Rapid national economic growth and integration in the European Union are among the top priorities in the current strategy of Albanian Government. Albania’s aspirations in international trade would be incomplete if Turkish markets and investors are not part of this process and strategy.
Afghan forces will require significant support from the U.S. military and its allies after the NATO combat mission ends next year, according to a new Pentagon report implicitly warning against a "zero option" of total withdrawal.
Partnerships writ large was the focus of the third annual Euro-Atlantic Partnership Day, hosted by the Diplomatic Academy of Ukraine in Kyiv on 11 July 2013. The event served to highlight the importance of dialogue and cooperation between countries as well as international organisations in today’s security environment.
A Russian-Chinese joint antiterrorism exercise in Russia’s Urals region enters its active phase on Saturday, a spokesman for the Central Military District said.
Former Lithuanian President Valdas Adamkus says that the majority of people in Lithuania do not understand Social Democratic Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevičius government's plans on the new nuclear power plant. According to Adamkus, the government itself doesn't know what it wants.
Russian President Vladimir Putin intends to take a Caspian tour in mid-August. Tehran officially confirmed the Russian president's visit to Iran, but it is possible that Putin will visit more than one Caspian littoral country.
Uzbekistan's universities will start to train specialists in the fight against terrorism since September 2013, the representative of the Ministry of Defense of Uzbekistan Rustam Kosimov said.
The Caspian tour of Putin, planned in the middle of August, is about regional subject-matter
The European Commission says it has reached "an amicable solution" with Beijing in a row over imports of Chinese solar panels.
Tajik President Emomali Rahmon received Commander of U.S. Central Command Lloyd Austin III on Tuesday, the presidential press-service reported.
Georgia is preparing for the presidential elections to be held in October. The new Constitution will come into force after Mikheil Saakashvili’s second and last presidential term(Saakashvili is not eligible to run). Under constitutional changes the prime minister will gain additional powers to rival those of the president. This time the race will be not between one strong party and fragmented opposition but between two equal political powers and several marginal parties.
Signed an intergovernmental agreement on extradition criminals