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Media monitoring in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, 2-6 October, 2023

  • Friday, October 6, Georgia. A Russian Navy to be deployed in Abkhazia

  • Friday, October 6, Azerbaijan. The European Parliament has adopted a resolution calling for EU sanctions against Azerbaijan.

  • Friday, October 6, Armenia. “The so-called "Zangezur corridor" will lead to a new crisis in the region and intervention of third forces”: secretary of the Iranian Security Council.

  • Thursday, October 5, Armenia. "I will leave if I am sure that the country's security problems will be solved then. But so far the analysis shows that it will only get worse" - Pashinyan

  • Thursday, October 5, Azerbaijan. Aliyev refused to meet with Pashinyan and European leaders because Turkish President was not invited to the meeting

  • Thursday, October 5, Georgia. Ban on setting up tents during protests passed in the first reading

  • Wednesday, October 4, Georgia. Georgian Constitutional Court set to resume its proceedings regarding the impeachment case against the president today

  • Wednesday, October 4, Azerbaijan."Armenians who’ve left Karabakh retain the right to return" – spokesman for Aliev

  • Wednesday, October 4, Armenia. Paris is prepared to sign an agreement with Yerevan to provide Armenia with military equipment": French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna.

  • Tuesday, October 3, Azerbaijan. Aliyev hopes meeting with Pashinyan in Granada will give impetus to development of peace agenda

  • Tuesday, October 3, Armenia. Parliament today decides on the ratification of the Rome Statute

  • Tuesday, October 3, Georgia. Continuation of the conflict around Canvas Georgia, which was accused of preparing a coup in Georgia

  • Monday, October 2, Armenia. 100,500 displaced individuals have arrived in Armenia from Karabakh

  • Monday, October 2, Azerbaijan. "More than 300 Armenians are wanted" - said the prosecutor general and called on them to surrender voluntarily

  • Monday, October 2, Georgia. 11 years of Georgian Dream team in power: PM thanks Ivanishvili, opposition calls him "evil"

  • Media monitoring in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, 25-29 September, 2023

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