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Anar Eyvazov: “The enemy is retreating”

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"Enemy units, which suffered heavy losses as a result of the operations, refused to continue the battle."

Report informs, Spokesman for the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry, Lieutenant Colonel Anar Eyvazov said.

"Several villages in Fuzuli, Khojavend, Jabrayil, Zangilan districts, and Zangilan city have been liberated from long-term occupation. At present, our troops are in full control of the operational situation along the entire front. Enemy forces flee the battlefield with losses," – A. Eyvazov stressed.

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President speaks about Armenians who could not leave Aghdam on time

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When our soldiers saw that the Armenian population of one village of Aghdam district could not leave on time, they created conditions for them to go. No-one insulted them.

President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev said in his address to the nation, Report informs.

However, the hated enemy is burning our forests, burning our houses, destroying water lines. Do they think that this will stop us? We have drawn water lines everywhere – to remote mountains, to mountain villages. We will restore them all, all of them. Relevant instructions have already been given, and I am confident that we will do it in time.

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SOCAR, LUKoil to expand cooperation in Azerbaijan

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President of the State Oil Company of Azerbaijan (SOCAR) Rovnag Abdullayev and President of LUKoil Vahid Alakbarov have met, Report informs.

SOCAR Vice President for Investments and Marketing Elshad Nasirov and Chief of Investment Department Vagif Aliyev attended the conference.

The meeting focused on long-term cooperation between LUKoil and SOCAR, praised the participation of LUKoil in projects implemented in Azerbaijan, and discussed the continuation of collaboration in Nakhchivan and Goshadash structures.

Alakbarov said LUKoil was interested in expanding existing cooperation. The participants held talks on the company's possible participation in other oil and gas exploration fields and production in Azerbaijan.

LUKoil has been operating in the oil and gas sector of Azerbaijan since 1994. The company has a 10 percent stake in each of the Shah Deniz and South Caucasus Pipeline projects. Also, in January this year, the two companies signed a Memorandum of Understanding on the exploration block covering the promising structure "Nakhchivan" in the Azerbaijani sector of the Caspian Sea, as well as "Caspian-Guba" and "Goshadash" in the shallow part of the sea. Besides, LUKoil participates in the retail fuel market in Azerbaijan.

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President: Instructions were given to restore railway to Nakhchivan

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"For our part, we will build and create. We will revive these cities and districts. We have major plans for the restoration of these lands. These plans and infrastructure projects are already being implemented," President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev said in his address to the nation.

"The construction of a new road to Shusha has already begun. In Soviet times, there was one way to Shusha – from Aghdam to Khankandi and from there to Shusha. We are now building a new road from Fuzuli district. It will pass through a part of the Khojavand district. I have ordered to do this as soon as possible. However, this is a huge task, there was no road before, and a new one is being built through forests. There are ravines, hills, and difficult terrain, but we will do it. We will restore the railways. In particular, preliminary instructions have already been given to restore the railway to the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic. We have already taken tangible steps to restore the Barda-Aghdam railway. This road is a must for the Aghdam restoration and comfort of people who will live there in the future. All this work will be carried out in a planned manner, and the Azerbaijan people will be regularly updated about the work to be done. We must do all the work in a planned manner. I want to say again: first of all, all the damage will be calculated with international experts' participation. Then lawsuits will be filed. Then comes the reconstruction of our cities and villages based on master plans. The necessary measures related to agriculture, other infrastructure projects, water, and electricity will be taken. Then come the roads. When we drove the enemy out of Shusha, it destroyed the water line feeding the city. There is no water in Shusha now. It is what the enemy is like," the head of state added.

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