Prime Minister of Poland Beata Szydło has said she is satisfied with a deal hammered out in Brussels that renegotiates the UK's membership of the EU.
FMs of Turkey, Georgia and Azerbaijan signed a joint cooperation declaration by the end of a tripartite meeting in Tbilisi
Four East European countries, Slovakia, Hungary, Bulgaria and Romania, signed a Joint Declaration during a summit of EU leaders in the Latvia’s capital, proposing the construction of either a 832-kilometer long pipeline running across Slovakia, Hungary and Romania, or its larger 1274-kilometer long version, which should reach Bulgaria, too.
The European Commission so far is only aware of general information about the project, and is therefore unable to make conclusive decisions, Commission Vice-President Maroš Šefcovic told EurActiv in an exclusive interview.
Iran has proposed assistance to Uzbekistan in freight transit, Iran’s Ambassador to Uzbekistan Bakhman Agarazi Dormani said, Uzbek media reported.
Prime minister says Britain will not adopt the euro as its currency and will not join a European "superstate".
Statement of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic on the situation in Ukraine
Politicians and scholars from all over the world recently gathered at the Munich Security Conference (MSC) to discuss global security issues. Most of the attendees agreed that we have to work together to untie the tangled knot of current threats to peace and stability, with the bulk of responsibility falling on the shoulders of the leading global players — the United States, the European Union, Russia and China. However, we still seem incapable of presenting a collective response even to the most fundamental threats.
Parliament on Thursday backed legal amendments that will authorise troops to help the police patrol the country’s borders and stop illegal migrants.
As a result of the large-scale Kazakh-Iranian business forum held Feb. 6-8 in Tehran, the two nations have agreed on a supply of Kazakh-made train cars to Iran and to establish a joint investment fund.
Andy Weber, who stepped down last summer as U.S. State Department Deputy Coordinator for Ebola Response, has more than 30 years under his belt of working to counter some of the most dangerous threats to mankind posed by weapons of mass destruction. Some of his most famous exploits included working at the heart of Project Sapphire, a top secret joint Kazakh-American operation in 1994 to remove almost 600 kilogrammes of highly enriched uranium, enough to produce two dozen nuclear bombs, from eastern Kazakhstan to the United States where it was down-blended and used as fuel for power stations.
Official delegation led by Kazakh First Deputy Prime Minister Bakytzhan Sagintayev paid a visit to Baku, Azerbaijan Feb. 16, 2016 with an aim to get acquainted with the Baku International Sea Trade Port’s experience in its operations, the message of the Baku port said Feb. 16.
Tajik FM, EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy discuss regional security in Brussels
Regional security issues were considered at the meeting of Foreign Minister of Tajikistan Sirodjidin Aslov with EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini in Brussels on Tuesday.
President Dalia Grybauskaitė, currently attending the Munich Security Conference, held bilateral meetings with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and Georgia’s new Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili.
Russian power is separated from the centers of European consumption of a ring of countries that control the transport routes of Russian and Central Asian exports. Historically, the main routes of transmission of natural gas ex-USSR passed through Ukraine. In the separation of the state having a variety of political tensions between Russia and Ukraine, and the temptation to substitute the very real and objective contradictions of the distribution of revenue from gas power purely subjective approach. First of all, the effects of the transition of the Crimean peninsula under Russian jurisdiction.