• Yoon Suk Yeol was sworn in as South Korea's first conservative president in five years on Tuesday and offered to help North Korea with an "audacious" economic plan if it denuclearizes, as concerns mount over Pyongyang's increasing missile activities, according to Kyodo News ...
  • Shanghai's metro authority announced on Tuesday that Metro Line 6 and Line 16, both of which are in Pudong district, were suspended starting at 1 pm, according to China Daily. The suspension means that none of the city's metro and subway lines are operating ...
  • The Turkish president and UN chief discussed the latest developments in the Russia-Ukraine war over the phone on Saturday, according to Anadolu Agency. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres briefed Recep Tayyip Erdogan ...
  • Italy's Prime Minister Mario Draghi has tested positive for COVID-19, the government said in a statement on Monday, according to Xinhua. Draghi, 74, who is fully vaccinated, "is asymptomatic," according to the statement. His schedule has been curtailed, including a planned trip to Angola and the Republic ...
  • The European Commission included 21 Russian airline companies, including Aeroflot, Rossiya, Pobeda and UTair in its aviation security blacklist, the EC said in its statement Monday, according to TASS. The companies in the blacklist are forbidden from flying to or through EU member states, although it has already been banned ...

PRESIDENT OF GEORGIAN DISMISSES RUMORS

15.07.2003 [21:38]
During his traditional meeting with mass media on Monday, President of Georgia Eduard Shevardnadze touching briefly upon socio-political situation in ...

CABINET OF AJARIA RESIGNED

15.07.2003 [15:39]
Senate of the Ajarian Autonomous Republic and Council of Republic unanimously decided to resign the government led by Premier ...

UN FINANCING INTERNATIONAL FORUM ON FRESH WATER

15.07.2003 [13:18]
The UN undertook responsibility to finance conduction of the International Forum on fresh water issues to be held in ...

AZERBAIJAN: REBIRTH OF WINEGROWING

12.07.2003 [13:14]
An article, entitled “Azerbaijan: rebirth of the ruined winegrowing”, dedicated to winegrowing in Azerbaijan was published in Paris in ...

JOINT COMMISSION TO INVESTIGATE AMERICAN-TURKISH SERVICEMEN’S INCIDENT

12.07.2003 [12:18]
Supreme Commander-In-Chief of the NATO United Armed Forces in Europe and US Armed Forces in Europe General James L. Jones ...

INT’L SYMPOSIUM IN YALTA DUE

09.07.2003 [20:04]
An International Symposium “Mechanism of Realization and Optimal Function of Free Trade Zone between CIS countries” is due in Yalta ...

ATMOSPHERIC POLLUTION IN GEORGIA HAS NEGATIVE EFFECT ON KUR RIVER

08.07.2003 [20:11]
Although, the Georgian capital occupies only 0.5% of the country’s territory, one fifth of population and one third of ...

EUROPEAN UNION BLAMES RUSSIA

07.07.2003 [22:30]
During its regular sitting in July, Europarliament accused Russia of military outrages on Chechnya and ongoing infringement of human rights. ...

OSCE PARLIAMENTARY ASSEMBLY SESSION LAUNCHED

07.07.2003 [13:31]
OSCE PA 12th session was opened in Rotterdam / Netherlands/, on July 5. Delegation headed by the Chairman of the ...

GLOVE-INTERPRETER INVENTED

05.07.2003 [21:41]
Student of the George Washington University, a Mexican, has invented a glove-interpreter. These gloves ‘interpret’ move of the hands of ...

PRESIDENT PUTIN INTENDS TO FIX 5 OCTOBER AS A DAY OF PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS IN THE REPUBLIC OF CHECHNYA

05.07.2003 [21:03]
President Vladimir Puitn at the meeting with the heads of Chechnya – acting president of the Republic Ahmad Kadirov, ...

TBILISI SUGGESTS IN FRAME OF CIS TO GIVE ASSESSMENT TO SITUATION IN ZONE OF GEORGIAN-ABKHAZ CONFLICT

05.07.2003 [21:03]
On 4 July, deputy foreign minister of Georgia Kakha Sikharulidze stated that Georgia proposes in the frame of the Commonwealth ...

US IMPOSED SANCTIONS AGAINST CHINESE AND NORTH KOREAN COMPANIES

05.07.2003 [19:23]
On 3 July, the US Department of State announced an imposition of sanctions against five Chinese and North Korean ...

FOREIGN MINISTER OF IRAN: ‘IF ECONOMIC SANCTIONS REMOVED, IRAN WILL SIGN TREATY ON NON-PROLIFERATION OF MASS DESTRUCTION WEAPONS’

05.07.2003 [19:23]
Official representative of the foreign ministry of Iran Hamid Rza Asefi said: ‘If the economic sanctions are removed, then ...

BELARUS PUTS CASHLESS RUSSIAN RUBLE INTO CIRCULATION

05.07.2003 [18:24]
Cashless Russian ruble is in circulation in the territory of Belarus since July 1, announced Chairman of the Belarusian National ...

TRANSITION GOVERNMENT FORMED IN CONGO

05.07.2003 [16:54]
President of Democratic Republic of Congo has reportedly formed a transition government, which has to conduct general democratic elections for ...

HALF OF AFGHAN REFUGEES IN UZBEKISTAN DO NOT HAVE OFFICIAL STATUS

01.07.2003 [13:50]
Overall, 3,5 thousands of the 7 thousand Afghan refugees displaced in Uzbekistan were registered in the UNHCR Office in Uzbekistan. ...