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AZAL to perform two special flights to Istanbul


The National Air Carrier of Azerbaijan (“AZAL”) will perform special flights on June 17 and 18 in the Baku-Istanbul-Baku direction, Trend reports citing Press Service of “Azerbaijan Airlines” CJSC. 150 passengers are to be accepted for flight in each direction. Sale of tickets for Baku-Istanbul-Baku flights will be opened on June 15 …

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Azerbaijan marks National Salvation Day

Heyder Aliyev

Azerbaijan marks the National Salvation Day on June 15. Azerbaijan gained independence in October 1991. The first years of the country’s independence were characterized by the crisis within the country and in the government. Chaos took over all the spheres of social life. The situation in the army worsened and …

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Azerbaijan Army’s parade formation leaves for Moscow

Azerbaijan Army

A parade formation consisting of 75 servicemen of the Azerbaijan Army has today left for Moscow to take part in the military parade dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the Victory over fascism in the Great Patriotic War to be held on June 24. Azerbaijani servicemen who have completed training …

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UNICEF hails Azerbaijan`s contributions in fight against COVID-19


Coronavirus is continuing its spread across the world with millions of confirmed cases. The World Health Organization (WHO) declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic on March 11. Many countries, including Azerbaijan, united their efforts to slow down the rate and the number of new coronavirus infections. COVID-19 pandemic requires comprehensive action to protect children’s safety, well-being and futures. In …

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Georgia to cancel two-week quarantine for visitors from abroad


Starting July 1, a two-week quarantine for those arriving in Georgia will be cancelled, director of the Georgian Airports Association Tamar Archuadze said, Trend reports via Georgian media. Archuadze said as soon as the “green corridors” are created to facilitate air flights in a number of directions, compulsory COVID-19 tests for …

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