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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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187 asylum seekers held off Turkey's Aegean coast

A total of 187 asylum seekers were held off the coast of Cesme district of Izmir, Turkey’s Aegean province, on Wednesday, sources said. Teams of Turkish Coast Guard Command caught a boat carrying the migrants planning to go …

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Europe introduces lockdown on Christmas

Italy has ordered a nationwide lockdown over much of the Christmas and New Year period in an effort to combat a rise in coronavirus cases, BBC writes in the article Covid: Italy latest European country to order Christmas lockdown. The country will be under "red-zone" restrictions over the public holidays, with non-essential shops, restaurants and bars closed, and Italians only allowed to travel for work, health and emergency reasons. Limited home visits will be allowed

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Turkey and Italy eyeing $30B trade volume

Turkey and Italy are aiming to reach a bilateral trade volume of $30 billion from the current $20 billion, Turkish trade minister Ruhsar Pekcan said. Italy is an important trader partner serving as the third-largest export destination …

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Azerbaijani and Italian FMs hold phone talks

Foreign Ministers of Azerbaijan and Italy, Jeyhun Bayramov and Luigi Di Maio held a telephone conversation, according to the Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry's press service. The ministers discussed the latest situation in the …

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Europe on lockdown

Countries across the continent weighing-up strong restrictions to stem rising infections. Analysis by the British government’s advisers found the second wave of Covid-19 may cost more lives than the first, The Week writes in the article  Where in Europe is heading for a second lockdown - and will the UK follow? 

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Cavusoglu urges Armenia to abandon its expansionism

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu urged the Armenian authorities to abandon their expansionism. Addressing the Upper Karabakh conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan in an interview with Italian news agency Agenzia …

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NASA signs agreement with Italy to cooperate on Artemis

Italy is the latest country to sign an agreement to cooperate with NASA on the Artemis human lunar exploration program, although the details of Italy’s participation have yet to be worked out, Space News reports.  In a Sept. …

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