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Azerbaijan calls on EU to show same sensitivity for Nagorno-Karabakh over Crimea

Azerbaijan has called on the European Union to show the same sensitivity as it has displayed for Ukraine on Crimea on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, which remains frozen after a two-decade stalemate.

Elkhan Suleymanov, chair of the Azerbaijan delegation to the EuroNest Parliamentary Assembly and a member of the Council of Europe, addressed top EU officials over the issue last week, saying there were “strong discrepancies in the behavior of the European Union related to such illegal attacks against the territorial integrity and sovereignty of countries in the Eastern Partnership of the EU” vis-à-vis the Crimean crisis. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted by blogger Posted in: Turkish Press No Comments » March 2014


First Turkish-Azeri made movie touches on Karabakh problem

Turkey and Azerbaijan are building on their already-close cooperation on strategic ties by exploring cultural and social dimensions with a new, full-length film, “Caucasus,” which focuses on the Nagorno-Karabakh problem.

The premiere of “Caucasus” took place at London’s famous Bafta Venue (British Academy of Film and Television Arts) on March 12 with the participation of Ünal Çeviköz and Fahrettin Kurbanov, Turkey and Azerbaijan’s respective ambassadors to London; its director and leading man, Erhan Güleryüz; lead actress Tuğçe Kazaz; Ceyhun Osmanlı, an Azeri lawmaker and co-producer of the film; representatives from the Hasen (Caspian Strategy Institute), sponsor of the film; as well as representatives from the Turkish and Azeri community residing in the United Kingdom. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted by blogger Posted in: Uncategorized No Comments » March 2014