Posts From safaelsafa

A Vibrant and Joyful Novruz Bayram Celebration in the Heart of London

By Neil Watson A wonderful celebration of Novruz bayram was held at the Ev Restaurant in London on 19 March, organised by the British-Azerbaijani Community (BAC) with the support of the State Committee on Work with Diaspora of the Republic

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Zelensky: It Will Take Time for Talks with Russia To End in Ukraine’s Interests

“The meetings continue. As I am informed, the positions in the negotiations sound more realistic. However, time is still needed for the decisions to be in Ukraine’s interests,” he said. Zelensky added that Ukraine’s defenders give this time to the

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Side Effects Of Sanctions Against Russia On The Economy Of  Azerbaijan

By Gubad Ibadoghlu, senior policy analyst  of the Economic Research Center The scope of sanctions against Russia is expanding, and we receive information about new sanctions every day. The country’s export potential is already subject to full or partial restrictions

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Speak Up, Write, And Fight on Against Injustice, Defamation, and Discrimination

An interview with Mr. Ergün Kırlıkovalı, Former President the Assembly of Turkish American Associations (ATAA) A.T:The USA or Türkiye – which one of these two countries has gained more benefits from the ATAA activities so far? The ATAA produced many benefits for both countries. Moreover,

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Biden Believes Putin Has Already Decided To Invade Ukraine, Says Diplomacy Still On Table

U.S. President Joseph Biden in an update on Ukraine, delivered on February 18, expressed a conviction that his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin had already made a decision to proceed with military incursion into Ukraine. At the same time, Biden notes

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Azerbaijan Plans To Build A Power Line Through The Zangezur Corridor To Nakhchivan

Azerbaijan plans to build a power transmission line through the Zangezur corridor to Nakhchivan and from there to Turkey and Iran. Head of the state Ilham Aliyev said this in an interview with Azertaj agency on Friday. “At present, we

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TAP Provides €700,000 for Five Photovoltaic Parks in Western Macedonia, Greece

Kastoria, Greece. As part of its Social and Environmental Investment (SEI) programme, Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP AG) fully funded the construction of five photovoltaic parks (PV) in the Municipality of Kastoria, Western Macedonia, Greece, with a total installed capacity of 0.5MW

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Russia’s “Mediation” Mission: 100 Years Ago And After

On November 11, 1920, the government of the RSFSR sent a note to the governments of Turkey and Armenia with a proposal to mediate the cessation of the war. Thus, 100 years later, history repeats itself: in November 2020, the

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Oil Market Going Through Inadequate Supply Against High Demand as Global Economy Recovers From Pandemic

US crude oil prices surpassed $90 a barrel for the first time in more than seven years, according to official data on Thursday. American benchmark West Texas Intermediate (WTI) spiked to $90.27 around 2 p.m. EDT. International benchmark Brent crude

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Disaster of Aggressive Policy

By Firdovsiyya Ahmedova, Ph.D.,Assoc.professor, The Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan The 44-day military operations, also known both as the Second Karabakh or the Patriotic War in Azerbaijan’s modern history, have resulted in the

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