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Our opinion:

Azerbaijan (Azerbaijani Azərbaycan) is a country in Asia Minor. Located between the Caspian Sea and the Caucasus, it borders on Russia (Dagestan) in the north – and only here on Europe, in the northwest on Georgia, in the south on Iran, in the west on Armenia and – via the Autonomous Republic of Nakhichevan – on the Turkey. The Nakhichevan exclave is separated from the Azerbaijani heartland by an Armenian territory strip. The capital of Azerbaijan is Baku (Azerbaijani Bakı), a major port city on the Caspian Sea. The total area of ​​the country is 86,600 km².

“Azerbaijan” originally referred to Azerbaijan (Iran) further south; On the other hand, today’s territory was called Arrān and Albania. When the Russian Empire disintegrated, the independent Democratic Republic of Azerbaijan was proclaimed on May 28, 1918. The Azerbaijani Soviet Socialist Republic was a part state of the Soviet Union. It became independent in 1991, the country is ruled authoritarian as before.

Azerbaijan has significant oil reserves. A rapid economic recovery from the year 2000 has made it a middle-income country.



Preparation:                   worldwide
Departure:                      by appointment
Departure terminal:    by appointment
Duration:                         5-8 days?
Arrival terminal:          by appointment
Goods:                              General merchandise; ADR; Frigo

Quotes FTL – on daily price basis
Heavy / oversized transports – on daily price basis

Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany#

Head / conductor
Dr. Wolfgang Manig, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary


AZ 1005

+994 12 465 41 00

+994 12 465 41 28

mailing address
Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, P.O. Box 28/29, AZ 1005 Baku, Azerbaijan.

street address
ISR Plaza, Nizami Str. 69, AZ 1005 Baku

Opening hours of the embassy
Monday – Thursday 09:00 – 16:00
Friday 09:00 – 14:00

Opening hours of the visa section and the legal and consular section
Opening hours Monday – Friday:  08:30 – 12:00


missing Visa documents
Monday – Friday: 11:15 – 11:45

Pass pickup Monday – Thursday:
09:00 – 11:45 and 14:00 – 15:30
09:00 – 11:45

Legal and Consular Section:

Consular Consultation Tuesday, Friday: 10:00 am – 10:30 am
– Certification of copies
– Confirmation of translations
– no legalization of documents

Collection of the finished documents Monday – Friday: 11:15 clock
(Confirmation of translations at the earliest on the next working day)
Application for a passport after prior appointment

Signature certifications,

Birth announcement, or similar

by appointment
Jewish immigration, admission as a late repatriate:

Office hours Friday: 10:30 am – 11:00 am

Outside office hours, the embassy has set up a stand-by service for urgent emergencies (not visa issues). This can be reached by phone and SMS for German nationals under the mobile number +994 – (0) 50 243 01 24.

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