China sought to put a gentler face on its massive plan to recreate the old Silk Road at a summit that ended on Saturday (27 April), saying it must do more to explain the programme and boost sustainability even as state media hit back at critics.
About 73 percent of Latvian residents believe Latvia has benefited from its EU membership, mostly underscoring new job opportunities, economic growth and security, according to the latest Eurobarometer survey.
China and the United States appear closer than ever to an accord that would end their trade war but policymakers and investors are not popping any champagne.
Russian hydropower company RusHydro has launched a wind power plant in Russia’s Arctic region. It's far from a signal that fossil-fuel-hungry Russia is going green, but it's a start.
A heightened election season is starting with a jolt this weekend in Spain.
French President Emmanuel Macron said it was not the time to speak about his eventual bid for re-election in 2022, stressing that his priority is to make his mandate a success despite social rebellion reflected in weekly "yellow vest" street actions.
Addressing a session during II One Belt, One Road Forum in Beijing, First President of Kazakhstan-Leader of Nation Nursultan Nazarbayev talked about the possible ways of overcoming today's global challenges.
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday met with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, who is attending the Second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation in Beijing.
As many as 41 companies with capital from Central Asian countries, namely Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, were registered in Turkey in January-March 2019, which is by 12 companies more than in January-March 2018, the Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB) told .
The election of Volodymir Zelensky as Ukraine’s new president is unlikely to bring about radical change in Ukraine’s foreign policy, Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics (New Unity) said.
Fifteen years after the EU’s big bang enlargement, one would expect the dividing line between old and new (or post-communist) member states to have faded away.
China is working to address mounting concern that its ambitious infrastructure drive creates debt traps for participating countries, according to people involved drafting a joint communique to be considered by world leaders at the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing this week.
Last week, leaders of far-right parties from several European Union countries assembled in Milan to announce the creation of a nationalist alliance for the upcoming parliamentary elections.
The spokesperson for Gazprom, Sergey Kupriyanov, stated, on April 15, that the company had resumed gas imports from Turkmenistan (News Central Asia, April 16).
European Commission Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis, who is atop of New Unity's ticket in the European Parliament elections, told LETA in an interview that European Union solidarity cannot just be a one-way street.