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Media monitoring in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, 27 November-1 December, 2023

  • Friday, December 1, Armenia. "The entire territory of Armenia became a target for Azerbaijan after Nagorno-Karabakh," stated foreign minister

  • Friday, December 1, Azerbaijan. The fourth employee of the independent Abzas Media, journalist Nargiz Absalamova, was detained.

  • Friday, December 1, Georgia. Members of the ruling party and the United National Movement engaged in a physical altercation within the Supreme Council of Acharа

  • Thursday, November 30, Azerbaijan. Commission on border delimitation between Azerbaijan and Armenia to meet today

  • Thursday, November 30, Armenia. Turkish hackers cracked QR codes of Armenian language textbooks

  • Thursday, November 30, Georgia. Moscow praised the Georgian government again

  • Wednesday, November 29, Azerbaijan. Director of independent Internet TV Kanal 13 sentenced to 3 months of pre-trial arrest

  • Wednesday, November 29, Armenia.A peace treaty with Baku can be concluded within a matter of 15 days if Baku is willing: parliament speaker

  • Wednesday, November 29, Georgia. Georgia's informal leader Bidzina Ivanishvili hits Politico's ranking of Europe's most influential people in the "disrupters" category

  • Tuesday, November 28, Azerbaijan. “Washington sees a genuine opportunity for Baku and Yerevan to achieve peace" - James O’Brien

  • Tuesday, November 28, Armenia. The property of General Manvel Grigoryan and his widow was confiscated; he was convicted of stealing weapons and soldiers' food

  • Tuesday, November 28, Georgia. The PM pledges a nationwide celebration if Georgia attains EU candidate status

  • Monday, November 27, Azerbaijan. The US Embassy canceled a meeting with American university graduates, labeled as a "meeting with an intelligence network" by government media.

  • Monday, November 27, Armenia. "The Kremlin expresses hope for Armenia's return to expanded participation in the work of the CSTO," stated Dmitry Peskov

  • Monday, November 27, Georgia. The leaders of South Ossetia and Abkhazia accuse Nikol Pashinyan of acknowledging the territorial integrity of Georgia

  • Media monitoring in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, 20-24 November, 2023

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