Brexit has returned to the headlines with a vengeance since British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s victory in the Conservative Party leadership contest.
Kazakhstan remains hopeful the United States and Russia will negotiate and resolve their problems concerning the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty through existing bilateral and multilateral platforms, said the Kazakh Ministry of Foreign Affairs in an Aug. 4 statement on the Aug. 2 withdrawal of the United States from the treaty.
Relations between Warsaw and Washington are a priority for Poland’s president, an aide to the head of state has said.
Lithuania is working with the European Union to establish a common policy not to recognise Russian passports issued in east Ukraine, currently controlled by Moscow-backed separatists, Vilnius said Tuesday (6 August).
In 2019, the leaders of the Central Asian countries will hold a second consultative meeting in Tashkent.
From January 1, Moldova may be left without Russian gas, and Transnistria will have to part with its independence.
The guarantor countries of the Astana peace process in Syria (Russia, Turkey and Iran) called on the world community to enhance humanitarian assistance to Syria, Roman Vasilenko, Vice-Foreign Minister of Kazakhstan, told a tallying-up briefing on the 13th round of the talks.
India's ruling party has delivered on its promise to revoke the special autonomous status for Jammu and Kashmir. It is a risky move, but there is a clear rationale behind it, says DW's Rodion Ebbighausen.
The stories countries tell about themselves are key to national identity — and authoritarian governments in Hungary and Poland have made it their mission to control the plot.
Oil and gas industry is a leading branch of national economy, which has an important role in implementation of the programmes of industrialization of the country on innovative base, expansion of its export capabilities.