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The authors of the new law accused Russian media of promoting negative attitudes towards ethnic groups and inciting violence against them.
The meeting will reportedly focus on ‘further steps to strengthen stability and establish a peaceful life in the region’.
The Armenian National Security Council chief has announced that Armenia is applying for Russian assistance to ‘ensure territorial integrity’.
The agreement signed on the night of 9 November 2020 brought an end to the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War.
Georgians go to the polls today in the second round of local elections.
According to human rights activists in Russia, there are at least 420 political prisoners in the country right now, of those 33 are in the North Caucasus.
The claim was first made public by an Azerbaijan-based military news outlet, then supported by comments from a Middle East Eye bureau chief.