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Georgian Embassy congratulates Azerbaijani people on Novruz holiday

Novruz holiday

The embassy of Georgia in Azerbaijan congratulated the Azerbaijani people on occasion of Novruz holiday, Trend reports referring to a message posted on Facebook. “The embassy of Georgia congratulates the friendly people of Azerbaijan on the occasion of Novruz holiday, wishes peace, stability and prosperity to Azerbaijan and Azerbaijani people,” the message …

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Azerbaijan Army holds series of events on Novruz holiday

Novruz holiday

According to the action plan for the current year, a series of events were held in the military units of the Ministry of Defense on the occasion of the Novruz holiday. As part of the events, servicemen visited the graves of Azerbaijani martyrs and met with their families. At the …

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Green Corridor to ensure positive Azerbaijan-Russia trade dynamic

Ruslan Mirsayapov

Russian Trade Representative in Baku Ruslan Mirsayapov has said that the early launch of the Green Corridor project will ensure a positive dynamic of foreign trade turnover between Russia and Azerbaijan. “The early launch of the Green Corridor project, as well as the concurrent completion of work on the reconstruction and …

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Kelaghayi making in picturesque Azerbaijani village of Basgal

Kelaghayi

The legacy of the Silk Road is still visible in the picturesque village of Basgal, which is the home of Azerbaijani kelaghayi making. Kelaghayi is a traditional Azerbaijani women’s silk headwear recognized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) as world’s intangible cultural heritage. As a keepsake …

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Caspian Energy Club Board Members elections held

Caspian Energy Club

The regular elections of the chairman of the board, board members, chairmen and members of the committees and working groups of the Caspian Energy Club started on March 16. Grand CEO Lunch was arranged on the first day of the elections with the participation of representatives from over 20 government …

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