Bulgaria's Foreign Minister has denied that Kosovo's attendance at the May summit in Sofia, the highlight of Sofia’s EU Presidency, will result in some countries boycotting it.
The recent escalating violence across Syria, including allegations of chemical weapons use in a Damascus suburb, could have consequences so devastating they are “difficult to even imagine,” a United Nations envoy warned Monday, calling for unity among global powers to prevent a chain of events that could draw in actors far beyond the region.
For the third time in a row, Viktor Orban and his Fidesz party have won the Hungarian elections with an overwhelming majority. The country's flailing opposition, which shares the blame, now faces an uncertain future.
Poland and France both want a strong European Union without divisions, the Polish foreign minister said on Thursday after talks in Paris with his French counterpart.
In an interview with BIRN, Kosovo President Hashim Thaci said Serbian leaders in the past had often tried to discuss dividing Kosovo – but he had always refused to countenance such talk.
Stepan Grigoryan: All events in Georgia had a big positive resonance in Armenia in favour of the EU and NATO
Exclusive interview of the Dr. Stepan Grigoryan, Chairman of the Board, Analytical Centre on Globalization and Regional Cooperation (ACGRC), Armenia
Kosovo's prime minister on Monday pushed back against threats made by Turkey's president over a probe into the arrest and deportation of six Turkish citizens with ties to schools linked to the Fethullah Gulen movement, which Ankara blames for a failed 2016 coup.
The presidents of Turkey, Russia and Iran will meet for a three-way summit on Syria in Istanbul on April 4, the Turkish foreign ministry said on Thursday.
Moscow has undergone a lively debate on the future course of its foreign policy – which may now become obsolete by the poisoning of Sergei Skripal.
Anders Fogh Rasmussen, former NATO Secretary General: In relations with Putin, we should hope for the best, but prepare for the worst
Danish politician Rasmussen is currently a recognized lawyer of Ukraine in the Euro-Atlantic community. The former head of the North Atlantic Alliance (2009-2014) consistently defends the interests of Kyiv and Ukrainians amid a real war unleashed by Russia against Ukraine and a hybrid war against Western democratic societies.