Iran hopes that ceasefire in Azerbaijan's occupied Nagorno-Karabakh region will allow to start negotiations aimed at resolving the conflict, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said in an interview with Russian news agency TASS.
Following consultations with Russia, we have agreed to hold a meeting of the NATO-Russia Council at Ambassadorial level.
Ankara regards any threat against Azerbaijan as a threat against itself, 'Turkiyegazetesi' newspaper quoted Turkey's Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu as saying Apr.8.
NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg said at the Atlantic Council in Washington that Russia does not represent an “immediate threat” to Europe but that a bolstering of NATO's eastern flank will occur regardless.
Jahangir Asgarov, president of the Azerbaijan Airlines (AZAL), and Robert Cekuta, the US ambassador in Baku, signed the Open Skies Agreement on April 6 for the liberalization of air transport market between the two countries.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said on Wednesday he intended to introduce a ban on oil product imports from petro-giant Russia as part of Kiev's festering trade war with Moscow.
The Vice President of the European Commission on Tuesday urged Poland’s government to implement rulings by the country’s Constitutional Tribunal as a start to finding a way out of the political deadlock gripping the country.
Greece and the European Union are working to determine who from an estimated group of 3,000 detained migrants will be among the next sent to Turkey under terms of a controversial deal between the EU and Ankara.
On March 24, 2016, RIAC together with the EU Delegation in Russia and Moscow’s Embassy to the Netherlands, the country currently presiding over the EU Council, held a seminar on the prospects for relations between Russia and the EU.
Azerbaijani President Aliyev's visit to Washington was significant in terms of both form and substance, Matthew Bryza, former US assistant secretary for South Caucasus and former US ambassador to Azerbaijan, told Trend by phone Apr. 1.
In today's world, where the financial crisis has reached unprecedented levels, and the threat of terrorism has increased so much that the very notion of "absolute safety", it seems, has ceased to exist, special attention is drawn to the main organization of the planet - the United Nations. Within the walls of which, hopefully, you can still find ways to resolve all problems. How quickly and efficiently - depends on those who have the power to participate in making the most important decisions.
Azerbaijani officials and representatives of Armenian rebels have agreed to halt the fighting in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region. The situation has "stabilized" according to a separatist official.
The UN’s nuclear watchdog has warned that terrorists may employ nuclear materials to carry out attacks around the world.
Understanding rivers is essential to understanding the 21st Century's planetary crises and the opportunities for unleashing the regenerative capacities of the Living Earth. Water makes life on Earth possible, and rivers connect the webs of life, drawing together freshwater, marine and terrestrial environments. Rivers drive critical natural processes that have shaped the evolution of life on Earth, as well as human patterns of civilization. Rivers that become disconnected – from fertile floodplains, from the ocean, from biotic communities – are compromised in their ability to maintain and generate life.
The renewable energy industry faces a “huge paradox” in the event of Brexit, according to legal experts from a UK-based international law firm. EurActiv’s partner edie.net reports.