German government spokesman Steffen Seibert has said that Berlin is ready to cooperate with the incoming Polish government, with general election exit polls signalling a victory for a conservative coalition led by the Law and Justice party.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe has started a tour of five Central Asian countries this week. The Prime Minister will arrive in Kazakhstan on Monday. His trip would be the first by a Japanese Prime Minister to Central Asia since Junichiro Koizumi visited Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan in August 2006. On the eve of his visit to Astana, Mr. Abe gave an interview to "Kazinform" News Agency.
Russia is not yet possible to build effective contact with the participants of the antiterrorist coalition, warring against the IG. As we learned from the interview of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Vladimir Solovyov, he intended to send to the talks in Washington, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev. However, the US refused to accept the Russian delegation. In "Novaya Gazeta", meanwhile, published an article which said, citing unnamed military that Russia may soon collapse a military operation in Syria. At the same time, the Russian General Staff official said that Syria will establish a military base, which will include sea, air and land components - Damascus has responded positively to this initiative.
The campaign on promoting Kazakhstan in non-permanent members of the Security Council of the United Nations is one of the most important priorities of the country’s foreign policy.
The construction of the ‘East-West’ gas pipeline is coming to an end, said Turkmenistan’s Oil Industry and Mineral Resources Ministry.
According to Lithuanian professor, Sarunas Liekis, from Kaunas’ Vytautas Magnus University, the landslide victory won by the Law and Justice party in Poland’s parliamentary elections may worsen relations between Vilnius and Warsaw on the issue of the Polish national minority.
Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili has again demanded to discuss the cooperation with Russia’s Gazprom company during the upcoming government meeting, RIA Novosti reported.
Warning of poor weather conditions and fast-approaching winter, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) raised concerns about the protection of unaccompanied refugee and migrant children on the move in Europe, where several countries are faced with overstretched national capacities and insufficient coordination.
Officials in Bucharest said that NATO missile interceptors planned to be installed at a military base in Romania do not contravene an international weapons treaty, as Russia has claimed.
NATO membership will be a guarantor of security and independence of Georgia, the country’s deputy prime minister, foreign minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili said.
Sending gas to Europe doesn’t make commercial sense for Iran, says Matthew Bryza, former US assistant secretary for South Caucasus and former US ambassador to Azerbaijan.
Kazakhstan’s experts have commented on the air strikes conducted by the Russian forces in the beginning of September 30 targeting the militants of the so-called Islamic State, Tengrinews reports citing Kazakhstan’s 31 TV channel.
On Oct. 10, 2015, Ankara witnessed the largest terrorist attack on Turkish soil. Around 102 people died and over four hundred were injured. Turkey is still mourning this horrific terrorist attack.
The Chinese President's trip to the UK is intended to focus on plans to build two nuclear reactors in England. His country's human rights record is likely to be overlooked - even by the Royal Family.
Economic cooperation, the "One Belt One Road" project and the Central and Eastern Europe-China summit were the main topics of a Wednesday meeting of Poland's President Andrzej Duda with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Warsaw.