İsmayıllı

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Coordinates: 40°47′24″N 48°09′07″E / 40.79000°N 48.15194°E / 40.79000; 48.15194

İsmayıllı
City & Municipality
Ismailli Azerbaijan 00.jpg
Coat of arms of İsmayıllı
Coat of arms
İsmayıllı is located in Azerbaijan
İsmayıllı
İsmayıllı
Coordinates: 40°47′24″N 48°09′07″E / 40.79000°N 48.15194°E / 40.79000; 48.15194
Country Azerbaijan
Rayonİsmayıllı
Established1967
Government
 • Head of Executive PowerMirdamad Sadigov
Elevation
657 m (2,156 ft)
Population
 (2010)
 • Total14,805
Time zoneUTC+4 (AZT)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+5 (AZT)
Area code(s)+994 178
Website[1]

İsmayıllı (also Ismayilli, Ismayilly) is a town and the capital of the Ismailli Rayon of Azerbaijan. It has a population 14,435 as of 2008.

History[edit]

The territory of the district was part of the Albanian state, which was formed in the late 4th century and early 3rd century BC, long before it was erected. Historical facts prove that Mehranis, who belonged to Javanshir, had created Girdiman's prince in Ismailli territory. Javanshir was of this generation. There is a fortress called Javanshir on the coast of Akchay, 4 km north of the village of Talantan. Ismayilli district, located in the northeastern part of Azerbaijan, was founded in 1931. At first, the administrative center of the district was in the Basgal village and was soon transferred to Ismayilli village. Until the district was organized, a large part of its territory was part of the Goychay accident, part of Shamakhi accident, and a small part of Sheki's accident. Ismayilli was the village until 1959, until 1967, it was a city-type settlement, and then it was renamed the city. Ismayilli region was established on November 24, 1931. From 1939 to 1977 the executive committee of the Soviet Union of deputies of the Ismayilli district, acting as the Executive Committee of the Council of People's Deputies of Ismayilli region from October 7, 1977 till October 17, 1991 . In accordance with the Decree of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan dated October 18, 1991, the Soviet of People's Deputies of Ismayilli was abolished, and Ismayilli Executive Authority was established and functioned since November 1991.

Political economy[edit]

The political and economic life of İsmayıllı is dominated by local representatives and clients of the Azerbaijani strongman Ilham Aliyev such as the local governor of İsmayıllı Rayon Nizami Alakbarov. In January, 2013 rioting broke out after a client of the ruling party from Baku became involved in a fight with a local taxi driver after a traffic accident. The businessman from Baku owned a hotel rumored to contain a brothel controlled by Governor Nizami Alakbarov. A mob of several thousand local citizens defended the driver, rioted, burned the hotel and attacked the residences of the governor and his son. Police fought back with water cannons and scores were arrested.[1]

Enterprises[edit]

There are of enterprises such as light and food industries, asphalt plant in İsmayıllı. There has been found and obtained granite in the mountains near to İsmayıllı. The rayon has a strong agriculture. A kolkhoz named after Kalinin and located in Ivanovka village is famous for its achievements and has a broad fame beyond the borders of Azerbaijan.

  • A poultry factory was constructed in 1978. Its territory is 9.7 ha. In 1986, its activity was stopped. Since 2004, it is functioning as a private sector enterprise that produces hen sausage. At present there are 60 thousand birds. Working personnel consists of 75 people. It is planned to expand the total number of birds up to 150-200 thousand and the working personnel up to 150 people.
  • Brake factory “Ragub FK” was constructed in 1989. Its territory is 2 ha. In 1993, the factory's activity was stopped, but since 2004 the factory is functioning as a private enterprise. Productive power of the factory is equal to 6 million units of the product per year. Working personnel consists of 90 employees.
  • Production enterprise of Lahij is a state enterprise being at “Azerkhalcha” productive union's disposal. It is functioning since 1966. Its territory is 3300 km² and 103 employees work there. The enterprise produces 450–500 km² of carpet per year.
  • Lahij enterprise which produces carpets is a state enterprise being at “Azerkhalcha” productive union's disposal. It began its activity in 1984. In 2001, the enterprise's activity was stopped, but in 2004 its activity was re-established. 72 employees work at the enterprise, which produces 300–350 thousand km² of carpet per annum. Its territory is 1 ha.
  • “Sharab No. 1” was built in 1930. Till 1966 it functioned as a wine factory using 10 thousand tonnes of grapes per annum. Since 2003, the factory is functioning as a private enterprise and produces wine and cognac.

Besides that there is a workshop producing kalaghai (national headscarf) in Basgal, pharmaceutical LLC “Shafa-T”, four milk enterprises, a workshop producing table water, some private carpet weaving workshops and also some little and middle enterprises in İsmayıllı.

Twin cities[edit]

  • Japan - Ito, Japan, from 2013

References[edit]

  1. ^ Andrew Roth; Shahla Sultanova (January 25, 2013). "Officials in Azerbaijan Claim to Restore Order to Rioting City". The New York Times. Retrieved January 26, 2013.

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