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MONDAY, July 16:
Armenia: UN Human Rights Committee in Geneva to examine the report submitted by Armenia.
Iran/Armenia: Irainian Vice President Mohammad Javad Mohammadizadeh visits Yerevan (to July 18).
Pakistan: Pakistani religious group holds a march in Peshawar against the reopening of the NATO supply lines.
Russia/APEC: Khabarovsk hosts the APEC meeting of ministers responsible for the environment (to July 18).
Russia/PACE: PACE Monitoring Committee delegation to visit Moscow and Nizhny Novgorod (to July 19).
Turkmenistan/Maldives: A Turkmen delegation headed by the deputy chairman of the cabinet of ministers, Hojamuhammed Muhammedov, visits Maldives (to July 17).
UN/Russia/Syria: UN Special Envoy Kofi Annan meets with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in Moscow to discuss the situation in Syria.
Uzbekistan/France: A French delegation headed by Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian visits Tashkent.
World: IMF releases updated World Economic Outlook and Global Financial Stability Report.
TUESDAY, July 17:
Azerbaijan/Poland: Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski visits Baku (to July 18).
Iran/Russia: The first Russian-Iranian business forum opens in Moscow (to July 19).
Moldova/Romania: Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta is scheduled to visit Chisinau.
Russia: Chatham House hosts a discussion titled "Transnational Aspects of Russian Organized Crime" in London.
U.S./Russia: Center for Strategic and International Studies hosts a discussion with John Pepper on the occasion of his new book, "Russian Tide," in Washington.
U.S./Tajikistan: U.S. National Security Council representative Ellis Wells visits Tajikistan.
World: World Day for International Justice
WEDNESDAY, July 18:
Belarus/Russia: Minsk hosts the Belarus-Russia Union State Council of Ministers meeting.
Georgia/Japan: Georgian Foreign Minister Grigol Vashadze is scheduled to visit Japan (to July 20).
Kosovo/EU: Kosovo President Atifete Jahjaga visits Brussels.
Russia/Spain: King Juan Carlos I of Spain visits Moscow (to July 19).
Russia/Turkey: Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan visits Moscow.
U.S./Pakistan: Wilson Center hosts a discussion titled "Pakistan's Constitutional Crisis and Implications for U.S. Policy" in Washington.
U.S./Serbia: U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee holds a hearing on the nomination of the U.S. ambassador to Serbia.
World: Nelson Mandela International Day
THURSDAY, July 19:
Azerbaijan: Presidential election in Azerbaijan's breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh region.
Russia: Tenth anniversary of the death of Alexander Ginzburg, a leading dissident and writer during the Soviet era.
UN/Balkans: UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon begins his visit to the western Balkan countries.
FRIDAY, July 20:
Azerbaijan/U.S.: Richard Morningstar takes the oath as the new U.S. ambassador to Azerbaijan.
UN/Syria: Mandate of UN observer mission in Syria (UNSMIS) expires.
World: Ramadan, the Islamic month of fasting, begins.
SUNDAY, July 22:
World: 19th International Aids Conference opens in Washington (to July 27).