The total volume of cargo transportation via Georgia’s Batumi port to Azerbaijan amounted to 167,304 tons in January-June 2019, Batumi Sea Port Ltd.
The Azerbaijan-Georgian relations have been on the top of the political agendas in the both countries in the recent months. We talked to Dr. George Mchedlishvili from Georgia to understand what caused misunderstandings between Baku and Tbilisi and what to expect further.
ADY Container, an Azerbaijani company which is a subsidiary of Azerbaijan Railways, and the Chinese Xi'an Continental Bridge International Logistics Co., Ltd have signed a transport agreement on container transportation along the Trans-Caspian International Transport Route (TITR).
Azerbaijan demonstrates high rates of the social policy, Head of the EU delegation in Azerbaijan Kestutis Jankauskas said.
The coordinated cooperation among Turkey, Azerbaijan and Georgia is very important, Turkish National Defense Minister Hulusi Akar told.
The key participants of the Trans-Caspian International Transport Route (TITR) are the national transport companies of Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan, a representative of the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development of Kazakhstan told.
European Union (EU), which is a long-standing partner of Azerbaijan, can support the projects in the country to be connected to the European transport system, since Azerbaijan is the initiator of big transport infrastructure projects in the region and is located at the intersection of trade routes.
Azerbaijani-Iranian relations are developing intensively, Azerbaijani Economy Minister Shahin Mustafayev told reporters in Baku,Trend reports April 19.
The meeting held between Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan on March 29 in Vienna is an excellent step to be back to a direct dialogue on resolving the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, Nathalie Goulet, French senator and vice-chair of the Senate’s Foreign Affairs Committee, told Trend March 30.
The third Nuclear Security Summit has entered its second day in the Hague as heads of state and government from more than 50 countries, heads of international organizations, and thousands of delegates continue discussing ways of preventing nuclear terrorism around the globe.