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Top stories in Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia from 29 April-3 May, 2024

  • Friday, May 3, Georgia. "The Georgian authorities refused to meet with senior US officials to discuss strategic partnership and aid," - the US Ambassador

  • Friday, May 3, Armenia. "The foreign envoys are influenced by false information from the authorities," - the opposition faction "Ayastan

  • Friday, May 3, Azerbaijan. "The EU highly appreciates the peace process between Baku and Yerevan and progress in demarcating the border between the countries"

  • Thursday, May 2, Georgia. Another dispersal of the massive protest. The Ministry of Internal Affairs accuses protesters of extremism

  • Thursday, May 2, Azerbaijan. "Azerbaijan and Armenia grasp the peace's importance and vow to prevent further regional conflicts," - Ilham Aliyev

  • Thursday, May 2, Armenia. 31 people detained for road blockage in Tavush region protesting border demarcation with Azerbaijan there

  • Wednesday, May 1, Georgia. The repeated dispersal using gas and water cannons of the multi-thousand-strong protest in Tbilisi

  • Wednesday, May 1, Armenia. About 100 protesters opposing border demarcation with Azerbaijan in Tavush were detained in Yerevan

  • Wednesday, May 1, Azerbaijan. Baku demands Paris to refrain from intervening in Azerbaijan's internal affairs

  • Tuesday, April 30, Georgia. Ivanishvili labeled the West as "foreign agents" and vowed to block its influence in Georgia

  • Tuesday, April 30, Azerbaijan. The head of the Center for Election Monitoring and Study of Democracy has been detained

  • Tuesday, April 30, Armenia. Protests against the transfer of four villages to Azerbaijan continue

  • Monday, April 29, Georgia. Over 120,000 protested against the foreign agents law. Today, the ruling party holds its rally

  • Monday, April 29, Armenia. The Prime Minister praised the border delimitation with Azerbaijan and pledged to address local residents' concerns

  • Monday, April 29, Azerbaijan. The return of residents to the village of Sus near Lachin in Karabakh will begin soon

  • Top stories in Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia from April 22-26, 2024

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