerch artillery rockets and Scud-B ballistic missiles were used in attacks on Ganja between October 4 and 17, killing 32 civilians. (
  • Armenia dragged rival Azerbaijan to the UN's top court on Thursday, accusing it of decades of rights abuses including last year's war over a disputed region. (
  • Armenia is taking its decades long territorial dispute with Azerbaijan - that erupted into armed conflict again last year - to the United Nations' highest court. (
  • This most recent exchange continued that decades-long SPP collaboration, while allowing 137th SOMDG Air Advisors to learn firsthand how the Azerbaijan military trains its troops for combat medical response and offer suggestions for how they could modulate their training to work toward that NATO interoperability. (
  • Five years ago this month an ancient cemetery in a remote region of southerwestern Azerbaijan was wiped off the face of the earth . (
  • Azerbaijan is a unitary semi-presidential republic. (
  • The mission of National Oncology Centre is to eliminate cancer in Azerbaijan Republic through dedicated programs that integrate quality patient care, research and prevention, and through education for graduate students, residents, employees, patients and the general public. (
  • Based on the reality of being part of the Islamic world, the Republic of Azerbaijan, from the first days of its sovereignty, sought to consolidate fraternal relations with brotherly Muslim countries. (
  • On April 28, 1920 the Bolshevik 11th Red Army occupied Azerbaijan and the republic collapsed. (
  • Azerbaijan will host the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest from May 22 to May 26 at the Crystal Hall in Baku. (
  • With Moscow increasingly isolated on the world stage following its February invasion of Ukraine, the EU and the United States have taken a leading role in mediating the Armenia-Azerbaijan peace talks. (
  • On Friday, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov insisted Moscow was "continuing its work on facilitating" talks between Armenia and Azerbaijan. (
  • Last month, Russian President Vladimir Putin hosted leaders of Armenia and Azerbaijan for talks in Sochi. (
  • listen ) ) is Azerbaijan 's third largest city, with a population of around 335,600. (
  • The ruined city of Ağdam in southwestern Azerbaijan once had a population of over 150,000 people, but today it's an almost entirely uninhabited ghost town. (
  • At the same time, over half of the poor population in Azerbaijan live in rural areas, and face poor infrastructure and unreliable drinking water, gas and electricity supply. (
  • This article is about the demographic features of the population of Azerbaijan , including population density , ethnicity , education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population. (
  • The names of these judges are listed in a letter sent to PACE Secretary General Wojciech Sawicki by ambassador, permanent representative of Azerbaijan to the Council of Europe Emin Eyyubov. (
  • Members of the Azerbaijan military provided support to Afghanistan for many years and were among the last troops who left Kabul International Airport, said Khazar Ibrahim, Azerbaijan ambassador to the United States, on a visit to Oklahoma earlier this year. (
  • A requirement for rabies vaccination certificates alone isolate from a dog in Azerbaijan in 2002. (
  • Complete rabies virus nucleoprotein and glycoprotein sequences displayed high identity (approximately 99.5% and 99%, respectively) with a reference rabies virus isolate from a dog in Azerbaijan in 2002. (
  • Even after its adoption, Azerbaijan was denied US aid until 2002. (
  • The 137th SOMDG learned firsthand how the Azerbaijan military trains its troops for combat medical response and will develop doctrine that the Azerbaijan military can use to work toward becoming interoperable with NATO forces. (
  • Tehran's policies toward these states reveals the realpolitik core of Iranian foreign policy, especially in relation to the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict. (
  • On October 4th, Kamal Kharazi, a former Iranian foreign minister and the current head of Strategic Council on Foreign Relations, warned Azerbaijan against making a "strategic mistake" that could lead to war. (
  • Azerbaijan has indeed been significantly affected by the ideology of the Iranian-trained clerics, since Tehran has consistently exploited any unrest to strengthen its political weight there. (
  • In East Azerbaijan, one of the most populous Iranian provinces, the prevalence of HBV and HCV was reported to be 1.2% in 2000 (9). (
  • We have finished the real negotiations,'' says Natik Aliev, president of SOCAR, the Azerbaijan state oil company. (
  • It depends only on SOCAR and Azerbaijan. (