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29 May 2012 description
report Baku Today

As of May 28 morning, the water level in the village of UST-Ânsk of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) per day dropped by nearly 1.5 metres and is at $ 960 cm, with critical-940 cm. Water logged still 25 yard areas. As correspondent BakuToday in far eastern Russia, regional emergency Center for the Elimination of the accident involving 70 participants, 16 units of equipment.

30 Apr 2012 description
report Baku Today

Committee of emergency situations and civil defense (COES) of Tajikistan requests the authorities of that country to provide fuel for flood relief, and also help the affected population with food and other necessities. About this BakuToday 30 April it was reported in the press service of the Ministry.

27 May 2007 description
report Baku Today

"I agree with French OSCE MG co-chairman Bernard Fassier that military solution to the Karabakh conflict is unacceptable. The sooner the conflict is settled, the better it is for Armenia and Azerbaijan and for the whole region," Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Elmar Mamedyarov told journalists while commenting on the co-chairs' statements made at the press conference in Baku.

The minister once again reiterated the need for adoption of the main principles of settlement by the sides, on the basis of which a future peace agreement will be signed.

12 Dec 2006 description
report Baku Today

Azerbaijan on Monday described the constitutional referendum held in its breakaway region of Nagorny Karabakh as a "farce."

Some 98.6 percent of votes cast in Sunday's poll approved a constitution declaring the Armenian-backed Nagorny Karabakh an independent state.

"In the end it will have negative rather than positive consequences.

Such a referendum does not contribute to a peaceful resolution," Azerbaijan's Foreign Minister Elmar Mammadyarov told journalists on Monday.

"The passing of a legal resolution would need the participation of …

18 Aug 2006 description
report Baku Today

Russia was reportedly completing on Thursday the transfer of military equipment from one of its two Soviet-era bases in Georgia to Russian troops stationed in Armenia.

Russian news agencies said a convoy of 13 military trucks and armored vehicles left the Russian base in Akhalkalaki, southern Georgia, early in the morning and was expected to cross the Armenian border in the afternoon.