Kazakhstan together with international financial institutions struggling with the decision of one of the biggest environmental disasters of our time - the restoration of the Aral Sea. And despite the fact that the country has practically no own sources of water and is completely dependent on transboundary rivers.
Nazarbayev Discusses EU-Kazakhstan Partnership and Cooperation With Senior European Officials on Visit in Brussels
President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev paid a working visit to Brussels March 30, meeting President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker and President of the European Council Donald Tusk and laying flowers at a memorial to those killed in the recent terror attacks in Brussels.
Taking into account the international organizations’ appeals, Azerbaijan unilaterally suspended the counter-attacks and response measures in the territories occupied by Armenia, the statement posted on the Azerbaijani defense ministry’s website said.
Iran's defence minister has said he is "certain" the UN Security Council will not take any action over its ballistic missile tests despite calls from Western powers.
Azerbaijan has announced a "unilateral ceasefire" in fighting with Armenian forces over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region.
NATO Secretary General Mr. Jens Stoltenberg will visit the United States from Monday 4 April to Thursay 7 April 2016.
President Obama and more than 50 world leaders convened in Washington in an attempt to reach global cooperation on securing nuclear weapons materials.
Despite a huge rise in Iran’s oil exports, the pace of output growth seems to be much less than that of exports. In the meantime, the main part of oil output is expected to come from old fields rather than the new ones.
The controversial Russian-German pipeline project Nord Stream 2 will weaken the European Union’s energy security, and Brexit would set back the shared interests of the USA, UK and EU, a senior official in the Obama administration has warned.
Russia has reacted angrily to Nato plans to move some 4,000 troops to the Eastern part of the European Union. At the same time Russia is boycotting the Nuclear Security Summit which got under way on Thursday in Washington, despite the participation of a number of Central Asian leaders. Analysts say with Russia absent, the US will likely use the opportunity to try and expand its influence with former states of the Soviet Union.
Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic met in Moscow on Thursday with Russia's Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu.
First Deputy Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Bakytzhan Sagintayev said during the Boao Forum for Asia (BFA) that “Asia is turning into the main platform of global international relations and Kazakhstan is ready to play a role of a transit hub between Europe and Asia due to its unique location.”
In the wake of any shocking event, national governments and officials of the European Union invariably call for more cooperation between member states to prevent anything similar happening in the future. The response to the March 22 terrorist attacks in Brussels has been no different.
The military cooperation project for 2016-2017 has been developed between the Kazakh and American armed forces, according to the President of the Kazakh Ministry of Defence Centre for Military and Strategic Studies Kozykorpesh Karbuzov.
Over the past several years, Hungary and Poland have been heavily criticized within the European Union. Both have been scolded, but neither have had sanctions imposed against them. The charge against them is that they have moved in the direction of repression. Since 2010, the government of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has been criticized for, in the view of its critics, impeding on press freedoms and independence of the judiciary, as well as undermining checks and balances and the rule of law. In Poland, after coming to power in October 2015, the new government of the Law and Justice party has introduced laws that, according to its critics, limit the independence of the media. Moreover, the government triggered a constitutional crisis when it took steps that undermined the ability of the Constitutional Tribunal to function. In addition, both countries have come under attack for opposing large-scale immigration.