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The main topics of the day in Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, 15-19 May, 2023

  • Friday, May 19, Armenia. Protest in defense of the mother of a dead soldier who is accused of kidnapping the son of the prime minister

  • Friday, May 19, Azerbaijan. Today in Moscow talks between the Foreign Ministers of Azerbaijan and Armenia on a peace agreement

  • Friday, May 19, Georgia. Protest march against the arrival of the first Russian aircraft in Georgia

  • Thursday, May 18, Georgia. Accused of robbery and gang rape of an elderly nun sentenced to 20 years

  • Thursday, May 18, Azerbaijan. Meeting in Moscow on May 19 of the Foreign Ministers of Azerbaijan, Armenia and Russia confirmed

  • Thursday, May 18, Armenia. Criminal case launched on attempted kidnapping of Prime Minister's son

  • Wednesday, May 17, Georgia. Georgian Airways is insulted for flights to Moscow, it threatens in response

  • Wednesday, May 17, Armenia. Yerevan did not receive weapons from Moscow for which it was paid

  • Wednesday, May 17, Azerbaijan. "Heydar Aliyev and the authorities of Georgia and Turkey have restored trade routes between Europe and Asia" - Speaker of the Georgian Parliament

  • Tuesday, May 16, Armenia. Outrage over EU ambassador's statement that Armenia should also withdraw its troops

  • Tuesday, May 16, Georgia. Russian airline "Azimuth" was allowed to fly to Georgia, another one - Red Wings, is interested

  • Tuesday, May 16, Azerbaijan. Azerbaijani cavalrymen on Karabakh horses performed at the Royal Windsor Horse Show in the UK

  • Monday, May 15, Azerbaijan. Ilham Aliyev congratulated Erdogan on winning the majority of votes in the Turkish presidential election

  • Monday, May 15, Armenia. "Why anti-Russian sentiments have emerged in Nagorno-Karabakh?"

  • Monday, May 15, Georgia. A petition has been created demanding to prevent the resumption of direct flights from Russia

  • The main topics of the day in Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, 8-12 May, 2023

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