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Caspian partner



Azerbaijan is a recognized regional leader in many statistical indicators. This is explained both by the large reserves of natural resources, primarily hydrocarbons, and by the unique geographic location that allows this state to play a leading role in the South Caucasus, at the same time acting as a geopolitical intermediary between Moscow, Tehran and Ankara.

Despite the fact that Russia and Azerbaijan are countries of different scale, mentality, culture, the dialogue between Moscow and Baku has always been strategic for both sides, which is due to both high rates in trade and military-technical cooperation, and Russian foreign policy cooperation with the countries of the former Soviet Union. And in the past 2017 year, bilateral relations have again shown that they are not subject to the current political situation and are based on a strategic vision of development prospects.

Russia is an important partner of Azerbaijan in the Caspian region. The countries along with Iran are involved in the implementation of the trilateral cooperation format, it is possible that the Russian-Azerbaijani-Kazakhstan interaction format will also create a way for the implementation of new promising projects with the participation of the two countries and their closest partners in the region, for example, the Russian side Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway corridor launched

At the end of 2017, an extended meeting of the Azerbaijani-Russian and Russian-Azerbaijani business councils was held in Baku, which brought together several dozen businessmen of the two countries. The parties noted with satisfaction that after a three-year decline, the trade turnover between Azerbaijan and Russia grew (by 50 percent compared to 2016 year) and exceeded 2 billion dollars. It was noted that there is an opportunity to increase this figure to 10 billions, which is quite realistic, given the economic potential of both countries and cooperation in the above-mentioned multilateral interstate formats.

One of the most important areas of interaction between the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Russian Federation is military-technical cooperation. In the summer of 2017, Azerbaijan received another batch of Russian weapons, purchased on the basis of an agreement on military-technical cooperation between the two countries. In December, the 2017-th meeting of the intergovernmental commission on military-technical cooperation between Azerbaijan and Russia was held in Baku in December 11, during which the parties discussed the state of bilateral cooperation in this field, as well as the main activities of the 2018 year.

Thus, Azerbaijani political scientist Ilgar Velizade, who considers Azerbaijani-Russian relations to be the cornerstone of regional political architecture, is absolutely right.
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  1. vlad007
    vlad007 2 February 2018 06: 39 New
    +4
    Azerbaijan is neither a member of the EAEU, nor an observer of the EAEU, nor a likely candidate for joining the EAEU. This means that Azerbaijan is not going to create a common customs and economic space with Russia with all the conclusions that follow from this. Another weather vane, which "keeps his nose in the wind."
    1. siberalt
      siberalt 2 February 2018 08: 25 New
      +1
      Well, if the associate professor Ilgar Velizade himself said, Tod oh! belay
    2. Safevi
      Safevi 2 February 2018 09: 20 New
      +8
      "This means that Azerbaijan is not going to create a common customs and economic space with Russia"
      A SHOULD create? As for the "weather vane" .... Whose cow would mumble. .Here everyone knows who is behind the aggressor on our land, and who provides them with FREE weapons and “loans” that will never be repaid. So what is hi, so is the answer.
    3. andj61
      andj61 2 February 2018 09: 43 New
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      Quote: vlad007
      Azerbaijan is neither a member of the EAEU, nor an observer of the EAEU, nor a likely candidate for joining the EAEU. This means that Azerbaijan is not going to create a common customs and economic space with Russia with all the conclusions that follow from this. Another weather vane, which "keeps his nose in the wind."

      But there is Armenia! bully
      Quote: Titsen
      Armenia, Armenia ...

      Sounds like a song.

      Partner, Partner ...

      Sounds like a mockery.

      Azerbaijan is counting on deepening bilateral economic relations in areas of interest to Azerbaijan, and not on the EAEU. And the trade turnover with the EAEU countries is not so big - only Russia stands apart: Russia accounts for 20% of Azerbaijan’s imports (weapons?), And exports go mainly to Western countries - Italy, Turkey, Israel and the UK. Joining the EAEU is unlikely to give impetus to the development of Azerbaijan - in the EAEU market the main product of Azerbaijan - oil and gas - will experience significant competition. And this will not eliminate competition in foreign markets. A complete opening of its market within the EAEU will lead to the actual destruction of the already weak industry of Azerbaijan. So there is no calculation for Azerbaijan to join the EAEU! bully hi
      1. antivirus
        antivirus 2 February 2018 17: 19 New
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        Yes, we will wait for TrMV; there and see how much the umbrella RVSN-VKS.
        Can installments be more profitable to pay installments? -Now without penalties, while
        or wait by the sea weather?
  2. Titsen
    Titsen 2 February 2018 06: 40 New
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    Armenia, Armenia ...

