C5+1 ministers focus on Central Asian cooperation, COVID-19

The problems of strengthening regional financial cooperation and preventing the unfold of COVID-19 had been mentioned by the members of

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Germany guarantees document contribution to WHO

Germany has pledged greater than €500 million in funding and tools for the World Well being Organisation (WHO) this yr, the

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Cyprus strikes forward with LNG terminal works eyeing EU market

Pure Gasoline Infrastructure Firm of Cyprus (ETYFA) has issued the Discover to Proceed to the Consortium that was awarded the

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European nations might bar US travellers over coronavirus failures

European Union nations in search of to revive their economies are able to to bar entry to US residents as

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Trump Administration’s controversial Kosovo gambit accelerates

Whereas not surprising, the Trump Administration has moved quicker than many observers anticipated to restart its ongoing diplomatic initiative to

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Europe’s prime diplomat expresses ‘critical issues’ over Trump’s ICC sanctions

EU’s prime diplomat Josep Borrell has voiced “critical issues” over the US President Donald Trump’s choice to authorise sanctions in

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Beijing eases international journey restrict after US menace to dam Chinese language airways

Following US President Donald Trump’s menace to dam Chinese language airways from flying to the US, China mentioned it should

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EU reiterates assist for EastMed pipe, urges Turkey to respect worldwide regulation

The European Union helps the EastMed fuel pipeline undertaking as one choice of tapping fuel provides from the East Mediterranean

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EU slams US choice to finish waivers for JCPOA nuclear initiatives in Iran

The European Union deeply regrets the choice of the US Administration to finish the three sanctions waivers masking vital Iran

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Germany’s Health Minister says Trump ‘has a point’ on WHO

The US president Donald Trump “does have a point” when criticising the World Health Organisation (WHO), as the body needs

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World donors pledge €7.4 billion in EU-led coronavirus vaccine fundraiser

World leaders, companies and international organisations have pledged €7.4 bn ($8.07 bn) for vaccine, diagnostics and treatment against Covid-19, during

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EU offers Cyprus wavering support over Turkish drilling

EU Foreign Affairs Ministers meeting via a teleconference on April 22 expressed concern over Turkey’s drilling activity in the Eastern

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Europe’s masked corona ball

Ever heard of Janez Lenarcic before? Me neither. Until a few months ago, the ambitious 52-year-old was the head of

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Coronavirus outbreak leads to dramatic air quality improvement

The remarkable reduction in human activity as a consequence of the coronavirus outbreak has shown dramatic improvements in air quality

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With Covid-19 travel restrictions, US takes a further step towards isolation

While having not completely terminated international travel, the US took a major step in that direction on March 19 with

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The Chinese Flu II

Before the Chinese Flu pandemic, Western society – with a base reference to the European Union – was geometrically in

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