NATO membership could take a heavy toll on Skopje’s foreign policy independence, Moscow warned Thursday, a day after NATO members signed an accord with Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) allowing the Balkan country to become the 30th member of the US-led alliance.
Residents in the Rukban refugee camp in Jordan were exhilarated on Wednesday to see the arrival of a U.N. convoy bringing important humanitarian aid to the area.
France summoned its ambassador to Italy for deliberations on Thursday.
Satellite evidence near the Imam Khomeini Spaceport possibly denotes another failed attempt by Iranian authorities to put a satellite into earth’s orbit on Wednesday.
In an unexpected move, the Kremlin endorsed on Wednesday the reimbursement of €38 million to Cuba for modernising its military arsenal.
The closure of the proceedings of the E.U. Foreign Policy Ministerial Conference on Monday, revealed the depth of the schism that currently exists among member-states in important foreign policy questions.
The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) took one more important step towards NATO on Wednesday, seeking to achieve its entry to the alliance.
Washington officials attempted to persuade their European counterparts to exclude Huawei and other Chinese mobile telecommunications companies from access to 5G technologies.
France tested the firepower capabilities of a recently-developed nuclear missile.
Pope Francis offered on Tuesday to use his “good offices” mandate and broker a peaceful resolution to Venezuela’s political turmoil.