EU CENTRAL ASIA STRATEGY

The water of transboundary rivers should be combined and not disconnected

By Arthur Dunn

Today it is already obvious that without introducing purely economic and trade relations in the field of water use and distribution, it is difficult to manage, given the specifics of interstate relations and the priority of national interests in such a difficult issue. This is, in particular, about transboundary rivers.

Kazakhstan urged the countries to begin a dialogue

By Kim Stern

The next rotating rotation of the chairmanship was held in the UN Security Council. Kazakhstan after a month at the head of the key body of the world's most important international organization gave way to Kuwait. According to the estimates of many UN members, during the month of the chairmanship, Kazakhstan has done more on this post than some members of the Security Council have been able to achieve over the years.

EU, Kazakh officials call for stronger cooperation at Brussels forum

Kazakh government officials and high representatives of European Union institutions discussed prospects for Kazakhstan-EU cooperation in light of the Enhanced Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (EPCA) signed in 2015 and the EU’s long-term foreign policy for Central Asia during a Feb. 26 roundtable at the offices of Euractiv, a Brussels-based online media resource covering the European Union.

A bridge  between the Visegrád countries and Central Asia

The first meeting of the Visegrad Group (V4) and Central Asia was devoted to the issues of interregional interaction New EU strategy for CA reflects new technologies and digital transformation The new format of cooperation was initiated by Hungarian chairmanship in Visegrad group which is ongoing under the motto "V4 Connects" setting the goal to strengthen interaction with the partner countries outside the European continent.