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Top stories in Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia from June 24-28, 2024

  • Friday, June 28, Georgia. Statements from the EU, PACE, and Western leaders claim that the Georgian government's actions are diverting the country from European integration

  • Friday, June 28, Armenia. "It's time to establish diplomatic relations with Turkey" - Foreign Minister

  • Friday, June 28, Azerbaijan. "The clause in Armenia's constitution on territorial claims against Azerbaijan remains a barrier to peace," Foreign Minister

  • Thursday, June 27, Georgia. Georgia beat Portugal 2-0 and advanced to the Round of 16 of the European Championship

  • Thursday, June 27, Armenia. "Russia seized Nagorno-Karabakh and handed it over to Azerbaijan," - the Secretary of the Security Council

  • Thursday, June 27, Azerbaijan. The Italian company Leonardo presented Ilham Aliyev with a C-27J Spartan military aircraft

  • Wednesday, June 26, Georgia. Six opposition parties have signed a declaration of unity ahead of the parliamentary elections in October

  • Wednesday, June 26, Azerbaijan. "We must not let major countries create tension in the Caucasus," - the Defense Minister

  • Wednesday, June 26, Armenia. The opposition claims the EU wants an Armenian referendum on joining solely to remove the Russian military base

  • Tuesday, June 25, Georgia. "Adopting the 'foreign agents' law is pulling Georgia out of the European Union," - Josep Borrell

  • Tuesday, June 25, Armenia. Palestine thanks Armenia for its recognition

  • Tuesday, June 25, Azerbaijan. The investigation into the criminal cases of 15 high-ranking officials from the former unrecognized NKR, currently imprisoned in Baku, has been completed

  • Monday, June 24, Georgia. Georgia's national team goalkeeper, Giorgi Mamardashvili, became a global sensation

  • Monday, June 24, Azerbaijan. The parliament is voluntarily ending its term early, and snap elections will be called

  • Monday, June 24, Armenia. Yerevan proposes to Baku the creation of a mechanism to investigate ceasefire violations

  • Top stories in Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia from June 17-21, 2024

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