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Media monitoring in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, 18-22 September, 2023

  • Friday, September 22, Azerbaijan. Humanitarian support to the Armenian community in Karabakh and reconstruction of infrastructure there started - Presidential Administration

  • Friday, September 22, Georgia. Airlines "Russia" will not fly to Georgia

  • Friday, September 22, Armenia. "There is no direct threat to the population in NK, but Yerevan is ready to receive about 40,000 families" - Pashinyan

  • Thursday, September 21, Armenia. Russian peacekeepers evacuated 5 thousand civilians in Karabakh

  • Thursday, September 21, Azerbaijan. Representatives of the Azerbaijani authorities and the Karabakh Armenian community meet today to discuss the details of the reintegration process

  • Thursday, September 21, Georgia. Scandal surrounding ex-general prosecutor found to be linked to Russian FSB

  • War in Karabakh. Azerbaijan is conducting an anti-terrorist operation. LIVE from Baku, Yerevan and the battlefield

  • Wednesday, September 20, Georgia. "Ivanishvili controls everything, pushing Georgia towards Russia and distancing it from the West" - former Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia

  • Tuesday, September 19, Armenia. "Transportation of humanitarian cargo to Nagorno-Karabakh via the Aghdam route does not lift the blockade" - Armenia's representative to the EU

  • Tuesday, September 19, Azerbaijan. "Armenia supports more than 10,000-strong illegal Armenian armed forces on the territory of Azerbaijan" - presidential aide

  • Tuesday, September 19, Georgia. "The accusation of the former Prosecutor General of links with the FSB and sanctions are only the tip of the iceberg"

  • Monday, September 18, Georgia. The president and opposition leaders in European countries are lobbying for Georgia to become a candidate for EU membership

  • Monday, September 18, Azerbaijan. Both roads to Karabakh are used: via Aghdam on the Azerbaijani side and via Lachin on the Armenian side

  • Monday, September 18, Armenia. Yerevan failed to elect a mayor due to extremely low voter turnout

  • Media monitoring in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, 11-15 September, 2023

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