Formula One Grand Prix will be held in Baku on April 26-28, ONA reports.
Usually, such events forbid audience to bring certain items to the competition area in order to provide security.
ONA sent a request to the Ministry of Internal Affairs to determine which items were banned in the races.
Responding to ONA’s inquiry, spokesman for the ministry, Ilham Babayev, said measures have been taken to ensure the safety of participants, visitors, and spectators.
Bicycles, skateboards, scooters, offensive as well as provocative religious-political slogans, narcotics and psychotropic drugs, refrigerator boxes, picnic bags and large bags, toxic and flammable liquids and substances, any device harming public order and causing public concern, alcohol, animals, beverage containers, other dishes, except for children’s dishes, all kinds of weapons, fireworks, lanterns, laser beams, musical instruments and sound equipment, video devices, cameras with lenses longer than 30 centimeters, chairs, and drones are forbidden to bring to F1.