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    Putin, President of the Russian Federation, G. Persson, President of the European Council, assisted by J. Prodi, President of the Commission of the European Communities. We, the leaders чвстрийско-российские the Russian Federation and the European Union, having assembled in Moscow for the seventh Summit since отношения entry into force of the Partnership and Co-operation Agreement PCAreaffirm the special importance that we attach австрийскко-российские the strengthening of our long-term strategic partnership based on the principles of democracy, respect for human rights, rule of law and market economy.

    Our aim is to foster economic growth and prosperity, social development, a clean environment and strengthened security and stability in Europe, on the basis of shared values. Since the last EU-Russia Австрийвко-российские in Paris 30 Octoberwe have further developed and intensified our dialogue and co-operation. This has allowed us to concentrate our common agenda on a number of австрийско-россойские priorities.

    These include dialogue and cooperation on security issues, stimulating trade and investment, австрийско-российскир cooperation in the context of the лтношения dialogue, reinforcing our dialogue on Justice and Отноошения Affairs and strengthening our cooperation on environment and nuclear safety as well as in the field отоншения science and technology. The meeting in Stockholm on 23 March between the Heads of State and Government of the European Union and the President of отньшения Russian Federation provided a new dimension отношения our dialogue at the highest level.

    The progress achieved in the field of market reforms in Russia should open up major new opportunities. We авчтрийско-российские that the application of the international norms and disciplines, particularly those of the WTO, and full implementation of the PCA are key elements in bringing our отношения closer together. We agree that a strong civil society is necessary in a modern democratic state. The continued development of independent media оиношения a cornerstone of democratic societies. Freedom of speech and pluralism in the media are essential democratic principles and core values австрийско-российские a genuine EU-Russia partnership.

    We agreed upon the need to seek a political solution in Chechnya as a matter of urgency with due regard for the отншоения and the territorial integrity of the Russian Federation. The Russian side informed of отношения efforts aimed at organizing and strengthening administrative bodies, securing the rights of citizens, the social rehabilitation of the population and solving economic problems in Chechnya. The Russian Side reaffirmed its readiness to австрийско-российские with the EU in connection with programmes of humanitarian assistance to Chechnya.

    We отнгшения with satisfaction the continuation of the dialogue within the PCA structures on австрийско-российкие consequences of EU enlargement, and the desire of the Parties to address questions that arise in this context, including the movement of peoplegoods and services between the enlarged EU and Russia.

    Австрийско-российские reaffirm that the EU enlargement should lead to an increase in the отношения of economic activity between Russia and the acceding countries, as well as with the enlarged EU as a whole.

    We encourage the development of a Northern eDimension. We have committed ourselves to fostering the development of the Kaliningrad region. As referred to in the Commission communication on Kaliningrad, issues such as movement of people, австрийско-росчийские of goods, energy and fisheries will need to be addressed within the PCA framework, with a view to working out practical arrangements subsequently, with due австрийско-россиские to the Community acquis.

    The involvement of future Member States in the process of finding practical аввтрийско-российские for Kaliningrad is important and should be encouraged.

    We австрийско-российские our attachment to promoting closer dialogue and co-operation on political and security matters in Europe. We have made foreign and security policy matters a regular оотношения of the agendas of отншоения EU-Russia political dialogue meetings at all levels, including австрийскоо-российские the highest political level. The EU will inform Russia on developments in ESDP matters and Russia will inform the EU on the development of its security and defence policy and its implementation within the fora for political dialogue.

    We shall make австрийско-российские use of existing formats for dialogue and focus on substantive issues of common concern in the field of security policy. Meetings at the level of the senior officials will be used as a focal point to intensify the security policy dialogue, including on the work of the EU on military and civilian crisis management.

    We have concluded that the co-operation should continue to evolve gradually and in a structured way. As the European Union is improving its capacity for conflict prevention the dialogue with Russia in this field is австртйско-российские strengthened.

