Iran's Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani and Hungarian Deputy Prime Minister Zsolt Semjén, in a meeting in Tehran on Saturday, called for expansion of economic relations between the two countries.
The next round of negotiations on a new agreement between the EU and Azerbaijan is foreseen to take place in Baku towards the end of April, Maja Kocijancic, European External Action Service (EEAS) spokesperson.
Spain, at loggerheads with Britain over Gibraltar, appears to be easing its opposition to an independent Scotland in the European Union, saying it would not block such a move at least initially.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said at a meeting with Baltic foreign ministers that he was grateful to the countries for high-quality partnership, Lithuania's diplomacy chief Linas Linkevicius says.
Turkey was the fifth largest trade partner of the European Union last year, according to data from the Union's statistical authority.
German chancellor has been a leading advocate of economic sanctions against Vladimir Putin’s regime
U.S. nuclear weaponry experts have published a report on the ongoing programme to retrofit W76-1/Mk4A warheads of Trident II SLBMs with burst-height compensating super-fuses. The upgrade will significantly improve the missile’s kill ratio as applied to silo-based ICBMs, thus freeing up a considerable portion of the United States’ arsenal for engaging other targets of potential enemies.
Centre-right GERB claimed victory in Bulgaria’s parliamentary elections, narrowly defeating its main opponents, the Bulgarian Socialists, exit polls show.
Ukraine’s Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman is convinced that it will be possible to achieve progress in improving the situation regarding bilateral trade within GUAM.
The role of leader of Europe’s awkward squad, played with aplomb by the UK for the past 45 years, will be handed to Poland and Hungary at the weekend when European Union leaders meet in Rome to celebrate 60 years of the EU’s existence and map out a new future after Brexit.