Azerbaijani Chess Player Won World Youth Championship

Azerbaijani chess player Govhar Beydullayeva has become the winner of the World Youth (U-20) Championship held in Sardinia, Italy. In the penultimate, tenth round she played to a draw against Zala Ur of Slovenia and scored 8.5 points. Regardless of

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Iranian Military Exercises Directed Against Azerbaijan – Tofig Zulfugarov

Turan Agency: The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) exercises in northern Iran are directed against Azerbaijan, ex-Foreign Minister of Azerbaijan Tofig Zulfugarov told Turan. On Monday morning, military exercises of the ground forces of the IRGC of Iran began in

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Way Forward For The Caspian Oil And Gas Industry

This November the SPE Annual Caspian Technical Conference is coming back to Kazakhstan for its 9th edition. After a prolonged period of being only able to take part in remote events in the course of the global pandemic, it feels

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Digital Workers Are on The Move. Could Baku Become A New Tech Hub?

By BCG authors Shahar Lavian, Deborah Lovich, Or Klier, Konrad von Szczepanski, Kirill Tuishev and Polina Kempinsky Higher pay is the top motive for relocating. But understanding other drivers of choice can help tech hubs and employers boost their appeal to global digital talent. A

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Turkey And Azerbaijan Have To Find Ways To Collaborate For Creating Their Own Medical Technologies

Interview With The Neurosurgery Expert Assoc. Dr. Mehmet Osman Akçakaya, MD, Associate Professor in Neurosurgery at Demiroglu Bilim University, Turkiye/ Group Florence Nightingale Hospital, Istanbul. AT: We see the bounds of brotherhood between Azerbaijan and Turkey getting stronger in every

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Norwegıan Experıence ın Azerbaıjan…

By Senior lecturer Ilham Ahmadov EDUCATION IN AZERBAIJAN. Azerbaijan has been confidently moving along the path of independence for 30 years. The Azerbaijani economy, like the economy of the Kingdom of Norway, is based on the oil and gas sector.

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71 Azerbaijani Soldiers Killed in ‘Provocations’ by Armenia  

Seventy-one Azerbaijani soldiers have been killed in recent days in “provocations” by Armenia, Azerbaijan’s Defense Ministry said Thursday. The ministry said that so far, 71 Azerbaijani soldiers have died during the recent flare-up, while Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan announced

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Azerbaijani and Turkish Ministers of Defense Hold Phone Talks

Phone conversation took place between Minister of Defense of Azerbaijan Colonel-General Zakir Hasanov and Minister of National Defense of Türkiye Hulusi Akar, Trend reports via Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan. Hasanov informed the Turkish minister about the military confrontation that occurred as

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Armenian Provocation Against Azerbaijan Backfires As Bodies Piling Up

Death toll of Armenian armed forces amounted to 150-200 people, and hundreds of Armenian soldiers were injured following an unsuccessful provocation attempt against Azerbaijan, Trend reports. The armed forces of Armenia committed large-scale provocations in the directions of Azerbaijan’s Dashkasan, Kalbajar and

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Meeting in Brussels, Azerbaijani, Armenian Leaders Agree to Step Up Work on Peace Treaty

Leaders had ‘open, productive’ talk in Brussels, says European Council head Charles Michel Azerbaijani and Armenian leaders agreed to accelerate work on a peace treaty, European Council President Charles Michel announced on Wednesday following their negotiations in Brussels.  Michel hosted

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