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Turkic Council Secretary General: Azerbaijan's victory was a victory that united the entire Turkic world

Baku, January 19, AZERTAC

“Azerbaijan's victory was a victory that united the entire Turkic world,” said Secretary General of the Cooperation Council of Turkic Speaking States (Turkic Council) Baghdad Amreyev at a meeting with Azerbaijan`s Minister of Foreign Affairs Jeyhun Bayramov.

Secretary General of the International Organization of Turkish Culture (TURKSOY) Dusen Kasseinov and President of the International Turkic Culture and Heritage Foundation Gunay Afandiyeva also attended the meeting.

Minister Jeyhun Bayramov hailed the delegation’s visit to Azerbaijan, in particular, the visit in this framework to the territories liberated from the occupation. The importance of this visit in terms of getting acquainted with the barbaric acts committed by the enemy in Azerbaijani territories, which have been under occupation for decades, and assessing the current situation here, including the condition of historical and cultural monuments was emphasized. The unequivocal support of Turkish cooperation organizations for Azerbaijan's position based on international law and justice was noted with satisfaction.

It was brought to the attention of the opposite side that, as a result of the 44-day Patriotic War, Azerbaijan restored its territorial integrity and ensured the implementation of UN Security Council resolutions, that with the signing of the trilateral statement of 10 November, a new reality has emerged in the region, and that Azerbaijan treats its obligations responsibly according to the signed statements.

Drawing attention to the actions of the Armenian side, contradicting the joint statement of November 10, the illegal visits to the Karabakh region of Azerbaijan, as well as terrorist acts committed by the members of the Armenian terrorist-sabotage group against the Azerbaijani servicemen and civilians in the territories liberated from the occupation were particularly noted. Since 62 members of the detained sabotage group were sent to the territory of Azerbaijan with the aim of engaging in sabotage and terrorist activities in the period after the ceasefire, it was brought to the attention of the opposite side that these persons are not considered prisoners of war in accordance with international humanitarian law and are responsible in accordance with the criminal legislation of Azerbaijan.

Speaking about the restoration and reconstruction work carried out by Azerbaijan in the liberated territories, FM Bayramov stressed that these projects serve the future prosperity of the region.

Secretary General Baghdad Amreyev noted that during his visit to Azerbaijan they visited the liberated lands and got acquainted with the situation there, and expressed interest in involving Turkish cooperation organizations in the restoration of these territories. Expressing support for Azerbaijan's rightful position, the Secretary General noted that Azerbaijan's victory was a victory that united the entire Turkic world.

The sides exchanged views on the participation of the Turkic Council, TURKSOY and the International Turkic Culture and Heritage Foundation in the process of restoration of the liberated territories of Azerbaijan, as well as future plans for the city of Shusha.

During the meeting, the sides also discussed prospects for future cooperation within the Turkish Council and upcoming meetings.

 
Kyrgyzstan increases number of flights to Turkey
Bishkek, Jan. 19, 2021. /Kabar/. From Jan. 21, 2021 Manas International Airport (MIA) OJSC will increase the number of flights on the Istanbul-Bishkek-Istanbul route up to seven times a week. According to the press service of the company, the flights will be operated by Turkish Airlines. Previously, the airline operated flights on this route 5 times a week. As of today, Kyrgyzstan has resumed regular flights to Turkey, Russia, the UAE, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan, as well as domestic flights to Dzhalal-Abad, Osh, and Batken. The regular flight to Kuwait is expected to be open in February.
 
Kazakhstan to kick off vaccination campaign this February

NUR-SULTAN, 19 January (KAZINFORM) - Kazakhstan plans to kick off the coronavirus vaccination campaign in early February, Minister of Healthcare Alexei Tsoi said Tuesday, Kazinform reports.

Addressing the Government's session on Tuesday, Minister Tsoi said there are plans to start the vaccination campaign on February 1. At-risk groups are expected to be the first to get the vaccine.

Alexei Tsoi stressed Kazakhstan will carry out the step-by-step vaccination campaign. According to him, healthcare workers are the first in line to get the vaccine shots starting from February 1. Teachers of secondary schools and universities are the second in line to be vaccinated in March 2021. During the third stage of the vaccination campaign teachers of orphanages and kindergarten, students, and people with chronic illnesses will get vaccinated starting from April.

Thus, the Minister of Healthcare said 6 million of Kazakhstanis are to be vaccinated by yearend.

Prime Minister Askar Mamin said the focal point is to organize mass vaccination of the population and to this end instructed the Ministry of Healthcare to ensure readiness of medical institutions to the mass vaccination.

 
TURKSOY, Turkic Council, International Turkic Culture and Heritage Foundation representatives visit Fuzuli district

Baku, January 19, AZERTAC

The delegation of the International Organization of Turkic Culture (TURKSOY), Cooperation Council of Turkic-Speaking States (Turkic Council) and the International Turkic Culture and Heritage Foundation has visited the liberated from occupation Fuzuli district.

The delegation includes Secretary General of Turkic Council Baghdad Amreyev, TURKSOY Secretary General Dusen Kaseinov, President of the International Turkic Culture and Heritage Foundation Gunay Afandiyeva, Deputy Secretary General of Turkic Council Gismat Gozalov and others.

AZERTAC's regional correspondent reports that the delegation members first familiarized themselves with the construction of the Fuzuli-Shusha highway. They witnessed the vandalism committed by Armenians in Fuzuli during 27 years of occupation.

The delegation was informed that Armenians looted, destroyed and burned houses, public buildings, schools, kindergartens, hospitals and industrial enterprises in the occupied city of Fuzuli and in the villages of the district. The cemeteries, historical and cultural monuments of the district were also vandalized by Armenians. The delegation walked along the streets of the city of Fuzuli, viewed the destroyed buildings of the mosque, culture house and the editorial office of the "Araz" newspaper.

 
Delegation of TURKSOY, Turkic Council, International Turkic Culture and Heritage Foundation visits liberated Aghdam district

Baku, January 19, AZERTAC

The delegation of the International Organization of Turkic Culture (TURKSOY), the Cooperation Council of Turkic-Speaking States (Turkic Council) and the International Turkic Culture and Heritage Foundation has visited Aghdam district as part of the trip to the liberated territories of Azerbaijan.

AZERTAC’s regional correspondent reports that the members of the delegation have walked along the streets of Aghdam, destroyed by Armenians, and viewed the ruins of the city. The delegation also visited the Aghdam city mosque, drama theater, bread museum as well as the Mausoleum of Panahali Khan Javanshir, the founder of the Karabakh khanate.

The delegation includes Secretary General of Turkic Council Baghdad Amreyev, TURKSOY Secretary General Dusen Kaseinov, President of the International Turkic Culture and Heritage Foundation Gunay Afandiyeva and others.

 
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