Iran “doesn’t agree” with getting only 13 percent share of the Caspian Sea, Deputy Foreign Minister for Asia-Pacific Affairs Ebrahim Rahimpour said.
Theresa May, the longest-serving home secretary of recent times, has been known as a modernizer, an authoritarian - and above all, a pragmatist. Samira Shackle reports from London on Britain's new prime minister.
Russia is actively working with “strongholds” of anti-EU and anti-Nato sentiment in the Western Balkans in order to compete for influence, Montenegro’s prime minister, Milo Dukanovic has warned.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg stressed the value of political dialogue following the NATO-Russia Council on Wednesday (13 July 2016). “Today we had very useful discussions. We addressed some of the most important issues on the Euro-Atlantic security agenda. This shows the value of the NATO-Russia Council,” he said.
The foreign ministers of five Caspian Sea states are set to meet in Astana July 13 to discuss the draft Convention on the Legal Status of the Caspian Sea and preparations for the fifth Caspian Summit to be held in Kazakhstan.
The next Serzh Sargsyan-Ilham Aliyev post-April meeting, which is planned to be held in Paris, will bring no substantial change.
President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has attended a session of Heads of State and Government of Afghanistan and Allies and their Resolute Support Operational Partners as part of the NATO Summit in Warsaw.
President Dalia Grybauskaite has urged Lithuanians living in Britain to defend their freedoms in the midst of increasing reports of bullying and hate crime incidents since the UK’s vote to leave the European Union.
Serbia is interested in further cooperation with Azerbaijani AzVirt construction company, Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said.
Szydło said that the decisions taken at the two-day gathering has paved the way for a boost in Poland’s safety in the region.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter is in Afghanistan, just three days after international leaders agreed to support the war-torn country with about 12,000 NATO troops and funding for Afghan National Defense and Security Forces through 2020.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada is standing by Ukraine in its struggle against Russia, but he won't be pinned down on whether it will continue supplying troops to train Ukraine's military.
Both Azerbaijan and Armenia are valuable partners, Jens Stoltenberg, NATO secretary general, tweeted July 11.
Ukraine won promises of continued support at a NATO summit on Saturday (9 July), but the prospect of Kyiv’s eventual membership of the US-led military alliance seemed as distant as ever, as the West seeks a tentative rapprochement with Russia.
Reports emerged in Moscow and Ankara, on June 24, that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan wrote his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, a letter apparently apologizing for the loss of a Russian Su-24 bomber and the death of its pilot.