Astana and Washington seek for further strengthening and broadening of strategic partnership between Kazakhstan and the US, Kazakh Foreign Minister Erlan Idrissov and US Secretary of State John Kerry stated at the meeting held this September 22 in New York.
President Komorowski has left for the 69th session of the UN General Assembly in New York, signally he intends to try and persuade national leaders to limit Russia's Security Council veto.
Sept 29 in Astrakhan, leaders of Russia, Kazakhstan, Iran, Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan are meeting to address Caspian Sea problems.
Remarks by NATO Deputy Secretary General Ambassador Alexander Vershbow at Multinational Corps (North East), Szczecin (Poland)
Kazakhstan’s KazMunaiGas National Oil and Gas Company is holding negotiations with the State Oil Company of Azerbaijan (SOCAR) to purchase fuels and lubricants, Kazakhstan’s First Deputy Energy Minister Uzakbai Karabalin said at a press conference in Astana on Sept.16.
Maxim Bakiev Extradition of Maksim Bakiyev and his cronies will be discussed during the upcoming visit of the British Minister of Justice to Bishkek, British MPs John Mann and Andrew Rosindell said at the meeting with Parliament Speaker Asilbek Jeenbekov on September 23.
Foreign and interior ministers are the biggest casualties in a wide-ranging cabinet reshuffle by prime minister designate Ewa Kopacz.
Though Iran has been broadcasting pictures and videos of top state officials and noted foreign dignitaries visiting Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei in the hospital, the health of the man who has held the most powerful post in the Islamic Republic remains unclear. The unusual public relations management of what has been described as a prostate surgery suggests Tehran may be preparing the nation and the world for a transition to a third supreme leader. Iranian efforts to project an atmosphere of normalcy conceal concerns among players in the Iranian political system that a power vacuum will emerge just as the Islamic republic has reached a geopolitical crossroads.
If Europe’s reaction to Crimea annexation had been more vigorous, as Poland advocated, and if the EU had adopted more immediate sanctions at the time, the current war in Donetsk would not have happened, Polish Foreign Minister Radosław Sikorski told EurActiv in an exclusive interview.
Ukraine’s president, Petro Poroshenko, whose country has seen part of its territory annexed by Russia and another part destabilized by pro-Russian separatists, has called on U.S. lawmakers to continue to support Ukraine in its quest for freedom and democracy.