On 27 Nov 2019, President Erdoğan declared that Turkey had concluded a treaty on military cooperation with the government of Fayez al-Sarraj in Libya.
On Europe's southeastern edge, gas and geopolitics are threatening to inflame long-standing rivalries. The eastern Mediterranean — a region abounding in hydrocarbon reserves, armed conflict, border disputes and regional powers hoping to punch above their weight — has seen tensions surge over the past year.
Late January, the first meeting of European press-club this year took place in Berlina, patronized by the Prussian German Society. I took part in it and was appointed as a co-mo [...]
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Greece makes a statement on the actions of Ioannis Logos, says Neo-Nazis represent only themselves.
The 'Middle East Peace Plan' announced by the US President Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu on 28 January 2020 is a dangerous initiative that has been designed more w [...]