Nagorno-Karabakh conflict requires early political settlement - EU
The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict requires an early political settlement in full compliance with the norms and principles of international law, read a document published on the official European Union website.
10:20 20 June
Uzbekistan starts direct negotiations with Taliban
Uzbekistan announced on Tuesday that the country has made direct contact with the Taliban in order to organize the group's negotiations with Afghanistan, APA reports quoting Anadolu Agency.
02:34 20 June
France, Germany vow to boost EU defense and security
The leaders of Germany and France have announced plans on Tuesday to strengthen the European Union’s (EU) capabilities in addressing international security challenges and the refugee crisis, APA reports quoting Anadolu Agency.
21:32 19 June
EU extends sanctions against Russia for a year over Crimea
The European Union has extended sanctions against Russia for a year over its annexation of Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula in 2014.
14:47 18 June
France's Macron looks for common ground with Italy on immigration debate
President Emmanuel Macron on Friday urged Italy’s new prime minister to work with France, Germany and Spain on resolving migration issues rather than siding with an anti-immigration “axis” emerging within the European Union, APA reports quoting Reuters.
04:49 16 June
Macedonia president says won't approve name deal with Greece
Macedonia’s president said on Wednesday he would not sign a landmark deal reached with Greece on changing his country’s name, dashing hopes of a swift end to a diplomatic dispute that has blocked Skopje’s bid to join the European Union and NATO, APA reports quoting Reuters.
21:41 13 June
Mogherini: EU to present proposals on security following Salisbury incident
During the EU leaders’ summit in June, EU will present its proposals on countering security threats following the incident in the UK city of Salisbury, when former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were allegedly poisoned by the A234 nerve agent, EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said Tuesday, APA reports quoting Sputniik.
07:31 13 June
Germany's Merkel calls for common EU refugee policy
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday called for a common European approach on the refugee crisis, Apa reports.
01:52 13 June
Trump demands end to 'unfair' trade after G7 summit
U.S. President Donald Trump told Group of Seven leaders that the United States wanted a quick end to trade practices that he says have led to an exodus of American companies and jobs to other countries, APA reports quoting Reuters.
20:16 09 June
U.S., EU take small step on trade, but no breakthrough at G7 summit
The United States and European Union will establish a dialogue on trade within the next two weeks, a French official said on Friday, signaling a modest step forward for bitterly divided allies at a Group of Seven summit in Canada, APA reports quoting Reuters.
07:06 09 June
EU foreign policy chief cancels visit to Israel
European Foreign Policy Chief Federica Mogherini has canceled an official visit to Israel, which was scheduled for Sunday, Israeli media reported Friday, APA reports quoting Anadolu Agency.
00:09 09 June
NATO, EU welcome Afghanistan’s ceasefire announcement
NATO and the European Union on Thursday welcomed a ceasefire announcement by the Afghan government with the Taliban, APA reports quoting Reuters.
03:31 08 June
Putin tells Europe on U.S. trade threat: 'I told you so'
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that he had warned European countries years ago about the risk of the United States imposing its rules on others, and that they were now paying the price for ignoring him, APA reports quoting Reuters.
23:54 07 June
EU must engage with Azerbaijan or Putin will
Azerbaijan’s strategic yet precarious geopolitical location and situation are such that the country deserves EU support, especially in light of growing tensions with Russia and Iran, MEP Jan Zahradil said in an article published by EURACTIV, a European media platform, APA reports.
17:37 06 June
Safar Mehdiyev: Exports from Azerbaijan to EU grew by 5%
‘According to results of 5 months of 2018, the turnover between Azerbaijan and the EU nears $5 billion’, Chairman of State Customs Committee Sefer Mehdiyev said at the Azerbaijan-EU business forum.
13:01 05 June
EU says ‘progress’ seen in talks on new agreement with Azerbaijan
Progress is observed in the negotiations on a new agreement between the European Union and Azerbaijan, said Lawrence Meredith, of the European Commission's Directorate-General for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations (DG NEAR), APA reports.
12:35 05 June
Oil falls 2 percent, U.S. crude hits lowest since early April
Oil prices fell about 2 percent on Monday, with U.S. crude touching its lowest level in nearly two months, breaking below technical support levels as investors kept selling amid growing U.S. production, possible global supply growth and nagging trade tensions, APA reports quoting Reuters.
03:05 05 June
Russia not trying to split EU, Putin says before rare visit to Western Europe
Russian President Vladimir Putin, in an interview broadcast on Monday, said he did not want to divide the European Union as he prepared to visit Austria in his first bilateral trip to a West European country in almost a year, APA reports quoting Reuters.
02:39 05 June
EU must defend 'core' of Iran nuclear deal: Commission chief
The European Union Commission chief, Jean-Claude Juncker, has warned about the adverse consequences of the United States' move to pull out from a key nuclear agreement Iran signed with the P5+1 group of countries in 2015, saying the EU must adopt measures to protect the deal's core provisions, APA reports quoting Press TV.
01:28 03 June
Italy's Conte sworn in as PM of anti-establishment government
Giuseppe Conte was sworn in on Friday as Italy’s prime minister, heading western Europe’s first anti-establishment government bent on overhauling European Union rules on budgets and immigration, APA reports quoting Reuters.
01:45 02 June