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

  • Friday, June 21, Armenia. A referendum on applying for Armenia's membership in the European Union is planned

  • Friday, June 21, Azerbaijan. Blinken urges Azerbaijan to "release all unjustly detained," while Baku demands the return of Azerbaijani refugees

  • Friday, June 21, Georgia. Rally in Tbilisi marking the fifth anniversary of "Gavrilov Night" and the violent crackdown on protests against Russia's occupation of Georgian territory

  • Thursday, June 20, Azerbaijan. "The main condition for signing a peace treaty is the cessation of Armenia's territorial claims against Azerbaijan, as stated in its constitution," - Ministry of Foreign Affairs

  • Thursday, June 20, Georgia. A lawsuit is being prepared for the Constitutional Court regarding the "foreign agents" law

  • Thursday, June 20, Armenia. Armenia will skip the CSTO Foreign Ministers Council meeting

  • Wednesday, June 19, Georgia. 1-3: Georgia vs. Turkey at Euro 2024

  • Wednesday, June 19, Azerbaijan. "France's supply of Caesar systems to Armenia creates risks of escalation in the region," - Ministry of Defense

  • Wednesday, June 19, Armenia. Pashinyan and Erdoğan emphasized their political will to fully normalize relations between the countries without any preconditions

  • Tuesday, June 18, Armenia. "During the border demarcation with Azerbaijan, the issue of exchanging territories may arise, and a referendum is possible," - Pashinyan

  • Tuesday, June 18, Georgia. In the past 5 years, the EU has given Georgian ministries ten times more funding than civil society

  • Tuesday, June 18, Azerbaijan. Activist Nijat Amiraslanov was released after two days, but the details are unknown

  • Monday, June 17, Georgia. A dispute between the authorities and the president over the national football team award list

  • Monday, June 17, Armenia. Two members of the opposition movement "Tavush for the Motherland" have been arrested for a month on charges of participating in mass riots

  • Monday, June 17, Azerbaijan. After 10 years in Germany, journalist Shirin Tire returned to Azerbaijan and was immediately cleared of charges

  • Top stories in Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia from June 10-14, 2024

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