An exclusive interview with Permanent Representative of Lithuania on the North Atlantic Council Mr.Vytautas Leškevičius.
Vessels from the Chinese navy will dock in Polish ports for the first time as part of a Polish-Chinese agreement.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Friday acknowledged his government had made covert contingency plans in case Greece was forced out of the euro, but rejected accusations he had plotted to take the country back to the drachma.
The "Belt and Road" initiatives China has proposed to revive the ancient trade routes that span Asia, Africa and Europe have invigorated China's neighborhood diplomacy, a key pillar of its diplomatic layout.
A nuclear deal with Iran has become the beginning of many changes and not always positive for some regional countries. Armenia will certainly become one of the "victims". The hopes for many joint projects with Iran, which the Islamic Republic was ready to finance, shattered.
Erdoğan's visit to China produced satisfactory results with the volume of Turkish-Chinese business activities projected to reach $100 billion. The usage of the two countries' national currencies will be encouraged to avoid currency risk
The longest gas pipeline in Turkmenistan - East-West is expected to be put into operation by late 2015. Turkmengas State Concern is the general contractor. Turkmenistan’s leadership attaches great importance to this event.