Monthly Archives: January 2011
President of the European Commission Jose Manuel Barroso said in his interview to a group of journalists in Baku, that a commercial decision must be made on Nabucco project.
Foreign Affairs/Nagorno-Karabagh; South Caucasus/Nagorno-karabagh
A senior US official has stated that NATO allies Washington and Ankara have been working for the same goal regarding Iran’s nuclear program despite differences in the past.
“Russia and Azerbaijan have chosen a line of mutual relations, which we call a strategic partnership. An absolute respect for sovereignty and freedom of action to each other, the balance of mutual interests is basis for it”, stressed Dorokhin.
Georgia and the Islamic Republic of Iran will start their visa-free travel mechanism from January 26 this year
Armenian, Azerbaijani and Russian foreign ministers are expected to meet this month, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said during a press conference in Moscow
The Russian Federal Drug Control Service in cooperation with the relevant bodies of Azerbaijan seized about a ton of Afghan hashish, intended for distribution in Russia.
US Armenians start campaign against newly-appointed ambassador to Azerbaijan Matthew Bryza.
Nagorno-Karabakh, a mountainous area in the South Caucasus, has a troubled history. In 1923, Stalin made the region a part of Azerbaijan, despite the fact that most of the population was Armenian. Two decades ago, following the demise of the Soviet Union, Armenia helped the region fight a war of secession