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President Ilham Aliyev: Security in Azerbaijan is provided at the highest level
“Security in Azerbaijan is provided at the highest level. Azerbaijan is one of the safest countries on a global scale. The Azerbaijani people live, work and create in the conditions of peace, calm and security. We are doing everything possible for a comfortable life of the Azerbaijani people,” said President Ilham Aliyev as he addressed a meeting of heads of the country`s law enforcement bodies. “Today, Azerbaijan is regarded as a rapidly developing modern state. Our strength is growing day by day. Our potential in political, diplomatic, economic and social spheres, in the field of army building, on the battlefield, and on sports grounds is strengthening day by day. Over the past 15 years, there has not been another country that would develop as rapidly in the economic sphere as Azerbaijan. Therefore, of course, the forces trying to cast a shadow over our successes and influence our policy are resorting to different methods. Dirty defamatory campaigns are conducted against us. These campaigns, built on lies and libel, are not producing any effect. The Azerbaijani people do not believe in this lie and slander. The Azerbaijani people believe in their leadership. The presidential election held this year has demonstrated this to the whole world yet again,” the Azerbaijani President said.
20th anniversary of establishment of Azerbaijan`s Constitutional Court marked
An event marking the 20th anniversary of the founding of the Constitutional Court of Azerbaijan has been held in Baku. Addressing the event, Chairman of the Constitutional Court Farhad Abdullayev congratulated judges and employees of the court on the occasion of its 20th anniversary. He described the 20th anniversary of the Constitutional Court's activity as a milestone event in the life and legal system of independent Azerbaijan. Saying that a series of events marking this occasion have been held in the country, Abdullayev recalled the recently-organized international conference on “The state governed by the rule of law and constitutional justice: values and priorities”. Abdullayev emphasized great leader Heydar Aliyev`s and President Ilham Aliyev`s special attention to the Constitutional Court. The chairman noted that President Ilham Aliyev's congratulatory letter addressed to the Court`s staff is “a sign of great confidence and at the same time great responsibility for us”. Abdullayev expressed his gratitude to the head of state for conferring high awards and honorary titles upon a group of judges and employees of the Constitutional Court on the occasion of its 20th anniversary.
MIGA issues $1.1b in guarantees to support TANAP
MIGA, a member of the World Bank Group, has issued US$1.1b worth of guarantees in support of the approximately 1,850km long Trans-Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline ('TANAP'), which will transport natural gas from Azerbaijan to Europe, according to MIGA. The fifteen-year guarantee is being offered to cover AKA Bank, Citi, Crédit Agricole CIB, ING, LBBW, Santander and Société Générale for their loans to Southern Gas Corridor CJSC ('SGC CJSC'), a special purpose vehicle overseeing the Government of Azerbaijan's interests in the Southern Gas Corridor Program, and a key shareholder in TANAP. MIGA's guarantees provide protection in the event the Republic of Azerbaijan fails to honor its sovereign guarantee on SGC CJSC's payment obligations under the loans. "MIGA's guarantees are playing a critical role in securing commercial financing on competitive terms," said Keiko Honda, CEO and Executive Vice President of MIGA. "Moreover, close coordination with the IBRD on due diligence ensures that TANAP is in line with international best practices." TANAP was inaugurated in June 2018 on time and under budget, and by 2020 is expected to transport 16 billion cubic meters per annum ('bcma') of natural gas. Some 6 bcma will be delivered to the European and Turkish gas market. The pipeline is one of four projects making up the Southern Gas Corridor Program, which aims to transport gas from Azerbaijan's Shah Deniz gas field to Italy through Georgia, Turkey, Greece and Albania. The Program supports Azerbaijan's upcoming gas exports, but also helps improve regional energy infrastructure connectivity, the diversification of Europe and Turkey's energy supply, and energy security in the region. SGC's General Director Afgan Isayev having noted that Southern Gas Corridor Project will enable the delivery of Azerbaijani gas to Turkish and European energy markets and will provide significant contribution to the development of Azerbaijan's economy, said "This transaction is a landmark deal of its type for MIGA and Azerbaijan as it represents the first ever deal concluded between the parties. We remain hopeful that this will pave the way for further collaboration and MIGA's further involvement in projects initiated by Azerbaijan. We also understand that guarantee extended by MIGA to commercial banks under this transaction is one of the largest ever guarantees provided by MIGA, and we feel proud for being entrusted such a privilege."
