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The main topics of the day in Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, 8-12 May, 2023

  • Friday, May 12, Armenia. "The dismantling of the "Nemesis" monument has been ruled out" - the deputy mayor of Yerevan

  • Friday, May 12, Azerbaijan. Azercosmos is monitoring what is happening in the Azerbaijani territories where Russian peacekeepers are temporarily deployed

  • Friday, May 12, Georgia. PM welcomes visa-free travel with Russia and reproaches EU

  • Thursday, May 11, Georgia. Reactions to Russia's decision to abolish visa regime with Georgia and resume direct flights: what the authorities, the opposition, the statement of the State Department say

  • Thursday, May 11, Armenia. "Blinken's claims of significant progress in Armenian-Azerbaijani negotiations are at odds with the positions of Yerevan and Baku" - Maria Zakharova

  • Thursday, May 11, Azerbaijan. Baku will increase defence spending

  • Wednesday, May 10, Armenia. "The Yerevan mayor's office has neither the intention nor the instructions to demolish the "Nemesis" monument"

  • Wednesday, May 10, Azerbaijan. The 100th anniversary of Heydar Aliyev

  • Wednesday, May 10, Georgia. The Church invited to celebrate the Day of the Holiness of the Family on May 17 - International Day Against Homophobia

  • Tuesday, May 9, Armenia. The leaders of Armenia and Azerbaijan will meet in Brussels on 14 May

  • Tuesday, May 9, Georgia. "The Prime Minister's speech at the Conservative Forum in Budapest served to defend the values" - minister of culture

  • Tuesday, May 9, Azerbaijan. "The launch of the Zangezur corridor will increase cargo transit through Azerbaijan by 5-8 million tonnes per year"

  • Monday, May 8, Armenia. Pashinyan: "If you think I should be shot, I unequivocally agree. I'm ready"

  • Monday, May 8, Azerbaijan. Russian female tourists detained in Baku: "They were taking pictures with the logo of the Armenian group Haitarak for a reward"

  • Monday, May 8, Georgia. A school bus driver is suspected of sexual abuses against minors

  • The main topics of the day: what is happening in Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, 1-5 May, 2023

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