What is the Interest of Kiev in Transnistria Regulation?

The subject of Transnistria regulation seems to return into the list of priorities of native Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Despite the scepsis of last months, related to indefiniteness around the candidate and the level of authorities of a future special representative to Ukraine on the issues of Transnistria regulation, and also the attempt of Russia and Germany to establish new grounds to discuss frozen conflicts (the role of Ukraine, choosing words carefully, is not clear), Kiev finally decided again to turn to the subject of Transnistria regulation. READ MORE

Kazakh, Russian Presidents met in Astana

Upon completion of the session of the EurAsEC Interstate Council in Akorda Palace Head of the State Nursultan Nazarbayev has had a meeting with President of Russia Dmitry Medvedev. READ MORE

Komorowski wins Polish presidential election

By Sonia Phalnikar and Bartosz Dudek

Bronislaw Komorowski, the candidate of Poland's ruling pro-business Civic Platform party, has become the country's next president. Komorowski beat Jaroslaw Kaczynski by a margin of seven percent of the vote. READ MORE

Clinton Pledges U.S. Support For Georgia

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton issued a robust show of support for Georgia today by vowing to uphold its "territorial integrity" and voicing opposition to its inclusion in a Russian "sphere of influence." READ MORE

Commonness of Historic Destinies of Armenia and Poland Creates a Favorable Background for Close Cooperation Between the Two States

By Ashot Safaryan

The interview of Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Poland to Armenia Zdzisław Raczyński. READ MORE

OSCE High-Level Tolerance and Non-Discrimination Conference calls for sharing best practices, renewed focus on rights

ASTANA - Sharing positive experiences and best practices in promoting tolerance and non-discrimination to effectively face threats to stability in the OSCE area is the focus of the High-Level Conference on Tolerance and Non-Discrimination that started in Astana today. READ MORE

US, Poland sign missile shield amendment in Clinton visit

The United States and Poland signed an amendment to a US missile shield deal during a visit by US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for a high-level meeting Saturday in Krakow focusing on promoting democracy, dpa reported. READ MORE

Modova’s PM looks to the future

Vlad Filat, who leads Moldova’s pro-Western government, recently visited Luxembourg where euronews asked him about planned early elections, about solutions for Transnistria and integration with Europe, which he says is “an absolute priority” for his government. READ MORE

Kyrgyzstan's interim leader sworn in as president

By Gabriel Borrud

Kyrgyzstan's provisional leader Roza Otunbayeva has been sworn in as president, ushering in what the Central Asian nation's government hopes will be a new era of stability and democratic freedoms. READ MORE