Azerbaijan and Turkey set to lay new gas pipeline

Ankara is awaiting Baku’s approval after completing all necessary preparations for the Nakhchivan natural gas pipeline project, Turkey’s Yeni Shafak newspaper reported. The Turkish part of the project lays from Ighdir …

What China gains following Karabakh war

The distant war may play a role in Beijing’s Belt and Road Initiative, Nima Khorrami, a research associate at the Arctic Institute, writes in the article How China gains from Armenia-Azerbaijan war for Eurasianet. The Russian-brokered ceasefire that stopped fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan last month included a provision allowing Azerbaijan to use a road through Armenian territory to access its Nakhchivan exclave

Armenia launches missile strike on Nakhchivan

The Armenian armed forces launched a missile strike on Azerbaijan’s Ordubad district of Azerbaijan’s Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry said in a statement posted on its website. "An …

First solar power plant opened in Nakhchivan

President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev attended the opening of Nakhchivan Solar Power Plant in the Babek district yesterday. There are 78,684 glass solar panels and 11 electric power substation at the …