Energie Minister Damian Gjiknuri unterzeichnete einen Vertrag für den Bau der TAP Gas Pipeline mit der kriminellen Familie Alijev aus Baku, der natürlich als Wirtschafts und Energie Minister auftrat in Tirana , was dann der dritte Vertrag inwischen ist. Eine merkwürdige Unterzeichnung, ohne alle Inhaber der Pipeline. 1 Milliarden $ Investion in Albanien sagt der Minister.
Das kriegsverbrecherische Terror-Netzwerk NATO hat mit der Ausbildung der aserbaidschanischen Armee für psychologische und Informationsoperationen während der Krise begonnen. …
Kleines Land und dann sowas: die meisten Politischen Gefangenen in Europa: ein reiner Verbrecher Staat, wo nur die Geschäftemacher auch rund um Waffen Handel auftauchen.
2014 was also a year of increasing repression by regimes that feared any protests might expose their shaky legitimacy.
The Azerbaijani regime ends this year as the country with the largest number of political prisoners in Europe.
Aserbeischan, ist wie Georgien ein Gangster Land, wo man vor Mord nicht zurückschreckt. Deshalb hat der frühere Gangster Mikheil Saakashvili, Berater Verträge mit der Regierung, obwohl er noch nie im Lande war.
Das die Amerikaner nicht mehr wissen was sie wollen, weil man zu inkompetend und gefährlich faschistisch kriminell ist, wird ständig gezeigt.
Die TAP Pipeline wurden von den Süd Italienischen Regional Verwaltungen abgelehnt.
In den USA sieht es so aus in 2013
Ein neuer US Senats Report, lehnt aus Sicherheits Gründen das TAP Projekt ab.
ENERGY AND SECURITY
FROM THE CASPIAN TO EUROPE
A MINORITY STAFF REPORT
PREPARED FOR THE USE OF THE
COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS
UNITED STATES SENATE
ONE HUNDRED TWELFTH CONGRESS
DECEMBER 12, 2012
Diverse Welt Firmen sind an dem Geschäft beteiligt, wo Moral und Menschenrechte, leere Worthülzen sind, gerade mit dem Gangster in Baku und einem rein kriminellen Clan, wo Wahl Ergebnisse bereits verkündet werden, bevor die Wahl Lokale schliessen. Die US Mafia hatte einmal einen Killer vor 15 Jahren auf die Familie Alijev angesetzt, der dann in einem prominenten Auto Unfall in der Türkei verstarb. Seitdem gehorcht gehört der Präsident bei jeder Art von Geschäft den Amerikaner und korrupte EU Firmen und Politiker machen sowieso immer mit.
Vor 1 Jahren:
Tuesday, October 1st, 2013
vor fast 2 Jahren:
The Albanian and Azerbaijani government have signed an agreement that gives green light to the study of the feasibility for the gasification of Albania. This is the first step towards starting an important process, declared the Minister of Energy, Damian Gjiknuri, during a press release.
Albania will receive 1 billion USD in investments for the next three years through the construction of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline. The leaders of the Azerbaijani state-owned gas company, one of the main shareholders of this project, say that the works in Albania will start in the next year with the construction of roads. Most of these investments will be realized during 2016-2017.
Azerbajxhani do të gazifikojë Shqipërinë
·U diskutua për projektin e gazsjellësit TAP si dhe përfshirjen e kompanive shqiptare në zbatimin e tij
·16 miliardë metër kub gaz do të mund të kalojnë drejt Turqisë, Greqisë, Shqipërisë dhe nëpërmjet Durrësit drejt Italisë
TIRANË, 19 dhjetor 2014 – Sikurse ka njoftuar ekskluzivisht “Dyrrah”-u, më 18 dhjetor 2014, ka mbërritur në Shqipëri një delegacion i qeverisë së Baku-së. Ministri azerbajxhanas i Industrisë dhe Energjisë Natig Alijev do të largohet nga Tirana më 20 dhjetor 2014.
KRYEMINISTRI EDI RAMA: DINAMIKË E RE
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Die Behörden der Kaukasus-Republik Aserbaidschan haben das Büro des US-finanzierten Senders Radio Free Europe in Baku durchsucht und dichtgemacht. Mehrere Journalisten sollen festgenommen worden sein. mehr…
Obwohl Aserbaidschan in keiner Weise westliche Menschenrechtskriterien erfüllt pflegt die boomende Kaukasusrepublik wegen ihrer Ressourcen engste Beziehungen zum Westen
Man kann nicht glauben, das ein Eduard Lindner einmal im Innenministerium höchste Positionen hatte.
Nachdem er bei den Wahlen 2009 nicht mehr für den Bundestag kandidierte, übernahm Lintner die Leitung als Geschäftsführer der “Gesellschaft zur Förderung der deutsch – aserbaidschanischen Beziehungen mbH”.
A new ESI report – Disgraced – Azerbaijan and the end of election monitoring as we know it – examines how this happened, what it means for the future of international election monitoring in Europe and the world, and what might be done to prevent it from happening again.
Vaclav Havel – Andrei Sakharov
While Russian efforts to destabilize Ukraine have intensified throughout the summer, authorities in Azerbaijan have likewise continued to challenge the fundamental norms of post-Cold War Europe. Russia has made a mockery of numerous European conventions and obligations. Azerbaijan has made a mockery of the Council of Europe and its role in defending the European Convention on Human Rights.
