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ANALISIS NR. 6 PARA EL DIARIO EL INDEPENDIENTE, PARAGUAY 12 OCTUBRE 2019.

Azerbaiyán y Paraguay

 

En el sistema económico mundial, cada Gobierno diseña una política energética propia en base a sus capacidades en materia de producción y comercialización de la energía [non] renovable. A la luz de esto, el Presidente de Azerbaiyán S. E. ILHAM ALIYEV ha propuesto una iniciativa que contribuye al bienestar general de la población mundial.  En el marco de la estrategia de un país independiente, la República de Azerbaiyán desea promover la cooperación económica – desarrollo de proyectos energéticos – con el Paraguay.  

Es menester tener en cuenta, que la cooperación comercial, económica y política entre Asunción y Bakú, es de gran importancia para las regiones de Sudamérica y el Cáucaso.  Azerbaiyán ha podido adquirir un lugar privilegiado en el concierto de naciones, utilizando la política energética para garantizar la seguridad y soberanía nacional. En este campo, el Gobierno del Paraguay, un país con abundantes recursos naturales, renovables, puede fomentar proyectos de investigación con el Gobierno de Azerbaiyán, con el objetivo de desarrollar una política energética sustentable y elevar tecnologías de energía renovable e industria petroquímica.  

 

La visita en Asunción, del Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores de Azerbaiyán, Elmar Mammadyarov (24 de Marzo-2019), estableció el curso diplomático y político adecuado, después del inicio de las relaciones bilaterales (2004).  Ambos estados forman parte del Grupo de Países en Desarrollo sin Litoral Marítimo. La visita de la Diputada Nacional Esmérita Sánchez De Da Silva (Sept. 2016), invitada por el Gobierno de Azerbaiyán, marca la primera visita oficial desde el Paraguay en Bakú.  Los lazos de amistad entre Azerbaiyán y Paraguay piden una cooperación más estrecha en las áreas de comercio, consultas políticas, desarrollo de proyectos energéticos, turismo y la trascendente integración en la Organización Mundial del Comercio. 

Peter M. Tase: Editor Internacional – El Independiente (EE.UU.).    

Peter Tase: Pashinyan’s Karabakh provocations lead to chaos

Peter Tase: Pashinyan's Karabakh provocations lead to chaos

Aggressive behavior of new Armenian authorities under leadership of Nikol Pashinyan only makes situation inside the republic more uncontrollable, negatively affecting stability of the entire South Caucasus, American expert on international relations, Peter Tase, sain today in an interview with Vestnik Kavkaza, commenting on Pashinyan’s latest statements on the Nagorno-Karabakh settlement.

“Pashinyan’s provocative rhetoric against Baku is inappropriate and aggressive, it will ultimately lead to more chaos and unrest inside and outside of Armenia,” political scientist said.

New Yerevan’s foreign policy looks especially strange because it doesn’t expand circle of Armenia’s allies, on the contrary, it just narrows it, while Azerbaijan continues to strengthen its regional and international ties, Peter Tase noted.

“While Pashinyan repeats the same uncompromising statements over and over again, President of Turkey strengthens friendly, mutually beneficial relations with Azerbaijan,” he said.

According to Tase, Russia has key role as mediator in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict settlement. That’s why Moscow will likely take more steps to make new Yerevan less aggressive.

READ THE ARTICLE:

http://vestnikkavkaza.net/news/Peter-Tase-Pashinyan-s-Karabakh-provocations-lead-to-chaos.html

Peter Tase: Armenian diaspora in U.S. makes every effort to discriminate Azerbaijan

Peter Tase: Armenian diaspora in U.S. makes every effort to discriminate Azerbaijan

There is a group of politicians in the U.S. Congress pushing for the anti-Azerbaijani interests of the Armenian diaspora, American expert on international relations Peter Tase said in an interview with Vestnik Kavkaza, commenting on a ban on the sale of air defense systems to Azerbaijan.

“I think the congressman Sherman from California represents large community of Armenians in the United States. And they are critical to his election victory. Sherman has also been active on a political war against Azerbaijan since 2005 – after becoming a member of Congress he has begun to hinder and blackmail the strong bilateral alliance between the U.S. and Azerbaijan,” Peter Tase noted in the fist place.

