The statements of the OSCE Minsk Group co-chairs, voiced during their recent visit to the region, once again showed their lack of initiative in the negotiations to resolve the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
Commission Vice-President Frans Timmermans should keep away from the strained rule of law dialogue between Brussels and Warsaw, as long as he is running for a seat in the new Commission, says expert Sławomir Dębski.
Exclusive interview of the Ph.D. Alex Grigorievs, Vice Chair of the Board, Baltic to Black Sea Alliance (BBSA)
In the system of international relations and global politics, Azerbaijan is distinguished by its principled state strategy, which aims to support the foreign policy balance in the region and in the world.
Ruling Georgian Dream (GD) party-backed presidential candidate Salome Zurabishvili says she will not give up and will fight to the end in the runoff to be held on December 2.
Unpleasant steps are being taken regarding Lithuanian Radio and Television (LRT) by the Seimas, LRT Director General Monika Garbačiauskaitė-Budrienė says. According to her, there have been various attempts to limit the freedom of press during this parliamentary session; thus, there is need to remain cautious.
During implementation of the Rail Baltica project, the three Baltic states cannot afford internal battles, said Latvian parliament speaker Inara Murniece (National Alliance), opening the 37th Session of the Baltic Assembly in Vilnius
By Samir Ali – Trend:
Washington is preparing to come up with new ideas, summarizing the views of the United States, Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia, for solution of the Karabakh problem, the Chief Editor of the Baki Kheber newspaper, Political Expert Aydin Guliyev told Trend, commenting on the National Security Adviser to the US President John Bolton's visit to Azerbaijan.
Albania's Minister of Interior Fatmir Xhafaj resigned from the post on Saturday morning, with Prime Minister Edi Rama announcing shortly after that he had nominated his security advisor for the position.
The German chancellor demanded free elections in four-way talks in Turkey on the possibility of peace in Syria. Merkel and the leaders of France, Russia and Turkey are hoping to capitalize on a shaky ceasefire agreement.