From 23-24 May, a Georgian government delegation paid a visit to neighbouring Azerbaijan, continuing talks for the delimitation of the border issue. At the same time, ground work is being done on the Azeri side of the border to create further infrastructure and access for border guards according to Georgian
From 13-24 May, Azerbaijan, along with the United Kingdom, Qatar, Pakistan, Romania and the de facto Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus will be participating in a series of military drills termed “Anatolian Phoenix 2019” aimed at “training, co-operation and developing interoperability”, according to a statement from Turkish Air Force authorities.
Armenian military police departed for Bulgaria to participate in annual drills aimed at improving skills, experience and exchanging methods and techniques among counterparts from different countries. The participants from Armenia include a platoon of military police from a peacekeeping unit headed by Colonel Artur Baghdasarian, head of the delegation. The
On Sunday, Azeri military officials accompanied their Turkish counterparts to Heydar Aliyev Airport in Baku, to conclude the bilateral Mustafa Kamal Atatürk 2019 military drills. The events started on 01 May, and according to official footage and further analysis conducted by military news portal Razm.info, included the participation of T-72
Earlier this week, Georgian officials accused Azeri border guards of closing access to the David Gareja monastery complex. The monastery lies on the border between the two countries and has been subject to an almost three-decades-long spat between the two sides to delimite the border. On the previous day, on
On the evening of 11 April, a military lorry carrying troops to a military base in southern Armenia veered off the road and overturned, 18 servicemen were hospitalised. The incident occurred near the southern city of Meghri, near the Iranian border, with medical teams responding almost immediately. The injured soldiers
Three years after the first major clashes on the line-of-contact between Armenian and Azeri forces in Nagorno Karabakh after the 1994 ceasefire, the two sides appear to be well aware of difficulties of stability in the region. A series of military simulations and training sessions were conducted by different units
During the Armenian Prime Minister’s official visit to Iran on 27 February, the two sides discussed and agreed on a series of issues related to strengthening economic, cultural and political ties, along with parliamentary co-operation among other fields. Apart from the diplomatic terminology used in official media publications from both
Azeri military units departed from the Nakhicehvan Autonomous Republic on 30 January towards Kars, Turkey for a military training session expected on 23 February. The 300 km journey will take around 6 hours, where they will be stationed at a local Turkish military base in preparation for multilateral training sessions.