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For years, development policy has attracted the attention of public opinion in Germany and been strongly supported by the public.
Sigmar Gabriel’s visit was in accordance with the principles of German policy towards countries such as China or Russia.
The compromise achieved under EU and US pressure has led to a reduction of tension in the country.
The governing Justice and Development Party (AKP) sees the anti-terrorist campaign as a way to reverse the negative trends in the region.
The region needs the new impulse for institutional transformation and a change of the development model.
The deal struck with Greece overnight on 12 and 13 July has proven that Germany has an ever stronger position in the eurozone.
There is no political will in region to investigate and settle war crimes, or to bring those who committed them to account.
The incident in Mukachevo has revealed the failings of the public safety system which are characteristic of the whole country.
The Belarusian opposition is currently experiencing its deepest crisis since Alyaksandr Lukashenka took power in 1994.
Recent events in the region indicate that the end of the Caucasus Emirate as an armed terrorist organisation and a political project is approaching.