[tz] time zone history Nagorno-Karabakh
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Sun Jul 21 16:23:12 UTC 2019
>From what I can tell in TZ data, the time zones only diverged between Asia/Baku and Asia/Yerevan in 1992.
Considering that the Republic of Artsakh declared independence in 1991, there is a chance that it has followed Armenian (Asia/Yerevan) rules since it declared independence, and thus there is no need for Asia/Stepanakert. However, this is just a guess, and we need more research before deciding whether there is a need to create the zone.
Am So, 21. Jul 2019, um 09:49, schrieb Alois Treindl:
> Nagorno-Karabakh is an 'Armenian enclave' inside Azerbaijan, which seceded from Azerbaijan in the 1990s, and has some kind of unclear status of autonomy since a ceasefire agreement in 1994.
> See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nagorno-Karabakh
> and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nagorno-Karabakh_Autonomous_Oblast
> Azerbaijan and Armenia have different time zone rules, represented in TZ by Asia/Baku and Asia/Yerevan.
> Has anyone researched the time zone and DST rules in Nagorno-Karabakh?
> If the time zone rules followed locally differ from Azerbaijan, the situation there justifies the creation of a separate TZ zone. The zone exists now since 25 years with rather high political stability.
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