    Sounds like a song.

    Partner, Partner ...

    Sounds like a mockery.
  3. Wolka
    Wolka 2 February 2018 07: 42 New
    +2
    Aliyev stands and his clan to remove and in the country the Turks will order music
    1. Safevi
      Safevi 2 February 2018 09: 23 New
      +3
      We are TURKS!
  4. FLOOD
    FLOOD 2 February 2018 07: 44 New
    +4
    Quote: vlad007
    Azerbaijan is neither a member of the EAEU, nor an observer of the EAEU, nor a likely candidate for joining the EAEU. This means that Azerbaijan is not going to create a common customs and economic space with Russia with all the conclusions that follow from this. Another weather vane, which "keeps his nose in the wind."

    And those with whom you have created a common customs and economic space do you much benefit? When you stop feeding, they will immediately turn away from you, everyone knows that! Azerbaijan has once been in a team called the USSR. 80% of the Baku fuel was used in the Second World War, but Baku did not become a hero city, strangely enough, and "thanked" us in January 1990 so that it was sickening to think of any kind of alliance with you.
    Now about the EurAsEC:
    Most of the union’s foreign trade is still in Russia, which last year accounted for 83,5% of the EAEU’s foreign trade. It is followed by a wide margin in Kazakhstan (10,4%), Belarus (4,9%), as well as Armenia (0,6%) and Kyrgyzstan (0,6%), whose share against the general background is still small. Mineral products (65,6%) predominate in the structure of all-Union exports, most of which are oil and gas resources, as well as products of the metallurgical (9,7%) and chemical (6,5%) industries. In addition, agricultural products account for 4,4% of all-Union exports, and machine-building industry accounts for 3,2%. The imports are dominated by machinery and equipment (42,9%), chemical products (18,2%), as well as food and agricultural raw materials (14,1%). Despite the fact that Russian purchases on foreign food markets have noticeably decreased in the last two years, the commodity structure of imports as a whole remains unfavorable for the EAEU.
    https://www.ritmeurasia.org/news--2016-06-24--tor
    govlja-rossii-s-sojuznikami-po-eaes-rastet-24315
    1. vlad007
      vlad007 2 February 2018 09: 38 New
      +8
      Quote: TUFAN
      80% of Baku fuel was used in the Second World War, and strangely enough, Baku did not become a hero city

      So the Ural and Siberian cities, which provided all the weapons, from planes to tanks, did not become hero cities. Why is Baku better? The title of a hero city is awarded for military merits.
    2. vlad007
      vlad007 2 February 2018 10: 43 New
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      Quote: TUFAN
      and "thanked" us in January 1990 so that it’s sickening to think of any alliance with you.

      Do you think that it was only hot in you in Baku? In Moscow (!!!) in October 1993, the White House (government building) was bombarded!

    3. Okolotochny
      Okolotochny 2 February 2018 12: 11 New
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      and "thanked" us in January 1990 so that it’s sickening to think of any alliance with you.

      Already one "smart" explained - in 1990. there was no Azerbaijan, but there was the Azerbaijan SSR. Do not throw fluff on yourself. Go to school to learn.
  5. FLOOD
    FLOOD 2 February 2018 09: 43 New
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    Quote: Volka
    Aliyev stands and his clan to remove and in the country the Turks will order music

    The same can be said about you.
    Like, if the GDP and its clan are removed from power, then the Slavs will order music in the country)))
  6. FLOOD
    FLOOD 2 February 2018 09: 46 New
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    Quote: vlad007
    Quote: TUFAN
    80% of Baku fuel was used in the Second World War, and strangely enough, Baku did not become a hero city

    So the Ural and Siberian cities, which provided all the weapons, from planes to tanks, did not become hero cities. Why is Baku better? The title of a hero city is awarded for military merits.

