Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan and Afghanistan have signed a roadmap for cooperation on the Lapis Lazuli transit and transport corridor, Turkmenistan Foreign Ministry reported on its official website. The signing of the roadmap followed a trilateral online meeting of the heads of the interagency group of Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan and Afghanistan. The group
The Azerbaijani Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary signed a Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation within the Stipendium Hungaricum program for 2021-2023. In accordance with the relevant decree of the president of Azerbaijan, the memorandum was signed by Minister of Education Emin Amrullayev
On January 1, Prime Minister of the Republic of Bulgaria Boyko Borissov telephoned President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev. Boyko Borissov said the delivery of the Azerbaijani gas to Bulgaria as part of TAP project was a crucial event, adding that it was highly appreciated. President Ilham Aliyev
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
Azerbaijan accounted for 18.7 percent of total volume of fuel imported to neighbouring Georgia in January-July in 2020, becoming second largest fuel supplier to Georgia after Russia, local media reported with the reference to the Union of Oil Products Importers of Georgia on August 13. The country’s fuel exports to
Premier-minister Georgy Gahariya, head of the Ministry of economy and sustainable development Natia Turnava and international representatives held the opening ceremony of second Gardaban thermal power plant (Kvemo Kartli region) on 17 of January. It is twice as effective as the previous ones.