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Joint statement of foreign trade chambers to Azerbaijan
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British Business Group Azerbaijan updated their status.
British Business Group Azerbaijan
British Business Group Azerbaijan
The Azerbaijan UK Alumni Association have organised at the Landmark Rotunda, Nizami Street, a collection point where you can deliver items that Hospitals, Displaced people or Soldiers may need. You may drop off your items and if you have a preference for where your donation may go then you can advise at the Rotunda.

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British Business Group Azerbaijan
British Business Group Azerbaijan
On behalf of The British Business Group in Azerbaijan, we would like to extend our support to the Azerbaijan Nation.

We hope that you all stay safe. We extend our condolences to those who have suffered as a result of the hostilities. We wish that the conflict ends quickly and believe that the UN Security Council Resolutions 822, 853, 874 and 884 should be implemented immediately thus bringing back peace and enduring stability.
British Business Group Azerbaijan
British Business Group Azerbaijan
President Ilham Aliyev signed a decree declaring martial law. As reported by Azeri Daily, this was announced by the aide to the President of Azerbaijan, Hikmet Hajiyev.

Hikmet Hajiyev noted that, taking into account the Armenian provocation, Azerbaijan declares martial law from 00:00 on September 28.

According to the decree of the President of Azerbaijan, a curfew is introduced in Baku, Ganja, Sumgait, Yevlakh and a number of other cities from 21:00 to 06:00.

During this time, it is forbidden to go out into the streets and other public places without special permission and identity documents.

This is a google translate of the Internet article on Haqin.az
British Business Group Azerbaijan
British Business Group Azerbaijan
Quarantine regime relaxes in Azerbaijan: SMS permissions are canceled, visits to beaches are allowed.
As a result of tightened measures to prevent the spread of a new type of coronavirus infection (COVID-19), applied since June 21, 2020, the sanitary and epidemiological situation has stabilized.
As 1news.az was told in the Operational Headquarters under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Azerbaijan, as a result of preventive measures and citizens' compliance with existing rules, it was possible to achieve a decrease in the number of infections with the virus. In accordance with the current sanitary and epidemiological situation, it was decided to apply some mitigations in cities and districts where a stricter quarantine regime was introduced.
From 06:00 on August 5, 2020, in the cities and districts included in the special quarantine zone, the system of leaving the house by means of SMS permits, service certificates, and the icaze.e-gov.az portal will be canceled.
Since Wednesday, August 5, visits to beaches throughout the country are allowed within the framework of the rules established by the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of Azerbaijan, the Ministry of Emergency Situations and the Baku Executive Power in accordance with the requirements of the quarantine regime.
The severe quarantine regime remains in force until 00:00 on August 31 in the following cities and regions:
Baku, Jalilabad, Ganja, Masalli, Mingachevir, Sumgayit, Yevlakh, as well as Absheron, Barda, Goranboy, Goygol, Khachmaz and Salyan regions of Azerbaijan.
The following restrictions remain in effect in these cities and regions:
A ban on public transport from 8 to 10, from 15 to 17, from 22 to 24 and from 29 to 31 August.
The ban on the activities of large shopping centers, with the exception of grocery stores and pharmacies (located in them), remains in force;
- customer service directly in public catering facilities;
- the work of museums and exhibition halls;
- educational and educational process in all educational institutions (with the exception of exams, competitions, interviews and receiving applications from citizens related to the issuance of various certificates and documents);
- holding all public events, including cultural and sports (including sports competitions and outdoor games);
At the same time, all permits and bans on the work of various fields of activity, introduced by the decision of the Cabinet of Ministers of June 19, 2020, remain in force.
As part of the quarantine regime until 00:00 on August 31, 2020, the following restrictions remain:
- entry and exit to the territory of the country by land and air; (excluding private and charter flights)
- entry and exit to cities and areas in which a strict special quarantine regime is applied, with the exception of the movement of special-purpose vehicles, including ambulances, emergency rescue, rescue and cargo vehicles, as well as ground and air transport of passengers from other cities and regions of the country (except for the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic)
- a ban on group and individual reception of citizens on the ground in government agencies, except for the ASAN and DOST service centers;
- banning services for organizing events, including the organization of birthdays, weddings, engagements and similar ceremonies at the client's home or other places in this area;
- suspension of work of large shopping centers and children's and other entertainment centers, cinemas, and catering facilities in malls;
- suspension of activities of entertainment establishments, as well as children's entertainment establishments (including on the territory of boulevards and parks);
- suspension of sports, health and rehabilitation services (with the exception of medical services in this area);
- suspension of work of cultural objects, as well as cinemas, theaters, gyms;
- prohibition of religious ceremonies, with the exception of funerals, as well as the organization and conduct of funeral ceremonies in ceremonial halls, tents and other closed premises;
- ban on organizing weddings;
- the activities of the educational process in all educational institutions (except for receiving applications from citizens related to exams, competitions, interviews and the issuance of various certificates and documents);
- a ban on uniting people in groups of more than 5 people in public places, including streets, boulevards, parks and other places;
- suspension of all public events, including cultural and sports events;
- a ban on the use of hookah equipment at catering establishments;
- a ban on visits by relatives of patients to medical institutions;
- suspension of massage and sauna services.
The operational headquarters calls on all citizens to comply with established medical and preventive rules in order to reduce the number of infected people and protect themselves and their loved ones from infection. Therefore, it is important to remember to observe social distance, in public places it is imperative to wear a protective mask and not to gather in groups of more than 5 people.