An exclusive interview with former Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine, Yuriy Boyko
Kazakhstan is one of the countries that potentially can obtain a share in the Trans-Anatolian gas pipeline (TANAP) project, Vladimir Yevseyev, director of Russian Center for Public Policy Research said.
UKRAINE and the US risked further provoking Russia yesterday as their troops kicked off joint training exercises dubbed Fearless Guardian 2015.
More and more excitement flares up around the issue of gas supplies to Europe. In particular, all the attention is focused on Greece, which by chance suddenly became a kind of arbiter of the fate of the EU's energy, and it seems that the country is not ready to cope with this role.
Juha Sipila declared his opposition Center Party the winner of Finland's parliamentary election Sunday and will become the country's new prime minister at the head of a coalition government.
The USA plans to offer 10-year business and tourist visas to Kazakhstanis, media reports citing the US Ambassador George Krol.
Yet another fishing boat, this time carrying up to 700 migrants, capsized off the coast of Libya this weekend. It's high time for the EU to act.
The reason for decrease in Azerbaijani gas imported by Georgia is the reduction of the level of consumption in the country, a source in SOCAR (State Oil Company of Azerbaijan).
Iceland plays a “unique role” in keeping the Alliance’s transatlantic link strong, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Thursday (16 April) during a visit to Reykjavik. “Iceland makes important contributions to NATO and international security in many ways,” he said.
The nuclear power plant's conservation process will take at least 10 years.