About: Caucasus

Eastern Europe 19-07-2021

Charles Michel heralds more EU involvement in the South Caucasus

European Council President Charles Michel will attend a regional summit in the Georgian Black Sea city of Batumi on Monday (19 July), after a weekend visit of Armenia and Azerbaijan, in what appears as an attempt to keep the region closer to the EU. EURACTIV reports from Batumi.
Armenia 19-02-2013

Armenian president wins second term by wide margin

Armenian President Serzh Sarksyan won a second five-year term, the Central Electoral Commission said on Tuesday (19 February). 
Med & South 14-12-2010

Belarus nuclear power plant ‘worries’ Lithuania

Plans by Belarus to build a nuclear power plant 50 kilometres away from Vilnius are a worry for Lithuania, the country's foreign minister, Audronius Ažubalis, told EURACTIV in an exclusive interview.
Med & South 16-07-2010

EU displays commitment to Georgia

The EU opened talks on an association agreement with Georgia yesterday (15 July) in a move that will boost the former Soviet republic's hopes of forging closer ties with the West. The agreement, however, does not promise future EU accession.
Enlargement 16-12-2009

Poland stops refugees’ Strasbourg protest

A train carrying over 200 refugees from the Caucasus residing in Poland was blocked yesterday (15 December) at the German border, Polish media reported. The refugees were on their way to protest to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg about poor living conditions.
Global Europe 09-06-2008

Georgia considering tougher stance on Abkhazia

Powerful advisers around President Mikheil Saakashvili appear increasingly convinced that a military operation in Abkhazia is "feasible and necessary", according to a fresh report from the International Crisis Group (ICG).
Med & South 16-02-2006

EU to strengthen Caucasus ties

The EU aims to take its partnership with the Southern Caucasus states "up a gear" through the visit of External Relations Commissioner Ferrero-Waldner to the region.
Med & South 27-04-2005

Council: Action plans needed for south Caucasus

The EU's foreign ministers aim to conclude work on action plans to boost co-operation with Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia by the end of 2005.
Enlargement 25-09-2000

New CEPS report on Caucasus Stability Pact

CEPS releases follow-up report on Caucasus Stability Pact.
Enlargement 14-07-2000

CEPS to present Caucasus Stability Pact to presidents of Caucasus countries

The Centre for European Policy Studies is to make direct presentations of its proposed "Stability Pact for the Caucasus" to each of the three Presidents of the South Caucasus region.
Enlargement 06-07-2000

Fischer endorses idea of Caucasus Stability Pact

German Foreign Minister Fischer called for a stability pact for the Caucasus region, similar to the Stability Pact for the Balkans.

Stability pact for Caucasian region

CEPS has presented its plans for a Caucasian "stability pact"