Elvin Abbasli

Elvin Abbasli, originally from Azerbaijan, is a graduate of the Estonian School of Diplomacy and lives in Tallinn, Estonia. He is also one of the founders of the Azerbaijani Student Community in Estonia.

Elvin Abbasli: Why are Dr Grigoryan’s demands dangerous for the Estonian state?

In a response to Rafik Grigoryan’s article, “Should Estonia be concerned about the situation in Nagorno-Karabakh”, Elvin Abbasli, a Tallinn-based Azerbaijani expat asks, why would NATO members worsen their relations with Turkey, who has the second-biggest military in the alliance, and says that Armenia should find another shoulder to cry …

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Elvin Abbasli: TalTech needs to reassess its decision on foreign students

Elvin Abbasli, a Tallinn-based Azerbaijani expat, writes on behalf of the Azerbaijani Student Community in Estonia that all Estonian universities, including Tallinn University of Technology, should accept admitted students from third countries if the students are willing to follow the procedures aimed against the spread of the novel coronavirus. The …

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Elvin Abbasli: Estonia and Azerbaijan both suffered under Soviet terror

On the occasion of 30-year anniversary of the Black January massacre – a violent crackdown on a civilian population of Baku by the Soviet special forces on 19-20 January 1990 – a Tallinn-based Azerbaijani expat, Elvin Abbasli, reminds us the terrors of the Soviet Union and notes that thanks to the Estonian …

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