Eastern Europe should not miss the historic opportunity to have one of its own elected as the next Secretary-General of the United Nations - preferably a woman.
Azerbaijan’s state oil company SOCAR doesn’t see progress in the project for construction of an underground gas storage facility in Georgia for the present, a source in SOCAR told
The top diplomats of Germany and Russia have discussed the conflict in eastern Ukraine in light of rising tensions over Crimea. Both called for restraint amid fears that the region could be further destabilized.
In its analysis of the outcome of the talks between Presidents Putin and Erdogan earlier this week in St. Petersburg, Italian news magazine L’Espresso says it has sent two strong messages, telling Europe “it is no longer the center of the universe”, and demonstrating to the US that Turkey has “other strategic options on the table.”
The Turks constitute the third ethnic group in Macedonia. They preserve their identity and have become more organized in recent years.
The relations between Russia and Turkmenistan are based on the principle of strategic partnership, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said in an interview with "Foreign Policy and Diplomacy of Turkmenistan" magazine.
Business magnate George Soros is convinced that the EU needs to reinvent itself. In an interview with EurActiv’s partner WirtschaftsWoche, he explained how Europe should deal with Brexit.
The North-South corridor is a great transport project, which is beneficial to all the countries involved, says Kamran Dadkhah, an expert on Iran issues and an associate professor at the Department of Economics of the US-based Northeastern University.
In May 2016, the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Missile Defense Agency announced that its ballistic missile defence (BMD) base at Deveselu, Romania, had been put into operation. This marked the second phase of the European Phased Adaptive Approach (EPAA) announced by Barack Obama in 2009. Immediately thereafter, construction of a similar base in Redzikowo, Poland began as part of the third EPAA phase. These events force us once again to reflect on the potential threat that the United States’ current plans to deploy BMD in Europe poses to Russia’s national security.
Azerbaijan is serious about the development of North-South transit corridor, Hossein Ashoori, vice president of operation and international transportation of Islamic Republic of Iran Railways told Trend.
On August 3, 2016 Washington, DC hosted the second C5+1 Foreign Ministerial Meeting of the Central Asian countries, the press service of the Kazakh MFA reports.
After the UK vote for leaving the European Union, India, with historically close ties to Britain has to reassess its relations with both sides. A weakening of either the EU or the UK is against India's interests, which could lead to a revivification of the Commonwealth and to new multilateral free trade areas.
Greek Energy Minister Panos Skourletis is adamant that a 17 percent share in the Public Power Corporation (DEI) should not be sold to private investors.
British Prime Minister Theresa May travelled to Warsaw on Thursday (28 July) in a bid to reassure the Polish government that the hundreds of thousands of Poles living in Britain still had a post-Brexit future there.
Kazakhstan's state oil company KazMunaiGas threatened to seek international arbitration against Bucharest over the seizure of its refinery in eastern Romania in a tax fraud probe.