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Azerbaijan invites Chinese companies to invest in its industrial parks

China.dot.org 27 Oct 2021
He hailed the importance of China's Belt and Road Initiative, noting that Azerbaijan was one of the first countries to officially support the project ... He hailed Azerbaijan-China cooperation since the outbreak of COVID-19, and thanked the Chinese government and people for support in the fight against the pandemic.
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Canada firm bankrupt after Turkish arms embargo imposed by Ottawa

Anadolu Agency 27 Oct 2021
Defense exports to Turkey were canceled after the Canadian government received a report that suggested Canadian technology, including that of Telemus, was being used to produce drones used by Turkey in a row between Azerbaijan and Armenia, thereby violating Canadian restrictions under the Controlled Goods Regulations.
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Tehran summit to help resolve Afghanistan's woes: Analyst

Irna 27 Oct 2021
The former Iranian envoy to Republic of Azerbaijan, Zambia, Uzbekistan, and Thailand went on to say that Tehran is not in a hurry to recognize the Taliban government and that the Iranian authorities hold consultations with other neighboring states of Afghanistan in a bid to find proper policy towards Taliban and the country.
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NLC completes TIR round trip to Turkey & Azerbaijan

The News International 26 Oct 2021
Business community from various fields related to logistics including importers / exporters, ECO Secretariat, Secretary General International Road Union (IRU) and senior government officials of Iran, Turkey and Azerbaijan welcomed (TIR) operations by NLC and termed it a ...
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Armenian government cracks down on free speech

EurasiaNet 25 Oct 2021
One channel that has particularly gotten under the skin of the authorities is Mediaport, formed after the end of last year’s war with Azerbaijan and which frequently leaks information – sometimes accurate, sometimes not, but nearly all critical of the government – to its 26,000 subscribers.
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Armenia’s government at odds with its human rights ombudsman

EurasiaNet 25 Oct 2021
The confrontation represented a new spark in a long-running tension between the government and the office of the ombudsman, who has taken a highly visible role calling public attention to the fragile security situation along the Azerbaijani border following last year’s war ... Initially, Tatoyan took a low profile under the new government.
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Iran dismisses Erdogan remarks as Tehran, Baku stress need to settle recent issues

Press TV 23 Oct 2021
The Iranian security chief has dismissed remarks by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan over recent issues between Tehran and Baku, as Iran and Azerbaijan stress need to settles differences ... Fear of the tribes is the share of the government that confronts them with sword & discrimination, not #Iran where is paradise of the tribes.
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Azerbaijani Finance Ministry to put medium-term gov't bonds up for auction

Marietta Daily Journal 22 Oct 2021
Oct. 22—The Baku Stock Exchange (BSE) will host an auction on the placement of medium-term government bonds of the Ministry of Finance of Azerbaijan for a total of 20 million manat ($11.7 million) on October 26, 2021, Trend reports with ... .
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Azerbaijan keen to expand cooperation, invites Malaysian companies to invest

Malaysian National News Agency 21 Oct 2021
Azerbaijan's Ministry of Economy, on its website, pointed out that in order to attract investment, the government is implementing an “open door” policy. At present, the Government of Azerbaijan is taking measures to continue economic reforms in the country, further improve the business environment, and develop the non-oil sector.
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Iran warns against illegal entry of trucks into Azerbaijani territory

Press TV 21 Oct 2021
Iran to help Armenia finish transit road that bypasses Azerbaijan ... Iran’s pro-government Nournews agency cited the advisory notice issued on Wednesday and said the announcement marks an end to ambiguities regarding Iran’s stance on border issues between Azerbaijan and Armenia,.
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Amid tensions with Iran, Azerbaijan detains Shia clerics

EurasiaNet 21 Oct 2021
Azerbaijan’s State Security Service has detained several Shiite clerics, including a well known imam, as tensions with its southern neighbor Iran continue to fester ... Iran then held unprecedented war games on its border with Azerbaijan and the two sides exchanged harsh mutual recriminations.
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Yerevan Has no Legal Obligation to Hand Over Mine Maps, Says Armenia’s Counsel at International Court

Asbarez 20 Oct 2021
Armenia’s initiated the case calling for provisional measures against Azerbaijan, which it accuses of being governed by policy of hatred and discrimination toward Armenians ... He argued that Azerbaijan has no evidence of the Armenian government not releasing maps. “Azerbaijan has ...
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Azerbaijan prepares for Karabakh resettlement in “smart villages”

EurasiaNet 20 Oct 2021
Agroparks are large-scale, government-backed agribusiness enterprises that started operating in Azerbaijan in 2012 ... Agroparks in Azerbaijan are "sustainable businesses because the government creates all the infrastructure necessary and provides subsidies for them to operate," Ibadoglu told Eurasianet.
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‘Azerbaijan supports Pakistan on Kashmir’

The Wire 19 Oct 2021
Pakistan has openly supported all the matters pertaining to Azerbaijan’s integrity,” he said, “Pakistan is the first country that accepted Azerbaijan.” ... “The solution to the Kashmir issue is only possible through the UN resolutions,” he said and thanked the Azerbaijan government and its people for supporting the Kashmir issue.
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