Italy’s Turboden S.p.A. may begin producing electricity in Uzbekistan by utilizing associated petroleum gas (APG) and flare gases, the Uzbek media reported referring to the draft resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers.
The Islamic Republic of Iran, the Russian Federation and the Republic of Turkey as guarantors of the Astana format
The election winner, the first woman to hold presidential office in the country, outran her opponent by more than 19% of the votes.
The European Union might need to get back to the Brexit deal in the winter as it might fail to get approval in the British parliament, Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite has warned.
The EU and NATO, with 22 common members, are going through halcyon years of cooperation in addressing global challenges and managing crises.
Not worth risking the transatlantic cooperation for any business benefit
North Korea’s statements of its intention to abandon nuclear weapons should not be taken too seriously: the country considers them to be the most important guarantee of the regime’s preservation.
TALLINN – During a meeting in Brussels on Tuesday, Estonia's Defense Minister Juri Luik and ministers of defense of the other European Union member states discussed cooperation between the EU and NATO, the activity of the European Defense Agency and EU military missions, as well as matters related to operations.
It’s a chaotic world order, with too little commitment to peace, says the United Nations Secretary-General. The UN Security Council, mandated to prevent and remove threats to peace through effective collective measures, was surely meant for volatile times like these.
Moscow and Kyiv are locked in dispute over an incident in the Kerch Strait off the coast of the Crimean Peninsula. What is it all about?