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Armenia says peace deal with Azerbaijan to be signed by year’s end

The Secretary of Armenia’s Security Council, Armen Grigoryan, said that Armenia and Azerbaijan had agreed on a timetable of actions.

Armenia says peace deal with Azerbaijan to be signed by year’s end

The Secretary of Armenia’s Security Council, Armen Grigoryan, said that Armenia and Azerbaijan had agreed on a timetable of actions.

CSTO ‘ready’ to send observers to Armenia-Azerbaijan border as EU approves own mission

According to the French foreign minister, the EU has voted to send a civilian observer mission to Armenia.

CSTO ‘ready’ to send observers to Armenia-Azerbaijan border as EU approves own mission

According to the French foreign minister, the EU has voted to send a civilian observer mission to Armenia.

Western countries express horror at Azerbaijan POW execution video

Footage shared on social media on Sunday appeared to show Azerbaijani soldiers summarily executing Armenian prisoners of war. 

Western countries express horror at Azerbaijan POW execution video

Footage shared on social media on Sunday appeared to show Azerbaijani soldiers summarily executing Armenian prisoners of war. 

Podcast | Aliyev’s turn West, Chechens ‘de-Nazifying’ Russia, and the evacuation of Lachin

OC Media’s staff discuss why Aliyev is making overtures to the West, promises for a new armed insurgency in Chechnya, and the evacuation of Lachin.

Podcast | Aliyev’s turn West, Chechens ‘de-Nazifying’ Russia, and the evacuation of Lachin

OC Media’s staff discuss why Aliyev is making overtures to the West, promises for a new armed insurgency in Chechnya, and the evacuation of Lachin.

Ilham Aliyev looks West

The deepening of Azerbaijan’s relationship with the West is another consequence of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Ilham Aliyev looks West

By Ismi Aghayev

The deepening of Azerbaijan’s relationship with the West is another consequence of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

US State Department condemns Georgia’s ‘personal attacks’ on their ambassador

US State Department spokesperson Ned Price opened his daily briefing by criticising the ruling Georgian Party for undermining Georgia’s pro-European path.

US State Department condemns Georgia’s ‘personal attacks’ on their ambassador

US State Department spokesperson Ned Price opened his daily briefing by criticising the ruling Georgian Party for undermining Georgia’s pro-European path.

EU pushes back re-examining Georgia’s candidacy until 2023

Until yesterday, the tentative deadline was understood to be December.

EU pushes back re-examining Georgia’s candidacy until 2023

Until yesterday, the tentative deadline was understood to be December.

EU denies Georgia candidate status

EU member states granted Moldova and Ukraine candidate status while giving Georgia conditions to meet before their application could be reexamined.

EU denies Georgia candidate status

EU member states granted Moldova and Ukraine candidate status while giving Georgia conditions to meet before their application could be reexamined.

Georgian President promises to veto ‘all laws’ that move country in the ‘wrong direction’

She also announced that she has vetoed a controversial surveillance bill; this is the first time used her constitutional veto power.

Georgian President promises to veto ‘all laws’ that move country in the ‘wrong direction’

She also announced that she has vetoed a controversial surveillance bill; this is the first time used her constitutional veto power.

Gharibashvili defiant following massive pro-EU demonstration

The Georgian Prime Minister appeared defiant before parliament, insisting that Georgia deserved EU candidacy while denigrating opponents.

Gharibashvili defiant following massive pro-EU demonstration

The Georgian Prime Minister appeared defiant before parliament, insisting that Georgia deserved EU candidacy while denigrating opponents.

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