Showing posts with label South Caucasus. Show all posts
Showing posts with label South Caucasus. Show all posts

Moscow demands Tbilisi mark the borders with “Abkhazia and South Ossetia”


Nov 15, 2023
. Posted by  Balkan Periscope - Hellas

Before the next round of international negotiations in Geneva, during the meeting with the co-chairs of the discussions, the Russian side, as one of the participants, spoke about “the process of delimitation of Georgia’s border with Abkhazia and South Ossetia and the importance of further demarcation”.

The defense situation today of the three states in the South Caucasus - Report

 Nov 13, 2023. Posted by  Balkan Periscope - Hellas


Italian delegation pays official visit

On November 9, Suren Papikyan, the Minister of Defense of the Republic of Armenia, received the delegation led by Admiral Giuseppe Cavo Dragone, the Chief of the General Staff of the Republic of

The new Russian policy in the South Caucasus after Nagorno-Karabakh


Nov 5, 2023. Posted by  Balkan Periscope - Hellas

With the end of the Nagorno-Karabakh entity and possibly a bloody series of wars between Armenia and Azerbaijan, Russia’s foreign policy toward the South Caucasus is undergoing fundamental shifts.

Tehran: Meeting announced of Russian, Turkish, Azerbaijani, Iranian, Armenian FMs


Oct 22, 2023. Posted by  Balkan Periscope - Hellas

The 2nd meeting of the foreign ministers of Azerbaijan, Armenia, Russia, Türkiye and Iran within the ‘3+3’ format (Russia, Iran and Türkiye, and 3 South Caucasus countries - Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Armenia) will be held in Tehran on October 23, iranian media reports.

Saakashvili Urges Pashinyan Sign Peace Agreement with Aliyev; Claims Putin May Overthrow Him


Oct 19, 2023. Posted by  Balkan Periscope - Hellas


Mikheil Saakashvili, the former Georgian President, addressed Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan with a post on social network X (former Twitter).

Azerbaijan, Turkey Start Construction of Nakhchivan Gas Pipeline


The Turkish (L) and Azerbaijani (R) presidents broke ground on the new pipeline on September 25 (

Oct 14, 2023. Posted by  Balkan Periscope - Hellas


Azerbaijan and Turkey have broken ground on the construction of the long-planned gas pipeline linking Turkey’s gas grid to the Azerbaijani exclave of Nakhchivan (Nakhichevan).

Paris 'has agreed' to deliver military equipment to Armenia: French minister


Okt 3, 2023. Posted by  Balkan Periscope - Hellas

French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna said on a visit to Armenia on Tuesday that Paris agreed to deliver military equipment to the small South Caucasus nation.

Mass Evacuation Of Karabakh Armenians ‘Complete’

 Vehicles carrying refugees from Nagorno-Karabakh queue on the road leading towards the Armenian border, September 25, 2023.

Okt 02, 2023. Posted by  Balkan Periscope - Hellas


 The mass evacuation of Nagorno-Karabakh’s ethnic Armenian population has been practically completed, outgoing authorities in Stepanakert indicated late on Sunday after at least 100,000 local residents fled to Armenia, refusing to live under Azerbaijani rule.

The rise and fall of Nagorno-Karabakh republic


Sept 29, 2023. Posted by  Balkan Periscope - Hellas


The breakaway republic of Nagorno-Karabakh has proclaimed its own demise after being recaptured by Azerbaijan in an offensive that has prompted more than half the population to flee.

Artsakh Authorities Agree to Russia-Brokered Ceasefire


Sept 21, 2023. Posted by  Balkan Periscope - Hellas

The authorities of the Republic of Artsakh have agreed to a Russian-brokered ceasefire, which went into effect at 1 p.m. local time on Wednesday. The agreement includes the complete disarming of the Artsakh Defense Army and the protection of Armenians will fall under the jurisdiction of Russian peacekeepers stationed in Artsakh, says “asbarez”.

South Caucasus: At least 200 killed, over 400 are wounded in Azerbaijani attack – Artsakh Ombudsman


Sept 20, 2023. Posted by  Balkan Periscope - Hellas


According to the information collected by the Office of the Artsakh Human Rights Defender, as of 21:30, at least 200 people have died, more than 400 wounded as a result of Azerbaijan’s large-scale aggression.

Armenia: Opinion poll shows rising trust for European Union

Sept 15, 2023. Posted by  Balkan Periscope - Hellas


Sixty per cent of Armenians trust the European Union, more than any other international institution and 17 points up on two years ago, while almost three-quarters of those asked (74%) think relations between the EU and Armenia are good, according to the 2023 annual opinion survey in Armenia, EU Neighbors East reports.