Germany has signaled support for the American military action - without explicitly backing it, calling the strikes "limited and targeted." But the opposition criticized the Trump administration's move.
A joint mission of the European Commission (EC) and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) visited Kyrgyzstan March 28-31 with the aim of solving the problems the uranium production legacy poses to the country’s environment. Min-Kush, Shekaftar and Mailuu-Suu were defined as top priority sites for environmental remediation.
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.
The overseas arm of India’s biggest oil and gas explorer intends to spend more than $3 billion on Iran’s Farzad-B natural gas block.
Ukraine and Latvia have agreed on further cooperation on recovery of stolen financial assets.
SNS leader and Serbian PM Aleksandar Vucic has declared his victory in the presidential elections held in Serbia on Sunday, April 2.
The latest rejuvenation of the European defence project underscores more clearly than ever that EU member states will have to make not just financial but political sacrifices if they really want improved security.
Kazakhstan is the largest state in the Central Asian region. And the richest in natural resources. In Kazakhstan last year, production was started at the largest field of recent years - Kashagan. But in addition to oil, Kazakhstan is ready to offer foreign business numerous contracts in various fields: from subsoil use to agro-industrial complex.
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.