Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev urged an Aug. 24 summit of the heads of the founding states of the International Fund for Saving the Aral Sea (IFAS) in Turkmenbashi city, Turkmenistan to reorganise the IFAS to better protect the environmentally-damaged water body.
Germany’s interior ministry has presented its key points for the new immigration law. But the first reactions were rather mixed, although the law has long been desired for. EURACTIV Germany reports.
Talks follow wave of violence but also series of overtures from Afghan government
Exclusive interview of the professor International Black Sea University (Tbilisi Georgia) Mr. Nika Chitadze
Serbia's and Kosovo's presidents have called on the international community to support the deal reached by the two countries, including possible border corrections.
There should be no drastic and tragic changes in relations between Turkey and the United States. Of course, for Washington Recep Tayyip Erdogan is a “complex partner”, a so-called “Sultan,” who tries to pursue an independent foreign policy.
For the last few years, joint efforts between Kazakhstan and international organisations to revive the sea, or at least mitigate the disastrous effects of Soviet-initiated irrigation mega-projects, have been making the impossible possible.
Military exercises will include Chinese troops for the first time in what is being viewed as a major geopolitical shift
Over the five years of its implementation, the One-Belt-One-Road initiative has become a new clasp between China and the Central Asian region, providing the parties with a wide range of new opportunities for deepening mutually beneficial cooperation and achieving universal development and prosperity.
Deputy foreign ministers of the Caspian Sea states are planning to hold consultations in Azerbaijan in fall of this year in order to discuss the Convention on the legal status of the Caspian Sea, Kazakhstan's Foreign Minister Kairat Abdrakhmanov told.