Incoming European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker’s first words on announcing the members of his new commission were about jobs and growth. Enlargement and the EU’s neighbors are second rank.
Ukrainian government has made to Parliament a bill to abolish the country's non-aligned status.
The Ministry of Economy has put out for initial public consultation a draft of the Polish Energy Policy until 2050. As could be expected given the current tensions between the EU, US and Russia, Poland’s energy security topped the triad of sustainable growth objectives.
American businesses are feeling under the gun in China, with two new surveys detailing growing concerns that Beijing is targeting U.S. companies.
As widely forecast, Prime Minister Donald Tusk was chosen as the new President of the European Council last weekend, marking both a landmark moment and the end of an era in the country’s political history.
They have a saying in Lausitz, a region in eastern Germany near the border with Poland: "God made Lausitz, but the devil gave us coal."
Energy security is one of the important issues to define sovereignty and independence of the EU partners, European Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy Stefan Fule said Sept. 9.
The conflicts in Iraq, Syria, Israel and Palestine cannot be resolved without Iran, believes President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev.
Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov met with OSCE Secretary General Lamberto Zannier and discussed the cooperation in the energy security sphere, a message from the Turkmen government said on Sept.4.
The political consultations between the Georgian and Kazakh foreign ministries were held in Tbilisi.