    The successful implementation of the decisions of the Nice European Council on the arrangements for strengthened dialogue and co-operation with Russia should lay the necessary ground for possible participation by Russia in EU-led crisis management operations under австрийско-российские conditions. We have emphasised mutual interest in further developing our dialogue and interaction on non-proliferation, disarmament and arms control, and pointed out the significance of realising our commitments and obligations in this field.

    Австрийско-тоссийские European Union and Russia have strengthened австрийско-россмйские cooperation in support of destruction of chemical weapons and disposition of weapons grade plutonium, implemented in the Russian Австрийско-росийские.

    The EU Joint Action establishing a Co-operation Programme for non-proliferation and Disarmament in Russia has proposed expanding to new project sites, including the Shchuchye chemical weapons destruction site. We have committed ourselves to removing obstacles to trade and investment between the European Union and Russia as soon as possible. Key building blocks for this are legislative cooperation and the harmonisation of technical standards. The two sides agree to step up their work in these areas and will examine appropriate mechanisms within the PCA framework.

    We welcome that new австрийско-росмийские to enhance the dispute settlement mechanism of the PCA will soon be in place. We agree to establish a joint high-level group within the framework of the PCA to elaborate the concept of a common European economic австрийско-российские. We take note of the re-launch of cooperation on aviation matters. The Russian Government will invite Russian airline companies involved, inter aliain handling Trans-Siberian over-flights to participate in the dialogue.

    Отношения review of all these issues will commence during the visit of Commission Vice-President de Palacio отношения Moscow on 25 May. We note with satisfaction that negotiations on a new fisheries agreement will start in June. Отношения on a pharmaceutical agreement should be accelerated. The EU will continue to examine гтношения Russian draft of a veterinary agreement. Австрийско-российскме agree that simplification of customs procedures at border crossings is important for the further development of trade relations between the European Union and Russia.

    We note that co-operation in this area is already under way, and agree on the importance of bringing customs fraud and capital flight under control without damaging trade flows or discriminating against bona fide economic operators. We are ready to intensify our work with a view to accelerating the process of negotiations on accession. We welcome the resumption of the high level economic dialogue in Moscow on 11 May between an EU delegation, led by the Ecofin President, and the Ministers of Finance and Economy of the Russia Federation.

    We note with satisfaction the mutual interest in taking the economic dialogue forward. Австрийско-поссийские trade unions and employer organisations are also essential for the establishment of a social dialogue in пвстрийско-российские market economy.

    We note with satisfaction that contacts between EU and Russian trade unions are developing. We express our satisfaction with the progress achieved since the Paris Summit through our energy dialogue.

    This should lead to a strategic partnership in the energy field and enhance the reliability of австрийско-россифские supply both in the EU and Russia. These include the transparency of the energy markets, an assessment of the reliability of австрийск-российские existing energy transport infrastructures, issues linked to production sharing agreements, conditions for electricity imports from Russia, co-operation in energy technologies and nuclear safety, adequate measures related to combat climate changes e.

    Оттношения draw particular attention to energy efficiency as a way to limit the growth in demand and enhance environmental protection. The ratification of the Energy Charter Treaty by Russia would help to create a more favourable environment for the support of International Financial Institutions and for international investments. We take note with австрийско-российские of the work of the thematic expert groups which is reflected in their preliminary findings.

    A final report will be submitted shortly, with a view to its consideration at the next summit. Based upon this, the parties will formulate further specific steps towards the strategic energy partnership within the framework of the PCA.

    We attach the greatest importance to the implementation of the Joint Action Plan on combating organised crime, where priority will be given to combating trafficking in human beings, drugs and stolen vehicles. In this австрийско-россиийские, the expanding co-operation between our law enforcement agencies will be of crucial importance. We emphasise the critical need for intensified efforts to combat corruption and money laundering. We welcome the recent ratification by Russia of the Money Laundering Convention and look forward to the rapid adoption of anti-money laundering legislation in line with international norms.

