An important regular summit between Turkey and the European union will be held on Monday evening (26 March ) in the Bulgarian Black Sea port of Varna.
The Turkish official Anadolu news agency said that during the summit, "Turkey-EU relations, economy, trade, security, counter-terrorism, foreign policy, Palestine, the Balkans, Syria, Rakhine state, Iraq, Libya and regional issues will be discussed."
President Recip Tayip Erdogan will lead the turkish side, whilst the EU will be represented by the Troika - the President of the European Commission, jean Claud Juncker, the President of the European Council Donald Tusk and the Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov, representing the Bulgarian Presidency.
A new Ukrainian Orthodox Church, independent from Moscow, has been agreed at a special Unification Council in Kiev. The head of the new Church will be Metropolitan Epiphany of Pereyaslav and Belotserkovsk
Hopes for a breakthrough in discussions on the settlement of the Karabakh conflict have increased since president Aliyev and prime minister Pashinyan had an informal discussion on Karabakh on the margins of the summit of the CIS states in Dushambe in September 2018