“If you go and look into his official website, you’ll find information that makes him very active on his campaign against the bilateral relations between Azerbaijan and the U.S. Congressman Brad Sherman has been active in trying to promote the Armenia and U.S. collaboration while jeopardizing and hindering and mining the process of strategic partnership between Azerbaijan and the U.S.,” the American expert pointed out.

READ THE RTICLE:

http://vestnikkavkaza.net/news/Peter-Tase-Armenian-diaspora-in-U-S-makes-every-effort-to-discriminate-Azerbaijan.html

Peter Tase: Baku International Multiculturalism Summer School is an ideal initiative that strengthens multicultural and interfaith dialogue

Baku, July 17, AZERTAC

“The 9th International Multiculturalism Summer School launched by the Baku International Centre of Multiculturalism (BICM) is a wonderful initiative that has been led and implemented by the Administration of President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev. This is an initiative that strengthens multicultural dialogue which brings together various cultures, ethnic groups and unites over 37 countries,” American journalist, political analyst Peter Tase has told AZERTACin an exclusive interview.

READ THE ARTICLE:
https://azertag.az/en/xeber/1307369

Peter Tase: Armenia must immediately end occupation of Nagorno-Karabakh

12 July 2019 07:00 (UTC+04:00)

Baku, Azerbaijan, July 12

Trend:

The protracted armed conflict in Azerbaijani territories, occupation of Nagorno-Karabakh by Armenia must end immediately, Peter M. Tase, expert in Transatlantic Relations and Azerbaijani Studies, a senior advisor to the Global Engineering Deans Council and to various European and Latin American governments, told Azernews, Trend reports.

He noted that Azerbaijan has been very careful, pragmatic and consistent when it comes to solving the armed conflict of Nagorno-Karabakh.

Tase stressed that Baku is a trusted partner of the West and has established an admirable reputation when it comes to embracing a negotiations practice that is envied by some of the most sophisticated democracies in Europe.

“On the other hand, issues arising from the internal disputes in Armenia are matters that must be resolved among Armenian political leaders and civil society,” he mentioned.

The expert pointed out that Nagorno-Karabakh is a sovereign territory of Azerbaijan, historical sources and archaeological sites show ample evidence of this region considered to be the heart of Azerbaijani nation and economy. He added that this conflict that has serious security implications throughout Europe, Central Asia and the Middle East.

As to additional steps needed to be taken to advance the negotiation process on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, he considers that first, the Armenian Armed Forces should withdraw from the occupied territories and second, the Azerbaijani communities, that were forced violently to leave their homes in Nagorno-Karabakh, should be allowed to return in their hometowns.

READ THE ARTICLE:

https://en.trend.az/azerbaijan/karabakh/3088945.html

72ND UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO KICK OFF IN NEW YORK

The 72nd session of the UN General Assembly will kick off today iN

New York. Draft resolutions titled “The situation in the occupied territories of Azerbaijan” and “Protracted conflicts in the GUAM area and their implications for international peace, security and development” are included in the provisional agenda of the 72nd session of the UN General Assembly. Seemingly, this year as in the previous UN General Assembly sessions, abovementioned draft resolutions may not be submitted for discussion. It is well-known fact that issues of global and regional importance, threatening peace and integrity are the main topics for discussions in the annual General Assembly sessions. Despite the fact that the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict is the major menace to the regional security and above all, a major impediment in implementing the UN sustainable development goals (SDG), for many years United Nations limit themselves with certain statements noting that this issue is within the competence of the OSCE Minsk Group. Theoretically, it can be a substantiated argument, but given the fact that any issues of regional and global concern should be at the heart of an international organization, it provokes important questions. So, why the draft resolutions on the Nagorno-Karabakh problem remained unaddressed in previous UN GA sessions? And, is it expected to be so this year as well?

Peter Tase, a journalist and International Senior Adviser to the Chicago-Kent College of Law considers that it largely depends on the outcome of planned meetings between Armenian and Azerbaijani foreign ministers and possibly presidents on the sidelines of UN GA this year.

