Nagorno-karabakh conflict

Azerbaijan removes Swiss Kuhner Foundation members from list of undesirable persons

Swiss “Kuhner Foundation” addressed letter to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Azerbaijan and asked for removal of the names of the head of Foundation Laura Kuhner (Switzerland), its members Tim Bürgin (Germany) and Gifty Dwamena (Switzerland) from the "List of foreign citizens illegally visited the occupied territories of the Republic of Azerbaijan", Trend reports referring to the ministry's press service.
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Heads of religious confessions in Azerbaijan issue joint statement on Armenia’s vandal policy against Govharagha mosque in Shusha

Heads of religious confessions in Azerbaijan, including Chairman of the Caucasus Muslims Office Sheikhulislam Allahshukur Pashazade, Archbishop of Baku and Azerbaijan Eparchy Alexander, Head of the Religious Community of Mountain Jews Melih Yevdayev, and Chairman of the Alban-Udi Christian Community Robert Mobili have made a joint statement on aggressor Armenia’s attempt to hide the policy of vandalism against the Govharagha Mosque in the Azerbaijani city of Shusha.
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Azerbaijan lifts travel ban for Polish citizen

Polish citizen, editor-in-chief of “Glob-Press” agency Wlodzimiers Krzyzanowski addressed a letter to Azerbaijan’s Foreign Ministry asking for a removal of his name from the “List of foreign citizens who illegally visited occupied Azerbaijani territories”, Trend reports referring to the Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry.
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Expert: President Aliyev's speech in Sochi broke stereotypes around Nagorno-Karabakh problem

The recent speeches of the presidents of Azerbaijan and Russia as part of the plenary session of XVI annual meeting of the Valdai Discussion Club is quite a unique event that will undoubtedly give impetus to the development of bilateral relations, Secretary General of the Russian-Turkish Public Forum, Director General of the Institute for Political Studies, well-known Russian expert Sergei Markov said in an interview with Trend.
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