    Exactly for fighting ???
    Cities - heroes - the honorary title, which was awarded to 12 cities, famous for their heroic defense during the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945.
    Highest distinction - the title "hero city" is assigned to the cities of the Soviet Union, whose workers showed massive heroism and courage in defending their homeland. In addition, the Brest Fortress was awarded the title Hero Fortress. Currently, four of them are located in Ukraine. Minsk and the Brest Fortress Hero are in Belarus, the rest are in Russia. For the first time, the cities of Leningrad, Stalingrad, Sevastopol and Odessa were named hero cities in an order of the Supreme Commander-in-Chief (I.V. Stalin) on May 1, 1945. Officially, this title was assigned to them in the Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR on the approval of the Regulations on the honorary title "Hero City" of May 8, 1965.
    1. Okolotochny
      Okolotochny 2 February 2018 12: 13 New
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      Currently, four of them are located in Ukraine.

      Nerd, Sit TWO. Odessa and Kiev. And Kerch and Sevastopol - THIS IS RUSSIA. If you think the opposite, then Karabakh is Armenia. I repeat - running to school.
  7. FLOOD
    FLOOD 2 February 2018 09: 50 New
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    Quote: vlad007
    Quote: TUFAN
    80% of Baku fuel was used in the Second World War, and strangely enough, Baku did not become a hero city

    So the Ural and Siberian cities, which provided all the weapons, from planes to tanks, did not become hero cities. Why is Baku better? The title of a hero city is awarded for military merits.

    On September 30, 1941, fascist generals issued an order to attack Moscow. The Nazis called the plan of their offensive “Typhoon”. Here such a hurricane fascists dreamed to break into Moscow. Go around it from the north, from the south, grab our armies in huge mites and destroy .----- this is about Moscow.
    Operation Edelweiss (German Operation Edelweiß) is the code name for the operation of the German command to capture the Caucasus, in particular the oil-producing region of Grozny and Baku during the Great Patriotic War. The plan of operation was approved by Hitler on July 23, 1942. The main forces included:

    Army Group A under the command of Wilhelm List;
    1st Panzer Army under the command of Ewald von Kleist;
    4th Panzer Army of Hermann Goth;
    17th Army of Army Group “A” Richard Ruoff;
    Luftflotte-4 of Field Marshal Wolfram von Richthofen;
    3rd Romanian army of General Petre Dumitrescu.
    Group A armies were supported from the east by Group B armies under the command of Fedor von Bock and units of the 4th Air Army (a total of one thousand aircraft). Ground forces amounted to 15 thousand oil workers, 167 thousand soldiers, 4540 machine guns and 1130 tanks .--------- And this is about Baku.
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      1. Safevi
        Safevi 2 February 2018 12: 19 New
        +5
        I am personally proud that I am a Turk!
        1. grau
          grau 2 February 2018 12: 36 New
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          Yes to health
  8. FLOOD
    FLOOD 2 February 2018 11: 08 New
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    Quote: grau
    Turk you are Turk

    Ha ... cheerful and resourceful ... dig deeper into your DNA, I'm sure that you yourself are no less than a Turk ...
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  9. nnz226
    nnz226 2 February 2018 13: 00 New
    +1
    A particularly strategic dialogue between Russia and Azerbaijan was fierce in the 1992 year, when Russians were expelled, robbed, and killed in Baku and other cities! And now "peace, friendship, chewing gum"! Especially the last ...
    1. mariusdeayeraleone
      mariusdeayeraleone 2 February 2018 21: 37 New
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      NOBODY beat them and drove them out. There are Russian schools, Slovens are teachers.
  10. Humpty
    Humpty 2 February 2018 13: 30 New
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    Quote: TUFAN
    Baku did not become oddly enough, and they "thanked" us in January 1990 so that it was sickening to think of any kind of alliance with you.
    Now about the EurAsEC

    Sober bombing! Denazification would be there for you. The city is the hero of Baku!? That is yes. They worked, it means they walked along the Volga under shelling.
    Tashkent, too, did a lot of work, and in Kadamzhai, grandmothers boiled mercury in cauldrons. And Shartuz died out without a blockade.
    Pull over a sick pull.
    1. antivirus
      antivirus 2 February 2018 17: 25 New
      +1
      take less than you want, give more than you want and the soul will be calm

      and wallet? who is thinking about
      mix glory and death in gold - you need to be able to
  11. Scorpio05
    Scorpio05 2 February 2018 13: 42 New
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    Quote: nnz226
    A particularly strategic dialogue between Russia and Azerbaijan was fierce in the 1992 year, when Russians were expelled, robbed, and killed in Baku and other cities! And now "peace, friendship, chewing gum"! Especially the last ...

