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With roots in Asia, steams and branches in Europe, Azer­bai­jan Re­pub­lic is con­sid­ered

to be the largest state in South Cau­ca­sus for its pop­u­la­tion, ter­ri­tory, po­lit­i­cal and ge­o­graph­i­cal po­si­tion and eco­nomic power and al­ready has taken a wor­thy place in the world com­mu­nity. It didn’t achieve it with any as­sis­tance, as to a vas­sal of a pow­er­ful coun­try, but only due to its strength and in­ter­nal re­sources. The world’s first oil well was drilled here; Azer­bai­jan is min­ing rich oil and gas de­posits with world com­pa­nies, and es­tab­lished trade and eco­nomic re­la­tions with the Euro­pean pow­ers which are strongly in need of en­ergy re­sources of Azer­bai­jan. Today, along­side with be­ing an en­ergy cen­ter in the re­gion, Baku has be­come a mega­lopo­lis with more than 60 diplo­matic rep­re­sen­ta­tions, hun­dreds of world com­pa­nies and fa­mous brands work­ing here, large-scaled in­ter­na­tional con­fer­ences, cul­tural and sport com­pe­ti­tions. Open­ing its em­bassies in more than 60 coun­tries around the world, Azer­bai­jan broad­ens its diplo­matic net­work. Com­mer­cial and eco­nomic re­la­tions, sci­en­tific and cul­tural co­op­er­a­tion of the coun­try with world coun­tries are in­ten­sively de­vel­oped. Year by year in­creases in the num­ber of tourists, par­tic­i­pants of in­ter­na­tional events which are held in this coun­try known as “Land of fire”. How­ever, mon­i­tor­ing ef­forts shows that for­eign­ers feel lack of in­for­ma­tion about Azer­bai­jan. As it is writ­ten in “The Bi­ble” and “Qu­ran”, az­ers ex­isted from the prophet Abra­ham's fa­ther Azar’s times, and lived from the ori­gin in the ter­ri­tory from the city of Der­bend, a part of cur­rent Rus­sia, to the north of Iran and eastern Turkey, em­i­grated in the dif­fer­ent coun­tries of the world, 20 per­cent of the 50 mil­lion’s na­tion live in Azer­bai­jan Re­pub­lic and it is con­sid­ered as the world Az­eri’s coun­try. Two hun­dred years ago Azer­bai­jan was di­vided be­tween Iran and Rus­sia. Though the first demo­cratic re­pub­lic of the East (Azer­bai­jan Re­pub­lic (1918-1920)) was cap­tured by Bol­she­vik Rus­sia, it couldn’t break peo­ples’ will of free­dom. For the 70 years of the soviet regime, thou­sands of in­tel­li­gentsia, cit­i­zens were shot without any trial, were killed by send­ing in cold taigas of Siberia and arid deserts of Kaza­khstan. Once the tree is cut down, in his place new shoots sprout ... Place fore­fa­thers for his sons and grand­sons. In 1989-1990, the Azer­bai­jan Re­pub­lic was the first to raise its head in the peo­ple’s prison called USSR. Jan­uary 20, 1990 soviet puni­tive troops chas­tised the civil pop­u­la­tion who de­manded their in­de­pen­dence ac­cord­ing to the Con­sti­tu­tion. Once again they were mur­dered, wounded, missed hun­dreds of civil­ians of Azer­bai­jan. Fi­nally, in 1991 Azer­bai­jan gained its in­de­pen­dence and re­stored state, its flag, coat of arms and an­them, which were lost 70 years ago. Nowa­days, Azer­bai­jan is an in­de­pen­dent state which has no for­eign armed con­tin­gent or base, with its in­de­pen­dent pol­icy ruled by will of peo­ple, and is owner of its nat­u­ral re­sources. As it was men­tioned above, the cul­ture, lit­er­a­ture of this coun­try, peo­ple is still need to be known by the world. For this pur­pose, we started the pub­li­ca­tion of a new magazine. Read­ers of Az­eri

Ob­server will be able to re­ceive in­for­ma­tion on the fol­low­ing top­ics: - Ana­lit­i­cal ar­ti­cles about so­cial, po­lit­i­cal, eco­nomic events taken place in the coun­try; - Ana­lit­i­cal ar­ti­cles about po­lit­i­cal, com­mer­cial, eco­nomic events con­nected with Azer­bai­jan, taken place in for­eign coun­tries; - Ac­tiv­i­ties of rep­re­sen­ta­tives of diplo­matic mis­sions and in­ter­na­tional or­ga­ni­za­tions in Baku; - Ar­ti­cles about ac­tiv­ity of em­bassies of Azer­bai­jan Re­pub­lic in for­eign coun­tries; - Azer­bai­ja­nian di­as­pora. Ar­ti­cles about works of World Congress of Azer­bai­ja­ni­ans; - Dif­fer­ent ar­ti­cles about science, cul­ture, his­tory, lit­er­a­ture, mu­sic, art, folk art of the coun­try; - Ac­tiv­i­ties of neigh­bours of Azer­bai­jan – Iran, Turkey, Ge­or­gia, Tur­me­nia, Rus­sia and Ar­me­nia, and ar­ti­cles of these coun­tries about Azer­bai­jan; - İm­por­tant news of the month and etc. Along with it, tak­ing into ac­count the in­ter­est of its read­ers, Az­eri Ob­server will also cover other top­ics. We think that Az­eri Ob­server will gain its read­ers, with ar­ti­cles, re­ports, com­ments and news writ­ten about dif­fer­ent spheres of life, who will be wait­ing for the magazine ev­ery month!

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