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The main topics of the day in Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, 1-5 May, 2023

  • Friday, May 5, Armenia. Pashinyan: "We need Azerbaijan to clearly recognise Armenia's 29,800 square kilometres of territory”

  • Friday, May 5, Azerbaijan. The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation has recognised the legality of Azerbaijan's decision to install a checkpoint at the Lachin road

  • Friday, May 5, Georgia. Simonyan praises the mayor of Tbilisi "for a wise policy"

  • Thursday, May 4, Georgia. Facebook has blocked 80 posts, 26 pages and 9 groups associated with the Georgian government for the organised dissemination of false information

  • Thursday, May 4, Armenia. Pashinyan has confirmed that there is a document on the table at talks in the US

  • Thursday, May 4, Azerbaijan. Ilham Aliyev: "We don't need any problems with any country, especially with our neighbouring country"

  • Wednesday, May 3, Armenia. Echmiadzin on media reports that Baku demands the departure of the Armenian clergy from Dadivank

  • Wednesday, May 3, Azerbaijan. "The Kremlin believes the trilateral arrangements between Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia are indispensable"

  • Tuesday, May 2, Georgia. "If EU will grant candidate status to Georgia then it’s because the Georgian people deserve it"

  • Tuesday, May 2, Armenia. Yerevan voted in favour of a UN resolution, citing acts of "Russian aggression" against Ukraine and Georgia

  • Tuesday, May 2, Azerbaijan. "It's time for peace between Azerbaijan and Armenia, based on territorial integrity"

  • Monday, May 1, Azerbaijan. "Karabakh residents with Armenian nationality can pass freely through the checkpoint"

  • Monday, May 1, Armenia. "Murdered Citizens’ Day" protest

  • Monday, May 1, Georgia. “Georgia is lucky to have such a philanthropist” - Minister of Culture

  • The main topics of the day: what is happening in Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, 24-28 April, 2023

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