Belarus, Kyrgyzstan sign agreement on cooperation in information sphere
MINSK, 11 July (BelTA) – Belarus and Kyrgyzstan have signed an agreement on cooperation in the sphere of information. The document was signed by Belarusian Information Minister Alexander Karlyukevich and Kyrgyz Deputy Culture, Information, and Tourism Minister Ainura Temirbekova on 11 July, BelTA reported. The agreement is supposed to encourage regular exchange of news about political, economic, social, and cultural life of Belarus and Kyrgyzstan. It will also promote cooperation between news agencies and the exchange of delegations. Alexander Karlyukevich said: “We would like to saturate the agreement between the ministries with concrete deeds. To begin with, we would like to get content about Kyrgyzstan and Kyrgyzstan would like to get content about Belarus. We would like readers to see what our countries are concerned about, what projects are being implemented. It is the key purpose of the agreement. There is no doubt that media tours will be arranged within the framework of the agreement. Kyrgyz reporters are expected to participate in our events and Belarusian reporters will participate in Kyrgyz creative and media projects.” In turn, Ainura Temirbekova underlined that long-standing arrangements between the ministries had been finally legislated. “We've worked with the Belarusian Information Ministry for a long time. Today we have signed an agreement, which allows putting all the previously discussed ideas into practice. First of all, we would like to establish direct interaction between professional organizations – television and radio companies of the two countries. Agreement between the Belarusian National State TV and Radio Company and the Kyrgyz Public Television and Radio Broadcasting Corporation was reached yesterday. I'd like to mention the high level of existing cooperation between BelTA and our news agency Kabar,” she said. The Kyrgyz side also suggested a new avenue of cooperation in the sphere of information. In particular, cooperation at the level of regional journalism was mentioned. Alexander Karlyukevich backed the proposal. He specified: “Today there are hundreds of regional media in Belarus. We would like Eurasian matters – life and events in Eurasian countries – to be topical for our mass media and respectively their readers. We've decided that the Soyuz-Eurasia supplement to the Zvyazda newspaper will be used for it.” Cooperation will begin by covering the main events in Belarus and Kyrgyzstan. Among important events the information minister mentioned the 2nd European Games Minsk 2019. In turn, Ainura Temirbekova invited Belarusian reporters to attend the 3rd World Nomad Games, which will take place on the picturesque shore of Lake Issyk-Kul in Kyrgyzstan on 2-8 September.
Specialists from Turkey consult Kyrgyz oncologists on latest achievements in fight against cancer
Bishkek, July 12, 2018. / Kabar /. Highly skilled specialists treating cancer arrived in Kyrgyzstan from Turkey. They will hold meetings with local colleagues and tell about the latest achievements in the treatment of cancer patients. Dr. Typhoon Khanjilar said that within two days he and Dr. Abut Kebudi will consult on new methods in therapy. "In recent years, medicine has made a major breakthrough in radiation therapy, and we are here to talk about these achievements. We are for the first time in Kyrgyzstan. Before that, I participated in similar seminars and consultations in other countries," Dr. Khanjilar said. He noted that for today patients with oncological diseases can receive proper treatment here, at home. An exception may be cancer of the brain or lungs, which require special apparatus. "Consultations will be provided to both patients and doctors. In addition, we will present our colleagues with new methods of therapy," the doctor said. The specialist added that the upcoming meetings were initiated by the Kyrgyz side, and an invitation to visit Kyrgyzstan for meeting with local colleagues was accepted with great interest. The guests from Turkey will hold consultation meetings with doctors today, and tomorrow they will visit the National Oncology Center in Bishkek.
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