Azerbaijan to spare no efforts to defend Justice, int’l law

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President Ilham Aliyev has said that as the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) chairman Azerbaijan will spare no effort to defend justice, international law and NAM member states’ legitimate interests. He made the remarks in a vide format address to the High-Level Commemorative Meeting to mark the NAM's  60th anniversary held in Serbia’s Belgrade on October 11. “ Azerbaijan as the chair of the NAM will spare no effort to further strengthen the NAM’s role in addressing global challenges in international relations and defend justice, international law and the legitimate interests of the NAM Member States,” the president said. Bandung principles Speaking about the Bandung principles, that is respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity, refraining from acts of aggression, and the non-interference in internal affairs, Aliyev described them as valid and essential in current international relations. “If the Bandung…
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PKK IN ARMENIA: THE INVOLVEMENT OF PKK TERRORISTS IN THE WAR BETWEEN ARMENIA AND AZERBAIJAN

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6th October, 2021 Bakhdeh romeh tunin eh, or “You cannot trust the Turk'': Armenians believe that this adage of Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) terrorists perfectly describes the similarity that paved a path for the development of strong Armenia–PKK ties based on a “common enemy” principle. Notwithstanding this, the previously existing networks and contacts with Kurdish nationalists during the period of the Ottoman Empire were just as significant, if not more decisive. As a consequence, Armenia values the PKK as by far one of its most significant partners with influence in the Middle East and beyond. This liaison stretches throughout the South Caucasus and has already been involved in both of the Karabakh Wars. The binder here is Armenia’s Yezidi-Kurdish community, which smooths the overall process, helps with the implementation of…
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PKK IN ARMENIA: THE INVOLVEMENT OF PKK TERRORISTS IN THE WAR BETWEEN ARMENIA AND AZERBAIJAN

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6th October, 2021 Bakhdeh romeh tunin eh, or “You cannot trust the Turk'': Armenians believe that this adage of Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) terrorists perfectly describes the similarity that paved a path for the development of strong Armenia–PKK ties based on a “common enemy” principle. Notwithstanding this, the previously existing networks and contacts with Kurdish nationalists during the period of the Ottoman Empire were just as significant, if not more decisive. As a consequence, Armenia values the PKK as by far one of its most significant partners with influence in the Middle East and beyond. This liaison stretches throughout the South Caucasus and has already been involved in both of the Karabakh Wars. The binder here is Armenia’s Yezidi-Kurdish community, which smooths the overall process, helps with the implementation of…
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March to pay tribute to memory of Patriotic War martyrs was held in BakuVictorious Commander-in-Chief, President Ilham Aliyev and First Lady Mehriban Aliyeva joined the march Baku, September 27, AZERTAC A march, as a sign of deep respect for Azerbaijani soldiers and officers, who died in the battles for the territorial integrity of the country, as well as for the killed civilians and missing Azerbaijanis during the Patriotic War, was held in Baku on September 27 – the Day of Remembrance. Victorious Commander-in-Chief, President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev and First Lady Mehriban Aliyeva attended the march. The head of state then laid the foundation stone for the Patriotic War Memorial Complex and the Museum of Victory. A nationwide moment of silence to honor the memory of the…
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Azerbaijani president reconfirms readiness for dialogue with Armenia

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"I would like to hope that this is so, because Azerbaijan has repeatedly stated its readiness to start a dialogue with Armenia. It is not just about starting a dialogue, but also about the future peace agreement between Azerbaijan and Armenia. The war is over, the conflict has been resolved."Report informs that on September 28, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev said this in an interview with France-24 TV channel, while answering a question that "Exactly a year has passed since the beginning of the war between Azerbaijan and Armenia, which your country won in 44 days. For the first time since the end of the war, the foreign ministers of the two countries - Azerbaijan and Armenia - have met. Does this mean a resumption of dialogue between the two sides and…
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Throughout history, the country known today as Azerbaijan was a key location on The Silk Road, the ancient network of trade routes connecting Central Asia with the West

