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INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE TO HOLD MONITORING ON NATIONWIDE REFERENDUM
Baku, January 6, (AzerTAc). Baku branch of the International Institute for monitoring of development of democracy and parliamentarism and citizens` voting rights in the member states of the CIS Parliamentary Assembly will regularly conduct monitoring in Azerbaijan with respect to the 18 March nationwide referendum.
Director of the Branch Elman Imamaliyev said monitoring will be started shortly in Baku, Ganja, Lankaran and Guba. Experts of the CIS Parliamentary Assembly will also be engaged in the monitoring.
According to Imamaliyev, the main goal is to verify the voters` list on the eve of referendum and learn about stance of media and international organizations.
The branch is going to organize seminars for local observers. The seminars will be conducted by experts of the Institute and Parliamentary Assembly.
Imamaliyev pointed out the branch employees would also conduct opinion polls.
Monitoring results will be released after they are analyzed by experts of the institute and assembly.
 
70 MILLION TONS OF CRUDE OIL TRANSPORTED VIA BAKU-TBILISI-CEYHAN PIPELINE
Ankara, January 7, (AzerTAc). Baku-Tblisi-Ceyhan (BTC) Pipeline has to date transported 70 million tons of crude oil, BOTAS International Limited (BIL), pipeline operator in the Turkish sector said.
The transportation of crude oil is being successfully continued via the BTC Pipeline, which is described as the "energy project of the century".
650 tankers with crude oil were dispatched to the world markets from Ceyhan oil terminal since June 2, 2006.
 
ALI AGAN BECOMES PRESIDENT OF AZERBAIJAN`S LARGEST MOBILE OPERATOR

Baku, January 6 (AzerTAc). Ali Agan took office as president of Azercell Telecom, Azerbaijan`s largest mobile operator, in January 2009,
Prior to his appointment, Agan has served as Azercell Vice-President since March 2008. During his tenure, he has initiated a number of important actions.
Former president Halim Ates will work as chief operations officer and vice-president of the TeliaSonera Eurasia Group of Companies.
During Ates`s tenure, Azercell achieved a number of major milestones including privatization of state`s share in the company, 105% increase in the number of subscribers (3.5 million), and commissioning of the 1500th radio-base station.

 
MATHEMATICIANS OF TURKIC WORLD TO MEET IN KAZAKHSTAN

The Third Congress of the Turkic World Mathematicians Society (TWMS) will take place this June in Kazakhstan. Founded in 1990, the Society comprises mathematicians from Turkey, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Iran, Turkmenistan, China, Mongolia, Russia, USA and EU countries with an objective to expand cooperation among scientists of the Turkic world and join efforts to improve achievements in the field of mathematics and information technologies.
A number of well-known Azerbaijani mathematicians have become members of the TWMS` committee on international programs, and Academician Fikret Aliyev has been elected Vice -president of the Society.
The 1st and 2nd congresses of the Society were held in 1999 and 2007 in Turkey.

 
LETTER TO SECRETARY GENERAL FROM TRAVEL AGENCIES

         LETTER TO SECRETARY GENERAL FROM TRAVEL AGENCIES

           

Nicosia, 6 January 08 (T.A.K):-Turkish Cypriot Travel Agencies Union (KITSAB) sent a letter to the Secretary General of UN Ban Ki Moon via the Peace Keeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) pointing to his “lack of knowledge” in Ban’s latest Cyprus report.

KITSAB Chairman Özbek Dedekorkut said in Ban Ki-Moon’s report dated 29 November they had  detected some lack of knowledge about the tourism sector in the TRNC saying they delivered a report to UN containing that defects.

            Pointing to the words written at Ban’s latest Cyprus report “Contacts aimed at relieving Turkish Cypriots’ feeling of isolation” Dedekorkut told the press that the fixing inside the report was wrong and they have wrote and explained in detail that Turkish Cypriots were kept under inhumane cultural, sportive, social and economic isolation and that was not a very feeling, it was a reality.

            Dedekorkut added that the isolation over Turkish Cypriots was categorized as cut-and-dried organized crime, saying the definition of “isolation” in the report should be rephrased and they have demanded that.
 
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