The Implications of the Second Karabakh War on Georgia's Non-Dominant Ethnic Groups

The Implications of the Second Karabakh War on Georgia's Non-Dominant Ethnic Groups

Tbilisi. Social Justice Center publishes the analytical document: The Implications of the Second Karabakh War on Georgia's Non-Dominant Ethnic Groups.

“On September 27, 2020, the second Karabakh war broke out between the countries of Azerbaijan and Armenia. The military conflict lasted for 44 days and ended with the signing of a trilateral agreement between the President of Azerbaijan, the Prime Minister of Armenia, and the President of Russia on November 10, 2020, after the takeover of the city of Shushi by the military forces of the Republic of Azerbaijan. This war had significant ramifications not only on the countries involved in the war but also on the region as a whole and impacted the balance of power in the region.

The presented document aims to investigate the effects of the Karabakh war on Georgian citizens”.

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Source: socialjustice.org.ge


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