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Media monitoring in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, 28 August-1 September, 2023

  • Friday, September 1, Azerbaijan. "Baku is determined to reintegrate the Armenian residents of Karabakh within the framework of the country's legislation" - Foreign Ministry

  • Friday, September 1, Armenia. Foreign Ministry advised Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Zakharova "not to resort to tricks and not to complicate the situation in Nagorno-Karabakh"

  • Friday, September 1, Georgia. President to meet with European Council President despite Georgian government ban

  • Thursday, August 31, Georgia. The government denied the president all visits she requested, including to Ukraine

  • Thursday, August 31, Armenia. Lorries carrying humanitarian aid from France, accompanied by the Mayor of Paris

  • Thursday, August 31, Azerbaijan. "The situation in the Lachin corridor was a consequence of Armenia's recognition of Karabakh as part of Azerbaijan," Russian Foreign Ministry

  • Wednesday, August 30, Azerbaijan. "After the opening of the Aghdam-Khankendi road, the Lachin-Khankendi road can be used in compliance with the customs rules"

  • Wednesday, August 30, Armenia. Lorries with French humanitarian aid for unrecognised NKR move out of Yerevan

  • Wednesday, August 30, Georgia. Flooding in Tbilisi, no casualties

  • Tuesday, August 29, Armenia. Rallies in Yerevan demanding the unblocking of the Lachin corridor and the release of Karabakh students

  • Tuesday, August 29, Azerbaijan. Three Armenian footballers sentenced to 10 days of arrest for insulting Azerbaijani flag

  • Tuesday, August 29, Georgia. "Georgia will probably be given candidate status for EU membership, but more conditions will be added"

  • Monday, August 28, Azerbaijan. "We defend our territory, our borders" - Ilham Aliyev spoke at Lachin Day celebration

  • Monday, August 28, Armenia. More than 300 citizens in cars with Georgian licence plates held a rally

  • Monday, August 28, Georgia. A part of a rock near the Shiomgvime Monastery collapsed

  • Media monitoring in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, 21-25 August, 2023

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