Nagorno-Karabakh

Putin says to Pashinyan: ceasefire must be observed

Russian President Vladimir Putin stressed the need for strict observance of a ceasefire agreement between Armenia and Azerbaijan during a phone call with Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan on May 13, the Kremlin said. The parties …

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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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Aliyev's final warning

Passions in the Caucasus are heating up as the start of construction of a transport corridor from Azerbaijan to its exclave region of Nakhchivan through the territory of Armenia is delayed. Meanwhile, the implementation of this project, which …

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Putin and Pashinyan discuss situation in Nagorno-Karabakh

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan discussed the situation around Nagorno-Karabakh, News.am reports. The sides noted that thanks to the efforts of the Russian peacekeepers, the situation in the …

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Exiled Azerbaijanis: "We are ready to live in liberated territories, even in tents."

As a young woman in 1993, Azerbaijani Ramziya Sharifova waded across a river into Iran with her family to escape Armenian forces capturing her village, then watched as they burned it to the ground. Nearly 30 years later, she's finally planning to go home. The 47-year-old librarian is one of the 750,000 Azerbaijanis who fled the Nagorno-Karabakh region in southwestern Azerbaijan and several surrounding districts in the early 1990s

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