Aydin Huseynov

Armenia derails unblocking of regional communications

The trilateral statement signed between Baku, Moscow and Yerevan in November 2020, opened new economic and transport opportunities for the region. The agreement reached following the 44-day-war, not only ended Armenia’s three-decades-long occupation but also stipulated the unblocking of transit communications in the region. Close 9 of the statement specifies that Armenia must provide security guarantees for Zangazur corridor that will connect Azerbaijan’s Nakhchivan exclave to other parts of the country through the territory of Armenia.
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Nagorno-Karabakh region can be turned into biggest tourist destination in Caucasus

he security problems that arose in Azerbaijan’s Nagorno-Karabakh region and adjacent territories as a result of the Armenian occupation, which, even before the occupation, were distinguished not only by the mining, metallurgical, food, processing, pharmaceutical, grain sectors, but also by the vast development potential in the field of tourism and recreation, as well as the infrastructure destroyed by the Armenians in these districts, at this stage, make it impossible to develop tourism there.
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