The foreign ministers of the European Union and six former Soviet republics will meet next month to endorse an extension of the Eastern Partnership Program.
An Uzbek-Finnish business forum was held on 11 April 2019, which was attended by the official delegation of Finland, the leadership of the Ministry of Investment and Foreign Trade, representatives of relevant ministries and departments from the Uzbek side, and 47 leading Finnish and domestic companies.
Tajikistan will hold the chairmanship of the OSCE Forum for Security Cooperation (FSC) from May to August 2019. The Forum’s Security Dialogues are an opportunity for the 57 OSCE member States to discuss issues of military security and stability in Europe.
General Secretary of China Xi Jinping’s tour of Italy, Monaco and France on March 21–26, 2019, caused a stir across Europe. What approach should be taken to projects being proposed under the Belt and Road Initiative?
UzA-KAZINFORM President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev gave an interview to Kazinform International News Agency and UzA National News Agency of Uzbekistan on the results achieved, current state and prospects for the development of cooperation between Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan.
On March 4, Romania, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkmenistan held a ministerial meeting in Bucharest—the first such quadripartite gathering for these governments.
Climate change will have negative implications for water availability in the region of Central Asia, Lilia Burunciuc, World Bank Regional Director for Central Asia, told Trend in an interview on climate change in Central Asia.
In conditions when the American diplomatic pressure on Ankara is increasing, and the position of Erdogan’s party inside the Turkish Republic is significantly weakening, it is important to understand whether Ankara will continue to adapt to Russian policy.
Immigration and the importance of foreign languages were some of the topics covered during The Great Election Debate at Sanomatalo in Helsinki earlier this week.
Kazakh Deputy Foreign Minister Roman Vassilenko briefed professors and students at the March 28 lecture at the Italian Society for International Organisations (SIOI) in Rome on ways Kazakhstan is working on deeper cooperation among Central Asian states.
India called upon Pakistan to not make “hysterical statement” and take the focus away from the core issues that plague the two nations. It also asked Pakistan to share any evidence it has for the claim that it is making.
Over the past two years, Washington has come to embrace a policy of strategic competition with China.
European Union leaders have granted the UK a six-month extension to Brexit, after late-night talks in Brussels.
Mr. Lajčák visited Kazakhstan as part of a regional tour of Central Asia, and in Nur-Sultan he held meetings with President of the Republic of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev and Speaker of the Senate Dariga Nazarbayeva.
The European Parliament by voting at the plenary session finally approved the amendments to the EU Gas Directive, which deal with the rules of operation of the offshore sections of gas pipelines in the European Union, including the Nord Stream.