Azerbaijan, Georgia aim to boost inter-parliamentary cooperation for peace and security in region

Speaker of the Georgian Parliament, Archil Talakvadze, met the newly-appointed Ambassador of Azerbaijan to Georgia, Faig Guliyev. The sides discussed historically friendly and partnership relations and accentuated intensification of inter-parliamentary cooperation for peace and security in the region. Discussions also focused on global COVID-19 pandemic related challenges, restoration of trade

The perpetrators in the David-Gareji case will be determined by the investigation – Gakharia

The opposition, which makes provocative statements about David-Gareji, made a great contribution to the aggravation of this issue a year and a half ago, said Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia, answering a question from journalists. International experts confirm Georgia’s claims to the disputed territory of David Gareji >> As Gakharia

Turkey wants to become energetically independent with the help of its “little brother”

Being Turkey’s top gas supplier signals that Azerbaijan is gradually becoming a “tool” in Turkey’s geopolitical manoeuvres for imposing competition on Russia and weakening Moscow’s positions on the gas market. Azerbaijan has become Turkey’s major gas supplier and this could have major geopolitical ramifications for the region. But it also

Nagorno-Karabakh’s Azerbaijani community: Armenia raised terrorism, vandalism to state level

The recent belligerent statement made by the regime set up in Azerbaijan’s Armenian-occupied Nagorno-Karabakh region is another manifestation of Yerevan’s aggression, hatred against Azerbaijan, and Azerbaijanophobia. The Azerbaijani Community of the Nagorno-Karabakh made this remark in response to the statement made by the separatist regime’s leader that Armenian can strike