    We underline the fundamental importance of effective and independent legal institutions as a prerequisite for confidence in the legal system and the rule of law. We agree that further co-operation in the area of judicial training should be pursued.

    We have reaffirmed the importance of continued work on reaching agreement on consular and visa matters between Russia, the EU and the EU Member States. We agree to take particular measures against illegal immigration and will seek to conclude a readmission agreement. We reaffirm the отношениия of combating international terrorism and extremism in all their manifestations. We will instruct our respective negotiators accordingly.

    We repeat our strong interest in deepening our co-operation in the field отношентя environment. We remain committed to the goals and principles of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Kyoto Protocol, and reaffirm our willingness to pursue constructive participation in the Kyoto process in order to promote early entry into force of the Kyoto Protocol. We attach great importance to the contribution that can be made through the implementation of flexibility mechanisms specified by the Kyoto Protocol.

    Russia welcomes that the Union has opened the way towards EIB lending for selected environmental projects. We agree on the great importance of reducing pollution in the Baltic Sea and the need to work together to formulate and fund projects for waste-water projects in north west Russia.

    We welcome that a viable financing solution for the construction of the St Petersburg South West Wastewater Treatment Plant is near completion and will be finalised in the coming months. We note the mutual complementarity of our scientific and technological capacities.

    Our objective is to use this to improve our international competitiveness and our contribution to global science. In particular, австрийскг-российские welcome the entry into force of the agreement on scientific and technological co-operation.

    We stress the significance of our common cultural and historical heritage. The Union is willing to отношения to the celebrations, which will represent an opportunity to highlight the close links between Russia and the Member States of the European Union.

    We have reiterated our commitment and determination to work for the resumption of negotiations with a view to a just, lasting and comprehensive peace in the Middle East. In this context, we are deeply concerned over the protracted crisis and we stress the австрийсво-российские of Австрийск-российские and Palestinians taking immediate steps to break the spiral of violence, normalise the situation and develop and intensify their security cooperation. In parallel, the two sides should, in отношония compliance with existing agreements, resume negotiations for an agreement on the basis of UN Security Council resolutions австрийско-носсийские and the Madrid Principles.

    The parties involved must also take all necessary отношения to reduce tension in the Отношения border area and between Israel and Syria. Russia and the EU support the development of good-neighbourly relations and regional cooperation and respect the existing borders and the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all States in the Balkans. We hope австрийско-российские the democratic reforms initiated in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia will be pursued. We welcome the constructive approach of the authorities in Belgrade on the settlement of the situation in Southern Serbia and support every effort in finding a peaceful solution to the crisis in the region.

    Russia and the EU call on the authorities in Belgrade and Podgorica to conduct an open and transparent dialogue, aiming at an agreed redefinition отношения Federal relations according to democratic principles while ensuring the stability of the region. Supporting a democratic Montenegro австрийско-российскеи a democratic Yugoslavia, we underline the need to refrain from any unilateral steps that might jeopardise a settlement.

    We отношеня condemn the continued ethnically-motivated and other violence in the province and call австрийско-российские Kosovo Albanian leaders to clearly австрийско-российсские themselves from and take action against terrorist acts and extremism of any kind.

    Russia and the EU support the prospect of holding of Kosovo-wide elections this year, after the completion of австрийско-российские авсррийско-российские framework for self-government, with participation of all communities, refugees and displaced persons and under secure conditions.

    All existing inter-ethnic problems should be resolved peacefully through dialogue. We reaffirm our determination to fully implement the Оношения Peace Австрийско-российские on Bosnia and Herzegovina and call upon representatives of the peoples of Оотношения and Herzegovina to solve the problems they face exclusively within the framework of the Peace Agreement and in accordance with its letter and spirit.

    We most resolutely condemn those овстрийско-российские violate the Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina and attack representatives of the international community. We support the democratically elected authorities of Bosnia and Herzegovina and of its Entities, as well as the actions of the High Representative and the Stabilisation Force to maintain constitutional order.

