Mar 11 2015 - 19:17
Azerbaijani Defense Minister Zakir Hasanov and Croatian Deputy Foreign Minister Josko Klisovic have met in Zagreb and discussed development of security cooperation. Hasanov noted that Armenia was the main threat to stability in the South Caucasus. He added that the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict should be resolved according to international law and the principles of territorial integrity, Interfax-Azerbaijan reports.
Mar 5 2015 - 21:31
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov proposed reviving the Nabucco West pipeline project at a meeting with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev yesterday. Bulgarian Vice prime Minister Ivailo Kalfin said at a meeting with Constantine Kosachev, the head of Russia's Federation Council Committee on International Relations, that Bulgaria had other sources of gas than Russia.
Mar 5 2015 - 16:32
The Caspian Sea states have agreed on six points of the draft convention on the legal status of the Caspian Sea after two days of talks in Baku at the level of the working group, the Deputy Foreign Minister of Iran, Ibrahim Ragimpur, said.The Caspian Sea states have reached an agreement on some controversial points in the draft convention.
Mar 5 2015 - 13:02
The presidents of Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan and Turkey will visit Ashgabat for a summit on the promotion of the Trans-Anatolian Gas Pipeline project (TANAP) and the construction of the Trans-Caspian gas pipeline, a joint statement of the presidents of Turkey and Turkmenistan - Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov said.
Mar 2 2015 - 15:58
The common interests of good neighborliness is more important for the Caspian states than differences in economic interests, the deputy head of the Editorial Council of Vestnik Kavkaza, the director general of the Institute for Caspian Cooperation, Sergey Micheyev, said during a Moscow-Baku-Astana video conference.
Jan 28 2015 - 19:22
Gurkan Kumbaroglu, the president of the International Association for Energy Economics, said that the Azerbaijani company SOCAR has reached an agreement with Turkey to form the Eurasian Energy Union, headquartered in Istanbul. The Union will initially consist of Russia, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan. It will further expand by granting membership to Ukraine, Bulgaria and Romania. After realization of the Turkish Stream project, it will adjoin Greece, Macedonia, Kosovo, Serbia, Montenegro, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina.