Lithuania's President Dalia Grybauskaite has expressed her hope that the Peasant and Green Union, which triumphed in the parliamentary elections, establishes an honest and responsible ruling coalition.
Norway has announced it is to allow more than 300 US troops to be stationed on its soil for a trial period in 2017.
France is proud of its achievements in the development of nuclear energy. Nationwide, there are 58 reactors, which together produce more than 400 billion kilowatt-hours annually, or more than 75% of the total electricity generated. Branch provides a less high electricity prices for domestic consumers, compared with many European countries, which is very important in modern conditions.
President Kersti Kaljulaid meets with the President of Latvia, Raimonds Vējonis.
Turkmen Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Rashid Meredov and China’s newly appointed ambassador Sun Weidong mulled the Turkmenistan-China cooperation in trade, economy and energy in a meeting in Ashgabat Oct. 25.
Migrants carrying suitcases and bundles of possessions began leaving the Calais "Jungle" on Monday ahead of the demolition of the camp that has served as a launchpad for attempts to sneak into Britain.
Montenegro approached its latest elections in the state of a crisis caused by a whole range of socioeconomic and political factors. Montenegro’s socioeconomic problems, for instance, a high unemployment rate, are typical for the entire region. As regards the political reasons, one could single out dissatisfaction with Milo Djukanovic’s regime and attempts to draw the country into NATO which have intensified since mid-2014. The situation was quite tense last year. The opposition held several protests, even in the parliament. On January 27, 2016, the ruling coalition split after the Social Democratic Party left.
A new contingent of 20 Hungarian police officers left for Serbia on Monday to help their local colleagues patrol the country’s border with Bulgaria.
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier warned on Sunday (23 October) that the European Union faced an existential risks.
Ankara and Astana have formed a good relationship over the recent years, equally benefiting both sides in numerous ways. This relationship is expected to gain further depth and width in the near future.
Syrian crisis hijacks this week’s Brussels summit debate on keeping in place sanctions against Moscow.
Alternative and renewable energy sources won't be able to completely replace the traditional ones, Azerbaijan's Energy Minister Natig Aliyev said, according to the message of the country's Ministry of Energy released Oct. 19.
World currency system in the twenty-first century.
A new, broader European agreement on the migrant crisis is possible, Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Konrad Szymański has said at Friday’s EU summit in Brussels.
Unlike Russian gas pumped via Ukraine and Germany, that flowing through Turkey will face tough competition from Azerbaijani, Iranian, Iraqi, and possibly even Turkmen and Israeli gas. Gazprom’s rivals won’t need to ship their gas as far, and they will have much lower pipeline construction costs. The gas market in southeastern Europe is not that big and doesn’t have a lot of room for growth.