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О таможенной политике России в северном Азербайджане (XIX- начало XX ВВ.)

About the customs policy of Russia in Northern Azerbaijan (19th - early 20th centuries)
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Guliyev, R.

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Abstract Following the Russian conquest of the territories of Azerbaijani khanates in the first decades of the 19th century, a stong need to create custom posts on the southern borders of the Russian Empire arose. The Chief of the Russian troops in the Caucasus P.D. Tsitsianov initiated the establishment of customs posts in the South Caucasus in 1803. The article states that shortly after the conquest of the territory of the Baku Khanate (October 1806), the official document, which provided for the creation of new customs offices, was submitted for approval by the Russian Emperor Alexander I (1801-1825). Therefore, an implementation of the Russian customs policy in the mentioned territory begins with this historic moment.
Keywords Russia; Azerbaijan; nineteenth century; Caucasus region; tariff policy
Classification General History; Economic Policy
Collection Title Scientific research in the XXI Century: Proceedings of the I International Scientific Conference on Eurasian scientific cooperation
Document language Russian
Publication Year 2014
Publisher Global Partnership
City Moscow
Page/Pages p. 75-79
ISBN 978-5-9906103-0-9
Status Published Version; peer reviewed
Licence Creative Commons - Attribution-NonCommercial