The Baku-Moscow-Ankara regional axis is a promising format and it is expected to become even more important if it is expanded, Head of the Strategic Analysis Center of the Russian Innovative Development Institute, Russian expert Andrey Ivanov told .
On the 10th anniversary of the Russian aggression against Georgia, Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz will join Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Pavlo Rozenko and the Foreign Ministers of Lithuania Linas Linkevičius and Latvia Edgars Rinkēvičs on a visit to Georgia between 6 and 7 August.
Their names sound nice: "Anchor centers" and "disembarkation platforms." But these camps for asylum-seekers that the EU wants to set up are supposed to deter migration — though they won't work, says DW's Bernd Riegert.
U.S.-Turkey relations, which have been strained due to Pastor Andrew Brunson, who has been living in Turkey for quite a long time and, as stated in the attorney general's bill of indictment, has links with the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) terror group and Fetullah Terror Organization (FETÖ), actually gives us a great opportunity to interpret the new period of the world.
Kosovo Appeals Court has ordered a retrial in the case against Naser Kelmendi, who was sentenced for running a narcotics operation earlier this year.
The administration of the Government of Georgia says that German Chancellor Angela Merkel will visit Georgia in the near future.
The European Union began screening the readiness of Balkan neighbors Macedonia and Albania to start negotiations by June next year on joining the EU.
Surely the Bulgarian government is pleased to see how quietly the specificity of Bulgarian membership in the European Union is beginning to blur. Attached to Bulgaria’s and Romania’s accession to the EU in 2007, the Union introduced a Cooperation and Verification Mechanism which was to remind the two countries that they had to adhere to the rule of law and fight against corruption.
Ukraine and the Czech Republic have agreed on the gradual liberalization of relations in the sector of passenger and freight traffic between the two countries.
In the meeting of heads of Governments of China and the Central and Eastern European countries 16+1, wherein Lithuania was represented by Vilius Šapoka, the Minister of Finance, it was agreed to establish a financial technologies coordination centre of 16+1 format in Vilnius and to organize high-level fintech conference in 2019.