More than 50 companies from the Chinese region of Zhejiang are to meet with around 60 Croatian companies in Zagreb to 'explore new business activities'.
The only route big enough for Israel’s gas exportation is a country like Turkey which is capable of providing infrastructure and further exportation to the West, Shai Cohen, the Consul-General of Israel in Istanbul has said.
Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevicius is leaving on Friday for Iran to discuss economic, trade, and cultural cooperation, the Foreign Ministry said.
The need to keep the channels of dialogue open with an unpredictable Russia is taken as an absolute imperative by many Western politicians. But they are often surprised when this tactic backfires.
At the meeting here of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) member states on May 24, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan Erlan Idrissov emphasised that in today’s reality, ensuring security and stability has become one of the primary tasks of the organisation.
Honoring the memory of victims of the atomic bomb that fell on Hiroshima seven decades ago, U.S. President Barack Obama said the world has a shared responsibility to prevent the suffering that took place in the Japanese city from happening again.
Polish deputy Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said that European Commission's deputy president, Frans Timmermans, appreciates the work the government is doing to resolve the crisis around the Constitutional Tribunal.
Climate diplomats wrapped up technical talks Thursday (26 May) saying they were on the right track but still far from delivering on the promise of the historic pact forged in December.
The European Union is the main trade partner of Azerbaijan, said Azerbaijan's Deputy Economy Minister Sahil Babayev in Baku May 27.
In the golden years of detente that followed the breakup of the USSR and the end of the Cold War, humanity aspired towards the total denuclearisation of the planet. But events were to take a different turn, and today we can say with regret that the drive towards disarmament is largely over, due to the actions of both NATO and Russia.
Refugees fleeing conflicts in the Middle East is not a problem just for Europe to solve, says US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Benjamin G. Ziff.
An interview with Natalia Slobodian, a National Centre for Strategic Studies energy expert living in Kyiv.
Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi has recently said that Israel and Saudi Arabia are trying to stop the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA, aka nuclear deal), signed by Iran and the world powers, from bearing fruits, and accused them of using Iranophobia as an instrument to sabotage the deal's implementation.
The current situation is radically changing the politics of Europe.
Georgian deputy prime minister, minister of energy Kakha Kaladze noted the importance of the East-West Energy Corridor intended for export of Azerbaijani oil to the global markets.