Stories under this heading cover Central Asia – a region of Asia, stretching from the Caspian Sea in the west to Mongolia in the east, from Afghanistan in the south to Russia in the north.
The European Union has commented on the results of the 20 November presidential election in Kazakhstan.
In a statement it said:
We welcome their efficient preparation as well as wider political and socio-economic reforms initiated by President Tokayev after the tragic January events. The development of resilient democratic institutions and a strong civil society is key for Kazakhstan’s stability and development.
LINKS Europe in collaboration with The City of The Hague and with the support of The Hague Humanity Hub, hosted the fourth in a series of clusters of events entitled ‘Conversations on the future of Europe in the world’ on Thursday, 20 January 2022. The event was hosted online from the LINKS Europe’s office in the The Hague. Around 35 participants joined online. The series ‘Conversations on the future of Europe in the world’ contributes to the debate in the framework of the EU’s ‘Conference on the Future of Europe’ process.