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  • Textile association wants competitive environment

    ISLAMABAD: The chairman of the All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA) on Sunday called for a more competitive business environment in the country to boost the country’s exports...

    According to Mr Haq, Pakistan needed an export led growth for economic stability in the country...

  • ‘Sports can bring Azerbaijan, Pakistan further close’

    BAKU: Pakistan’s ambassador in Azerbaijan Saeed Khan Mohmand on Wednesday hosted a reception here in honour of the Pakistan Olympics Association (POA) officials who had accompanied the sports contingent that participated in the 4th Islamic Solidarity Games and said that the two countries enjoy very good relations which can be further improved through bilateral sports tours...

    “Our athletes have performed admirably in the Islamic Games...

  • Azerbaijan to buy 10 Super Mushshak planes from Pakistan

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan signed an agreement with Azerbaijan for sale of 10 Super Mushshak aircraft to Azerbaijan Air Force...

    The contract was signed in Azerbaijan by Pakistan Aeronautical Complex, Kamra, Chairman Air Marshal Arshad Malik and Azerbaijan Air Force Commander Lt Gen Ramiz Tahirov, says a press release issued here on Sunday...

  • Pakistan, Azerbaijan to boost trade ties

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Azerbaijan agreed on Thursday to expand bilateral cooperation in the fields of trade, gas and electricity besides introducing road and air connectivity...

    This was decided at a meeting of the Pakistan-Azerbaijan Joint Commission (PAJC) held here on Thursday...

  • Pakistan to sign agreement with Azerbaijan to facilitate oil, gas import

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Azerbaijan will sign an inter-governmental agreement (IGA) to facilitate import of oil and gas products from the former Soviet nation after arrival of President Ilham Eliyev on Tuesday, said Petroleum Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi...

    “Azerbaijan is one of the leading oil and gas exporters and has developed its expertise in these sectors,” he said...

  • Large contingent would have fetched more medals for Pakistan: Pakistan Olympic Association

    LAHORE: Needless reduction in the number of athletes in Pakistan’s contingent by Pakistan Sports Board (PSB) for the ongoing 13th South Asian Games in Nepal has affected Pakistan’s chances of winning more medals in the mega event...

    In a press release, the Pakistan Olympic Association (POA) stated on Friday that while small countries like the host Nepal (596 athletes), Sri Lanka (564 athletes), Bangladesh (470 athletes) and India (487...

  • Azerbaijan’s National Day

    “There is always something special about neighbours,” said a Pakistani guest at Azerbaijan’s national day reception in Islamabad...

    The day, Respublika günü, the Republic Day, is celebrated in commemoration of the founding of the Democratic Republic of Azerbaijan in 1918...

  • Hosts Azerbaijan win Islamic Games with 75 gold medals

    BAKU: Hosts Azerbaijan clinched the top position with 162 medals including 75 gold while Turkey finished runners-up with 195 medals including 71 gold and Iran finished third with 98 medals including 39 gold as the 4th Islamic Solidarity Games came to close here on Monday...

    Pakistan participated in fifteen of the twenty one disciplines contested at the Islamic Games, bagging 12 medals in all including three silver and nine bronze... ...

  • Nagorny Karabakh clashes continue despite Azerbaijan ‘ceasefire’

    Azerbaijan said it had decided to “unilaterally cease hostilities” and pledged to “reinforce” several strategic positions it claimed to have captured inside the Armenian-controlled territory...

    Both sides accused each other of continuing to fire across the volatile frontline that has divided them since a war that saw Armenian separatists seize the region from Azerbaijan ended with an inconclusive truce in 1994...

  • Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict is a reminder of Europe’s instability

    HEAVY fighting between the armed forces of Azerbaijan and Armenia over the weekend has highlighted the unresolved disputes and chronic internal instability that still affect key strategic areas of Europe, even as the political and security focus has shifted to external threats...

    With the attention of EU leaders firmly fixed on Syria’s civil war, the refugee crisis and the menace posed by Islamist terrorism, the sudden eruption on...

  • Two dead in Armenia-Azerbaijan clashes despite ceasefire

    Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev held talks with Armenian President Serzh Sarkisian on Thursday and Azerbaijan’s leader Ilham Aliyev on Friday...

    Armenia-backed separatists seized control of Nagorno Karabakh which lies inside Azerbaijan territory but is populated mainly by Christian ethnic Armenians, in the war that claimed some 30,000 lives...

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