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The Defense Minister of the Azerbaijan Republic Zakir Hasanov Zakir Hasanov will travel to Tehran on Tuesday.
A visit by Iran's Minister of Roads and Urban Development Rostam Ghasemi to the Republic of Azerbaijan can be described as a step in the direction of the 13th Iranian administration's approach to expanding cooperation with neighboring countries.
Iran’s Roads and Urban Development Minister Rostam Qassemi on Monday left Tehran for Baku, the capital of the Republic of Azerbaijan, to discuss further mutual cooperation.
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian has welcomed the expansion of bilateral ties with the Azerbaijan Republic and what he called “unique commonalities” between the two countries.
Iran’s ambassador to Baku says a new transit corridor stretching from the Islamic Republic through the Azerbaijan Republic and Georgia to Europe will become operational this week.
Iran says it stands ready to jointly construct power plants with the Azerbaijan Republic.
Iran and the Republic of Azerbaijan have reached an agreement to construct a road bridge on the Astarachay River on their border.
Iran’s president says the country will not allow foreign entities to interfere and create insecurity in the region.
Iran, the Republic of Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan sign a trilateral gas swap deal.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has described his talks with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan as useful and timely.
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian says the Republic of Azerbaijan has adopted an aggressive policy against his country, saying what Baku calls the Zangezour Corridor is meaningless and phrases like that, have been coined by the Azeri government. He made the comment in response to Azeri President Ilham Aliyev’s demand that Yerevan open a corridor through its territory to give Azerbaijan access to Nakhjavan, an autonomous Azeri region.
Shahin Mostafayev, Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Azerbaijan has said expanding ties with Tehran in all areas is on Baku’s agenda.
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian saysTehran is ready to help Azerbaijan reconstruct areas in Azeri territories affected by last year’s war between Azerbaijan and Armenia.
Armenia and the Republic of Azerbaijan have reached a ceasefire agreement, mediated by Russia, ending hostilities that erupted along their borders, according to the defense ministry in Yerevan. Armenia earlier reported deaths and the loss of military positions along borders.
The joint commission of Iran and the republic of Azerbaijan has held its first meeting in Baku with the aim of facilitating road transportation.
The situation at the Armenian-Azerbaijani border, where a shootout was earlier reported, is relatively calm, Yerevan has announced.
Armenian Prime Minister Niko Pashinyan has said Iranian trucks can use the Tatev-Aghvani alternative road to travel to the Republic of Azerbaijan without paying customs duties from now on. Pashinyan was speaking at a meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers on Thursday.
Armenia’s foreign ministry has strongly condemned what it calls blatant violation by the Azerbaijan Republic’s military of a ceasefire agreement signed between Yerevan and Baku last year.
Yerevan has accused Baku of seeking to discredit the activities of Russian peacekeepers in Nagorno-Karabakh.