TWEETSTweets by @azembassyus
MAILING LIST SIGN-UP
Shah Deniz II and the Southern Gas Corridor
Time Certain -Davis, Ambassador Elin Suleymanov, Azerbaijan
Ambassador Suleymanov's interview with Dennis Wholey
Land of fire
Azerbaijan's traditional handmade carpets
In this section, our colleagues will provide regular advice and information on consular matters. We welcome your questions and suggestions for the Consular Corner topics
Azərbaycan Republikasının Amerika Birləşmiş Ştatlarındakı Səfirliyi ABŞ ərazisində yaşayan Azərbaycan Respublikası vətəndaşlarına qar fırtınası ilə bağlı xəbərdarlıq edir.
2014-cü ilin 12-13 fevral tarixlərində ABŞ-ın Şimal-Şərq ərazisində güclü qar fırtınasının baş verməsi gözlənilir.Read more...
News digest February 25, 2014
Greetings from the Embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan in Washington, DC. In this edition of the News Digest, you will find stories about growing support for Azerbaijan in the U.S. Congress, greater energy cooperation with the European Union, and an article from The Wall Street Journal on Baku's economic and cultural modernization Read More ...
Tragedy of 20th century: 22 years passes since Khojaly genocide
Armenian military forces committed genocide acts in the town of Khojaly on its population of 7,000 on Feb.26, 1992.
Some 613 people were killed, 1,000 civilians of different age became invalid as a result of bullet wounds during the Khojaly genocide. About 106 women, 63 children, 70 old men were killed. Eight families were completely annihilated, 130 children lost one parent, while 25 both lost both parents. 1,275 civilians were taken hostages, while the fate of 150 of them is still unknown Read More ...
Remembering Vugar Gashimov
Azeri GM Vugar Gashimov was one of the leading chess players of his country, having played in four Chess Olympiads, winning gold for Azerbaijani European Team Chess Championship in 2009. On the night of January 10-11, at the age of just 27, he died of a recurrent, malignant brain tumor. His girlfriend, Elisabeth W, was with him to the end. She tells us what Vugar was like Read more...
Remembering the tragedy of Black January
Some 24 years ago, acting upon the orders of the USSR Communist Party leadership 26 000 Soviet troops, heavily armed and equipped with military combat vehicles, attacked Baku to suppress Azerbaijan’s independence movement. Altogether, more than 130 civilians were brutally killed and around 700 were wounded on January 20, 1990. The killing was indiscriminate with elderly, women, children and even medical personnel among the victims Read more...
to the United States of America