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.
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.
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.
Press Release: On 11 April, more than 50 Azerbaijanis brought the truth of the Armenian occupation of Nagorno-Karabakh and the seven surrounding regions to the door of the Armenian Embassy in Brussels with a peaceful demonstration. The response was so potentially violent that more than 40 riot police were called. They used their riot shields to keep some of the Armenians at bay in their Embassy.
Press Release: Friends and supporters of Azerbaijan, including the German office of The European Azerbaijan Society (TEAS), assembled in front of the Federal Chancellery (Bundeskanzleramt) on 6 April to protest about the visit by Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan.
Press Release: Tony Adams ranks amongst the UK’s most renowned and recognisable footballers. Known as ‘Mr Arsenal’, he appeared for that team over 500 times in 22-year career and gained 66 caps for the English national side. He also captained the national team.
Press Release: As the world’s focus has been taken by the long-running war in Syria, it seems that Armenia has taken advantage of this distraction to renew its ambitions to illegally acquire even more Azerbaijani territory.
Press Release: On 25 March, The European Azerbaijan Society (TEAS) welcomed the passing of a 40-year jail term on 70-year-old former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic for war crimes and crimes against humanity. The verdict encompassed the Srebrenica Massacre, which saw the murder of over 7000 Bosnian Muslim males.
Press Release: On 16 March, prominent politicians, dignitaries, academics, journalists and athletes gathered at the Marriott Hotel in Baku, Azerbaijan, to celebrate the tenth anniversary of The European Azerbaijan Society (TEAS) and its magazine Visions of Azerbaijan. The organisation raises awareness of Azerbaijan, fostering closer cultural, economic and academic ties with nations across Europe.
Press Release: On 9 March, the multi-award-winning 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. The evening commemorated 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 in 1992. The death toll included 106 women, 63 children and 70 elderly people.