Ilham Aliyev

Bishop of Baku and Caspian region addresses Orthodox Christians regarding upcoming presidential elections in Azerbaijan

September 24, 2013 News

24/9/13 Baku. Mubariz Aslanov – APA. Bishop Alexander of Baku and the Caspian region has addressed the Orthodox Christians regarding the upcoming presidential elections in Azerbaijan. APA reports that at the meeting in the Caucasian Muslims Board the Bishop has today called on the Orthodox Christians to vote for Ilham Aliyev. He said that Heydar […]

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President Ilham Aliyev congratulates Orthodox Christians in Azerbaijan

May 4, 2013 Featured News

4/5/13 Baku – APA. President Ilham Aliyev has congratulated Orthodox Christian community of Azerbaijan, APA reports. The message of congratulations says: “Dear compatriots! I congratulate you on the sacred Easter, extend my best wishes to you. Throughout the centuries mutual respect, confidence and fraternal relations have existed among different nations and religions in the Azerbaijani […]

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‘No nuance of Orthodox community’s life escapes president’s attention’

January 10, 2013 Featured News

10/1/13 There is no disagreement between the representatives of the various religious denominations in Azerbaijan. The statement came from Archbishop Alexander of Baku and Azerbaijan at a reception hosted by the Baku-Azerbaijan Diocese on the occasion of Christmas. “President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev congratulated the Azerbaijani people on the New Year, especially with a greeting […]

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President congratulates Orthodox Christians

January 5, 2013 News

5/1/2013 President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has congratulated the Orthodox Christian community of Azerbaijan on Christmas. The congratulatory message reads: “Dear fellow countrymen, I extend my heartfelt congratulations and best wishes to you and the whole Christian community of Azerbaijan on the holy Christmas-the birth of Prophet Jesus. World religions in Azerbaijan have peacefully coexisted […]

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