|25 Jun. 2008||
The NATO Science for Peace and Security Programme celebrated today in the capital city of Baku the destruction of all remaining stocks of mélange rocket fuel in Azerbaijan.
|7 Mar. 2008||
NATO and Azerbaijan approved an updated version of their Individual Partnership Action Plan (IPAP) on 7 March 2008. The document is the first full-review of Azerbaijan’s IPAP since 2005.
|24 Sep. 2007||
The NATO Secretary General's Special Representative for the Caucasus and Central Asia, Robert Simmons, visited Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia from 24 to 28 September for political consultations with senior government officials and parliamentarians. He also introduced NATO's newly appointed Liaison Officer to the region, Zbigniew Rybacki, to the authorities in the three countries.
|2 May. 2007||
The Foreign Minister of Azerbaijan, Elmar Mammadyarov, visited NATO on 2 May, to discuss Azerbaijan’s reform efforts with NATO Ambassadors and the NATO Deputy Secretary General, Alessandro Minuto-Rizzo.
|4 Jul. 2006||
On 4 July 2006, NATO Assistant Secretary General for Public Diplomacy, Jean Fournet, and the first deputy Prime Minister of Azerbaijan, Abid Sharifov, officially inaugurated a melange conversion plant in Azerbaijan.
|3 Jul. 2006||
Azerbaijan will host the fourth “NATO Week” in Baku from 3 to 8 July 2006 . In this framework, a series of special events, aimed raising public awareness of NATO policies and structures and reaching out to the civil society, will be organised with the support of NATO Public Diplomacy Division and the Government of Azerbaijan.
|18 Nov. 2005||
An official opening ceremony of the NATO Partnership for Peace project for the clearance of unexploded ordnance in Azerbaijan was held in Baku on 18 November. NATO Secretary General’s Special Representative to the Caucasus and Central Asia, Mr Robert Simmons, and Azerbaijan’s Deputy Prime Minister, Mr Abid Sharifov, took part in the proceedings.
|8 Nov. 2005||
The International Election Observer Mission’s initial conclusions that, despite some improvement, a number of OSCE commitments and Council of Europe standards for democratic elections were not met, are cause for concern.