Almost two dozen Polish former ambassadors are telling U.S. President Donald Trump that Poland’s democracy is at risk, and urging him to use an upcoming visit to pressure the country’s populist government to respect human rights and stop flouting the constitution.
President Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday that Turkey wants to continue defense industry cooperation with Russia, including on warplanes, following talks in Moscow with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.
The joint venture Natural Gas-Stream, established by Uzbekneftegaz and the Gas Project Development Central Asia (a subsidiary of Gazprom International), is implementing an investment project in north-west of Uzbekistan, a representative of the Ministry of Energy of Uzbekistan told Trend in an interview.
In the first half of 2019, 1.7 million tons of products were manufactured at Petkim petrochemical complex in Turkey, which is 10.5 percent more compared to the same period last year, Trend reports referring to the company.
Ministers of foreign affairs from the five Central Asian nations and a top U.S. diplomat met in Nur-Sultan Aug. 22 to discuss regional security and economic cooperation with the United States.
US President Donald J. Trump’s flirtation with a purchase of Greenland got ugly on August 20 when he tweeted that he was putting off his planned state visit to Denmark because Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen wouldn’t discuss the sale.
The latest edition of the NATO Innovation Challenge was launched on Monday (19 August 2019), under the theme: “Optimising leader development”.
A decision to move US troops out of Germany would mark a major change in the defense relationship between the two countries and reshape the basis of American military presence in Europe since WWII.
Pakistan rejects Indian government officials request of opening the railways routes between Pakistan and India that had been closed following Modi government scrapping status of Occupied Kashmir.*
In the past, there were rumors about the lease of 100 thousand hectares of land in the Dnipropetrovsk region.
U.S. President Donald Trump insists discussions are going well at the G-7 summit in Biarritz, France, despite apparent differences with leaders on issues including the trade war with China, how to handle Iran, the threat posed by North Korea and bringing Russia back into the grouping of the world’s most advanced democracies.
Chisinau and Kyiv are plotting their escape from Russia’s energy grasp, but progress on securing supplies via Romania is slow.
The Chinese government made clear in the protocol of its accession to the World Trade Organization that technology transfer would not be a condition for the approval of foreign investment.
Pakistan’s nuclear blackmail is a concern, but the Indian move is diplomatically questionable, strategically unsound.
Donald Trump’s trip to Poland is a chance for the country’s politics of memory, an official has said ahead of the US president’s planned visit later this month.