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Current circumstances in the Armenia-Azerbaijan peace process raise a number of questions, writes Vasif Huseynov in this op-ed for commonspace.eu. "Above all, it is unclear whether Baku and Yerevan will be able to stand resilient against all this pressure from the Russian side.
Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan have agreed to increase cultural cooperation, reports The Astana Times on Tuesday (9 May).
Kazakh Minister of Culture and Sports Askhat Oralov announced last week that his country intends to strengthen cultural ties with Azerbaijan and other Turkic countries through the Organization of Turkic States and the International Organization of Turkic Culture.
The European Council has adopted measures to support the Moldovan and Georgian defense sectors, it was announced on Thursday (4 May), providing a total of €70 million in military aid to the two countries.
In a press release, the European Council announced extra funding for Georgia and Moldova to "enhance national security, stability and resilience in the defence sector of both countries" under the European Peace Facility.