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91.2% of Azerbaijani citizens fully trust President Ilham Aliyev – SURVEY

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The Center for Social Researches (CSR) of Azerbaijan has published the results of the survey "President's activities in public opinion" in the 6th issue of the Trust Index magazine, Trend reports with reference to the CSR.

The survey was conducted in all regions of the country, except Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic and the territories liberated liberated from Armenian occupation [in the 2020 second Karabakh war].

In the course of the survey, 91.2 percent of the respondents said that they fully trust President Ilham Aliyev, and 6.9 percent of them said that they predominantly trust him.

According to 93.6 percent of the respondents, the president, as the architect of the Victory [in the Second Karabakh War], successfully propagandizes the history of Victory by his active speeches on international platforms, 85.7 percent of them said that the head of state encourages citizens' participation in perpetuating the Victory.

Besides, 85.7 percent of the respondents said that this ensures the superiority of Azerbaijan in information policy, and according to 81.9 percent of the respondents, the Victory opens up new opportunities to work in this direction, while 85.7 percent noted increased resistance against external pressure and attempts that contradict the national interests.

Meanwhile, 81.9 percent of the respondents said that the Victory will lead to the national unity and successful politics.

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Azerbaijan to simplify civil UAV registration procedures

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The Ministry of Digital Development and Transport of Azerbaijan will simplify the procedures for registration of civil unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) this year, Deputy Minister Rovshan Rustamov said, Trend reports.

Rustamov made the remark at an event entitled "Priorities in the field of digital development and transport in Azerbaijan".

According to him, to simplify these procedures, it’s necessary to create an appropriate infrastructure to digitalize all processes.

"We want to make the process of registering UAVs as simple as possible. First of all, it’s necessary to take a step towards digital transformation," he noted. "Besides, in order to import these devices to Azerbaijan and register them, it’s needed to apply to nearly seven government agencies, three of which are subordinate to our ministry."

"The consent of third-party institutions is also required, and this takes about two-three months. Thus, we have already identified specific areas and steps that can contribute to the simplification of these procedures," the deputy minister further said.

"In this regard, we can talk about a project which will be created based on a single portal accepting online applications. This year, we plan to fully implement this process," added Rustamov.

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CBA hold regular foreign currency auction

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The Central Bank of Azerbaijan (CBA) held a regular currency auction with the participation of the State Oil Fund of the Republic of Azerbaijan (SOFAZ) on Jan. 27, Trend reports referring to the CBA.

According to the CBA, the demand of local banks for foreign currency amounted to $84.2 million and was fully met.

The average weighted exchange rate of the manat to the US dollar amounted to 1.7 AZN/1 USD based on the results of the auction.

The CBA has begun to conduct foreign exchange auctions through a one-way sale of currency in a competitive environment since mid-January 2017.

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Finance Ministry to put up gov’t bonds for new auction

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The Baku Stock Exchange (BSE) will hold an auction on the placement of Azerbaijani Finance Ministry’s medium-term government bonds worth 35 million manat ($2.9 million) on February 1, 2022, Trend reports via the BSE.

According to the exchange, bonds with a face value of 100 manat ($58.8) each with a maturity of 1,092 days and a yield of four percent will be put up for the auction.

Interest payment dates are set for August 2, 2022, January 31, 2023, August 1, 2023, January 30, 2024, July 30, 2024, and January 28, 2025 (the principal payment deadline).

Pasha Capital CJSC will be the underwriter of the placement.

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