    A particularly strategic dialogue between Russia and Azerbaijan was fierce in 1992, when Azerbaijanis were expelled, robbed, and killed in Moscow and other cities! And now "peace, friendship, chewing gum"!
    Do you know what unites statements? The fact that they are both complete and unproven, let’s say (diplomatically) tryndzh and provocation. Sorry for my Corsican dialect ...
  12. Scorpio05
    Scorpio05 2 February 2018 15: 33 New
    +4
    Quote: grau
    Slav
    And you are purely Turk

    In Russia, in the era of serfdom, fugitive convicts who were caught, in order to hide their past, said that they did not remember anything - neither their name, nor kinship, nor their place of birth. Therefore, the police recorded them all as "Ivans who do not remember kinship."
    Allegorically: a person who does not respect his history and traditions (despised, disapproved). https://dic.academic.ru/dic.nsf/dic_wingwords/104
    0/%D0%98%D0%B2%D0%B0%D0%BD%D1%8B

    Almost all Russian nobles are descendants of the Türks: http://historicaldis.ru/blog/43913374281/Tyurkski
    e-korni-russkih-familiy
    Well, you probably do not know, you are excusable)

    A quote from the work “The Teenager” (1875) by the Russian writer F. M. (in a work in French) is “Grattez le russe et vous verrez le tartare”. By the way, Vladimir Putin also quoted this proverb ... Scrape any Russian and you will see Tatar (meaning) - in Russian people there is a lot of Tatar blood from their ancestors.
    One small example: the Ermolov nobles, for example, where did General Aleksey Petrovich Ermolov, the hero of the Caucasian War, come from, start the genealogy like this: “The ancestor of this genus is Arslan-Murza-Yermola, and named John as baptized, as shown in the presented pedigree, left in 1506 to Grand Duke Vasily Ivanovich from the Golden Horde ... "The General Herb of the Noble Clans of the All-Russian Empire" ("The History of the Clans of the Russian Nobility").

    Kutuzov, Suvorov, admirals Nakhimov and Ushakov, Akhmatov, Buturlin, Saltykov- 'sold', Timiryazev <temir 'iron' + Rijaz <Arab. Rijad / Rija, Chaadaev, Chadayev, Chegodaev <... a Turkic tribal union named after the second son of Genghis Khan <Mongol, ... 'whitish' Sheremetyev, Sheremetev <Pers. ... 'lion' + Akhmat Godunov, Baskakovs, Minin, Arakcheevs, Karamzins, Gumilyovs, Yusupovs, Kochubeis, Bunins, Glinskys (descendants of the clan of Khan Mamai himself), Dashkovs, Beklemishevs, Buturlins, Talyzins, Apraksins (from Davydovy,) Radishchevs, Epanchins, princes Yusupovs, Golenishchevs-Kutuzovs, Bibikovs, Chirikovs, Musins-Pushkins, Ogarkovs (Lev Ogar was the first to come from the Golden Horde in 1397, "a man of great growth and a brave warrior"). The Karaulovs, Akhmatovs, Bakaevs, Gogol, Berdyaevs, Derzhavin (clan Bagirovs and Narbekovs), Almazovs (from Almazy, who was named Erifey by baptism, he came from the Horde in 1638), Urusovs, Tukhachevskys (their ancestor in Russia was Indris, a native of Golden Horde), Kolchak (from the clan of the Ottoman military leader Ilias Kolchak-Pasha, Kozhevnikovs (coming from the Murza Kozhai, since 1509 in Russia), Bykovs, Ievlevs, Kobyakovs, Shubins, Taneyevs, Shuklins, Timiryazevs (there was such an Ibrahim Timiryazev who arrived Russia in 1408 from the Golden Horde) Bakhmetyev <Bakhmet / Makhmet <Arab. Mohammed, Bakhteyarov <Persian, ... 'happy' Beklemishev <... 'expected'; similar to the Russian surname Zhdanov, Berdiev, Berdyev, Berdyaev <... 'he gave', the perfect form of the verb bermek 'to give'. Tyutchev <possibly Uighur, ... 'shepherd' or a derivative of ... 'smoke', or ... 'player on the shepherd's horn' (... 'shepherd's horn'). Sharapov <Sharap <arab. ... 'honor , superiority, 'honor, glory' - the one with Gleb Zheglov! Karakozov <Turkish ... 'black-eyed' and many, many others ...
    Further: Dostoevsky, Turgenev Kipchak from Tukhum (genus) Turgen), Languages, Bulgakov, Kuprin, Bunin. In the field of art - ballet dancers Anna Pavlova, Galina Ulanova, Olga Spesivtseva, Rudolf Nuriev, as well as composers Skryabin and Taneyev. Mendeleev, Mechnikov, Pavlov and Timiryazev, researchers of the North Chelyuskin and Chirikov. All of them are Russians of Turkic-Tatar origin. The princes of Kurakin in Russia appeared under Ivan III, this genus comes from Ondrei Kurak, who was the offspring of the Horde khan Bulgak, the recognized ancestor of the Great Russian princes Kurakin and Golitsyn, as well as the noble family of the Bulgakovs. A strange story, if not a Tatar Turk, then a Jew or a German)
    Or read Bushkov. He has some interesting factual material there: https://unotices.com/book.php?id=23119&page=9
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    Look at your leisure: http://journal.iea.ras.ru/archive/ BC, I - "Velvet Book". The genealogy book of princes and nobles of Russia and those who left. Part I, M., 1787.1960s / 1969 / Baskakov_1969_4.pdf

