Press Releases

02/06/2016

Press Release: In the grand finale to the Royal Windsor Horse Show, held on the grounds of Windsor Castle, a team of 15 Azerbaijani Karabakh horses and the famed Fikrat Amirov Azerbaijan State Song and Dance Ensemble performed in front of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II. The whole extravaganza on 11–15 May 2016 had been laid on to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday. On behalf of the Azerbaijani delegation, H.M. Queen Elizabeth II has been presented with the gift of a painting by Sakit Mammadov, an Honoured Artist of Azerbaijan.

02/06/2016

Press Release: No fewer than 15 glorious purebred Karabakh Horses participated in this year’s Royal Windsor Horse Show, held in the grounds of Windsor Castle to celebrate the 90th birthday of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II, a renowned horse-lover. The event took place from 11–15 May, and the Azerbaijani participation was organised by the Azerbaijani Ministry of Culture and Tourism, the Azerbaijani Equestrian Federation (ARAF) and The European Azerbaijan Society (TEAS).

02/06/2016

Speaking in the wake of the recent upsurge in fighting on the ‘contact line’ between Azerbaijan and the Armenian-occupied territories, Lionel Zetter, Director, TEAS, gives the Azerbaijani stance to pan-European channel Euronews – beamed to an estimated 350m households in 155 countries. See the interview at http://bit.ly/lioneleuronews

02/06/2016

On 9 March, the immensely moving independent documentary Endless Corridor – a US/Lithuanian co-production – was shown at the long-established multi-disciplinary Parisian literary arts hub known as L’Entrepôt, commemorating the victims of the Khojaly Massacre on 26 February 1992. This was the worst single atrocity of the Armenian–Azerbaijani conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh and claimed the lives of 613 civilian victims. This short report contains reminiscences from H.E.

24/05/2016

Press Release: On 9 May – known as Victory Day across the post-Soviet world – Philadelphia-born Jeffrey Werbock, President, Mugham Society of America, celebrated the joy and passion of Azerbaijani mugham music with a landmark film screening at the Brunei Gallery of the School of African and Oriental Studies (SOAS), a division of the University of London. The event was organised by The European Azerbaijan Society (TEAS) and attended by a multinational audience of around 70.

23/05/2016

Press Release: Following the latest bout of ferocious fighting between the Azerbaijani army and Armenian armed forces that took place between in early April, it was the Azerbaijani side that called a unilateral ceasefire. This was despite the fact that they had achieved considerable success, reclaiming three key strategic heights that had been used by the illegal Armenian military occupiers to shell Azerbaijani civilian targets – including camps for internally displaced persons (IDPs) and refugees.

23/05/2016

Press Release: On 15 April, a noisy protest by a group of Armenians outside the Azerbaijani Embassy was neutralised by a passionate counter-demonstration by more than 70 Azerbaijani protestors and friends of Azerbaijan, including employees, friends and supporters of The European Azerbaijan Society (TEAS).

16/05/2016

Press Release: Not content with inflicting violence on the civilian population of Azerbaijan, on 9 April Armenia brought naked violence to the streets of Paris.

16/05/2016

Press Release: For the fifth consecutive year, the Paris office of The European Azerbaijan Society (TEAS) foundation has collaborated with Europa Film Akt (EFA), organiser of the eleventh L’Europe autour de l’Europe (Europe around Europe) film festival bylined with the phrase Chaos and Harmony. The evening brought three outstanding short films, all of which were receiving their European premieres, to around 70 Parisian cinephiles.

16/05/2016

Press Release: A group of over 400 Azerbaijanis, supporters of Azerbaijan, members of the Turkish diaspora and Londoners believing in international law participated in a vocal protest in the heart of London on 10 April, co-ordinated by The European Azerbaijan Society (TEAS). This began in Trafalgar Square – a focal point for Londoners and tourists.

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