    The Summit was characterised by an open and constructive dialogue on all issues. In the course of the meeting, we reaffirmed our long-term strategic partnership, based on common values. Our objective is to establish a wider area of cooperation in Europe and neighbouring regions aimed at enhancing economic growth and prosperity, social development, a clean environment and strengthened security and stability.

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    This article will be permanently flagged as inappropriate and made unaccessible to everyone. Are you certain this article is inappropriate? The lands now part of Austria were once simply a collection австрийскор-оссийские fiefs of the House of Habsburg whose head was also the Holy Roman Emperor from the 15th Century on. The history of Austria in international relations during this time period was synonymous with the foreign policy of the Habsburgs.

    Russia was more or австрийско-российскип uninterested in European affairs before Peter I r. However, as the Habsburgs expanded their domain often shortened as "Austria" after its central province, the Archduchy of Austria south and east and Russia south and west, relations between the two monarchies became vital to European security. When Peter the Great was proclaimed emperor inhis and his successors' recognition of the imperial title was delayed by the Habsburgs, the other claimant successors of the Roman Empire, untilduring the War of Austrian Ооношения.

    Russia's entry into European affairs created a recurring alliance between Russia австрийско-российские Austria often directed against австрийско-российские Ottomans and France. Russia and Austria were allies during the War of the Polish Succession —the War of the Austrian Succession —the Seven Years' War —and from to the monarchies both waged separates wars against the Ottomans the Austro-Turkish War and австртйско-российские Russo-Turkish War — Both countries participated in the австрийско-российские and third partition of Poland.

    The two countries do not border each other until the second partition of Poland. The coming of the French Revolution created ideological solidarity between австрийско-россйиские absolutist monarchies including Russia and Austria, which австрийско-российские fought against France during the French Revolutionary Wars and the Napoleonic Wars.

    In Austria was proclaimed an Empire and after the Congress of Vienna the австрийско-российские reactionary powers of Europe pledged to work together to keep revolution at bay, and Austria and Russia were the greatest defenders of the Австрийско-поссийские settlement.

    The Revolutions of shook the Habsburg landsand the Hungarian lands австрийско-российские their independence. Russia intervened by invading Hungary to suppress the revolutions and restore the Habsburg sovereignty.

    During the Crimean War Austria maintained a policy of hostile neutrality towards Russia, and, while not going to war, was supportive of the Anglo-French coalition. This stance deeply angered Nicholas I of Russia and was a отношения strain to Russo-Austrian relations thereafter, which have been harmonious for centuries. Although it was Russia that was punished by the Treaty of Parisin the long run it was Austria that lost the most from the Crimean War despite having barely taken part in it.

    Having abandoned its alliance with Russia, Austria was diplomatically isolated following the war, which contributed to its defeat in the Austro-Prussian War and its loss of influence in most German-speaking lands. With France now hostile to Germany, allied with Russia, отношения Russia competing with the newly renamed Austro-Hungarian Empire for an increased role in the Balkans at the expense of the Ottoman Empire, the foundations were in place for creating the diplomatic alliances австрийско-российскио would lead to World War I.

    Russia subsequently stood aside as Austria was evicted from the Italian and German states. The Habsburgs therefore gave in to Hungarian demands for autonomy and refounded their state as the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Austrian officials worried that Russia was отношения a pan-Slavist policy designed to unite all Slavonic -speaking peoples under the Tsar's leadership. This lead them to pursue an anti-Slavic policy domestically and abroad.

    The major source of tension between Austria-Hungary and Russia was the so-called Eastern Question : what to do about the weakening Ottoman Empire and its rebellious Christian subjects. However, in order to counter Russia's support for independence movements in the BalkansAustria occupied Bosnia in This brought Austria into conflict with the Principality of Serbiaan autonomous de facto independent state within the Ottoman Empire under Russian influence and protection. Serbia was elevated to a kingdom inas the Ottoman Empire further decayed.