    Veselovsky S.B. Onomastics. Old Russian names, nicknames and surnames. M., Science, 1974.
    Veselovsky S.B. Clerks and clerk in Russia. M., Science, 1983.
    Gafurov A. Name and history. M., Science, 1987.
    Zagoskin N.A. Essays on the organization and origin of the service class in pre-Petrine Rus. Kazan, 1883.
    1. antivirus
      antivirus 2 February 2018 17: 29 New
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      in short, a Russian mixture (?) of Scandinavians and Asians, nomads
      with whom they interacted, they traded and fought, now they say: IT IS NECESSARY TO MEET
      and what are the Azerbaijanis mixed up with?
    2. Evgeniy667b
      Evgeniy667b 4 February 2018 17: 47 New
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      Well, you read, it turns out there are no Russian surnames at all, Turkic roots everywhere. And what about Ukraine, do you think that these are pure Slavs ???
  13. FLOOD
    FLOOD 2 February 2018 15: 58 New
    +1
    Quote: Humpty
    Quote: TUFAN
    Baku did not become oddly enough, and they "thanked" us in January 1990 so that it was sickening to think of any kind of alliance with you.
    Now about the EurAsEC

    Sober bombing! Denazification would be there for you. The city is the hero of Baku!? That is yes. They worked, it means they walked along the Volga under shelling.
    Tashkent, too, did a lot of work, and in Kadamzhai, grandmothers boiled mercury in cauldrons. And Shartuz died out without a blockade.
    Pull over a sick pull.

    Oil was towed by tankers across the Volga under gunfire, googled and rummaged, and no need to compare the sun with a frying pan!
  14. FLOOD
    FLOOD 2 February 2018 16: 23 New
    +1
    Quote: nnz226
    A particularly strategic dialogue between Russia and Azerbaijan was fierce in the 1992 year, when Russians were expelled, robbed, and killed in Baku and other cities! And now "peace, friendship, chewing gum"! Especially the last ...

    Well, firstly, nobody in Russia robbed and killed Russians in Baku. This is a very serious accusation, imagine a documented fact .. Secondly, after January 90th, all Russians were associated in Baku as murderers and invaders. On that night and for the next 2 months, people in their city heard Russian speech and arms shots. What would be your reaction? And the entire carbalet created from April 1920 was completely finished in a matter of hours or days. We have never spoiled the Russians, as your "close" and "trusted" ones do to you. Yes, there have been many wars in history and many have fought against each other. We ourselves fought with Turkey and there were several wars between us. But we are not doing nasty methods such as undermining metro stations, buses, consulates, trains, shopping centers, taking hostages, let alone robbing and killing civilians.
  15. FLOOD
    FLOOD 2 February 2018 16: 43 New
    +1
    Quote: vlad007
    Quote: TUFAN
    80% of Baku fuel was used in the Second World War, and strangely enough, Baku did not become a hero city

    So the Ural and Siberian cities, which provided all the weapons, from planes to tanks, did not become hero cities. Why is Baku better?

