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

  • Friday, July 5, Georgia. The national football team captain thanked Bidzina Ivanishvili for bonuses totaling $11 million

  • Friday, July 5, Azerbaijan. An informal summit of the Organization of Turkic States begins in Shusha, Karabakh

  • Friday, July 5, Armenia. Armenia must "adjust" its position on the "Georgian" issue, says the Abkhazian Foreign Ministry

  • Thursday, July 4, Georgia. The Prime Minister hopes for "U.S. steps to improve bilateral relations"

  • Thursday, July 4, Azerbaijan. Journalists arrested in the "Abzas Media case" were denied a change of measure to house arrest

  • Thursday, July 4, Armenia. "Belarus invited Armenia to the Minsk parade, but its representatives did not attend," - Secretary of the Belarusian Security Council

  • Wednesday, July 3, Georgia. The Prime Minister was booed at the football team award ceremony

  • Wednesday, July 3, Azerbaijan. Aliyev and Putin are meeting today on the sidelines of the SCO summit

  • Wednesday, July 3, Armenia. An archaeological expedition has discovered a cave in the Syunik Province

  • Tuesday, July 2, Georgia. Today, the national football team returning from the European Championship is being welcomed

  • Tuesday, July 2, Azerbaijan. "Baku and Yerevan could finalize the peace treaty text in a few months," Ilham Aliyev

  • Tuesday, July 2, Armenia. Ukraine plans to impose sanctions on Armenian and Georgian winemakers, according to media reports

  • Monday, July 1, Azerbaijan. AZAL is launching flights to Karabakh for the first time

  • Monday, July 1, Armenia. There is public discontent in Armenia over Kevin Spacey's invitation as an honorary guest at the "Golden Apricot" film festival

  • Monday, July 1, Georgia. "Sometimes a defeat is a victory! Thank you to our guys!" - President Salome Zourabichvili

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

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