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‘AZERBAIJAN: FORGOTTEN VICTIMS OF KARABAKH WAR’

24.07.2003 [14:12]
Guiyom Leacock’s article “Azerbaijan: Forgotten Victims of The Karabakh War”, narrating on plight of more than 1 million of Azerbaijanis driven from their homes and placed in different regions ...

KAZAKHSTAN TO JOIN BTC MEP BEFORE 2009

22.07.2003 [12:32]
In connection with the program of development of natural resources in Kazakh sector of the Caspian Sea, this country must have new export pipeline until 2009. Minister of Energy ...

EU CABINET OF MINISTERS SESSION HELD

22.07.2003 [12:31]
First session, presided by Italy, of the Council of Ministers of foreign affairs of the European Union commences on 21 July.
On tradition, it commenced with debates on program ...

AIRLINER WITH AMERICANS ON BOARD CRASHED IN KENYA

22.07.2003 [11:14]
According to Reuters, airliner with tourists on board dropped on the flank of the Kenya Mountain, which is in the central part of Kenya. Approximately, 14 people are reported to ...

TWO VESSELS COLLIDED NEAR BELGIUM HARBOR ANTWERP

22.07.2003 [11:14]
According to Itar-Tass Agency, on July 20, two vessels of container-carrier collided at the entry of Shield River near the Belgium port Antwerp. As a result, Israeli vessel “Pelikan”, sailing ...

TURKISH-AMERICAN RELATIONS DISCUSSED

19.07.2003 [14:31]
As it was informed earlier, joint statement of Turkey and the US was spread in Ankara on July 15 ...

NEW PRESIDENT OF EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK APPOINTED

18.07.2003 [15:17]
On 15 July, at the meeting of the ministers of finance of the EU countries was approved the candidacy ...

CASPIAN STATES COORDINATED DRAFT CONVENTION

17.07.2003 [20:39]
Experts of the Caspian littoral states with participation of the UN representatives coordinated in Astana the draft Convention on ...

GUUAM GAINS AUTHORITY

17.07.2003 [20:38]
Philippines show interest to cooperation with GUUAM member states - Georgia, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Moldova.
In the course ...

HURRICANE IN FRANCE

17.07.2003 [13:08]
On 15 July, a sudden strong hurricane hit the southeast of France, in particular, the cities of Senos and ...

FOREIGN MINISTER OF GERMANY VISITING US

16.07.2003 [17:29]
According to the information provided by the German mass media, Federal Minister of the Foreign Affairs of Germany Mr. ...

PRESIDENT OF GEORGIAN DISMISSES RUMORS

15.07.2003 [21:38]
During his traditional meeting with mass media on Monday, President of Georgia Eduard Shevardnadze touching briefly upon socio-political situation in ...

CABINET OF AJARIA RESIGNED

15.07.2003 [15:39]
Senate of the Ajarian Autonomous Republic and Council of Republic unanimously decided to resign the government led by Premier ...

UN FINANCING INTERNATIONAL FORUM ON FRESH WATER

15.07.2003 [13:18]
The UN undertook responsibility to finance conduction of the International Forum on fresh water issues to be held in ...

AZERBAIJAN: REBIRTH OF WINEGROWING

12.07.2003 [13:14]
An article, entitled “Azerbaijan: rebirth of the ruined winegrowing”, dedicated to winegrowing in Azerbaijan was published in Paris in ...

JOINT COMMISSION TO INVESTIGATE AMERICAN-TURKISH SERVICEMEN’S INCIDENT

12.07.2003 [12:18]
Supreme Commander-In-Chief of the NATO United Armed Forces in Europe and US Armed Forces in Europe General James L. Jones ...

INT’L SYMPOSIUM IN YALTA DUE

09.07.2003 [20:04]
An International Symposium “Mechanism of Realization and Optimal Function of Free Trade Zone between CIS countries” is due in Yalta ...

ATMOSPHERIC POLLUTION IN GEORGIA HAS NEGATIVE EFFECT ON KUR RIVER

08.07.2003 [20:11]
Although, the Georgian capital occupies only 0.5% of the country’s territory, one fifth of population and one third of ...

EUROPEAN UNION BLAMES RUSSIA

07.07.2003 [22:30]
During its regular sitting in July, Europarliament accused Russia of military outrages on Chechnya and ongoing infringement of human rights. ...