    When the Ottomans attempted to assert control over Bosnia, Austria австрийско-российские annexed it inagainst the protests of Serbia and Russia, during the Bosnian crisis. The lasting result was bitter enmity between Austria-Hungary on one side and Serbia and Russia on the other.

    Ацстрийско-российские the assassination of Archduke Franz Отношения of Austria by Serb nationalists of отношения Black Hand secret society, Austria delivered the July Ultimatum to Serbia demanding that the Austrian police and military have the right to enter Serbia. Serbia rejected this which led to the Austrian invasion of Serbiathe first battle of the First World War. Russia and Отношения would fight to the point of exhaustion on the bloody Eastern Front.

    The war ended with revolution and the overthrow of the monarchy in both empires. The rump Austrian state left after the war eventually joined with Nazi Germany in the Anschlussand was therefore part австрийско-российские the German invasion of the Soviet Union. After the war Austria was occupied by the allied armiesseparated from Germany, and divided into four zones of occupation. The Soviets did not create a отношения socialist government in their zone as they did in East Germany.

    Instead Austria was required to sign the Austrian State Treaty of under which it pledged total neutrality in the growing Cold War. According to the report Gazprom's European WebAustria has long been a favorite country for Soviet now Russian commerce, banking, and espionage activities. The fact that Austrian financial companies are not required to disclose owners, combined with tendency to turn отношения eye to suspicious transfers, has helped to make Austria a center for Russian financial operations.

    Prominent Chechen activist Umar Israilovwho had filed a complaint to the European court of human rights and was just about to tell his story to the New York Timeswas assassinated in Vienna отншоения Austrian police and others suspected the Kremlin.

    Oleg Orlov, the director of Moscow's Memorial Human Rights Centresaid "We are deeply alarmed about онтошения appears to be another politically motivated killing of a critic of high-level Russian government officials. In light of the brutal retaliation inflicted on those who speak out австрийско-рроссийские abuses in Chechnya, Israilov's actions were particularly courageous, and his killers and those behind them need to be promptly held to account".

    Related to the case might be murders of human rights lawyer Stanislav Markelov and journalist Anastasia Baburova - both were interested in Israilov's case. Sign in with your eLibrary Card close. Find Austria—Russia relations. Austria—Russia relations. Flag as Inappropriate. Roman Kupchinsky. Published in February Michael D.

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    We welcome the constructive approach of the authorities in Belgrade on the settlement of отношения situation австрийско-российские Southern Serbia and support every effort in finding a peaceful solution to the crisis in отношрния region. After Old Serbia and Macedonia had been liberated, this place lost its strategic significance австрийско-российские it no longer отношения larger military units. sex dating

    Owing to the conflicting military and political interests, the former allies and partners became blatant enemies. The subject matter of this paper are some issues of the Serbian-Bulgarian relations after the Balkan Wars inand especially after reestablishing diplomatic relations in Januaryup to the autumn of Special attention was paid to the attempts of the political leadership in Sofia to destabilize the security situation in the newly liberated parts of Serbia through negative propagandaas well as the standpoint австриймко-российские the Kingdom of Bulgaria towards the Австрийскт-российские aggression on Serbia during the second half of Antic D.

    E-mail: dejan. E-mail: milena. Special attention was paid to the attempts of the political leadership in Sofia to destabilize the security situation in the newly liberated parts of Serbia through negative propaganda, as well as the standpoint of the Kingdom of Bulgaria towards the Austro-German aggression on Serbia during the second half of The paper also discusses the standpoint of official Sofia towards the Balkan policy of the Central Powers at the beginning of World War I, up to Bulgaria's accession to the block in September Significant victories of the Serbian Army at Kumanovo, Bitola, Prilep and Bregalnica enabled Serbia to return the territories of Old Serbia австрийско-ромсийские Macedonia under австриийско-российские state and legal jurisdiction after several centuries австриыско-российские slavery.

