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Kurti defiant in the face of strong criticism from Kosovo's Western allies.
Pashinyan’s statement was his clearest public pronouncement on his policy in the peace negotiations.
President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev was in Germany for the first time to meet with Chancellor Olaf Scholz and deepen commercial and trade ties with Europe on May 3.
The North Sea is set to become Europe’s largest green power plant, as nine countries in Europe have pledged to increase the capacity of offshore wind farms by eight times their current level before 2050.
During his trip to the US, Morawiecki reasserted Europe’s need for US leadership, while also underscoring the strength of the Polish-American alliance.
European countries are struggling to fulfil their promises to send hundreds of tanks to Ukraine quickly. So far only two have arrived and the total number pledged is shrinking slowly.
Resolution of the conflict would remove much of the leverage that Moscow currently has over Serbia.
Delegates at the UN General Assembly overwhelmingly voted through a non-binding resolution calling for Russia to cease hostilities in Ukraine and withdraw its troops from the region on the eve of the first anniversary of the start of the war.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy arrived to a standing ovation in the European Parliament, addressing EU lawmakers in Brussels on the second day of his European tour on February 9.
Ukrainian president meets King Charles and addresses parliament in first stop on a European tour.
Ukraine now has its sights set on obtaining Western-made fighter jets but so far has not found any solid support.
Poland leading the effort to get the tanks delivered to Ukraine may give the ruling PiS extra clout in an election year.
The great tank taboo has finally been broken with the United States announcing it will send 31 Abrams main battle tanks to Ukraine just hours after Germany agreed to sending 14 Leopard 2 tanks, Washington and Berlin announced on January 25.
‘Cooperation in a fragmented world’ was the theme at the World Economic Forum in Davos, but Europe is still struggling to catch up with the cleantech policies of the US and China.
What just happened? Did the war in Ukraine just take a decisive turn? Did the West just change its tactics from helping Kyiv defend itself from the Russian aggressor to committing itself to offensive weapons and ensuring Russia’s defeat?
After coming under extreme pressure from its European allies, Berlin announced it would send a company of Leopard tanks to Ukraine, in what is a significant escalation of Western help.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov arrived in South Africa on a working visit as the Kremlin continues its charm offensive, TASS reported on January 23.
Countries that have the Leopards in their stock need Germany’s approval to send them to fight abroad, a commitment that Berlin has also been unwilling to make up to now.
Germany’s refusal to send its powerful Leopard main battle tanks to Ukraine will prolong the war in Ukraine and makes a Berlin Wall-type scenario to end the conflict more likely.