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Today, 21st Century technologies have changed the landscape of transport, logistics and cargo shipping beyond recognition. Once again, however, Azerbaijan is at the forefront of transport infrastructure across the wider region, with investment in major projects to futureproof the country’s exporting potential. Since 2000, Azerbaijan’s capital, Baku, has been home to the Permanent Secretariat of the ICG TRACECA (Transport Corridor Europe-Caucasus-Asia) an international intergovernmental commission to strengthen economic relations, trade and transport links between the European Union and 12 member states of the Eastern European, Caucasus and Central Asian region. Originally funded by the European Commission, the project has been entirely financed by member countries since 2009. TRACECA has working groups covering maritime transport, aviation, road and rail, transport security, and transport infrastructure. All roads lead to Azerbaijan According to…
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No:314/21, Commentary of the Press Service Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Azerbaijan on the statements of Armenian officials inciting separatism in the territories of Azerbaijan

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We strongly condemn the statements of the Prime Minister and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Armenia dated September 2, 2021, which serve to incite separatism in the Karabakh region of Azerbaijan.  This unacceptable behavior of a country that does not denounce the unfounded claims on the historic territories of Azerbaijan within its internationally recognized borders, as well as the falsification of history, that grossly violates principles of the international law, and does not draw conclusions from the deplorable situation it found itself in as a result of its aggressive policy is only the result of a sick imagination. Armenian officials may try to misrepresent as many historical facts and laws as they want, but this will not change the truth. Karabakh is the historical territory of Azerbaijan, an integral…
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APPEAL by the Commissioner for Human Rights Ombudsman of the Republic of Azerbaijan in connection with September 21 – the International Day of Peace

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The International Day of Peace was recognized on November 30, 1981, by the General Assembly of the United Nations. On September 28, 2001, in accordance with a unanimous resolution of the General Assembly, September 21 is marked around the world as the International Day of Peace. Today, the establishment of peace in the world is also important in terms of achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals, as it is one of the most pressing global problems in the current day, which stands as a prerequisite to human rights, as well as poses serious obstacles to the sustainable development of mankind.  The theme of the International Day of Peace for 2021 is “Recovering Better for an Equitable and Sustainable World”. Ensuring peace and security is one of the most important factors for…
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No:334/21, Statement by H.E. Mr. Jeyhun Bayramov, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Azerbaijan, 37th Meeting of the Council of Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the GUAM

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STATEMENT by H.E. Mr. Jeyhun Bayramov, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Azerbaijan 37th Meeting of the Council of Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the GUAM (22 September 2021) Dear Secretary-General, Dear colleagues, It is the first physical meeting of the GUAM Council of Foreign Ministers (CMFA) since the COVID-19 lockdown of 2020 and I am very pleased to join it. I express my appreciation to the Georgian Chairmanship for arranging this important meeting. When countries as close as ours get together, we always look for operations and opportunities to do more, and today will be no exception.  As a regional organization, GUAM provides an important platform to build sustainable peace and development. Our cooperation is based on shared commitment and respect to the universally recognized rules and principles…
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No:330/21, Information of the Press Service Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Azerbaijan on the meeting of Minister Jeyhun Bayramov with the UNDP Resident Representative Alessandro Fracassetti

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On September 17, 2021, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Azerbaijan Jeyhun Bayramov received the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Resident Representative in Azerbaijan Alessandro Fracassetti upon termination of his term in Azerbaijan. Minister Jeyhun Bayramov noted the successful activities of the Resident Representative in Azerbaijan and thanked Alessandro Fracassetti in this regard. Noting that Azerbaijan attaches importance to the cooperation with the UN and its specialized agencies, Minister Jeyhun Bayramov highlighted the relations with the UNDP in this regard. Noting with satisfaction the work done during Alessandro Fracassetti’s term in a number of areas, especially in the implementation of sustainable development goals, the Minister said that there are opportunities to further expand this cooperation in the future. Alessandro Fracassetti, in his turn, expressed gratitude for the attention…
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