Germany's Sigmar Gabriel and Russia's Sergey Lavrov have exchanged strong words during a joint press conference in Krasnodar. Gabriel accused the Syrian regime, which Russia backs in the region, of war crimes.
The North Atlantic Council chaired by NATO Deputy Secretary General, Rose Gottemoeller, visited the Coalition Warrior Interoperability Exercise (CWIX) held in Bydgoszcz, Poland on Thursday (22 June 2017).
"Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan, the two independent, sovereign states will never get trapped by Syrian crisis": FM Abdrakhmanov
Foreign Minister of Kazakhstan Kairat Abdrakhmanov speaking at the Eurasian Media Forum here in Astana on June 24 once again commented on the reports that Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan were reportedly in talks about sending the peacemaking mission to Syrian war zones.
The European Union's strategy for diversifying Europe's gas supply is being implemented around such priorities as the development of the Southern Gas Corridor, the creation of a liquefied gas hub in the Mediterranean, and also by expanding access to liquefied natural gas and gas storage facilities. To achieve this, the European Commission approved the strategy in February 2016.
Polish President Andrzej Duda and his Azerbaijani counterpart Ilham Aliyev have said that they want to boost trade and political ties.
The UK’s participation is led by the Astana Expo Team in Department for International Trade (DIT).
Azerbaijan has received delivery of Russian military equipment, said Azerbaijan’s Defence Ministry .
“Enough is enough,” proclaimed British Prime Minister Theresa May after the terrorist attack on London Bridge. Now, it is clear, almost half of those who voted in the United Kingdom’s general election on June 8 have had enough of May, whose Conservative majority was wiped out at the polls, producing a hung parliament (with no majority for any party). Whether it is “enough immigrants” or “enough austerity,” Britain’s voters certainly have had enough of a lot.
'Ilham Aliyev was the only Shiite among the Muslim leaders who gathered at the Riyadh summit last month'
Azeri.Today interviews Thomas Lippman, famous American journalist, expert on the Middle East, the author of the book "Saudi Arabia on the edge: the uncertain future of the American ally".
THE Chief Minister spoke to Committee 24 at the United Nations in New York after having to hurriedly rewrite his speech following a statement concerning sovereignty.
"Almost ten years after signing the Treaty, and seven years after my departure from politics, I know for sure that the support for the Lisbon Treaty was unnecessary," writes Mirek Topolánek.
Romania’s centre-right opposition National Liberal Party is to choose a new leader on Saturday, seeing new opportunities for itself in the unfolding crisis that is gripping the ruling Social Democrats.
National Nuclear Centre of Kazakhstan completed June 9 the first stage of physical launch of Kazakh Tokamak for Material Testing (KTM), a nuclear fusion reactor developed jointly with Russia and at the instruction of Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev.
The “proud negotiations” that Alexis Tsipras keeps talking about were completed on Thursday night with Greece agreeing to prolonged austerity measures and without getting what the prime minister has been promising Greek people ever since he set foot in Maximos Mansion.
New Europol report warns that the Balkan region remains vulnerable to Islamist terrorism - and remains a well-established route to and from the conflict zones for terrorist fighters.