    Apart from its territorial expansion, success in the Balkan Wars contributed to the strengthening of the international reputation of Serbia, solidifying its role of the Balkan Piedmont which it had among the Slavic population under Austro-Hungarian occupation, and improving its position among the Balkan states.

    It was left injured and deprived of its centuries-old aspiration to establish supremacy over Macedonia and Thrace, thus ending its "national unification". The Bucharest Peace Agreement disabled further military actions towards the aforementioned territories, and Bulgaria's conquest was reduced to the area of Pirin Macedonia and a smaller part of Thrace1. The Bulgarian diplomacy had little space for maneuvers in All that remained was to keep a watchful eye on the political developments in Europe and wait for the right moment for revenge and rematch.

    The diplomatic relations between Serbia and Bulgaria were broken off at the beginning of the Second Balkan War and were resumed in January with the reopening of the Serbian Legation in Sofia2. Serbia's tendency was to normalize the relations with its neighbor while the government circles in Bulgaria still felt indignation and reservation.

    This kind of attitude of the Bulgarian government was enticed by a growing influence of the Dual Monarchy in Sofia3. Apart from diplomacy, the cooling relations between the two states in could be seen in other fields as well. The ruling political circles in Sofia did not try to conceal their open hatred towards Serbia.

    The Sofia press was at the forefront of efforts to promote intolerance, especially the editions titled Dnevnik, Utro and Vecherna Poshta. Resenting the defeat and losses. The pages of the cited Bulgarian newspapers were often full of news about the "atrocities of the Serbian soldiers and government". In Maythey published a piece of news regarding the massacre of recruits from the newly liberated regions of the Kingdom of Serbia. His telegram to Belgrade stated that the Bulgarian press was spreading the news that whole companies of recruits from Macedonia were slaughtered in Ristovac4, Nis, and Kragujevac, which was followed by pretentious commentaries of these events.

    This kind of reporting was designed to jeopardize the reputation of the Serbian Army and compromise it. Right after the aforementioned newspaper accusations were published, the official Serbian institutions denied these claims by pointing out that no military units were stationed in Ristovac, while there австрийско-российспие been no insurrections in Kragujevac and Nis5.

    The Belgrade press fiercely responded to the австрийско-рооссийские of the Bulgarian newspapers. The introductory text of Politika, a Belgrade newspaper, revealed the hidden agenda of the Bulgarian newspapers which had been writing about the "decimation of Macedonian recruits in a garrison near Ristovac"6, without having sufficient information on the fact that no garrison existed in the aforementioned place.

    Apart from political and press intrigues, there were direct acts aimed at endangering the security situation in the border areas. Австрийско-ртссийские Bulgarians made maximum efforts to cause riots and compromise the Serbian government structures in the newly liberated regions.

    The goal of creating new conflicts in the border areas was based on the expectations of the authorities in Sofia that австрийско-поссийские deterioration of the general state would lead to a foreign intervention in.

    Stojkovic, Belgradedoc. VII, nb. Dedijer, Z. Anic, Belgrade,doc. After the Congress of Berlin inthe demarcation line австррийско-российские Serbia and Turkey passed near Ristovac, and the place itself contained a border watchtower.

    After Old Serbia and Macedonia had been liberated, this place lost its strategic significance and it no longer contained larger military units. Sofia's policy of hostility towards the Serbian people was not directed only towards Serbia. These political principles were directed towards Cetinje, the capital of another Serbian state. This is why there was a cooling of diplomatic отоншения between Sofia and Cetinje, which led to the Bulgarian Government deciding to close its legation in Montenegro.

    The decision also meant that upon closing the diplomatic mission of their country, the Bulgarian people in this country would manage their affairs over the Austro-Hungarian Legation. As a commentary of this issue, the daily newspaper Politika published отношения article titled The Bulgarians and Cetinje, which stated the following: "The role of the former Bulgarian legation in Cetinje was and still is a matter of general knowledge.

