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10 reasons to visit Azerbaijan


  9 out of 11 world climatic zones are found here A unique case when one may find most of the existing in the world climate types within the borderlines of one country: from dry and humid subtropical (in Lankaran) up to mountain tundra (the Big Caucasus highlands). At the same time the most part of the territory of Azerbaijan ... Read More »

A Story of a Progressive Nation: Azerbaijan

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Javeria Kiran   The people of Azerbaijan, who were able to regain their independence in a part of their historical homeland by the close of the twentieth century, own an old and rich history of the state system. The people of Azerbaijan, who at present constitute the second most prominent Turkic group of the world after the Turks of Anatolia, ... Read More »

Tajik citizens of Pakistan vote in referendum today


  Islamabad: This morning, people of Tajikistan take part in an important political event -a national referendum on amendments and additions to the Constitution of the Republic of Tajikistan. Inthis regard citizens of Tajikistan living in Pakistan visited the Embassy ofthe Republic of Tajikistan in Islamabad to vote in a national referendum onamendments and additions to a number of articles ... Read More »

March 31 – Day of Genocide of Azerbaijanis


Special Report After the Republic of Azerbaijan regained its independence, it has become possible to renew the objective picture of the past history of Azerbaijani people. The truth, which for many years was kept back, is getting disclosed and misinterpreted events are getting their real assessment. Numerous acts of genocide committed against Azerbaijani people, which for many years did not ... Read More »

President Aliyev offers condolences to Pakistani counterpart

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  Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev has extended condolences to President of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan Mamnoon Hussain over the terror attack in Lahore, Azertag state news agency reported. “We were deeply saddened by the news of heavy casualties as a result of an explosion in the Lahore city park. We resolutely condemn terror, which has become an evil, and ... Read More »

60th anniversary of the Independence of the Republic of Tunisia


Message of H. E Mr. Adel Elarbi, Ambassador of the Republic of Tunisia to Pakistan It gives me great pleasure to address the brotherly people of Pakistan on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Independence of the Republic of Tunisia. The commemoration of the anniversary of Independence Day provides the opportunity to celebrate with immense exuberance and joy ... Read More »

Regional Conference on Right to Information in South Asia


Krishna Hari Baskota (Keynote Speech) Chief Information Commissioner, National Information Commission, Nepal Fellow Chief Information Commissioners and Information Commissioners, Distinguish Delegates, Ladies and Gentlemen. I am delighted and honored to be invited as a Keynote Speaker on the very   important topic “Promoting Government Openness and Accountability through RTI” in South Asia. I would like to take this opportunity to ... Read More »

Seminar on the 24th anniversary of Khojaly Genocide:


 perspective of “Nagorno-Karabakh and Kashmir Disputes” was held in NDU.   February 25, 2016: A Seminar on the 24th anniversary of Khojaly Genocide: perspective of “Nagorno-Karabakh and Kashmir Disputes” was organized by the department of International Relations, National Defense University along with the Embassy of Azerbaijan at the National Security Hall in the premises of the National Defence University. The ... Read More »



Special Report   On February 25-26, 1992, Armenian military forces committed genocide in the town of Khojaly, 613 people were killed, 1000 peaceful people of different age became invalid in the time of Khojaly genocide. 106 women, 63 children, 70 old men were killed. 8 families were completely annihilated, 130 children lost one parents, while 25 both of them. The ... Read More »

Sacrifice and strong will of Azerbaijani people was one of the factors that led to the Soviet Empire’s disintegration: Says Ambassador Abdul Sattar


  “20th January – A Crime against Freedom” in the remembrance of the day that Soviet Empire’s troops indiscriminately massacred Azerbaijani people in Baku, in January 19 1990, was held at Preston University on Tuesday, 19th January 2016. Ambassador Abdul Sattar, Former Foreign Minister of Pakistan was the Chief Guest on the occasion. Dr. Saima Kayani, Chairperson, Department of Defence ... Read More »