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Top stories in Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia from July 8-12, 2024

  • Friday, July 12, Georgia. The US adopts the "MEGOBARI Act" with sanction warnings; Georgia's PM fights "liberal fascism"

  • Friday, July 12, Azerbaijan. An unprecedented reception with fighter jets was arranged for Ilham Aliyev in Islamabad

  • Friday, July 12, Armenia. "Westerners conducting reconnaissance on Russian facilities during EU mission in Armenia" - Russian MFA

  • Thursday, July 11, Georgia. The U.S. Senate may pass the MEGOBARI Act with sanctions against Georgian authorities today

  • Thursday, July 11, Armenia. "Russia regrets Yerevan's participation in the NATO summit in Washington," - Russian Foreign Ministry

  • Thursday, July 11, Azerbaijan. Ilham Aliyev is visiting Islamabad today at the invitation of the Pakistani Prime Minister

  • Wednesday, July 10, Georgia. Georgia's EU accession process has been halted, and 30 million euros in defense support have been frozen

  • Wednesday, July 10, Azerbaijan. Today in the USA, a trilateral meeting will be held between the Foreign Ministers of Azerbaijan and Armenia and the U.S. Secretary of State

  • Wednesday, July 10, Armenia. The Parliamentary Assembly of La Francophonie adopted a resolution on "The Rights of Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh and the Territorial Integrity of Armenia"

  • Tuesday, July 9, Armenia. USAID Chief Samantha Power is in Yerevan

  • Tuesday, July 9, Azerbaijan. Azerbaijan will start petrochemical production with Russian companies

  • Tuesday, July 9, Georgia. "Tbilisi is ours without missiles" – Russian bloggers praise Georgian authorities

  • Monday, July 8, Azerbaijan. The Karabakh Declaration was adopted at the informal summit of the Organization of Turkic States in Shusha

  • Monday, July 8, Armenia. NGOs are protesting Kevin Spacey's role as honorary guest at the "Golden Apricot" film festival

  • Monday, July 8, Georgia. The "Partner-2024" military exercises are being held without the USA or any Western partners for the first time

  • Top stories in Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia from July 1-5, 2024

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