Baku Process - Contribution to the Global Multiculturalism

  All photo lovers and story tellers who believe in One World. This contest is for you! 


Embassy of Azerbaijan South Africa new address

Embassy of Azerbaijan is operating at its new premises, located at 302 ALBERT STREET, WATERKLOOF, PRETORIA 0181

Telephone: (+2712) 346 10 18 (+2712) 346 08 29

Fax: (+2712) 346 18 64

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New book "Azerbaijan as a Regional Economic Driver: Opportunities and Challenges" is published

Dear Friends! Professor Sehlare Makgetlaneng who spent tree months in Azerbaijan in 2014 has published his monograph 

"Azerbaijan as a Regional Economic Driver: Opportunities and Challenges"


Comments by Hikmat Hajiyev, spokesperson of MFA on recent situation in the frontline

Contrary to the decision of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Azerbaijan on April 3, 2016 in a peaceful and goodwill manner to suspend unilaterally counter and responsive measures, Armenian armed forces targeting densely populated residential areas and civilians continue to fire at the positions of Azerbaijan’s Armed Forces along the line of contact, particularly in the direction of Tartar and Aghdara districts with artillery and other heavy weapons. 


FOA's statement regarding recent aggression of Armenian armed forces

Friends of Azerbaijan would like to voice our condolences to the families of 12 shahids that lost their lives while heroically liberating Azerbaijan territories from aggressor Armenia that for decades ignored numerous UN resolutions and continues the occupation of historically Azerbaijan territories.


Almost 100 years since Armenians started their aggression against people of Azerbaijan

The 20th century Khojaly genocide committed by the Armenian government and military was just a continuation of a century long Armenian aggression against Azerbaijanis. The massacre of Azerbaijanis started from the Gulustan and Turkmenchay agreements signed in 1813 and 1828, which provided for settlement of Armenians on territories of Azerbaijan. In addition to earlier and later crimes against humanity directed towards Azerbaijanis, Armenians massacred 50,000 innocent Azerbaijanis in March 1918 alone.