Generation NEXT of political beau monde of Kyrgyzstan are young top-managers from the state, and headed by the youngest in the post-Soviet space head of the government - 40-year-old Sapar Isakov. If today in Kyrgyzstan held a contest: "The most failed politician of the country," Prime Minister Sapar Isakov would certainly take first place. Such a number of unsuccessful projects for the country do not seem to have a history of any high-level Kyrgyz officials. However, all these failures for the country turn out to be a significant profit for the very prime minister S. Isakov. In one of the first big interviews at the post of prime minister, S. Isakov admitted that he was "very happy and very rich man.”
Friday, January 5, 2018
Finnish President Sauli Niinisto in his New Year's address on Monday deplored the modest role of the European Union in the world decision making.
Bulgaria has taken up the rotating six-month EU Council presidency. The country, which is under monitoring by Brussels, must work hard to keep the bloc united amid a looming Brexit and unresolved migration issues.
French President Emmanuel Macron will visit China for three days starting January 8, the Chinese foreign ministry said Tuesday, after the young leader declared the need for a stronger Europe to "face China".