Three months after Moscow-brokered Armenia & Azerbaijan truce, Nagorno-Karabakh proposes making Russian an official language

The president of the unrecognized Nagorno-Karabakh Republic has submitted a invoice to raise Russian to the standing of an official language. Moscow has grown nearer to the area for the reason that Armenia-Azerbaijan struggle in 2020. If handed, the laws proposed by President Arayik Harutyunyan will allow authorities work to be performed in Russian and… Continue reading Three months after Moscow-brokered Armenia & Azerbaijan truce, Nagorno-Karabakh proposes making Russian an official language

Azerbaijan approves trial of Covid-19 vaccine mixture, set to check Russia’s Sputnik V along with AstraZeneca jab

Azerbaijan has given the go-ahead to the world’s first medical trials combining two Covid-19 vaccines, with the nation set to check inoculation utilizing each Russia’s Sputnik V and the AstraZeneca-Oxford University jab. Cooperation between the 2 vaccine producers was first floated final December, when AstraZeneca accepted the proposal of the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF)… Continue reading Azerbaijan approves trial of Covid-19 vaccine mixture, set to check Russia’s Sputnik V along with AstraZeneca jab

Fresh fears of combating in Nagorno-Karabakh as Azerbaijan accuses Armenia of violating ceasefire with machine gun volley

Just months after a Russian-brokered accord paused hostilities within the disputed area of Nagorno-Karabakh, Azerbaijan has accused Armenia of restarting combating, sparking concern for the delicate ceasefire. In a press release issued on Tuesday, Baku’s State Border Service stated that “the provocations of the enemy on the frontier with Armenia are continuing.” Earlier, they alleged,… Continue reading Fresh fears of combating in Nagorno-Karabakh as Azerbaijan accuses Armenia of violating ceasefire with machine gun volley

Pakistan guarantees support for reconstruction of Karabakh territories

Pakistan on Thursday assured Azerbaijan that it will extend support for rehabilitation and reconstruction activities in the newly liberated Nagorno-Karabakh territories. The assurance was given by Prime Minister Imran Khan to the visiting Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Jeyhun Bayramov during a meeting in the capital Islamabad, according to a statement issued by the premier’s office. The… Continue reading Pakistan guarantees support for reconstruction of Karabakh territories

Both Armenia & Azerbaijan intentionally launched ‘indiscriminate attacks’ on civilians throughout Nagorno-Karabakh battle – Amnesty report

During the 2020 Nagorno-Karabakh battle, each the Armenian and Azerbaijani militaries purposely attacked the native civilian inhabitants, and never simply opposing armed forces. That’s in keeping with a report by London-based human rights NGO Amnesty International, which revealed that each side carried out “disproportionate and indiscriminate attacks” in residential areas, “unlawfully killing scores of civilians… Continue reading Both Armenia & Azerbaijan intentionally launched ‘indiscriminate attacks’ on civilians throughout Nagorno-Karabakh battle – Amnesty report

Amnesty seeks to investigate civilian deaths in Karabakh conflict

Amnesty International said Thursday Azerbaijan and Armenia must immediately probe the use of “inaccurate and indiscriminate weapons” in heavily populated civilian areas during the recent fighting over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh territory. Azerbaijan and Armenia in November signed a Moscow-brokered peace deal ending six weeks of brutal war over the breakaway Karabakh region after Baku’s forces… Continue reading Amnesty seeks to investigate civilian deaths in Karabakh conflict

Pakistan, Azerbaijan discuss steps to enhance cooperation

Pakistan and Azerbaijan Thursday discussed measures to enhance bilateral cooperation in multiple spheres including defence, trade and commerce besides agreeing to increase land and aerial linkages. The bilateral ties were discussed during the delegation-level talks between the two countries at the foreign ministry during the visit of Azeri Foreign Minister Jeyhun Bayramov. Foreign Minister Shah… Continue reading Pakistan, Azerbaijan discuss steps to enhance cooperation

Turkey, Pakistan, Azerbaijan agree to destroy Islamophobia

Turkey, Pakistan, and Azerbaijan have agreed to formulate a joint strategy to stem the rising wave of Islamophobia in the world, mainly in the West, and curb terrorism, including its state-sponsored form. The agreement was reached at the Second Trilateral Meeting between the three countries, attended by Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, and his Pakistani… Continue reading Turkey, Pakistan, Azerbaijan agree to destroy Islamophobia

Pakistan and Azerbaijan air force chiefs vow to strengthen defense ties

Chief of the Air Staff, Pakistan Air Force Air (PAF) Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan called on Commander Azerbijan Air Force, Lieutenant General Ramiz Tahirov. The Air Chief praised the professionalism of Azerbaijan Air Force and assured his counterpart of PAF’s full support; especially in the domain of training, said a PAF press release received… Continue reading Pakistan and Azerbaijan air force chiefs vow to strengthen defense ties

Armenian cease-fire violations continue in Nagorno-Karabakh

Armenian forces in Nagorno-Karabakh violated cease-fire on Sunday and martyred an Azerbaijani soldier, the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry said on Monday. “On December 27, at about 15:30, an illegal Armenian armed group or a detachment of six remnants of the Armenian armed forces attacked the units of the Azerbaijan Army in the direction of the Aghdam… Continue reading Armenian cease-fire violations continue in Nagorno-Karabakh