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Turkish columnist Pashinyan made fool of himself in debate with Aliyev

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A columnist for Turkey's famous Hurriyet newspaper, Yalchin Bayer, devoted an article to the debate between President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan as part of the Munich Security Conference on February 15.

The article emphasizes that the debate has attracted worldwide attention, Report informs.

The author writes: “The discussion hosted by a moderator between Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan related to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict within the framework of the Munich Security Conference held on February 14-16 has been in the spotlight all over the world. Ilham Aliyev’s advanced knowledge of English and full comprehension of the subjects gave him a superiority, while Pashinyan appeared as an 'amateur' politician. Despite his poor knowledge of English, he tried to speak in this language. It can be summarized as follows: 'For the first time, the Azerbaijani President managed to clearly show the rightfulness of his country on such a wide platform. Meanwhile, Pashinyan said nothing new and even Armenian commentators and experts claimed the meeting formed an unpleasant image of Armenia. Pashinyan was like a populist politician…Commentators in Armenia described their prime minister as an ‘inexperienced politician’. The huge gap in political literacy between Aliyev and Pashinyan drew attention. While one of them referred to international law, the other one cited prehistoric events as an example making him look ridiculous. According to international observers, particularly Armenian commentators, Aliyev’s successful statements will reshape the discussions on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and create hope for the solution of the problem.”

The article also includes opinions of Professor of Ege University (Izmir) Aydin Ibrahimov and journalist Artak Vardanyan living in Yerevan.

Artak Vardanyan mentioned: “Nikol Pashinyan was born in 1975. He studied journalism at the Faculty of Philology at Yerevan University in 1991-1994. Because of his political activities, he was expelled from the university. He is unaware of the history and the conflict (refers to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict – "Report"). He has been the prime minister for the last two years but still acts as a populist like a third-class street politician. All his knowledge is too basic.”

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Iran death toll from coronavirus reaches 210

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At least 210 Covid-19 patients have died in Iran, sources within the country's health care system have told BBC Persian.

This figure, as of Thursday evening, is way above the official figure of 34.

The official figure for infected people is at 388 but many have challenged official figures. Most victims are from the capital, Tehran, and the city of Qom where the Iranian outbreak started.

Iran's government has defended its response to the spread of the virus and denied it is withholding information about the number of people affected. News.Az

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Azerbaijani President allocates AZN14m for improvement of water supply in Aghdam

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Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev has signed an Order to provide funding to improve water supply for irrigation and drinking in 18 residential areas in Aghdam district.

Under the presidential Order, Azerbaijan Irrigation and Water Management Open Joint Stock Company is allocated AZN1.4 million for digging 20 sub-artesian wells to improve irrigation of cultivable lands and supply of drinking water for 24,740 people in 18 residential areas in the district.

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TABIB Coronavirus doesnt have deadly effect on children younger than 10

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“There are 7 varieties of coronavirus. From these, 4 are the diseases causing nasal discharge in people and take their course with such easy fly symptoms as a sore throat. Other varieties of this disease which were detected in the recent past and are spreading now have caused epidemics”, said Vasif Aliyev, head of TABIB’s Working Group, member of Operative Task Force under Cabinet of Ministers of Azerbaijan, APA reports.

He said there is no standard, specific, antivirus treatment method for any of these varieties: “Only the symptomatic treatment is applied to them. There is neither vaccine nor antiviral medicinal preparation for these diseases. Just some medicinal preparations are used for treatment, but their efficiency hasn’t been completely proved”.

V. Aliyev noted that according to the statistics, this virus doesn’t have deadly effect on children younger than 10: “Mainly the elderly people, the people suffering from a chronic disease – diabetes, chronic kidney, heart and liver failure, as well as the people have undergone organ transplantation, and the people suffering from oncology diseases bear this disease more heavily due to their weak body resistance. Some patients can recover in two weeks, but others can suffer more heavily, at the same time there is a likeliness of the repeated contraction of the virus. Similarly to the repeated contraction of the flu virus, the coronavirus can also be caught repeatedly. This is a case for all viruses”.

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