US envoy to country says the sooner a peace agreement is reached, the better for Afghanistan
I see two important trends shaping the future of the global debate: The first is population aging and the second is migration. It’s an old story in a new setting. People in developed parts of the world are getting older, while young people in poor places are trying to get away from their circumstances.
The Swedish general election of 9 September 2018 generated very unclear results, at least by that country’s standards.
Britain and Switzerland will sign an agreement on Monday to continue trading on preferential terms after Brexit, the British trade department said, protecting a trade relationship worth 32 billion pounds.
India, Iran and Russia are planning to launch the North-South international transport corridor in the near future, which will connect the Persian Gulf and Indian Ocean regions with Russia and Northern Europe through Iran and the Caspian Sea.
The example of Armenia’s relations with Russia and the EU shows that foreign policy can still be built according to the principle “both Russia and the EU”, but in this case the state cannot get all the benefits from cooperation with both actors.
Kosovo's 2019 budget has awarded the defence ministry an extra six million euros to help begin the slow process of transforming the country's security force, KSF, into a regular army.
Estonian Prime Minister Juri Ratas and Latvian Prime Minister Krisjanis Karins discussed at a meeting in Tallinn on Friday relations between the two states and common issues in the European Union as well as on a regional level.
“We are concerned about the situation in Afghanistan, where tension is growing and clashes are ongoing,” Ambassador of Kyrgyzstan to Russia Alikbek Jekshenkulov said in an interview with TASS.
Ukraine has been turned in Russia´s battlefield
The national government plans to build gas infrastructure around the outskirts of the capital to provide blue fuel for urban heat and power plants, Koktal-1 and Koktal-2 residential areas, Zheleznodorozhny and Southeast districts.
The relationship between these giant neighbours should not be seen only through the prism of conflict
Baku will host the first meeting of the working group for implementation of the Convention on the Legal Status of the Caspian Sea to be held Feb. 19-20 with the participation of representatives of the Caspian littoral states.
Kazakhstan will expand the types of products it exports this year,, said Kazakh Vice Minister for Industry and Infrastructure Development Arystan Kabykenov.
After the declaration of the Brexit procedure, the issue of the security of the EU states became more acute than ever.