TEAS Magazine

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2014-01

UK FOREIGN SECRETARY WILLIAM HAGUE ATTENDS SIGNING OF $45bn PIPELINE DEAL

Also in this issue:

Secular democracy discussed in Paris

SOCAR buys Greek natural gas operator

WTO talks to resume in February

1500 IDP families rehoused in Ganja

Isfar Sarabski amazes Parisian jazz fans

2013-12

TEAS CELEBRATES ITS FIFTH ANNIVERSARY IN STYLE
Azerbaijani and Armenian Presidents meet after more than two years
EU Eastern Partnership Vilnius Summit brings Azerbaijan closer to Europe
Azerbaijani Day at the EBRD‘The Incomplete Manuscript’launched in London
‘Azerbaijan Through the Lens’ travels to Istanbul

2013-11

NEW OPPORTUNITIES IN THE SPOTLIGHT AT THE TEAS BUSINESS FORUM

Also in this issue:

Euro-integration discussed in London
EU provides €30m to Azerbaijan
Lord Mandelson recognises Azerbaijan’s development
New airport terminal opened in Baku
Azerbaijani and Armenian Presidents to discuss Nagorno-Karabakh

TEAS Magazine October 2013

CHINARA ALIZADE – SHINING LIGHT OF THE BOLSHOI

Also in this issue: 
Azerbaijan takes UN Security Council Presidency
Mammadyarov addresses the UN General Assembly
US support for WTO accession
ICG recognises the Nagorno-Karabakh threat
Plans finalised for the TEAS Business Forum London

TEAS Magazine September 2013

HAGUE AND MAMMADYAROV FIRM UP THE RELATIONSHIP
Also in this issue:
Mammadyarov meets Azerbaijan APPG members in London
Minister for Europe Lidington welcomes TAP decision
EU Commissioner Füle approves €19.5m agreement
A new concept of primary education
Obama stresses support for peaceful Nagorno-Karabakh resolution

TEAS Magazine August 2013

BAKU’S HIGH-PROFILE NEW LANDMARK IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Also in this issue:
20 years of Agdam occupation commemorated
James Warlick – new US representative for the OSCE Minsk Group
TAP decision gains international support
EBRD to deepen co-operation with Azerbaijan
Elchin’s theatrical menace comes to Camden

TEAS Magazine July 2013

OLYMPIC HERO MO FARAH MANAGES THE ARSENAL LEGENDS IN TEAS CHARITY FOOTBALL MATCH
Also in this issue:
Shah Deniz Consortium opts for the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline
OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairs call for peace at G8 Summit
Azerbaijan Through the Lens travels to the European Parliament
Five Roads Back Home highlights faces of IDPs to a Paris audience
New UK Ambassador to Azerbaijan announced

TEAS Magazine June 2013

20TH CASPIAN OIL AND GAS EXHIBITION HELD IN BAKU
Also in this issue:
IDP and refugee football team to play against the Arsenal legends
UK Prime Minister Cameron – “close friend and partner to Azerbaijan”
EBRD predicts 3.5 per cent GDP growth
Occupation forces place Nagorno-Karabakh under flood threat
Fidan Hajiyeva gears up for Proms performance

TEAS Magazine May 2013

MOVING KHOJALY MASSACRE FILM MASSACRE SCREENED TO A LONDON AUDIENCE
Also in this issue:
French religious leaders visit Azerbaijan
Azerbaijani and Armenian sides discuss economic collaboration
IDP documentary screened to Parisian cinephiles
Mugham to be heard at BBC Promenade Concerts
IFC to invest $28.8m in Azerbaijan

TEAS Magazine April 2013

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IN ALL SECTORS HIGHLIGHTED IN PARIS
Also in this issue:
Novruz celebrated by over 500 in Kensington
EU–Azerbaijan visa facilitation talks continue
Space of Mugham festival amazes in Baku
Turkey scraps proposed flights to Yerevan
A Lieutenant and two soldiers killed on Nagorno-Karabakh ‘contact line’

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