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Main topics of the day in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, 12-16 June, 2023

  • Friday, June 16, Georgia. The Interior Ministry has launched an investigation into the shooting of a stray dog

  • Friday, June 16, Azerbaijan. "Yerevan must show their political will. Armenia must put on paper what it has officially announced. Namely, that Karabakh is part of Azerbaijan" - Ilham Aliyev

  • Friday, June 16, Armenia. "Russia is constantly engaged in Armenian-Azerbaijani settlement, despite the fact that there are many willing to 'moderate' - Zakharova

  • Thursday, June 15, Armenia. Azerbaijan opened fire on a metallurgical plant in the border Yeraskh, two were injured

  • Thursday, June 15, Azerbaijan. "The French Foreign Minister's statement on the blockade contradicts France's statements on impartiality" - Foreign Ministry

  • Thursday, June 15, Georgia. Adviser to the prime minister on relations with Russia denies that he called the Nazis protesters against Posner's visit to Tbilisi

  • Wednesday, June 14, Georgia. The ruling party actually presents an ultimatum to the European Commission in connection with the law on deoligarchization

  • Wednesday, June 14, Azerbaijan. "The opening of the Zangezur corridor is inevitable. All countries in the region will benefit from its launch" - Aliyev

  • Wednesday, June 14, Armenia. Armenia and Azerbaijan will take part in public hearings of the ECHR

  • Tuesday, June 13, Armenia. "Everything will happen in due time," - ex-president Serzh Sargsyan on a street protests over the Karabakh issue

  • Tuesday, June 13, Azerbaijan. Erdogan arrived in Baku

  • Monday, June 12, Azerbaijan. Images of schoolchildren's parents giving gold jewellery to teachers

  • Monday, June 12, Armenia. Nikol Pashinyan has announced that his sole income is his Prime Ministeral salary

  • Monday, June 12, Georgia. The ruling party and the president oppose the process of amending the law on the National Bank

  • The main topics of the day in Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, 5-9 June, 2023

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