Until recently frozen conflicts, now “Russian-occupied territories.” For Azerbaijan, that part of Nagorno-Karabakh not seized in its 44-day war of 2020. For Georgia, Abkhazia and South Ossetia. For Turkey, its self-identified ethnic kin, the Tatars, in Crimea. Perhaps Japan (the Kurils), Moldova (Transnistria) and Finland (East Karelia) will send observers.

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Trend News Agency
April 23, 2022

President Ilham Aliyev approves memorandum between Azerbaijan, Turkey and Georgia on “Caucasian Eagle” Special Forces exercises

President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has signed the law on approval of the memorandum of mutual understanding between Azerbaijani, Turkish and Georgian governments on “Caucasian Eagle” Special Forces exercises, Trend reports.

According to the document, the memorandum of mutual understanding between Azerbaijani, Turkish and Georgian governments on “Caucasian Eagle” Special Forces exercises, signed on October 10, 2019 in Baku, was approved.

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