By Leman Mammadova The Azexport portal is continuously applying new mechanisms to facilitate access of local manufacturing companies to foreign markets as well as to improve the effectiveness of the portal. For the first time, the portal has introduced a free sale certificate in Azerbaijan to expand the possibilities of exporting national goods and local products beyond the country, head of Azexport portal Zaur Gardashov told Trend. This certificate provides Azerbaijani entrepreneurs with access to the export of goods to the U.S., Indonesia, Qatar and a number of other countries. He noted that Azexport issued 300 certificates to local entrepreneurs in 2018. “We started to develop this document after a thorough research and study of the local market, as well as the situation in foreign markets. The certificate holders are well-known Azerbaijani companies operating in the country and successfully implementing export operations abroad. Particularly, these are companies such as … [Read more...] about How many local entrepreneurs got access to export goods to U.S.?
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The United States on Friday asked why Russiahad not provided any evidence to back up its accusation that Paul Whelan, a detained former U.S. marine, was a spy, a day after Whelan alleged he was being mistreated by a "kangaroo court." Whelan, who holds U.S., British, Canadian and Irish passports, was detained in a Moscow hotel room on Dec. 28 and accused of espionage, a charge he denies. If found guilty, he could be imprisoned for up to 20 years. The case has further strained already poor U.S.-Russiarelations as has that of another detained American, private equity chief Michael Calvey, who is being investigated on embezzlement charges. Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB) detained Whelan after an acquaintance handed him a flash drive containing classified information. Whelan's lawyer says his client thinks he was set up by the acquaintance and the FSB. Whelan thought the flash drive contained holiday photos, the lawyer has said. The U.S. Embassy … [Read more...] about U.S. Asks Russia for Proof Detained Ex-Marine is a Spy
Last Updated Mar 4, 2019 8:02 AM EST Northern Syria -- Hoda Muthana left Alabama at the age of 19 to join ISIS of her own free will. Now she wants to come home, with her infant son, but whether she will be able to get back into the United States is completely out of her hands.Muthana, now 24, insists she has the right to come back, and she's pleading for a second chance. The Trump administration, however, does not consider her a U.S. citizen. On Monday a D.C. federal court will hear Muthana's case.CBS News correspondent Charlie D'Agata met Muthana in Northern Syria, where she has been detained by America's Kurdish allies since handing herself in in January. D'Agata asked her what she would tell the Americans who say she's not welcome in the United States anymore."I was only 19 when I made my decision. And you know, people when they're young they make very big stupid mistakes," Muthana said.Bolton says U.S. ISIS bride must prove her citizenshipMistakes don't come much bigger or more … [Read more...] about “I am allowed back,” U.S. “ISIS bride” Hoda Muthana tells CBS News
White House national security adviser John Bolton said on "Face the Nation" Sunday that Hoda Muthana , who was born in New Jersey and left the U.S. to marry an ISIS fighter in Syria, needs to provide evidence of U.S. citizenship in her ongoing efforts to return home. The State Department has said Muthana is not a U.S. citizen and won't be allowed back in the country. Transcript: National security adviser John Bolton on "Face the Nation" MARGARET BRENNAN: I want to ask you on another topic about this American, Hoda Muthana, an ISIS bride, born in New Jersey, living in Alabama before she went to live within the Caliphate. She told CBS that she is a U.S. citizen, that she traveled to Syria on an American passport. Why not have her face the consequences of her actions in a U.S. court? AMBASSADOR BOLTON: My understanding is that she is not a U.S. citizen. That's the take of the State Department at this point. MARGARET BRENNAN: Well, they issued her passport. AMBASSADOR … [Read more...] about Bolton says “ISIS bride” seeking return to U.S. needs to show evidence of citizenship
Washington -- The father of an Alabama woman who joined the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in Syria filed suit against the Trump administration Thursday in an effort to allow her return to the United States. Ahmed Ali Muthana argues in the suit filed in federal court in Washington that his 24-year-old daughter, Hoda Muthana, is an American citizen by birth and should be allowed to come back to the U.S. with her toddler son.Hoda Muthana is now in a Syrian refugee camp with the 18-month-old boy after fleeing the remnants of the Islamic State.Her lawyers said in a statement that she expects to be charged with providing material support to terrorism if she is allowed to return to the U.S."Ms. Muthana has publicly acknowledged her actions and accepted full responsibility for those actions," the lawyers said. "In Ms. Muthana's words, she recognizes that she has 'ruined' her own life, but she does not want to ruin the life of her young child.""At the end of the day, she is a U.S. … [Read more...] about Father of ISIS bride sues to get U.S. to let her come back