Azerbaijan signs co-op roadmap on Lapis Lazuli corridor with Turkmenistan, Afghanistan

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

Azerbaijani schoolchildren gain their first achievement in 2021 with Azercell’s support

Azerbaijani teens won 15 medals in International Zhautykov Olympiad Supported by Azercell, Azerbaijani schoolchildren demonstrated high results at the 17th International Zhautykov Olympiad held in Almaty, Kazakhstan on January 7-12. Azerbaijani teams won a total of 15 medals in the science competition in mathematics, physics, and computer science held online.

Azerbaijan, Hungary sign memorandum of understanding on cooperation in education

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

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

Peter Tase: Open Society Foundations’ headquarters in Armenia – real political risk for Caucasus region

Open Society Foundations are a menace to European nations and encourage governments to operate in secrecy, violate human rights and conduct public spending outside of the public eyes, Peter M. Tase, the US expert on European and Latin American Politics, told Trend. Tase noted that Open Society Foundations established by