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Latest news in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, 10-14 July, 2023

  • Friday, 14 July, Georgia. A transit hub is being created in Tbilisi for Russians so that they can fly to Europe.

  • Friday, 14 July, Azerbaijan. A local resident was blown up by a mine in Kalbajar

  • Thursday, 13 July, Armenia. A new meeting of the Armenian-Azerbaijani commission on the delimitation of the state border is being prepared

  • Thursday, 13 July, Azerbaijan. Another group of IDPs moved from Baku to the city of Lachin.

  • Thursday, 13 July, Georgia. "(The authorities) will attempt intimidate the population"

  • Wednesday 12 July, Georgia.

  • Wednesday 12 July, Armenia

  • Wednesday 12 July, Azerbaijan.

  • Tuesday, 11 July, Azerbaijan. Numerous facts of smuggling attempts with the help of Red Cross vehicles revealed at the Lachin border checkpoint

  • Tuesday, 11 July, Armenia. US hopes that talks between Yerevan and Baku will continue in the coming months

  • Tuesday, 11 July, Georgia. The state will annually finance cancer treatment abroad for up to 300 children

  • Monday, 10 July, Armenia. The NSC is investigating Telegram channels claiming to sell US visas and European passports

  • Monday, 10 July, Azerbaijan. “Baku feels that Iran has a serious intention to normalise relations" - Foreign Minister

  • Monday, 10 July, Georgia. Two people involved in the disruption of the Tbilisi Pride Fest detained

  • The main topics of the day in Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, 3-7 July, 2023

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