6 March 2021
The relatives of the captured Armenian soldiers blocked the entrance to the building of the Shirak regional administration. There is only one demand: the authorities must answer the question of when their relatives will return home
Pashinyan reaching out to Tsarukyan (head of Armenia's second largest party) to secure his agreement on snap elections. As ruling party and 3rd party have agreed to elections, onus is increasingly on Tsarukyan to agree and not worsen Armenia's political crisis
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and the head of the opposition parliamentary faction "Bright Armenia" Edmon Marukyan did not reach an agreement on holding early parliamentary elections in the country.
Azerbaijan and Turkey will hold the next joint exercises. Azerbaijani servicemen have already arrived in Turkish Isparta2 day ago
Azerbaijan and Turkey will hold the next joint exercises. Azerbaijani servicemen have already arrived in Turkish Isparta
Ramzan Kadyrov jokes that he wants to claim the FBI's $250,000 reward for information about the whereabouts of Yevgeny Prigozhin
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says Turkey should respect Georgia's stance on 3+3 format
Intensive police deployment in Yerevan amid planned speech of Pashinyan at Parliament
Armenian police said that during today's opposition rally there may be provocations
United opposition of Armenia demanded an urgent meeting with the president
Armenian President again refused to dismiss the head of the General Staff
4 day ago
Tensions near the regional parliament building in Sukhumi, occupied Abkhazia
Tbilisi: Some protesters sat on the road at the right entrance of parliament
Protesters have formed 'corridors of shame' outside the entrances to the Georgian Parliament in Tbilisi as MPs from the ruling Georgian Dream party arrive. Almost all opposition MPs are maintaining a boycott of parliament
Tbilisi: Police already detained several people at the parliament
Police is mobilised at all three entrances of the parliament right now. Opposition are protesting, chanting 'slave' at the MPs who arrive at the parliament. There are about dozen tents in front of the building the Friday march
Georgian authorities and opposition held talks at the presidential residence. Agreed to continue dialogue
Pashinyan at the rally announced a referendum on a new constitution in October, suggested a return to a semi-presidential republic (in 2018 Sargsyan replaced it with a parliamentary one)
Numerous police troops at Republic Square in #Yerevan (PHOTOS)
Armenian Opposition rally in front of the Parliament
Anti-Pashinyan protesters gathered at Baghramyan Avenue at the moment
People for protest in support of Pashinyan are gathering at Republic square in Yerevan
A village divided in two by barbed wire. This needs to change - Tweeted President of the EuropeanCouncil @eucopresident5 day ago
"A village divided in two by barbed wire. This needs to change" - Tweeted President of the EuropeanCouncil @eucopresident
Pashinyan and Sargsyan met. The main topic of discussion was the issue of dismissal of the head of the General Staff Onik Gasparyan
Armenian Security Council called on President Armen Sarkissian to sign a decree on the dismissal of Chief of General Staff Onik Gasparyan
Anti-Pashinyan protesters in Yerevan stormed into one of the government buildings
Pashinyan called a meeting of the Security Council of Armenia. Chief of the General Staff Onik Gasparyan and President Armen Sarkissian do not participate in the meeting
Georgia: Charles Michel has arrived. The MFA Zalkaliani centers the attention to the pandemic and regional security, but I expect the core of the talks to be the political crisis that hit a new low after Melia's arrest
Members of the nationalist movement "Sasna Tsrer" hold a torchlight procession in the center of Yerevan, demanding the resignation of Pashinyan and the return of Karabakh
Huge protest in Kutaisi, Georgia's second city. Rare to see any kind of sizable protests outside Tbilisi, let alone this big
Pashinyan calls for a rally on March 1
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