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Regional Press Review (6 – 11 Nov)

RUSSIA

Russian peacekeepers deploying to Nagorno-Karabakh after truce as political crisis hits Armenia. 

Kremlin spokesman says Putin is withholding congratulations to President-Elect Biden until Trump’s lawsuits play out.

Moscow court mitigates prison sentence for activist in high-profile “Moscow case”. 

Russian helicopter shot down over Armenia.

ARMENIA

Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia sign Nagorno-Karabakh peace deal. 

Armenian PM calls for calm amid unrest over Karabakh deal. 

Angry Mob attacks RFE/RL’s Armenia Office amid unrest following Nagorno-Karabakh deal. 

 AZERBAIJAN

Azerbaijan and Turkey to host joint security conference. 

BULGARIA

Bulgaria dispute threatens to delay North Macedonia’s EU path.

Western Balkans: Berlin Process Summit kicks off.

GEORGIA

Protest at Georgia’s Election Commission in Tbilisi ends after police use water cannons. 

Georgia’s Security Service investigates “coup attempt”. 

Watchdogs urge parties to negotiate. 

MOLDOVA

Honorary consulate of Moldova inaugurated in Turkish city of Alanya. 

ROMANIA

FM Aurescu: I’ve constantly underscored need for EU rapid response, action decisions of Belarusian authorities.

Romania: Aurescu heads to The Hague on an official visit. 

Romania’s Orthodox Church publishes “pastoral recommendations for a responsible and fair vote”. 

TURKEY

No agreement concerning deployment of Turkish peacekeepers in Nagorno-Karabakh, says Kremlin. 

UKRAINE

Kuleba, Szijjártó agree to turn page on Budapest’s interference in Ukrainian elections. 

CZECH REPUBLIC

Report: China spreading propaganda, Czech ISIS deaths may be at five. 

HUNGARY

Hungary’s Orbán threatens EU budget veto over rule-of-law. 

POLAND

A Polish blasphemy case tests the country’s commitment to freedom and tolerance. 

Trump ally Poland conflicted over Biden win. 

Poland ratifies defense cooperation agreement with U.S. 

SLOVAKIA

Tragic death of Slovak national at the core of the European Parliament plenary talk on police violence.

SLOVENIA

Coalition joins criticism of Janša over Biden tweets. 

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