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Monthly Archives: January 2008

A Karabakh Azeri perspective

Peace talks to resolve the conflict over Nagorny Karabakh have been under way for more than a decade with virtually no tangible progress. Locked in a wearisome ‘no war, no peace’ situation, both Armenia and Azerbaijan, as well...

Reno HARNISH, US Ambassador to Azerbaijan

“Talks on Nakhchivan’s belonging to Armenia are simply ridiculous. The US recognize sovereignty and territorial integrity of Azerbaijan, and actively support the dialogue for Nagorno Karabakh conflict settlement”.

Georgiy PIRVANOV, President of Bulgaria

“We do appreciate efforts have lately been done for peaceful solution of the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict around Nagorno Karabakh. Bulgaria will continue supporting rightful position of Azerbaijan”.  

Kosovo not model for settlement of Daqliq Qarabaq conflict

Said Goran Lenmarker, OSCE Parliamentary Assembly president "I think Daqliq Qarabaq conflict can be settled in 2007. I stressed in my report that there are gold opportunities for the settlement of the conflict," OSCE Parliamentary...

Armenia’s intention to occupy Nakhchivan noted in document presented to the CE Committee of Minister

The member of the Azerbaijani delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, MP Rafael Huseynov presented the CE Committee of Ministers a document named “New threats to Azerbaijan’s territorial integrity and...

Rene van der Linden: PACE on firm position of liberation of Azerbaijani lands

{mosimage} Today PACE President Rene van der Linden has held press conference on the commencing of PACE winter session, APA correspondent in Strasbourg reports. PACE President mainly touched on the issues that are on the agenda of the session...

Azerbaijani delegation to raise issue on Armenia’s removal from PACE

Azerbaijani delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) will leave for Strasbourg to participate in the winter session, the head of the delegation Samad Seyidov said. Noting the importance of January session for...