Azerbaijani Govt Wants to Attract Private Investor for Construction of A 500 Mw Gas Turbine Power Plant

The Azerbaijani government has invited private investors to build a 500 MW gas turbine power plant (GTPP) near the Azerbaijani capital, the Ministry of Energy told Interfax. Four companies have shown interest in the project: Nobel Energy Group (part of

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A Better Idea: Invincible Defense Technology

By Dr. David LefflerIn the midst of the devastating toll of the Israel/Gaza war, NPR journalist Carrie Kahn recently posed a poignant question to Israeli military officer Major Doron Spielman, reflecting the collective yearning for an alternative to escalating cycles

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Heavy Staff Losses Noted at Destroyed Armenian Combat Post – Azerbaijani Border Service

On February 13, Azerbaijani State Border Service (SBS) units conducted “Revenge,” an operation destroying a combat post near the Nerkin-And settlement in the Gafan district. This action was in response to the provocation by the Armenian Armed Forces the previous

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Aliyev Winning 92.05% of Vote in Azerbaijani Presidential Election as 93.35% of Ballots Counted – CEC Incumbent

President Ilham Aliyev is winning 92.05% of the vote in Azerbaijan’s early presidential election, Azerbaijani Central Elections Commission (CEC) Chair Mazakhir Panakhov said at a press conference. The CEC has already counted 93.35% of the ballots cast in the election,

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On the Master´s 100th Anniversary: Tofig Ahmadov (1924-1981)

The famous jazz musician, saxophonist, clarinetist, conductor, composer from Azerbaijan The history of Azerbaijani jazz dates back to the 30s of the 20th century and is inseparably linked with the activities of the outstanding Azerbaijani composers Niyazi, Tofig Guliyev. They

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Senior Russian Official Says Europe Shows No Interest in Buying Gas from Russia

Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak says Russia ready to deliver gas to Europe via Ukraine, other routes, but sees no interest Europe shows no interest in buying gas from Russia after the expiration of the gas transit contract with Ukraine

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Azerbaijan Decides to Cease Its Engagement with and Presence at Pace

When Azerbaijan became a member of the Council of Europe, it hoped that this organization would help Azerbaijan restore the rights of hundreds of thousands of Azerbaijanis whose rights were violated as a result of Armenian military aggression and occupation

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Azerbaijan, Russia Sign Bilateral Cooperation Roadmap Up To 2027

Interfax.ru. Azerbaijani Deputy Prime Minister Shahin Mustafayev and Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexei Overchuk signed a roadmap on the main areas for enhancing Azerbaijani-Russian cooperation up to 2027 on Monday, the Azerbaijani government’s press service said. “The deputy prime ministers

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France-Azerbaijan Relations; Who Will Lost More?

By Dr. Vugar Bayramov, Member of the Parliament of Azerbaijan The resolution of the French Senate, which envisages the imposition of sanctions against Azerbaijan, is a manifestation of double standards and raises an important question: which side will lose more

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Thor Heyerdahl: Tracing Odin’s Origins

By Ms. Shervin Najafpour, Chairwoman of the cultural bridge building organization CAN. Born on the stunning coast of Norway, which is known for its rich Viking heritage, Thor Heyerdahl’s childhood home in Larvik had a breathtaking view of the open

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