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‘Elections in Nagorno Karabakh possible only in line with Azerbaijani laws’

Elections in Nagorno Karabakh can be held only in line with Azerbaijani laws.

According to the website for the New Azerbaijan Party, the statement came from chief of the Azerbaijani community of Nagorno Karabakh Bayram Safarov.

“No legal elections are possible in Nagorno Karabakh now. Karabakh is an Azerbaijani territory and elections there are possible only in line with Azerbaijani laws. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted by admin Posted in: Azerbaijan Press No Comments » September 2011


Nagorno Karabakh on OSCE Parliamentary Assembly session agenda

Nagorno Karabakh conflict will be discussed at the autumn session of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly in Dubrovnik, Croatia on October 7-11.

The statement came from vice-speaker of the Azerbaijani parliament, head of the Azerbaijani delegation to the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly Bahar Muradova in her interview to the website of the New Azerbaijan Party (YAP).

According to Bahar Muradova, the Azerbaijani delegation many times put forward initiatives to hold such discussions. She said OSCE PA President and Special Representative for the South Caucasus Joao Soares said they would try to organize such discussions. Read the rest of this entry »

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Russian official, EU envoy discuss Karabakh conflict

Deputy Foreign Minister of Russia Grigori Karasin met with new European Union special envoy on South Caucasus Philippe Leforte upon his request today.

The meeting exchanged views on problems in the South Caucasus, including EU co-chairmanship at the Geneva discussions, according to official website of the Russian Foreign Ministry. Read the rest of this entry »

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Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry comments on Armenian event in US Congress

The evening dedicated to the 20th anniversary of “establishment” of the separatist regime of Karabakh was held at the Golden Hall of the Congress.

Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry commented on the evening organized by the Armenians in the US Congress regarding the 20th anniversary of “establishment” of the separatist regime of Nagorno-Karabakh. Read the rest of this entry »

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Central Asia, the Caucasus, and 21st-century security

By  Ross Wilson.

Great conflicts and security challenges of the 20th century took place in Europe and Asia. Since 2001, Afghanistan and Iraq have been leading preoccupations for foreign policy and security planners in both the East and the West. But other states in the region where Eurasia abuts South Asia and the Middle East – especially Central Asia and the Caucasus – look vulnerable. No state in this region is really succeeding. They are variously burdened by inadequate and often authoritarian governance, immense economic problems, corruption, environmental, social, security and other challenges. Interstate and interethnic conflicts abound. Connections with the outside world remain limited aside from the energy ties that Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan have forged. Relations among regional states are limited as well, and not just because of interstate issues. It is not unfair to say that long-term stability remains a goal, not a state of being for the Caucasus and Central Asia. This region could be a global nightmare, if not flashpoint, in 10, 20 or 30 years’ time. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted by admin Posted in: Turkish Press No Comments » September 2011