U.S. President Donald Trump reached the pre-agreed venue in Hanoi on Thursday to conclude the much-anticipated agreement with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
U.S. President Donald Trump announced during his State of the Union message on Tuesday a second summit meeting with the North Korean counterpart Kim Jong Un will take place in February.
French President Emmanuel Macron dismissed the presence of a Franco-German crisis on Friday, consenting to the German request to pursue the construction of Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline.
The Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov argued on Monday that both countries’ suspension of the INF Treaty provisions would not necessarily lead to a new Cold War confrontation.
Washington has attempted to spur a fresh round of direct talks with the Palestinian Authority and international stakeholders, implementing this time the Twitter social media platform.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg publicly reassured the international community on Friday that the Atlantic Alliance does not intend to deploy new land-based nuclear missiles in Europe in the short-run.
Iranian authorities packaged and dispatched a large shipment of uranium concentrate powder on Wednesday to the nuclear facility of Isfahan for additional processing.
The E.U.-conceptualised commercial trade framework towards Iran was introduced earlier on Thursday by the delegations of Britain, France and Germany
Time runs out for the fate of the INF Treaty as the 60-day grace period given by the U.S. to Russia expires on 2nd February