French President Emmanuel Macron and Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni agreed to work to reform the European Union during a working dinner in Paris on Sunday.
Amid persistent doubts over some pockets of the banking system, European Commission Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis, urged reluctant member states to accept the EU proposal to set up a common deposit guarantee scheme.
Where five out of the six Estonian members of the European Parliament voted in favor of a decision criticizing Hungary, Pro Patria, and Respublica Union (IRL) MEP Tunne Kelam, the member of the European People's Party group, voted against it.
Kazakhstan presented May 10-12 its transport and logistics opportunities and discussed its potential to become a financial hub at the IX European Economic Congress in Katowice, Poland, Kazakhstan Temir Zholy (KTZ) press service reports.
Since the occurrence of large scale fighting around Nagorno-Karabakh in April 2016, resulting in some Azerbaijani gains, there has been a widespread fear that this crisis could easily escalate out of control drawing in not only the two belligerents but also Russia, wrote Stephen Blank, senior fellow with the American Foreign Policy Council, in his article published by the Central Asia – Caucasus Analyst biweekly.
Tajikistan's foreign minister has defended his country's Roghun hydroelectric station project, which has been questioned by neighboring Uzbekistan for years.
A Ministry for Bulgaria's Presidency of The Council of the EU 2018 will start work on June 2nd , said Mrs. Lilyana Pavlova, Minister of Bulgarian Presidency of The Council of the EU, told a BGNES reporter.
Last year, Astana's revenues exceeded the level of 400 billion tenge. In the year before 2015, this figure was less than almost 50 billion. The opposite situation is developing in Almaty - where the growth rate of cash receipts in the city treasury is declining for the second year in a row.
62 political, military and diplomatic European leaders call for closer EU-NATO collaboration.
The Conservatives plan to fold Britain's fraud busters into the National Crime Agency, but lawyers think that's a bad idea