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103 years pass since liberation of Baku from Armenian-Bolshevik occupation

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Today marks the anniversary of the liberation of Baku from the occupier Armenian-Bolshevik units.

Report informs that 103 years ago, Baku was liberated from the occupation.

On September 15, 1918, the Azerbaijani and Turkish soldiers freed Baku from the Bolshevik-Dashnak occupation and wrote a glorious page in the history of the Azerbaijani state. Ensuring its independence, Azerbaijan put an end to the domination of Armenians and Bolsheviks in Baku and surrounding regions.

Though Azerbaijan's independence was announced in May of 1918, part of the country's territory, Baku, and surrounding regions were under the occupation of Armenia-Bolsheviks. Without it, it was impossible to imagine Azerbaijan's state independence.

Young Azerbaijan, which newly gained its independence and was not recognized globally, had insufficient capacity to ensure its territorial integrity. Despite being in a hard state, Ottoman Turkey sent its armed troops under the command of Nuru Pasha to fraternal Azerbaijan to safeguard its territorial integrity.

Despite the protests of European countries against the arrival of Turkish forces in Azerbaijan, in August-September of 1918, the Ottoman Empire fulfilled its historical mission with dignity.

On September 15, the Islamic Army of the Caucasus and Azerbaijani Corps liberated Baku from the occupiers. After this historical event, the capital of Azerbaijan Democratic Republic was moved from Ganja to Baku.

Throughout history, Turkey has always backed Azerbaijan. This support was possible in both political and military forms. From the first day of the Patriotic War, which began on September 27, 2020, for the liberation of the occupied territories, Turkey has shown moral and political support to Azerbaijan. Thus, the speeches and statements of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in just cause of Azerbaijan were once again the embodiment of friendship and brotherhood between the two countries. The political and moral support demonstrated by the President of Turkey played an important role in Azerbaijan's victory in a just cause.

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Baku to restrict traffic for two days in some streets and avenues related to Day of Remembrance

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All types of vehicles will be restricted on some streets and avenues on September 26 and 27 to ensure safety in connection with the events dedicated to the Day of Remembrance, the State Traffic Police Department of the Baku Main Police Department told Report.

The event will take place in the capital on the occasion of the Day of Remembrance from 09:00 to 13:00: "The event is planned to be held in the direction of Azneft Circle, Neftchilar Avenue, Kovkeb Safaraliyeva, Yusif Safarov, Uzeyir Hajibeyov, Zarifa Aliyeva, Parliament Avenue, Mehdi Huseyn, Teymur Elchin, Istiqlaliyyet streets, White City Boulevard. Therefore, traffic in these directions, on parallel and adjacent streets, will be restricted for all types of vehicles. We ask citizens not to use personal vehicles."

The traffic police department also noted that due to the events to be held on these streets, traffic would be restricted on September 26 from 07:30 to 10:00 and on September 27 from 06:30 to 14:00.

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Gold coins with Merkel’s portrait on sale in Germany

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Souvenir coins made of pure gold with a portrait of German Chancellor Angela Merkel to commemorate the end of the 16-year era of the chancellor have been put on sale in Germany, Report informs, citing RIA Novosti.

The coin shows the years when Merkel was the chancellor: 2005-2021.

The souvenir coins weighing 0.3 grams cost EUR 49.

Germany will hold elections to the Bundestag on September 26. The new government will be formed, and a new chancellor nominated based on the results of the elections.

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Taliban urge world to give them 20 months before judging their rule

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The international community should give 20 months to the Taliban movement that seized power in Afghanistan before judging their rule, the newly appointed minister of economy in the Taliban Cabinet Kari Din Mohammad Khanif said, Report informs, citing TASS.

"We do not ask the world to help us or cooperate with us, as the previous regime did. The world community assisted the previous authorities for 20 years, but still, they failed. Let the world give us 20 months and then judge whether we succeeded or not," the member of the radicals' commission on culture Inamullah Samangani quoted the minister on his Twitter page.

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