In May 2014, Azerbaijan assumed the chairmanship of the Council of Europe (CoE). Expectations were low, for many good reasons. And yet, what happened next was worse than imagined. During the summer, hiding behind the war in Ukraine and its own recently attained chairmanship of the CoE, Azerbaijani authorities unleashed an unprecedented wave of repression, targeting opposition politicians, journalists, civil society representatives, and human rights defenders. See here:
Leyla Yunus – Rasul Jafarov – Intiqam Aliyev – Anar Mammadli
Over the last year, many of the most prominent human rights defenders in Azerbaijan came together to produce a list. They knew what they were doing was dangerous. They also felt that it had to be done – it is a list of political prisoners, which exposes the discrepancy between Azerbaijan’s human rights obligations and the systematic violation of these commitments that is occurring today.
A working group led by Leyla Yunus and Rasul Jafarov met a number of times leading up to this summer, and applied the definition of “political prisoner” that was adopted by the Council of Europe in 2012, to nearly one hundred Azerbaijanis jailed for political reasons:
The list also revealed just how nervous and aggressive the authorities have become. Even before an English translation of the list could be published, Leyla Yunus, Rasul Jafarov, and prominent lawyer and human rights defender Intiqam Aliyev were themselves arrested.
And in a bitter irony that reveals so much about Azerbaijan today, they are now included in the very list they helped create. Next to Anar Mammadli, who had been advising the Council of Europe rapporteur on political prisoners in 2012, and who had already been sentenced to more than five years in jail earlier in 2014.
Human Rights Defenders as Targets
The targeting of those who document human rights violations in Azerbaijan is in fact reminiscent of the fate of previous generations of dissidents and human rights defenders in autocratic regimes: it conjures memories of the signatories of Charter 77, the Committee for the Defense of the Unjustly Prosecuted or the Polish Workers Defence Committee in communist Central Europe.
Back in the 1970s the playwright and activist Vaclav Havel, author of Charter 77, wrote:
„We never decided that we would go to jail. In fact, we never decided to become dissidents… we simply went ahead and did certain things that we felt we ought to do, and that seemed to us decent to do, nothing more nor less.“
Leyla Yunus, Rasul Jafarov, Intiqam Aliyev, and Anar Mammadli represent the same tradition of doing „what is decent,“ and speaking out for the rights of others. For this they are paying a very high personal price. Leyla Yunus (whose husband Arif is also in jail) is in bad health.
Conditions in prisons in Azerbaijan are terrible. It now appears that the authorities in Baku are no longer even worried about the possibility of some of their prominent prisoners dying in jail. And yet, none of this would be apparent to a casual visitor of this website: the homepage of the Council of Europe, proudly presenting the initiatives by the curremt chairmanship: Azerbaijan.
Havel and Sakharov – prizes and signals
We believe that it is in the interest of democrats across Europe to preserve respect for human rights and for the European Convention on Human Rights. Human rights defenders like Leyla, Rasul, Intiqam, and Anar defend our common heritage.
For this reason, a number of international NGOs have recently launched an effort to promote Leyla Yunus, Rasul Jafarov, and Intiqam Aliyev as candidates for the European Parliament’s Sakharov Prize in 2014.
If you want to learn more go here: Standing Up for European Values
To learn how this prize is awarded and how you can help – and which MEPs to contact in the next days (!) – please go here: ESI Briefing – How the Sakharov Prize 2014 is awarded – Contacts
The European Parliament should send a strong signal to a region vital to the rest of Europe; at a moment when both Russian tanks and Azerbaijani prosecutors are trying to tear up the norms and values on which today’s European order is built.
Also, on 26 August 2014 the selection panel of the Václav Havel Human Rights Prizeannounced its three finalists. This prize is awarded by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) in partnership with the Václav Havel Library and the Charter 77 Foundation. And one of the three finalists was Azerbaijani human rights activist and independent election monitor, Anar Mammadli.
Anar Mammadli learned about this decision in a prison cell. On 26 May 2014, Azerbaijan’s Baku Court of Grave Crimes sentenced him to 5.5 years in jail.
Black Sea in Budapest
Thomas Carothers – Ulrich Speck – Gerald Knaus – Matteo Fumagalli – Goran Buldioki –Wolfgang Reinicke
2014 is a dramatic year for the Black Sea region. The conflict between Russia and Ukraine presents a challenge to the European security order – conflicts, closed borders, and rivalries weaken institutions and the rule of law. Democracy and human rights are under pressure.
We meet to discuss all of this in Budapest on 6-10 October 2014:
Geopolitische Neuordnung im Kaukasus, im Mittleren Osten und in Zentralasien
Werden die USA zur vorherrschenden Macht im größten Energiereservoir der Erde? Das ist die entscheidende außenpolitische Frage der Zukunft. Rizvan Nabiev analysiert das Ringen der Großmächte um den Zugang zu den riesigen Ol- und Gasvorkommen und die Stationierung von Truppenkontingenten im Zentrum Eurasiens.
Ilir Meta und der Präsident von Aserbeischan, auch als Verbrecher gut bekannt, einer hoch korrupten Familie
in Rumänien, man schmiert Politker