The election of Emmanuel Macron as French president has been welcomed in Germany.
Uzbekistan’s President Shavkat Mirziyoyev had decided that control of the Uzbek internal troops would be placed in the hands of the Uzbek Ministry of Internal Affairs.
Representatives of Russia, Iran and Turkey signed in Astana a memorandum to establish ‘de-escalation zones’ in four areas in Syria still controlled by the Sunni opposition.
Last week the electoral campaigns escalated into a serious clash between the three most important politicians in the country.
On 3 May, the Court rejected an appeal by Aleksei Navalny against his five-year suspended sentence in a case involving fraud in the Kirovles company.
The citizens of Turkey voted in a national referendum to amend the constitution. This will lead to a radical strengthening of the president’s power.
The improvement of economic indicators, along with the manner of presenting data, result in loss of their accuracy, what justifies reservations towards them.
Illegal amber mining in Ukraine has intensified since the Revolution of dignity.
Over the past fifteen years, the presence in Russia of several million labour migrants from Central Asia has been a key determinant of the region’s stability.
The present economic crisis in Russia is conditioned above all by political factors.