READ THE ARTICLE:

http://cbc.az/en/en/news/72nd-un-general-assembly-to-kick-off-in-new-york1505230969

 

Baku International Humanitarian Forum discusses the role of media in inter-civilizational dialogue

Baku, September 30, AZERTAC

“Transforming of Journalism for the Information Age and its Role in Ensuring Inter-Civilizational Dialogue” round table has been held as part of the 5th Baku International Humanitarian Forum.

Organized by AZERTAC, the round table focused on the formation of alternative models of journalism in the information society, the role of modern journalism in ensuring intercultural, inter-faith and inter-civilizational dialogue, and the significance of virtual journalism and the role of social networks in the context of the challenges of modern society.

In his opening remarks, AZERTAC Director General Aslan Aslanov said: “The capital of Azerbaijan has hosted this Forum since 2011, which aims to build an authoritative international platform for world scientists and culture figures as well as acclaimed experts to discuss pressing global humanitarian challenges.” “In these two days, the capital of Azerbaijan traditionally turns into an “intellectual Davos” as it brings together many Nobel Prize winners, politicians and scientists,” he added.

Titled “The formation of alternative models of journalism in the information society”, the first panel session was moderated by First Deputy Director General of the Russian news agency TASS Mikhail Gusman. He thanked President Ilham Aliyev, the government of Azerbaijan and the Heydar Aliyev Foundation for “the excellent” organization of the Forum.

Mr. Gusman highlighted the use of technologies in modern journalism, as well as favourable opportunities for media development.

Speakers included Deputy Director General of UNESCO Engida Getachew, Chief of Office of the Rector of ADA University Shafag Mehraliyeva, Managing Director of IRNA News Agency Mohammad Khodadi, founder of Globalist international affairs magazine Yusof Hashim, Chief Executive Officer of Ethiopian Fana Broadcasting Corporate Woldu Baraki, and CEO of The Three B Limited Japan`s World Investors TV Kazuyasu Ishida.

The second panel meeting was called “The role of modern journalism in ensuring intercultural, inter-faith and inter-civilizational dialogue”. It was moderated by International Programs Assistant at Marquette University, USA, international relations expert Peter Tase. Speakers at this panel included President of Argentina`s Télam National News Agency Rodolfo Pousa, Director General of AZERTAC Aslan Aslanov, PR and Media Manager at Slovakian International Habitat for Humanity Ekaterina Bezgachina, former President of Croatia Ivo Josipovic, Associate Professor at International Journalism Department, Baku State University, Tarana Mahmudova, Head of Internet Studies Problems at the Institute of Information Technologies Rasim Mahmudov.

 

 

 

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http://azertag.az/en/xeber/997325

“Armenian Armed Forces have caused an environmental genocide in the occupied territories of Azerbaijan”

PACE Resolution 2085 defends the rights of the Republic of Azerbaijan to be free, sovereign and live in peace and stability with its neighbors, American political expert Peter Tase told Azadinform.

 

“It is imperative that Azerbaijan and its Autonomous Republic of Nakhchivan acquire a full territorial sovereignty from the agresor state and Government of Armenia” he said.

The expert added that we should remember that Armenia has occupied for over 20 years, the Nagorno-Karabakh region and seven districts that are next to Nagorno-Karabakh region, also it has invaded and occupied over 450 square kilometers that belong to the Autonomous Republic of Nakhchivan, which is an integral part of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

“The world, including Washington DC, should become more familiar with the ongoing Nagorno-Karabakh conflict which is becoming ever more dangerous to the world peace and stability”.

According to Tase Armenian Armed Forces have caused an environmental genocide in the occupied territories of Azerbaijan.

He underlined that Armenian Troops have destroyed more cultural and archeological sites in Nagorno-Karabakh than the Islamic State has destroyed in Syria.

The world should know about the 25 year long Blockade imposed by the Armenian Brutal Government against the Hard working people of Autonomous Republic of Nakhchivan.

READ THE ARTICLE:

http://www.en.azadinform.az/news/a-107107.html

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