Archive for April, 2013
Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev has today received a Greek delegation led by Foreign Minister Dimitris Avramopoulos.
Croatia supports Serbia on its path towards joining the bloc, said Croatian Foreign Minister Vesna Pusic at a joint press conference in Zagreb during a visit of Serbian Foreign Minister Aleksandar Vucic.
A meeting between Serbs from northern Kosovo with PM Ivica Dačić and his first deputy, Aleksandar Vučić, ended without an agreement on Tuesday. After three hours of talks, the Serbs from northern Kosovo and the highest representatives
Azerbaijani Deputy Foreign Minister Araz Azimov will visit Turkey tomorrow. In his visit to Ankara, Azimov will hold talks with
South Caucasus needs the support of the international community more than ever, since the prospects of conflict resolution are
Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has emphasized Turkey’s undaunted support for Cyprus peace talks to reunify the divided island in a meeting with Alexander Downer, the UN’s envoy to Cyprus, saying that the Turkish Cypriot side’s call to restart the stalled talks should be urgently addressed.
Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić is conferring with Croatia’s top officials in Zagreb on Monday. He started his first official visit to that country with a meeting with Foreign Minister Vesna Pusić.
Serbian Parliament Speaker Nebojša Stefanović hopes a deal will be reached with northern Kosovo Serbs regarding the implementation of the Brussels agreement.
From May 2013 visa-free regime will be set between Turkey and Moldova. The resolution to abandon the visa regime
A Bosnia-Herzegovina court has remanded Federation of Bosnia-Herzegovina President Živko Budimir in custody for a month. He was arrested on Friday on corruption charges.
Romanian Foreign Minister’s started a visit to Baku on Friday, where
On April 26 begins the visit to Kazakhstan of Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who will take part in a conference
Serbia’s Prime Minister Ivica Dačić has said that the implementation of the Brussels agreement is the most important for Serbia at the moment. He added that Belgrade was ready to discuss the implementation with Priština without a mediator.
Foreign Minister of Greek Cypriot administration Ioannis Kasoulides said Cyprus talks might begin in September 2013. Kasoulides said
A representative of the EU’s Enlargement Directorate met Montenegrin officials and opposition leaders to discuss, among other things, rows over the recent presidential election.
Bulgarian interim Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Marin Raykov held a telephone conversation with Greek counterpart Antonis Samaras. The two discussed the recent
EU Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fule says that the European Commission’s goal is that Serbia gets a date for the start of the EU accession talks on June 25. “The Serbian government needs to continue with successful implementation
Romania is closely cooperating with the Government of Azerbaijan to ensure
Regional security was on the agenda when Bulgarian and Georgian defence ministers met in Sofia. The Georgian Defence Ministry said today that
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has said that his country does not intend to recognize Kosovo as independent. This position is irrespective of the agreement on
UN Security Council decided to send a peacekeeping force to settle stability in Mali. The new Mission, with
Georgian Foreign Minister Maia Pandzhikidze met with Deputy Secretary General of the European External Action Service (EEAS) Helga Schmid during a visit to Brussels.
Serbia’s Deputy Prime Minister, Aleksandar Vucic, will visit Croatia on Monday, the Croatian Foreign Ministry confirmed on Thursday. Vucic will meet Croatian
Representatives of northern Kosovo Serbs discussed the Brussels agreement with PM Ivica Dačić and First Deputy PM Aleksandar Vučić for four hours on Thursday. The northern Kosovo
Cyprus’s cabinet on Wednesday approved the island’s 10-billion-euro EU-IMF bailout deal that will now be tabled before parliament for a vote
Moldova’s Foreign Minister Iurie Leanca has been named the country’s new caretaker prime minister by President Nicolae Timofti. The President signed an appointment decree on April 23.
Director of Serbia’s Government Office for Kosovo, Aleksandar Vulin, announced publicly his dissatisfaction with the agreement between the Serbian and Kosovar authorities on normalisation of the relations and announced he had handed in his resignation.
United States President Barack Obama met with Qatari emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani at the White House Tuesday amid a flurry of meetings with regional leaders on Syria’s increasingly bloody stalemate.
Russia will welcome all measures by the Georgian government directed at improving ties between the peoples of the two states, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said. “We will welcome all kinds of measures by the Georgian leadership, and we will
Georgia will fulfill at an accelerated pace all its commitments made before the Council of Europe, the Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili said at a joint press conference with PACE President Jean-Claude Mignon in Strasbourg on Monday.
Kosovo Serbs will meet and discuss with Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic, PM Ivica Dacic and First Deputy PM Aleksandar Vucic on Thursday. The top state officials discuss a
French National Assembly on Monday voted in favor of the government’s request to extend military operation in Mali to May. “France must help Mali to win the peace,” French
Pervez Musharraf, Pakistan’s Former President, will remain in custody for two weeks since Saturday after an anti-terrorism court decision over allegations he illegally ordered the detention of judges in 2007. The Pakistan’s High Court
The EU will decide in June whether to set a starting date for Macedonia’s accession negotiations. The agreement between Serbia and Kosovo was
Georgia is located in a complicated region, and it is very important to conduct a peaceful policy, Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili said during his speech at PACE.