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Russians looking forward to go to Italy and Thailand

A poll conducted by the OneTwoTrip service showed that Russian tourists are hoping for a speedy lifting of restrictions in Italy and Thailand. 20% of Russians expect the resumption of trips to Italy, 10% - to Thailand,  8% - to …

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Restoration of Karabakh region attracts global companies

Officials in Azerbaijan are working to restore the post-war Karabakh region and partner with foreign companies to make that happen. Companies from Turkey, Israel, Italy, and China will deploy their cutting-edge technologies in Azerbaijan’s liberated territories as part of the government’s major reconstruction campaign rolled out earlier this year. Baku will integrate the companies’ products and solutions into its “smart village” development concept, Caspian News writes

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Russia expels naval attache in Italian Embassy

Moscow has retaliated to Rome’s decision to expel Russian diplomats from Italy by declaring an Italian naval attache persona non grata, the Russian Foreign Ministry noted in a statement Monday. "On April 26, Italian …

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Italy may reopen to Russian tourists this summer 

Italy will begin accepting Russian tourists this summer as it eases coronavirus restrictions, Italian Ambassador to Moscow Pasquale Terracciano said Tuesday. Terracciano made the promise days after officials in Rome announced …

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Turkey suspends Italian helicopter contracts

The Turkish government has suspended contracts from Italian companies based in Turkey in response to the comments made by Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi at a press conference Friday regarding the so-called ‘sofa-gate’ affair …

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Turkish Foreign Ministry summons Italian envoy

Turkey's Foreign Ministry on Thursday summoned the Italian ambassador to condemn the Italian premier's remarks on the country's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. According to a statement, the ambassador was told that Italian …

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5.5-magnitude quake hits Italy

An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.5 jolted 55 km north of Peschici, Italy, at 1347 GMT on Saturday, the U.S. Geological Survey said, Xinhua informs. The epicentre, with a depth of 10.0 km, was initially determined to be at 42.4429 …

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Italy reports first Nigerian COVID-19 variant

The Nigerian variant of COVID-19 was isolated in Brescia north of Milan on Tuesday. "For the first time we have managed to isolate the virus bearing these mutations which concern us because they could confer resistance to COVID …

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After the Second Karabakh War, the region is moving towards peace and prosperity

The trilateral statement signed by the president of the Republic of Azerbaijan, the prime minister of the Republic of Armenia and the president of the Russian Federation on November 10, 2020 is a fundamental document which determined to complete military operations and establish peace, security and cooperation in the region, political scientist Shabnam Hasanova writes for Eurasia Review

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G7 condemns Navalny's arrest in Russia

The foreign ministers of the Group of 7 (G7) countries condemned the arrest of opposition politician Alexei Navalny after his return to Russia. "We, the G7 Foreign Ministers of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United …

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Azerbaijan invited to attend G20 Summit in Italy

Azerbaijan has been invited to take part in the next G20 Summit, according to Inter Press Service (IPS). Until now, 38 countries have been invited, from Azerbaijan to Chad, from Denmark to Laos, from Sweden to Zimbabwe. The …

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Could international experience be applicable in Nagorno Karabakh?

The recent military flair up of Nagorno-Karabakh conflict was ended on the 10th November by a Russian-brokered ceasefire agreement after 44 days. The most important question in the years to come appears to be: Quo vadis, Nagorno-Karabakh? Azer Babayev* explores the role the international community can play in ensuring the current fragile peace lasts

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World takes in muted New Year’s Eve

In Sydney the fireworks soared into the sky above the Opera House, but the harbour below was empty. In New York, Times Square was mostly deserted. No light show illuminated Beijing from the top of the TV tower. With revelry around the world curtailed by lockdowns and curfews imposed to stem the spread of Covid-19, the lions of London’s Trafalgar Square were barricaded off, and there were no crowds in St Peter’s Square and no one diving into the Tiber in Rome. This New Year’s Eve is being celebrated like no other as many people bid farewell to a year they would much prefer to forget – one that has seen more than 1.7 million people killed and 82 million infected by the coronavirus since January

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Georgian honey conquers Italy

Ten tons of honey from Georgia was exported to Italy, the press service of the National Food Agency of Georgia informs. Recall that in 2016, the European Commission positively assessed the system of state control of Georgia and included …

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