    I agree ... BUT, the Second World War was a war of motors, energy resources decided the outcome of the war and the geopolitics of that time.
  16. Scorpio05
    Scorpio05 2 February 2018 21: 03 New
    +1
    Quote: antivirus
    in short, a Russian mixture (?) of Scandinavians and Asians, nomads
    with whom they interacted, they traded and fought, now they say: IT IS NECESSARY TO MEET
    and what are the Azerbaijanis mixed up with?

    We are called Azerbaijanis. It is believed that the basis of the Azerbaijani nation were the Oghuz Turks (themselves, by the way, an ancient mixture of Türks and Sarmatian massagets (also known as Parthians), the same nomads in antiquity. By the way, the Saket massagets (Parthians) were also very warlike people. Therefore, Azerbaijanis and Turks initially differed from other Turkic peoples in their European identity). On the territory of Azerbaijan was located the legendary country of Sakasena (the country of Saks) in the region of Sheki, hence the name. Further in Azerbaijan, toponyms remaining from the massagets (Saks), dissolved in the Azerbaijani people, are everywhere: Mashtagi, etc. And the early Turkic strata (before the Oghuzs still): the Khazars (Turks) of the Khazar Kaganate (their capital was located in the region of present Derbent, where, incidentally, Azerbaijanis mainly live in Dagestan), the Pechenegs (they were located practically throughout Eastern Europe (and Asia Minor) ) that in the 1095th century they already occupied the area between the Volga and (in the XNUMXth century they already occupied the area between the Volga and Yaik). Remember the Song of the Thing Oleg. In Russia, the Oguzes also knew as bonds (torques). They wandered around Pereyaslavl. They were already in active service with Russia in XNUMX because they helped Monomakh steal his son Svyatoslav from the Polovtsian camp. In addition to them, local Indo-European peoples such as the Caspian, Medes (their descendants) and so on, the Cimmerians, as well as the Caucasian-speaking peoples (the union of Albanian tribes, in which, according to some historians, Caucasians were also Turkic tribes) took part in the ethnogenesis of Turkic Azerbaijanis.
    1. Scorpio05
      Scorpio05 2 February 2018 21: 13 New
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      Pechenegs and bonds (torques) are a very interesting topic individually. So, it is known that two tribes were resettled within Russia: the Pechenegs and Torques, but it turns out that in the service of the princes, in addition to them, there were: Berendey, Kaepichi, Turpei, Koui (Kayi - Turkaman tribe), bouts. In Azerbaijan and Iran they are known as bayat. Tribe (Clan rather) Bayat.
      When the Russians met with Torquay, they did not miss to take advantage of their services. In 985, Vladimir the Holy leads them to the Bulgarians. With the advent of the Polovtsy, the princes found a new force for their military enterprises. Poland and Hungary are starting to experience this for themselves. In 1092, they were led to the borders of the first Vasilko Rostislavich. In addition, since the seventies of the XI century, the Polovtsians themselves raided Hungary from its southeast side, their Russian princes direct the Hungarians ...
      In their first campaigns at the Polovtsy, the Russian princes persuaded the torques-bonds (Oguzes) to move to Russia and took their vezi with them. In 1103, the Russians "captured the Pechenegs and Torques with vezhes." Finally, the last major migration of this tribe to the Russian borders took place in 1116. Source: https://a.rutlib4.com/book/15488/p/11
      So, we appeared in Russia already then, and by invitation)
      In 1162, Rurik had in the army: Berendey, Kovuy, Torquay and Pechenegs. All this mass of different Turkic nomadic families in Russia bore the common name of "black hoods", that is, "black hats". Karapapakhs in Azerbaijani. When military settlements of black hoods formed, they began to take an active part in the feuds of the Russian princes. Being in close connection with Russia, making up the population of its whole region - Piglets, they nevertheless did not particularly spare their new compatriots ...

