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Latest news in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, 17-21 July, 2023

  • Friday, July 21, Armenia. Yerevan has proposed a demilitarised zone on the border between Armenia and Azerbaijan

  • Friday, July 21, Azerbaijan. All names of Armenian settlements in documents will have the "historical Azerbaijani toponyms"

  • Friday, July 21, Georgia. Two opposition parties - "Strategy Agmashenebeli" and "United National Movement" have announced the creation of an alliance

  • Thursday, July 20, Georgia. "Progress on the 12 priorities to obtain the status of an EU candidate is on track" - Georgian Foreign Minister

  • Thursday, July 20, Azerbaijan. The Ministry of Justice rejected the electoral lists of three opposition parties

  • Thursday, July 20, Armenia. "All those wounded during the 44-day war to make a full recovery" - Nikol Pashinyan

  • Wednesday, July 19, Georgia. "Visa-free regime between Georgia and the EU is not threatened", - Ambassador of Georgia to Belgium

  • Wednesday, July 19, Azerbaijan. Baku Olympic Stadium is among the best stadiums in the world

  • Wednesday, July 19, Armenia. A new action in Yerevan demanding the unblocking of the Lachin road

  • Tuesday, 18 July, Azerbaijan. The Ministry of Justice rejected 90% of signatures for state registration of the opposition party ReAl

  • Tuesday, 18 July, Armenia. A rally in support of the residents of Nagorno-Karabakh held in front of the UN office in Yerevan

  • Tuesday, 18 July, Georgia. Shenderovich filed a lawsuit against the Georgian Interior Ministry for not being allowed into the country

  • Monday, 17 July, Armenia. Moscow is ready to organize a trilateral meeting of foreign ministers on the Armenian-Azerbaijani settlement

  • Monday, 17 July, Azerbaijan. Aliyev-Pashinyan-Michel discussed humanitarian aid to Karabakh Armenians

  • Monday, 17 July, Georgia. "Polish doctor tried to take out a sample from Saakashvili by hiding it in his shoes" - Minister of Justice

  • The main topics of the day in Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, 10-14 July, 2023

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