Related Rule
Azerbaijan
Practice Relating to Rule 157. Jurisdiction over War Crimes
Azerbaijan’s Criminal Code (1999) provides:
12.1. Citizens of the Azerbaijan Republic and stateless persons who permanently reside on the territory of Azerbaijan shall be held criminally responsible under the present Code for an act (action or inaction) committed outside the territory of the Azerbaijan Republic, if this act is considered as a crime by the legislation of the Azerbaijan Republic, as well as by the legislation of the foreign state where the crime was committed and if they have not been tried in a foreign State for this crime.
12.2. Foreigners and stateless persons might be held criminally responsible under the present Code in case of the commission of a crime outside the territory of the Azerbaijan Republic against the citizens of the Azerbaijan Republic, against the interests (advantages) of the Azerbaijan Republic, as well as in cases covered by international treaties to which the Azerbaijan Republic is a party and if they have not been tried in a foreign State for this crime.
12.3. Foreigners and stateless persons who have committed crimes against peace and humanity, war crimes, terrorism, hijacking an aircraft, taking hostages, torture, marine piracy, … directing attacks against the persons of international organizations who enjoy international protection, crimes related to radioactive materials, other crimes punishment of which results from the international treaties to which the Azerbaijan Republic is a party, regardless of where the crime was committed, shall be held criminally responsible and punished under the present Code.
12.4. Servicemen of military units of the Armed Forces of the Azerbaijan Republic, being members of the peacekeeping military units, shall be held criminally responsible under the present Code for the crimes committed outside the territory of the Azerbaijan Republic, if not provided for otherwise by the international treaties to which the Azerbaijan Republic is a party. 
Azerbaijan, Criminal Code, 1999, Article 12(1)–(4).
Azerbaijan’s Criminal Code (1999), as amended to 2007, provides:
12.1. Citizens of the Azerbaijan Republic and stateless persons who permanently reside on the territory of Azerbaijan shall be held criminally responsible under the present Code for an act (action or inaction) committed outside the territory of the Azerbaijan Republic, if this act is considered as a crime by the legislation of the Azerbaijan Republic, as well as by the legislation of the foreign state where the crime was committed and if they have not been tried in a foreign State for this crime.
12.2. Foreigners and stateless persons might be held criminally responsible under the present Code in case of the commission of a crime outside the territory of the Azerbaijan Republic against the citizens of the Azerbaijan Republic, against the interests (advantages) of the Azerbaijan Republic, as well as in cases covered by international treaties to which the Azerbaijan Republic is a party and if they have not been tried in a foreign State for this crime.
12.3. Foreigners and stateless persons who have committed crimes against peace and humanity, war crimes, trafficking, terrorism, financing of terrorism, hijacking an aircraft, taking hostages, torture, marine piracy, … directing attacks against the persons of international organizations who enjoy international protection, crimes related to radioactive materials, other crimes punishment of which results from the international treaties to which the Azerbaijan Republic is a party, regardless of where the crime was committed, shall be held criminally responsible and punished under the present Code.
12.4. Servicemen of military units of the Armed Forces of the Azerbaijan Republic, being members of the peacekeeping military units, shall be held criminally responsible under the present Code for the crimes committed outside the territory of the Azerbaijan Republic, if not provided for otherwise by the international treaties to which the Azerbaijan Republic is a party. 
Azerbaijan, Criminal Code, 1999, as amended to Law 522-11QD dated 25 December 2007, Article 12.1–4.