azerbaijan

Motor racing-Azerbaijan Formula One GP postponed due to coronavirus

Preparation of the street circuit, which requires the installation of extensive safety fencing and barriers as well as the sealing of drain covers and asphalting, would have had to start soon.

By REUTERS
23/03/2020
Azerbaijani Minister of Finance Samir Sharifov attending AIPAC's annual policy conference
The impact of AIPAC’s ‘international’ pro-Israel advocacy

The packed event attracted 18,000 people, including 4,000 students, and presidents from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Columbia, Estonia and Serbia.

First Shi'ite country: Azerbaijan’s historic speech at AIPAC conference

Recorded history shows that Jews have lived in Azerbaijan for 2,600 years; an estimated 30,000 currently live there.

A woman casts her vote at a polling station during a snap parliamentary election in Baku, Azerbaijan
Lessons for Israel from Azerbaijan’s election

Two of the three Israelis who traveled to Azerbaijan as foreign observers in the country's recent snap election have said that Israel could learn a few things from them.

Azerbaijan broadens the horizons of cooperation: balanced foreign policy

Azerbaijan evolving role as an international player capable of accommodating to entities and interests cutting across diverse geographic distances, identities and religions.

By ESMIRA JAFAROVA
10/02/2020
President Reuven Rivlin holding a working meeting with President Armen Sarkissian of Armenia.
Armenia’s antisemitism? The truth is different

Armenia sent its highest-ranking citizen to the World Holocaust Forum in Jerusalem, H.E. Armen Sarkissian, the president of Armenia.

By YOAV LOEFF
27/01/2020
Garegin Nzhdeh monument, Yerevan
At Auschwitz liberation tribute, Israel should study tale of two monuments

The Germans continue to acknowledge, confront and apologize for their dark past. In contrast, Lithuanians, Armenians, Poles and others are rewriting and distorting their roles in this tragic history.

‘Black January’ became the starting point of Azerbaijan’s independence

Despite bloody events in Baku, the day of January 20, 1990, became a page of heroism in the history of the struggle for the independence and territorial integrity of Azerbaijan.

18/01/2020
The light in the world of darkness

Throughout history Zoroastrianism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam and other religions had a mutual impact on the culture of Azerbaijan and on one another.

By JAVID MAMMADZADE
01/01/2020
The geostrategic achievements of Azerbaijan and the TANAP project

Within the South Caucasus, Azerbaijan, with its natural gas and oil resources, is of particular importance in terms of energy as a key supplier for Western markets.

By BAYRAM ALIYEV
26/12/2019
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