“We would like to recall the UN Security Council resolutions, affirming the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Azerbaijan, and call for their full respect,” Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesperson for the Secretary-General, said at a briefing, News.az reports.
He has made the remark, while commenting upon the so-called “presidential elections” held by Armenian separatists in Azerbaijan’s Karabakh on September 9, 2023.
“The Secretary General urges to intensify efforts towards the long term normalization of relations for security and peace of the region,” he added.
Kalbajar, August 25, AZERTAC
President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev and First Lady Mehriban Aliyeva have viewed the construction progress of the “Istisu” mineral water bottling plant and “Istisu” Treatment and Recreation Complex in the Kalbajar district.
Head of the President’s Administrative Services Department Ramin Guluzade informed the head of state and the First Lady of the works done.
Kalbajar “Istisu” mineral water bottling plant was built in 1981. The plant was closed at the end of 1991. The newly built “Istisu” plant will occupy an area of 7.800 square meters. The enterprise will employ nearly 100 people.
Glass and plastic packaging production lines supplied by a German company will be installed at the plant.
The head of state and the First Lady were also informed about the project of the “Istisu” Treatment and Recreation Complex. Inaugurated in 1927, the sanatorium was considered the second largest resort in the former Azerbaijan SSR.
The “Istisu” Treatment and Recreation Complex will cover a total area of 32,000 square meters. The complex will have 145 rooms and 10 cottages.
The SPA Center of the complex will have a thermal bath, therapeutic bath, doctor’s room, including various therapeutic pools, procedure rooms, steam rooms, salt rooms and a beauty salon. The complex will also house restaurants, a children’s entertainment center, game room, sports cafe, karaoke room and a cafeteria.
19:02, 13 September 2023
YEREVAN, SEPTEMBER 13, ARMENPRESS. Azerbaijan has reacted to Armenia’s proposals on a peace treaty and has in turn conveyed its new proposals, Armenian Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan told lawmakers during question time in parliament on September 13.
He said that Azerbaijan conveyed its latest proposals on September 12.
“Unfortunately, I have to say that there are significant issues where the positions of the parties are very far from each other,” Mirzoyan added.