APPEAL of the Commissioner for Human Rights (Ombudsman) of the Republic of Azerbaijan on the military provocation of the Armenian armed forces, which resulted in another loss of life on September 21 - International Day of Peace
Ensuring peace and security is one of the most important factors for the reliable protection of human rights and freedoms at the international and domestic levels. Today, peace becomes a global challenge in the world and growing confrontations between
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, who always finds himself helpless in the face of facts and logical approaches, this time stumbled upon the arguments voiced by Stephen Sackur, the host of BBC's HARDtalk.
Sackur stated at the beginning of the program that although Pashinyan promised Armenia "new beginnings", the country is still mired in old wars. In response, Pashinyan said, "he does not completely agree with the host's impression." Pashinyan's statement not only indicated his
As is known, the constant firing by the armed forces of Armenia on the positions of the Republic of Azerbaijan, including the civilian settlements, violating the ceasefire regime, lead to deaths and injuries among both military servicemen and civilians. The military provocations by Armenia on the state border are ongoing, and the events of the last few months are a clear manifestation of this reality.
To date, as a result of war crimes committed by the Armenian armed forces, existing
12 July 2020
The armed forces of Armenia had flagrantly violated the ceasefire regime and used artillery mounts to fire on the positions of Azerbaijan's armed forces in the direction of Tovuz district, along the state border between Armenia and Azerbaijan. The armed forces of Azerbaijan responded with counterfire and launched counteroffensive measures, preventing the advancement of the Armenian armed forces. Azerbaijan's armed forces remain in control of the operational situation. The
Azerbaijan's most international university opens 2018 admission season
ADA University students are more than future successful entrepreneurs and leading public figures. They are highly intellectual solution providers with ethics and sense of citizenship. One of the youngest universities in Azerbaijan claims this ambitious mission as its own.
Founded in 2006 as the Azerbaijan Diplomatic Academy to offer trainings to diplomats and civil servants under the
Turkic Council summit in Baku Recently, Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, hosted the 10th - Anniversary summit of the Cooperation Council of the Turkic Speaking States.
The Council of Heads of State of the Cooperation Council of