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Creative elite completely ignores destroyed Karabakh mosques – Russia’s Spiritual Administration of Muslims

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The cultural catastrophe that befell tens and hundreds of Muslim monuments of Karabakh is being completely ignored, the First Vice-Chairman of the Spiritual Administration of Muslims (SAM) of Russia Damir Mukhetdinov wrote on Facebook, Trend reports.

“I was surprised to read today the news about the appeal of eminent cultural figures to UNESCO. Directors, conductors, musicians and other representatives of the creative elite are asking to include the monuments of the Christian cultural, artistic and architectural heritage of the Nagorno-Karabakh region in the World Heritage List for their further preservation," he wrote.

"I was amazed by the selective approach of cultural figures, who absolutely openly pointed out that they consider only the Christian churches of Nagorno-Karabakh to be a cultural heritage that must be preserved, without a shadow of hesitation closing their eyes to the desecration and destruction of Muslim monuments,” Mukhetdinov noted.

Mukhetdinov said that during the decades of their stay on the territory of Nagorno-Karabakh, 63 out of 67 mosques in the region were destroyed.

“With an objective approach, any observer is forced to note that Azerbaijan positions itself as a multicultural state, equally respectful to all religious traditions. Baku is the repeated capital of the Summit of the Leaders of World Religions,” he wrote.

“I consider it absolutely right to draw UNESCO's attention to the historical heritage of Karabakh,” Mukhetdinov said.

“I hope and believe that the experts of this authoritative international organization, which recently celebrated its 75th anniversary, will have enough education and tact to begin an examination of the preservation and make appropriate decisions to further protect the historical heritage of the region without regard to the religious affiliation of objects, objectively and impartially,” he added.

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Turkey to continue providing all kinds of assistance to Azerbaijan – Hulusi Akar

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Turkey continues to cooperate with Azerbaijan in the field of military education and training, Turkish Minister of National Defense Hulusi Akar said, Trend reports.

He noted that Turkey will continue to provide all kinds of assistance to Azerbaijan.

"We will be next to our Azerbaijani brothers to the end in a just struggle, let no one doubt this," said Akar.

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Azerbaijani Finance Ministry auctions state medium-term bonds

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The Baku Stock Exchange (BSE) hosted an auction on placement of state medium-term bonds of the Azerbaijan Finance Ministry for a total of 10 million manat ($5.8 million) on Dec.1, 2020, Trend reports with reference to the stock exchange.

The circulation term is 728 days.

During the auction, 9 investors submitted 12 bids in the price range from 97.93 manat ($57.61) with a yield to maturity (YTM) of 8 percent to 100.46 manat ($59.09) with the YTM of 6.6 percent per bond.

According to the decision of the Finance Ministry, the cut-off price of bonds amounted to 100 manat ($58.8) with the YTM of 6.85 percent, and the weighted average price was 100.31 manat ($59.01) with the YTM of 6.68 percent.

The total amount of orders at nominal prices amounted to nearly 42.1 million manat ($24.76 million), and the placement volume – 6.978 million manat ($4.1 million).

Maturity date of the bonds is November 21, 2023.

Bidders must fulfill their obligations to acquire the bonds till Nov.29, 2022.

If during the auction the demand for government bonds exceeds the supply and the price is satisfied by the issuer, the volume of bonds offered by the issuer may be increased up to 50 percent.

Auction participants must fulfill their obligations to purchase bonds by December 2, 2020.

(1 USD = 1.7 AZN on Dec.1)

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Changeable cloudy weather expected in Baku

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Changeable cloudy weather is expected in Baku on December 3. Light fog, drizzle will be observed in some places.

The temperature on the Absheron peninsula will be +4-7 °C at night, +10-12 °C in the daytime, the Ecology and Natural Resources Ministry reported.

In Baku, the temperature will be +5-7 °C at night, +10-12 °C in the daytime.

Atmospheric pressure will be 773 mm Hg. Relative humidity will be 70-80 percent at night and 50-55 percent in the daytime.

On December 3, the weather will be mostly rainless in the regions. However, rainy weather is expected in some eastern regions. Fog predicted in some areas. East wind will blow.

The temperature will be +2-6 °C at night, +8-12 °C in the daytime. In the mountains, the temperature will be -3 and -8 °C at night, -2 and +3 °C in the daytime.

On December 3, mild fluctuations of meteorological factors are expected in the Absheron Peninsula, which is mainly favorable for weather-sensitive people.

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