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Azerbaijan sends interstate statement against Armenia to European Court of Human Rights

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An interstate statement on the violation of the rights and freedoms of citizens affected by Armenia’s military aggression against Azerbaijan was prepared in accordance with the instruction of President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev and was submitted to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) on January 15, 2021, Trend reports.

The statement was prepared by experts known in the field of international law and leading lawyers of Azerbaijan.

The issues of violation of residence and property rights, freedom of religion and freedom of movement of Azerbaijani citizens as a result of the occupation of the Nagorno-Karabakh region and seven adjacent districts of Azerbaijan by Armenia, which lasted for about 30 years were raised in the statement. The statement also includes the facts that 3,890 Azerbaijani citizens went missing and Armenia is not taking any measures to clarify the further fate of these people.

The statement also reflects the facts of violation of the rights of Azerbaijani citizens protected by the European Convention on Human Rights as a result of the military provocation committed by the Armenian Armed Forces in July 2020, the inhuman actions of the Armenian Armed Forces against civilians in Azerbaijani cities during the 44-day Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh War, which ended with the glorious victory of Azerbaijan.

The statement also emphasizes that there is a huge number of mines in the territories previously occupied by Armenia, that the cities and villages of Azerbaijan have been razed to the ground, that Azerbaijani citizens are deprived of their rights return to their houses because Armenia sent illegal armed formations to the territories liberated after the act of surrender (trilateral statement on ceasefire and cessation of all hostilities in the Nagorno-Karabakh region) dated November 10, 2020.

The document contains a requirement for Armenia to take the necessary measures to restore the violated rights of Azerbaijani citizens.

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Turkey attaches importance to Azerbaijan-Turkey-Georgia trilateral format of co-op – FM

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Turkey attaches importance to the Azerbaijan-Turkey-Georgia trilateral format of cooperation, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said.

Cavusoglu made the remark at a press conference of the foreign ministers of Turkey and Georgia, Trend reports on March 3.

"We plan to hold a trilateral meeting, which was postponed due to the change and approval of the new staff of the Georgian government,” the Turkish foreign minister added. “Peace and truce in the Caucasus are very important for us. We support the territorial integrity of Georgia, as well as we support the territorial integrity of Azerbaijan.”

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MasterCard users in Azerbaijan won’t need to visit bank branches for bank operations

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In the near future, MasterCard solutions will make it possible to carry out all banking operations without visiting bank branches, Mastercard Country Manager for Azerbaijan Erdem Chakar said during an online conference, Trend reports.

According to the MasterCard representative, individuals will not need to visit bank offices to order a MasterCard bank card.

Chakar also said that MasterCard plans to implement the 'Open Banking' project in Turkey, starting from 2022.

“For the implementation of this project in Turkey, at the governmental level, work is already underway to create appropriate regulatory legal acts. The 'Open Banking' is a concept that uses open APIs in finance,” he added.

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Chief of Azerbaijani Aghdam’s Irrigation Department heavily injured in mine explosion

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Chief of Azerbaijan’s Aghdam District Mechanical Irrigation Department Hafiz Azizzadeh hit mine when fulfilling his duties in the territory of the liberated Novruzlu village, Trend reports on Mar.3 referring to a source in the department.

According to the source, Azizzadeh was hospitalized with heavy injuries. Currently, his condition is assessed as serious.

The village had been liberated from Armenian occupation as a result of the 44-day war (from late Nov. through early Nov.2020).

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