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DAILY GEOPOLITICAL INSIGHTS: The Geopolitical News Roundup & Analysis for Wednesday, 21st September 2023

DAILY GEOPOLITICAL INSIGHTS: The Geopolitical News Roundup & Analysis for Thursday, 21st September 2023
GEÓ Insights Curated By Iain Fraser – Associate Publisher GEÓ
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Thursday, 21st September 2023

GEOPOLITICAL INSIGHTS: Good Morning from the GEÓ Newsroom in Gibraltar. Geopolitical Insights for Thursday, 21st September 2023 curated By Iain Fraser, Associate Publisher GEO – including IRAN-US: Facta non verba – Raisi, POLAND/UKRAINE: Grain deal causes weapons halt and AZERBAIJAB-KARABAKH: Ceasefire halts Karabakh offensive … Learn More with  GEÓInsights direct to your inbox or smart device /…   Follow updates throughout the day on our “X” (Formerly Twitter) Feed @GEÓIntel_Desk using hashtag #GEÓInsights

IRAN-US: Facta non verba – Raisi
Following hard on the heels of the controversial “Spy Swap” AP Has reported that Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi has said that relations with the United States can move forward if Washington demonstrates it wants to return to the 2015 nuclear deal – he told a news conference that the US has reached out to the “pariah” state through several back channels “saying they wish to have a dialogue, but we do believe that it must be accompanied by action.” Could this see a thawing of relations between the two countries…

POLAND-UKRAINE: Grain deal causes weapons freeze Poland has gone on record as saying that it is to stop supplying weapons to Ukraine over the recent grain row and comments that Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky recently made to the UN. Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said Poland’s focus was instead on defending itself with more modern weapons. Zelensky has said that it was alarming how some of Ukraine’s friends in Europe were playing out solidarity “in a political theatre – making a thriller from grain”…

AZERBAIJAN-KARABAKH: Ceasefire halts Karabakh offensive. The Karabakh “counter-terror” offensive has halted after ceasefire agreement with Armenian separatists. The ceasefire was announced by Azerbaijan president Ilham Aliyev who seized the opportunity to confirm that his country’s sovereignty has been restored over Nagorno-Karabakh after a 24-hour military offensive against ethnic-Armenian forces at the same extolling the heroism of the Azerbaijan armed forces who spearheaded the assault after Karabakh forces agreed to surrender …

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