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The main topics of the day: what is happening in Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, 3-7 April, 2023

  • Friday, April 7, Georgia. “I don’t care about the USA, where gender reassignment in children is a democratic achievement”

  • Friday, April 7, Azerbaijan. Four Iranian embassy employees declared persona non grata

  • Friday, April 7, Armenia. Armenian police prevented oppositionists from entering Nagorno-Karabakh

  • Thursday, April 6, Georgia. State Department Sanctions Senior Georgian Judges for Corruption

  • Thursday, April 6, Azerbaijan. Azerbaijanis in Russia are offered to join the Russian army

  • Thursday, April 6, Armenia. "Hang upside down from a tree" or "Cut off tongues"

  • Wednesday, April 5, Georgia. The opposition is preparing for a big action on April 9

  • Wednesday, April 5, Armenia. "You are a clown, and you will regret it if you say [that the authorities are criminal] again"

  • Wednesday, April 5, Azerbaijan. Azerbaijani ambulance delivers patients to hospital in Khankendi (Stepanakert) for the first time

  • Tuesday, April 4, Georgia. “The country will probably still receive the status of a candidate for EU accession, but many tasks will have to be completed”

  • Tuesday, April 4, Armenia. "Don't rush to ratify the Rome Statute"

  • Tuesday, April 4, Azerbaijan. Azerbaijani army took control of two more villages in Karabakh

  • Monday, April 3, Georgia. "The ruling party demonizes protesters"

  • Monday, April 3, Azerbaijan. 400 Shiite believers detained on suspicion of links with Iran

  • Monday, April 3, Armenia. The speaker of parliament spat in the face of a man who called him a traitor

  • The main topics of the day: what is happening in Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, 27-31 March, 2023

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