Georgia

Armenia tries to expand its territory at expense of neighbor state

For almost three decades, the border issue between Georgia and Armenia has not been fully settled. The Armenian border guards try to benefit from this by moving deep into the Georgian territory. As a result, not only forests and agricultural lands turn out to be on the “Armenian” side, but also Georgian shrines, which, due to the "advancement" of the border, have been actually captured by the Armenians.
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