Last week review

Politics Materials 18 March 2008 12:00 (UTC +04:00)

10 March

•SOCAR delegation visited Zelenodolsk Plant named after A.M.Gorkov

11 March

•A meeting took place in Baku between officials of State Social Insurance Fund of Azerbaijan and Israeli delegation headed by Israel's Ambassador to Azerbaijan

•Seminar commenced in Baku on mechanism of forming oil and gas prices

• Azerbaijan's Ministry of Industry and Energy completed devising industry development program in Azerbaijan

•Double-currency policy began to be pursued in Azerbaijan

•Talks with WB on third education system formation program was completed in Azerbaijan

•Cost of second road construction project in Azerbaijan was decreased

•Azerfon signed first roaming-agreement with Bangladesh

•WB accelerated talks on second water project in Azerbaijan

12 March

• Azerbaijan commenced supplying electricity to Georgia

•NGOs in Azerbaijan suggested measures to ensure transparency in Public investments

•Italian delegation comprised of 15 representatives engaged in large and small business arrived in Azerbaijan on three days visit

•News conference of IMF mission's head took place in Baku dedicated to consultations with Azerbaijan Government

•2008 budget of Baku-Tbilisi-Kars project was determined

13 March

•Prime Minister of Georgia arrived in Baku

•Azercell Telecom awarded Toyota RAV4 car to its three millionth subscriber

•Azerbaijani bank refused to sell its shares in processing center to EBRD

•Shareholders of Garadagh Cement approved contract with Azerbaijan Investment Company

• Romania and Azerbaijan signed energy co-operation agreement

14 March

•Government of Georgia gave permission to launch terminal in Kulevi

•President of Azerbaijan issued an order on changes to Law on Real Estate Register

• Azerbaijan's Cabinet of Ministers provided a report on activities in 2007

15 March

•Representation of U.S. auditor company BKR Intrenational was opened in Azerbaijan

•New Law on Insurance was approved in Azerbaijan

•Construction of many-storey building was ceased in Azerbaijan due to breaks in technical security regulations