The Azerbaijani National Academy of Sciences Geology Institute says:
Genetically seismicity of Azerbaijan is associated with activity of seismogenic structures in the Lesser Caucasus and in the Greater Caucasus Ridges. In the most territory of Azerbaijan earthquakes of magnitude M=6-6.5 may take place and in some seismogenic structures one can expect seismic events of a maximum magnitude up to M=7. This indicates that on the whole the territory of Azerbaijan and the adjacent part of the Caspian depression have a moderate seismicity. Though for the recent period in the Caucasus region there have not been recorded any seismic events of magnitude M>7-7.2, from the point of view of their peculiar features this region is characterized by a high engineering-geologic risk. This distinguishes the territory of Azerbaijan from the Pacific mobile belt where intensity of earthquakes by Richter's scale is M=8-8.5.The English isn't the best, but try learning Azerbaijani!
Figure from ENVSEC
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