      There were Pechenegs of Kanev ... At the end of the XII century, we know the three black-blooded princes who owned the cities in Porosye. Kuntuvdey first sat in Torchesk, then he was given the city of Dernovy in Russia. It is not known which cities belonged to Churnay and Kuldeyur - the annals do not name them. These were, apparently, outstanding people. About Kuntuvdey, the chronicler says that he is "be a man of courage and need in Russia." We see him together with Kuldeyur in the campaign of Igor Svyatoslavich to the Polovtsy towards Khorol in 1183. The source is indicated above. The role of the Chernoblobutsky population in the history of Russia, especially southern, is very significant. It should be recognized as equally important for the Chernoboks during political events in Russia and in its struggle with the Polovtsy. In 1162, black hoods caught the Polovtsy in Russia and took prisoners. In 1172, the Polovtsy robbed the cities of Poloniy and Semych. Soon the chase of one hundred people of Pereyaslavl and one and a half thousand Berendey was collected, it overtook the Polovtsy and took it away. When it was necessary to hit enemies with surprise, to catch them by surprise, then black hoods were irreplaceable ... No one could better find out about the enemy’s position, no one was more able to get into the enemy camp. Recall how successfully the Torquay sneaked into Kitan’s camp and not only stole Svyatoslav Vladimirovich, but also killed the prince of Polovtsy.
      Polovtsy: In 1117, Monomakh married his son Andrei to the daughter of Turk Khan. Rurik Rostislavich received from his father's wife the daughter of the Polovtsian Khan Beglyuk. In 1205, Vsevolod of Suzdal married for his son Yaroslav the daughter of the Polovtsian khan Yuri Konchakovich. Especially the last marriage shows that what was meant here was not to protect the land from raids, but to stock up with relatives in the steppe, since Suzdal’s land was completely closed from Polovtsian invasions ... In 1187, Vladimir Igorevich returned from Polovtsian captivity with his wife, daughter of the famous Konchak. In Russia, they played a second wedding, for it had already been committed once in the steppe. There were marriages of a romantic nature. Svyatoslav Vladimirovich had the stepfather of the Polovtsian Khan Bashkord. It turns out that after the death of his first husband, Vladimir Davidovich, his mother was carried away by the steppe handsome man and ran to him in a nomad. This is probably not an isolated fact ...
      Already from the fact that the Polovtsy were in kinship with all the almost princely clans of Russia, we can see that in the history of the Russian land they will play the role of balancing power.
      Source: https://a.rutlib4.com/book/15488/p/11
  17. FLOOD
    FLOOD 5 February 2018 08: 06 New
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    Quote: antivirus
    https://a.rutlib4.com/book/15488/p/11

    Then marriages begin to appear, with the goal of having supporters in the land of Polovetskaya in case of civil strife. So, in 1117, Monomakh married his son Andrei to the daughter of Turk Khan. Rurik Rostislavich received from his father's wife the daughter of the Polovtsian Khan Beglyuk. In 1205, Vsevolod of Suzdal married for his son Yaroslav the daughter of the Polovtsian khan Yuri Konchakovich. Especially the last marriage shows that what was meant here was not to protect the land from raids, but to stock up with relatives in the steppe, since Suzdal’s land was completely closed from Polovtsian invasions ... In 1187, Vladimir Igorevich returned from Polovtsian captivity with his wife, daughter of the famous Konchak. In Russia, they played a second wedding, for it had already been committed once in the steppe. There were marriages with a romantic character. Svyatoslav Vladimirovich had the stepfather of the Polovtsian Khan Bashkord. It turns out that after the death of his first husband, Vladimir Davidovich, his mother was carried away by the steppe handsome man and ran to him in a nomad. This is probably not an isolated fact ...
    Already from the fact that the Polovtsy were in kinship with all almost princely families of Russia, we can see that in the history of the Russian land they will play the role of a balancing force, which will not make it possible to triumph for any one aspiration pursued by any of the princely families. Such, in reality, was the role of nomads in the political events of Ancient Rus.
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    FLOOD 7 February 2018 08: 44 New
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    Quote: Okolotochny
    Currently, four of them are located in Ukraine.

    Nerd, Sit TWO. Odessa and Kiev. And Kerch and Sevastopol - THIS IS RUSSIA. If you think the opposite, then Karabakh is Armenia. I repeat - running to school.

    I can run you and send you away. And what you read is copied from Wikipedia. It turns out that Kerch and Sevastopol besides Russia itself, no one considers Russia.