Turkish Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu has said that those who expect the state to tolerate the presence of terrorism are “very mistaken.”
Kazakh Foreign Minister Beibut Atamkulov discussed ways to strengthen economic, political and humanitarian ties with German Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs Heiko Maas during Atamkulov’s Aug. 19 first visit to Berlin in his capacity.
Turkey and the US have started work on launching a coordination center for the creation of a security zone in Syria.
Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic has finally announced her candidacy for upcoming presidential elections in Croatia in an interview – given surprisingly to the same right-wing weekly that denounced her not long ago as as ‘shameless’ supporter of ‘Serbian lies’.
President Volodymyr Zelensky announced the priority steps of Ukraine authorities to boost economic development. UNIAN has learned about the expected transformations awaiting the country in the near future.
The European Union and Russian influence in Central Asia are deeply different.
Both India and Pakistan are vying for China's support in the dispute over Kashmir. Experts say that although China is critical of India's move to control the region, it's unlikely to affect economic ties with India.
In recent years Russia – Turkey relations has gone through tremendous transformations.
The need to include China in medium and strategic range arms limitation agreements has become the official position of the Trump administration both in connection with the withdrawal from the INF Treaty and the possibility of replacing it with a new agreement, and in the negotiations on the next START treaty.
Participants of the Aug. 12 first Caspian Economic Forum discussed economic ties among Caspian littoral countries in trade and tourism as well as infrastructure development around the inland sea.
A Kazakh delegation recently visited Tokyo to explore cooperation prospects and review
On August 1, US President Donald Trump signed Executive Order 13883 “Administration of Proliferation Sanctions and Amendment of Executive Order 12851.” Media outside Russia were quick to label the move as a second round of sanctions against Russia over the alleged use of chemical weapons in the Skripal case. What is this all about, specifically, and what new sanctions could Russia face?
EU defence ministers will discuss new technologies and the changing world during the informal meeting of ministers of defence on 28 and 29 August. The topics of discussion include for example artificial intelligence and the effect of climate change on defence and security.
President Gitanas Nauseda says Latvia's decision to buy electricity generated by Belarus' Astravyets Nuclear Power Plant (NPP), under construction close to the Lithuanian border, is "regrettable" but "not very surprising".
Western powers on Tuesday (13 August) urged foes Serbia and Kosovo to reboot their stalled dialogue “with urgency”, warning that the lack of progress is hindering their dreams of joining the European Union.