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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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President of Kazakhstan to attend CSTO jubilee session

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President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev arrived in Moscow Sunday evening to attend a CSTO jubilee session, Kazinform has learned from the Akorda press service, Trend reports.

The session dated to 30 years of signing of the Collective Security Treaty and 20 years since the establishment of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) is set to take place on 16 May in Moscow.

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Turkish FM meets with Finnish, Swedish counterparts

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Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavushoglu on May 14 held a tripartite meeting with his Swedish counterpart, Ann Linde, and his Finnish counterpart, Pekka Haavisto, in Berlin amid discussions that Turkey could block their NATO membership bid, Trend reports citing Hurriyet Daily News.

“I met with my Swedish and Finnish counterparts in Berlin on the fringes of the NATO Foreign Ministers Informal Meeting,” Cavushoglu said on Twitter.

Ahead of the meeting, the minister reiterated that the countries wanting to be NATO members must avoid supporting PKK and YPG and said he would discuss this issue with his Finnish and Swedish counterparts.

Cavushoglu emphasized that Sweden and Finland clearly support the PKK/YPG, saying, “This affects the feelings of our people negatively, despite all our warnings.”

“Therefore, a country that will be an ally should not support the PKK/YPG, the terrorist organization that attacks us every day, kills our soldiers, our police and our civilians,” he added.

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Georgian leadership to be invited to NATO Summit

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The Georgian leadership will be invited to the NATO Summit that will be held in Madrid at the end of June, Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoana said in a doorstep statement earlier today, ahead of an informal meeting of NATO ministers of foreign affairs in Berlin, Trend reports citing Agenda.ge.

NATO will always respect the right of nations in Europe, and around the world, to choose their own path. This is not subject to anyone else’s veto. [It] is the discussion about that country and the organisation they want to join,” Geoană said.

Georgia is the enhanced opportunity partner for us. We've been working with them for years and years. And I also know that the leadership of Georgia will be invited at the NATO Summit," the alliance official added.

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