The investment case for low-carbon energy is strong: increased economic growth and jobs, reduced transition risks, and the most cost-effective pathway to realising the goals of the Paris Agreement. Why, then, are EU energy ministers so reluctant to provide the legislative framework required to shift the trillions? writes Stephanie Pfeifer.
UN Assistant Secretary-General Miroslav Jenča believes that during its one-month's Presidency in the UN Security Council Kazakhstan will have to look for ways to solve problems which pose threat to the future of humanity.
At present, Turkmen natural gas is exported via the transnational pipeline Turkmenistan-Uzbekistan-Kazakhstan-China, put into operation in December 2009.
Leaders of two partners in venture mark first completion of EPR reactor.
European Union sanctions against Poland are off the table and Poles should not be worried about them, Polish deputy Foreign Minister Konrad Szymański has said.
Turkey is "tired" of its EU membership process and it cannot request for membership in the bloc indefinitely, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in Paris on Friday.
Poland and Hungary are winning the battle against the EU over immigration, the two countries’ premiers said Wednesday, with Hungary’s Viktor Orban predicting “a year of great confrontations” with Brussels.
French President Emmanuel Macron will visit China for three days starting January 8, the Chinese foreign ministry said Tuesday, after the young leader declared the need for a stronger Europe to "face China".
Bulgaria has taken up the rotating six-month EU Council presidency. The country, which is under monitoring by Brussels, must work hard to keep the bloc united amid a looming Brexit and unresolved migration issues.
Finnish President Sauli Niinisto in his New Year's address on Monday deplored the modest role of the European Union in the world decision making.