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Latest news in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, 3-7 July, 2023

  • Friday, 7 July, Georgia. “If Georgia does not again receive the status of an EU candidate, the government will have to open more cards to society”: leader of the ruling party

  • Friday, 7 July,Azerbaijan.The verdict of the Armenian servicemen accused of preparing sabotage and illegal border crossing will be announced in the Sumgayit court today

  • Friday, 7 July, Armenia.Armenian lawyers continue to protest in support of colleague beaten by police

  • Thursday, 6 July,Azerbaijan. "Armenian military and paramilitary formations on the ground must be disarmed": Ilham Aliyev

  • Thursday, 6 July,Georgia. "The Locum Tenens of the Patriarch could have been poisoned"

  • Thursday, 6 July, Armenia. "Azerbaijan uses the platform of the Non-Aligned Movement to promote anti-Armenian narratives": Armenian Foreign Ministry

  • Wednesday, 5 July, Georgia. "Georgian government does not believe in NATO membership": Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas

  • Wednesday, 5 July, Armenia. "The OSCE Parliamentary Assembly accepted all the proposals of the Armenian side": head of the delegation from Armenia

  • Wednesday, 5 July, Azerbaijan. A special operation to combat corruption in the commissariats of Azerbaijan. There are detainees

  • Tuesday, 4 July, Georgia. A new stage of confrontation with Ukraine

  • Tuesday, 4 July, Armenia. The US Ambassador to Armenia believes the safety of the people of Nagorno-Karabakh is possible with the territory as part of Azerbaijan is possible

  • Tuesday, 4 July, Azerbaijan. An earthquake on Azerbaijan's border with Dagestan in the Caspian Sea

  • Monday, 3 July, Azerbaijan. Azerbaijani fans confused by Neftchi PFK's decision to play in Russia

  • Monday, 3 July, Armenia. Nikol Pashinyan called the fight against corruption a priority

  • Monday, 3 July, Georgia. There will now be 24 flights a week from Russia to Georgia

  • The main topics of the day in Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, 26-30 June, 2023

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