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MONDAY, February 27:
Armenia: EU to hold visa facilitation talks with Armenia in Yerevan.
Azerbaijan: International Crisis Group publishes a report titled "Tackling Azerbaijan’s IDP Burden."
Balkans: Croatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic to visit Bosnia-Herzegovina.
EU: The EU Foreign Affairs Council meets to exchange views on recent developments in Belarus, the South Caucasus, and in Serbia and Kosovo.
Iran: Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi to hold news conference in Geneva.
Moldova: EU Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht makes an official visit to Moldova.
Pakistan: Chief of General Staff of Pakistani Armed Forces Khalid Shameem Wynne visits Uzbekistan and Azerbaijan.
Tajikistan: An EU-Tajikistan Cooperation Council to take place in Brussels.
Ukraine: Kyiv's Pechersky District Court to announce a verdict against former Ukrainian Interior Minister Yuriy Lutsenko.
UN: The 19th session of the UN Human Rights Council opens in Geneva (to March 23).
TUESDAY, February 28:
EU: EU General Affairs council to examine if Serbia can be granted the status of EU candidate country.
Georgia: EU Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht makes an official visit to Georgia.
Iran: Amnesty International to publish a report on the repression of dissent in Iran.
Moldova: Official 5+2 talks on the Transdniestrian conflict are scheduled to begin in Dublin (to February 29).
Russia: Russia chooses its Person of the Year 2011.
Russia/EU: The European Parliament's subcommittee on human rights holds a hearing about the human rights situation in Russia.
UN: International conference on disarmament to be held in Geneva.
WEDNESDAY, February 29:
Azerbaijan: Human Rights Watch releases a report on the unlawful expropriations and house demolitions in the Azerbaijani capital.
Russia: The PACE observer delegation begins its work ahead of the March 4 presidential election in Russia.
Turkmenistan: Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdymukhammedov is scheduled to visit Turkey.
U.S./Russia: Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington to hold a discussion titled "The End of the Post-Soviet Period in Russian Foreign Policy: What is Next?"
U.S./Russia: Carnegie Endowment in Washington to hold a discussion titled "Presidential Elections in Russia: What's Next?"
THURSDAY, March 1:
Armenia: Armenian opposition to hold rally in Yerevan.
Azerbaijan: EU to hold visa facilitation talks with Azerbaijan in Baku (to March 2).
EU: Brussels hosts an European Council meeting (to March 2).
U.S./Russia: The Heritage Foundation in Washington to hold an event titled "Russian Pre-Election Situation and its Political and Policy Implications."
FRIDAY, March 2:
Iran: Parliamentary Elections.
Moldova: The 20th anniversary of the beginning of the Transdniester conflict.
Pakistan: Senate Elections.
World: International Film Festival on Human Rights opens in Geneva (to March 11).
SATURDAY, March 3:
Moldova: A joint sitting of the Governments of Romania and Moldova to be held in the Romanian city of Iasi.
SUNDAY, March 4:
Kyrgyzstan: Local Elections.
Russia: Presidential Election.