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The Turkish army's operation in Syria was predominantly political in nature; it reflects the characteristics of Ankara’s policy towards the conflict.
The suspension by Naftogaz of gas supplies to the Donbas has been treated by Moscow as a pretext to unfreeze the Russian-Ukrainian gas dispute.
In Kazakhstan, for months there has been a growing sense of impending socio-economic crisis. The authorities’ concerns are the result of objective difficulties.
The formal coming into force of a ceasefire, in accordance with the Minsk agreements, has not stopped the fighting in the east of Ukraine.
Russia has shown that it is able, regardless of sanctions, to build close co-operation with those EU member states which are interested in it.
The document will bring only a temporary halt to the ongoing conflict in the east of Ukraine.
The crisis in Russia’s financial market has exposed the real scale of the economic problems that have been growing for several years.
On 30 January Germany’s ambassador to Uzbekistan officially confirmed that a small German air base in Termez in Uzbekistan will continue to function.
The prime ministers of the Czech Republic and Slovakia together with the Chancellor of Austria announced the creation of a new format of cooperation in Central Europe.
Ukraine launched the long-awaited process of issuing biometric passports, and thus met one of the EU’s key requirements for the abolition of visas.