1 new update

Media monitoring in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, 9-13 October, 2023

  • Friday, 13 October, Georgia. Ten documents were signed during Orbán's visit, but he didn't meet with the president or civil society

  • Friday, 13 October, Azerbaijan. In Azerbaijan it is proposed to immortalize the name of President Ilham Aliyev

  • Friday, 13 October, Armenia. Approximately 2,500 displaced people from Nagorno-Karabakh have left Armenia and are relocating to third countries

  • Thursday, 12 October, Armenia. France will demand a resolution within the UN Security Council on creating conditions for the return of Armenians to Nagorno-Karabakh

  • Thursday, 12 October, Azerbaijan. "There are still groups of Armenian armed formations in Karabakh" - Ilham Aliyev

  • Thursday, 12 October, Georgia. The mother and uncle of a 14-year-old girl who was killed by her husband have been accused of involvement in the murder

  • Wednesday, 11 October, Armenia. “There is a consensus in the EU to deepen relations with Yerevan” - Pashinyan

  • Wednesday, 11 October, Azerbaijan. “Historic conditions have been created for the normalization of Armenian-Azerbaijani relations” - Ilham Aliyev

  • Wednesday, 11 October, Georgia. Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban arrived in Georgia

  • Tuesday, 10 October, Armenia. More than 50,000 Armenian citizens are subscribed to TG channels selling drugs

  • Tuesday, 10 October, Azerbaijan. Out of the 25 Russian peacekeeping posts in Karabakh, 14 are operated jointly with Azerbaijani forces

  • Tuesday, 10 October, Georgia. Strong winds have caused trees to topple and left several areas in Tbilisi without electricity

  • Monday, 9 October, Georgia. A policeman and an officer of Georgian origin were killed in the confrontation with Hamas in Israel

  • Monday, 9 October, Azerbaijan. Russian peacekeepers have closed two additional observation posts in Karabakh

  • Monday, 9 October, Armenia. The Kremlin anticipates Pashinyan's participation in the CIS summit in Bishkek via video link

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

Support JAMnews

With so much misinformation cavalierly and cynically tossed around, it is vitally important that the societies in the Caucasus benefit from journalism that is fact-checked and unbiased, balanced and sensitive. JAMnews has been giving them just that. A full-fledged newsroom presence in almost every part of the region – committed teams of editors and reporters, SMM managers and translators, experts and citizen contributors – has allowed it to always stay on top of national breaking news stories, while also keeping an eye on the not so obvious, but none the less important, issues and trends that are overlooked by others. Now, we all need your support if we are to keep the ball of what we do rolling. Every contribution you make, however small, means we can continue. Thank you

Support JAMnews