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Top stories in Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia from 18-22 March, 2024

  • Friday, March 22, Georgia. Georgia beat Luxembourg 2-0 in the 2024 Euro qualifying playoffs semi-finals

  • Friday, March 22, Armenia. Government plans social housing for needy Karabakh Armenians

  • Friday, March 22, Azerbaijan. "Why did France ignore Armenia's 30-year occupation of Azerbaijani territories?" - Foreign Ministry

  • Thursday, March 21, Azerbaijan. "Azerbaijan has never engaged in ethnic cleansing, and Armenians still reside in Karabakh" - the head of the Azerbaijani delegation to the Euronest PA

  • Thursday, March 21, Armenia. "The withdrawal of lawsuits against Baku can only occur through mutual agreement," - Nikol Pashinyan

  • Thursday, March 21, Georgia. Former PM Giorgi Gakharia pledges 15 new metro stations in Tbilisi if his party wins elections

  • Wednesday, March 20, Georgia. The electoral code was changed despite the president's veto, opposition criticism, and the Venice Commission's concerns

  • Wednesday, March 20, Azerbaijan. Azerbaijan is celebrating the Novruz holiday today and tomorrow

  • Wednesday, March 20, Armenia. Russian bank cards "Mir" will cease operations in Armenia starting from March 30

  • Tuesday, March 19, Azerbaijan. Ilham Aliyev congratulated Putin on his victory in the Russian presidential election

  • Tuesday, March 19, Armenia. "The process of demarcation of borders between Armenia and Azerbaijan has entered the practical stage" - Nikol Pashinyan

  • Tuesday, March 19, Georgia. A bill against LGBT propaganda will be introduced to parliament in the coming days

  • Monday, March 18, Armenia. The Russian presidential election saw such high demand that polling stations extended their hours by two, with Russians from Georgia also joining

  • Monday, March 18, Azerbaijan. Ilham Aliyev: 'There are good opportunities for resolving the relations between Baku and Yerevan'

  • Monday, March 18, Georgia. The visit of NATO Secretary General to Tbilisi

  • Top stories in Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia from February March 11-15, 2024

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