IRAN NOT TO STOP URANIUM ENRICHMENT

26.07.2007 [15:22]
Iran will resist international pressures and not stop uranium enrichment, reported AzerTAc, quoting Russia’s ITAR-TASS Agency as saying. As informed, President of Iran Mahmoud Ahmdenejed stated this through the state TV. “Tehran will not stop its peaceful projects ...

RECEP TAYYIP ERDOGAN NOT TO RUN FOR PRESIDENCY

26.07.2007 [14:17]
In an interview to journalists, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that he would not run for presidency. He pointed out that the government is going to step up its efforts to strengthen peace, stability, solidarity and fraternity in the country after ...

G. TEVZADZE: “ARMENIAN ORGANIZATIONS POSE A THREAT TO GEORGIA’S TERRITORIAL INTEGRITY”

26.07.2007 [12:27]
Georgian human rights activist Georgi Tevzadze revealed that Armenian organizations functioning in the predominantly Armenian-populated Samtskhe-Javakheti region pose a threat to the territorial integrity of Georgia. He said they regard this region as the territory of ...

BULGARIAN FM TO VISIT TBILISI

04.07.2007 [14:30]
Bulgaria`s Foreign Minister Ivaylo Kalfin will visit Sunday Georgian capital, Tbilisi, for a two-day official visit ...

PACE PRESIDENT TO VISIT GEORGIA

04.07.2007 [13:07]
President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe Rene van der Linden will visit Georgia Thursday ...

MOLDOVA HOSTS INT`L EXHIBITION "INFOINVENT"

28.06.2007 [10:53]
The 10th international exhibition "Infoinvent", which brought together the inventors from Moldova, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Russia, Belarus and Romania began June 27 in Kishinev, the capital of Moldova ...

NO PROGRESS IN EU-IRAN TALKS, RICE

27.06.2007 [15:18]
The European Union and Iran have failed to make any progress in talks over Tehran`s nuclear program, US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said in an interview with ...

MEETING OF EXPERTS OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS MINISTRY OF CIS MEMBER STATES DUE IN MOSCOW

25.06.2007 [20:24]
The meeting of the experts of Internal Affairs Ministry of CIS member states on coordination of the project "Agreements on cooperation in the legal area" will commence June 26 in Moscow. The delegates from Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Ukraine, Belarus, Tajikistan ...

FESTIVAL OF SAUDI ARABIAN CULTURE TO BE HELD IN RUSSIA

31.05.2007 [21:55]
A festival of Saudi Arabian culture will start at the Fundamental library of the Moscow State University after Lomonosov June 4. The organizers of the festival are Russia`s ...

14TH ANNUAL FORUM OF CENTRAL EUROPEAN PRESIDENTS HELD

30.05.2007 [17:35]
The 14th annual forum of the presidents of the Central European countries was held on May 25-26 in Czech city of Brno. Participants of the summit discussed the problems of 18 Central European counties and enlargement of the European Union ...

JORDAN’S KING TO VISIT GEORGIA

25.05.2007 [11:56]
Jordan’s King Abdullah II is expected to visit Georgia in June, AzerTAc’s Tbilisi-based correspondent reports. An agreement on Jordanian King’s visit was achieved during Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili’s last week visit to Amman. ...

NO AZERBAIJAN NATIONALS SUFFERED IN ANKARA BLAST

23.05.2007 [16:01]
Five have been killed and at least 50 hurt in an explosion hit Anafartalar market in Turkish capital Ankara, at 19:05 local time, on Tuesday, AzerTAj correspondent reported ...

OSCE PA PRESIDENT TO VISIT MOLDOVA

15.05.2007 [19:27]
President of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly, Goran Lennmarker, will visit Wednesday the Moldavian capital, Chisinau, AzerTAj reports citing the “Novosti-Moldova” website. During his three-day stay in the Eastern European country ...

GERMAN MINISTRY OF INTERIOR ISSUES REPORT ON MUSLIMS IN GERMANY

14.05.2007 [18:18]
The Federal Ministry of Interior of Germany has issued a report on Muslims residing in the country. According to the report, some 3.5 million Muslims including 2.6 million are of Turkish origin, of whom 800 thousand have been granted German citizenship ...

MUSEUM OF JOURNALISM TO BE OPENED IN USA

11.05.2007 [18:53]
The museum of journalism titled “Newseum” will be opened in Washington, on October 15, 2007, AzerTAg correspondent citing to the foreign mass media reports. It is one of the most expensive museum projects in the world; ...

GEORGIAN LEADER IN POLAND

11.05.2007 [14:06]
Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili arrived in Poland Thursday for an official visit. Following his arrival in Poland’s capital, Warsaw, Mr. Saakashvili met with his counterpart Lech Kaczynski ...

PRESIDENT OF ESTONIA ARRIVES IN GEORGIA

07.05.2007 [21:10]
President of Estonia Thomas Hendrik arrived for a 3-day official visit to Georgia, the Tbilisi-based correspondent of AzerTAc said. Mr. Hendrik will hold the negotiations with the President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili, Premier Zurab Nogaideli, speaker of the ...

GEORGIA’S PRESIDENT TO VISIT THREE COUNTRIES

07.05.2007 [18:57]
President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili will visit Poland, May 10-12, Jordan, May 18-20 and Ukraine, May 24-25, AzerTAc reporter citing to the Georgia’s President Administration ...

CANADA TURNS OUT THE LIGHTS ON INEFFICIENT BULBS

26.04.2007 [13:20]
Ontario will ban the sale of inefficient incandescent light bulbs by 2012, a move that follows in the footsteps of Australia. The government estimates that replacing the 87 million incandescent bulbs in use across Ontario ...