Russia and China should worry.
The insistence of some NATO allies on maintaining commitments made to Russia twenty years ago risks undermining stability and security in Europe.
The next International Meeting on Syrian Settlement in Astana (Astana process) will be held in late August 2017, Foreign Affairs Minister of Kazakhstan Kairat Abdrakhmanov revealed on Wednesday.
Montenegro on Monday formally became the 29th NATO member, but Foreign Minister Srdjan Darmanovic told BIRN that it should not be seen as a 'poke in the eye for Russia'.
Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan need to redirect investment flows as combustibles’ future spells doom
The wider Caspian region, which comprises the Caspian littoral states and the lands to their east, is sitting on a vast riches of subsoil resources of which combustibles are made to quench the world’s ever increasing thirst for energy. Those who dedicate their lives and/or cash to such resources hardly ever miss an occasion to stress the need for them, downplaying the growing importance of alternative resources, located not under but on and above the earth’s surface and being infinite.
Many thousands of Eritreans have fled the country for Europe in search for a better life. A multinational initiative is now trying to stem the flow of migrants to Europe by training refugees and giving them jobs in neighbouring Ethiopia.
At the direction of US President Donald Trump, Vice-President Mike Pence will travel to Estonia, Georgia and Montenegro on July 30-August 2, reads a statement from the White House Press Office.
Following the results of the fifth round of talks in Astana, the head of the Russian delegation Alexander Lavrentiev said that the military of the three guarantor countries (Russia, Iran and Turkey) almost 100 percent agreed on de-escalation zones in Homs and East Guta, and at the level of expert working groups the process The definition of these zones has already been completed.
On 1 July 2017, Minister of Defense of Uzbekistan Colonel-General Qabul Berdiyev held talks with a delegation of Russia led by Colonel-General Vladimir Zarudnitsky, commander of the Central Military District, in Tashkent.
Supporters of action to stop climate change have thanked the French president, after he declared he plans to host a climate change summit, two years after the landmark Paris accord.