The speakers at the event spoke about the merits of the book, its historical significance, noting that it is a valuable source for reporting to the world the truth about the realities of Azerbaijan.
Attention was focused on the fact that the history of the Karabakh Khanate again suggests that this area is the age-old Azerbaijani land. Throughout history, people of Azerbaijan shed blood in defence of this remarkable region.
It was stressed that the rare photographs in the 330-page book, published by the publishing house “Sabah” at a high level, reflecting the history of Karabakh, would attract of interest of a wider audience.
European Immunization Week is a regional initiative, led and coordinated by WHO/Europe and implemented by Member States to address their particular issues. Partner organizations, including the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), contribute at the regional and national levels. Continue reading
The Embassy of Kazakhstan in London invites to a concert of Amir Tebenikhin, a distinguished Kazakh pianist on 9 May, 2010 at Jesus College Chapel, Cambridge.
Amir Tebenikhin, who recently has been awarded an honour to participate in the most prestigious music festival in Europe, Ruhr Festival 2010 will present the same programme, including musical compositions by R. Schumann and F. Chopin, whose 200th anniversary we celebrate this year. Continue reading