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A new five-star hotel complex is building in Azerbaijan

Total area of the hotel complex is more than 22 thousand square meters. There will be 164 rooms. Variety of restaurants, cafes and bars, 3 business rooms, a conference hall for 130 people, a gym, SPA-center, swimming pool and other facilities will be built in the hotel complex. 77 parking spaces will be constructed under the building.


"Qiz Qalasi" in Baku has been renovated

Symbol of the capital of Azerbaijan, the famous "Qiz Qalasi" reopened after restoration. As a result of works, it took almost five years, strengthened the most important monument design, historic look of the building has not changed. The last restoration was carried out in 60-ies of the last century, taking into account the knowledge and technology of those years.


Turkmenistan will begin to accept bank cards

First international payment system comes to Turkmenistan.Turkmen authorities announced their readiness to launch the country the international payment system MasterCard. Preliminary work on its implementation has already been done.MasterCard appearance in the country authorities explain the necessity to optimize the calculations, payments and electronic banking services, it is necessary not only to citizens of Turkmenistan, but also foreigners.


The CIS member counties outlined a tourism development strategy until 2020

The top level meeting of the prime ministers from CIS countries that was held at the Constantine Palace in St. Petersburg, resulted in signing of two important documents outlining the future development of tourism in these countries. These documents form strategy of the Commonwealth of Independent States in the field of tourism for the period up to 2020 and include amendments to the Agreement on the development of the exhibition and congress activities in the CIS.


Presentation of Uzbekistan was held in Baku

Baku hosted an exhibition of Uzbek folk arts and presentation of Uzbek national cuisine within charity bazaar organized by the International Women's Club. The event was visited mostly by local intellectuals, representatives from Azeri travel agencies, members of diplomatic corpus and international organizations accredited in Baku.