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Chairman of US Educated Azerbaijani Alumni Association appeals to US Ambassador in Azerbaijan

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Chairman of the U.S. Educated Azerbaijani Alumni Association Nail Akhundzade sent an appeal to US Ambassador in Azerbaijan Lee Litzenberger, Trend reports.

“We the U.S. Educated Azerbaijani Alumni have always taken pride and the pleasure of being ambassadors of the U.S. culture and values in Azerbaijan and unanimously share an uncompromised and strong belief that our voice matters, in both Azerbaijan and the U.S. This belief stems from the dedicated support and encouragement we have always received from the U.S. State Department and the U.S. Embassy in Baku,” the letter said.

“Confiding in that belief, we decided to write this open letter directly to you.

Mr. Ambassador, as you are aware, as of September 27, 2020 – the day when the Republic of Armenia started its military aggression against the Republic of Azerbaijan – we have to wake up every day with the alarming and saddening news of innocent civilian people losing their lives and being hurt and wounded in Azerbaijan. Additionally, despite the signed humanitarian ceasefire, the Armenian Army continues the shelling of civilian targets in Azerbaijani cities of Ganja, Terter, Fuzuli, Aghdam, and Mingachevir. As a result, civilians, including children and women are being killed, injured and many civilian facilities are being destroyed,” the letter said.

“Sadly, though, this outrageous illegal behavior of Armenia does not get enough coverage in the U.S. media and political circles. Rather, we often see biased, infatuated statements by U.S. media and politicians on the nature of the Nagorno Karabakh conflict and on the identification of the true aggressor,” the appeal said.

“Using the opportunity, we wish to ask you to support us with the communication of our position at the U.S State Department and Congress as outlined in the attached Summary. We thank you in advance for your time and efforts in advance and looking forward to hearing from you soon. We wish you a nice week, strength, and inspiration for the noble work you are doing in Azerbaijan!” the letter said.

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Productivity of Azerbaijani liberated lands to be assessed

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Assessment to study the level of yield of the liberated lands of Azerbaijan will be carried out, Director of the Institute of Geosciences and Agrochemistry of the Azerbaijan national Academy of Sciences (ANAS), Alovsat Guliyev told Trend.

According to Guliyev, the state of the soil in those territories will be studied with the participation of scientists.

“Before the occupation, these lands were regularly assessed. The lands liberated from occupation are very fertile. Most of the Gubadly and Jabrayil districts are suitable for rainfed agriculture. A good harvest can be obtained from these lands,” Guliyev said.

The expert added that the lands of the Kalbajar district are more suitable for animal husbandry, as well as for use as fodder and summer pastures.

“In general, the lands of Karabakh are very suitable for agriculture. They have very favorable conditions for the development of animal husbandry,” said the scientist.

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OSCE potential in settlement of conflicts remains in demand – Russian FM

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Russia hopes for more active support of the countries of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) for the reached trilateral declaration on the complete cessation of hostilities in the Nagorno-Karabakh region, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told the participants of the Ministerial Council of the OSCE participating states in the video message, Trend reports with reference to TASS.

"The potential of the organization in resolving conflicts remains in demand,” Lavrov said. “The reached agreements on resolving crisis situations in the OSCE area must receive more support from the participating states, which will facilitate their implementation.”

“We expect this with regard to the settlement of the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, to which we will continue to assist,” the minister added. “We appreciate the cooperation among the three co-chairs of the OSCE Minsk Group."

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Karabakh agreement can positively influence Turkish-Armenian relations – Mevlut Cavusoglu

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The Karabakh agreement can have a positive impact on the relations between the official Ankara and Yerevan, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said, Trend reports citing the Turkish media.

Turkish media made the remark during the 27th meeting of the OSCE Foreign Ministers Council in the format of a video conference.

“We support all efforts to end the conflict in Karabakh on the basis of international principles, taking into account the territorial integrity of Azerbaijan. The agreement signed between Azerbaijan, Armenia and Russia creates real opportunities for peace after 30 years. This can have a positive impact on regional stability, as well as on Turkish-Armenian relations,” Cavusoglu stressed.

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