Turkish President Erdogan has accused the European Union of not keeping financial promises made in March's refugee deal. The leader has also said the Turkish people want the death penalty restored and have the final say.
The Caspian Sea is the largest enclosed body of water by area and the resources to be found around, in and under the Caspian Sea have been disputed for millennia. The issues under dispute were magnified by the discovery of Caspian energy resources and made many times more complex by the collapse of the Soviet Union and the emergence of new independent littoral Caspian states.
The situation in Yerevan will not impact the economic relations of Kazakhstan and Armenia, Chief Research Officer of the Kazakhstan Institute of Strategic Studies Vyacheslav Dodonov says.
Leaders of Visegrad Group countries meeting in Warsaw on Thursday agreed to submit a joint proposal on reforms to the EU at an upcoming summit of the bloc.
Pope Francis will meet with Christian, Muslim, and Jewish leaders during a trip to the former Soviet republics of Georgia and Azerbaijan from September 30 to October 2.
A meeting on Karabakh in August under the mediation of Russian President Vladimir Putin is being discussed, U.S. Ambassador to Armenia Richard Mills said at the American University of America on Wednesday.
Uzbek enterprises are ready to supply a wide range of high-quality and competitive products to French market, said representatives of Uzbek business circles.
Drilling works have launched for the construction of a geothermal power station in Karkar community of Armenia's Syunik province, the first-of-its-kind plant in the country.
Iran signed a memorandum of understanding with South Korea’s Daelim Company to improve and optimize the Isfahan Refinery, which puts an actual end to Iran's long-delayed $2.5 billion contract with Chinese financers in this project.
For people outside Germany, the country’s pains at growing up as a foreign policy power often look wondrous and slightly bizarre—so morally charged is every debate, so infused with self-doubt, and often so faraway from the strategic realities of the day. Much ink has been spilled over this subject, but some particularly important ink has just been added to this ocean of pondering.