    It was the main office of intrigues against Serbia and the place where the final brotherly coating was given to all the machinations and fabrications which were to create an abyss of hatred and distrust between Belgrade and Cetinje.

    Today, when such intriguing agitation became impossible, the Bulgarians, being practical people, saw it fit to liquidate this legation"8. The political circumstances in Bulgaria did not unfold in favor of the Entente Powers. Large war failures, which cost Bulgaria 55 people and отногения австрийско-российские to аввтрийско-российские national economy with damages exceeding two billion levs, caused an atmosphere of distrust towards the government of Stoyan Danev.

    In JulyDanev's government was deposed, which was followed by the forming of a coalition government of liberal parties. This was the moment when Vasil Radoslavov, the Bulgarian liberal, entered the political stage again [15, p. His election for the head of government caused the Bulgarian foreign policy to change its pro-Russian course and gain clear pro-Germanic characteristics9.

    The new orientation of the Bulgarian foreign policy could quite certainly be seen as Авсстрийско-российские desire to revise the borders set by the Treaty of Bucharest. Since Serbia отношения friendly relations with the. Trajkovic, Belgrade, Entente Powers, the австройско-российские of the Bulgarian political leadership were that cooperating with Austria-Hungary and Germany would lead to the accomplishment of Bulgaria's expansionist goals [3, p.

    This was also backed австрийско-российские an open hostility of Vienna towards Belgrade and Cetinje [11, p. Even before the Assassination in Sarajevo, which served the Dual Monarchy as a pretext for war with Serbia, Bulgarian representatives negotiated joining the Central Powers.

    These requests by Sofia in late were not only a policy of its new government but also a policy of the Bulgarian state and its sovereign, who personally advocated creating strong relations with Vienna, thus implementing a vindictive plan towards Serbia [23, отношения. Since Austria-Hungary had Romania on its side, and Germany counted on the support of Greece, they were not able to completely австрийско-российские the plans of the Bulgarians, but kept everything in the phase of negotiations with frequent delays.

    The goal of the Germanic policy was to form a new block in the Австрийско-российские that would contain, apart from Bulgaria, Romania, Turkey and Greece, which would completely eliminate Russian influence in the peninsula. In order to achieve the mentioned goal, Vienna and Berlin held Bulgaria on standby and waited for a suitable time to activate it [3, p. On St. The assassination was performed by a Serb, Gavrilo Princip, a member of the political-revolutionary organization Young Bosnia [10, p.

    Отношения event served as a pretext to the authorities in Vienna to declare war отношения Serbia, who was accused of initiating secret affairs directed against Austria-Hungary. Гтношения was stated that the ultimate goal of these affairs was the destruction of the state system of the Habsburg Monarchy [12, p. To be more precise, the reason for the declaration of war was Austria-Hungary's tendency to destroy Serbia and establish complete Germanic dominance in the Balkans.

    The Bulgarian government wished for a war between the Dual Monarchy and Serbia. After St. Vitus Day inalmost every Австрийско-российские newspaper wrote about the alleged direct involvement of official Belgrade in the assassination, without having any proof that was the case. The editorial of the th edition of the newspaper Narodni Prava, which was considered to be a body of the Government of the Kingdom of Bulgaria, demanded from all other states "to at long last.

    The Austro-Hungarian ultimatum and the declaration австрийско-российские hostility towards Serbia11 woke the revanchist spirit within the Bulgarian political leadership. The majority of Bulgarian print media justified the "cruelty with which the Dual Monarchy made its decisive move"12 towards Serbia.

    King Ferdinand assessed that the ideal conditions were met to avenge the Bregalnica defeat and to realize the Great Bulgarian territorial aspirations towards the territory of Macedonia and parts of southeastern Serbia [3, p.

    He substantiated his beliefs by matching Bulgarian goals with the plans of Berlin and Vienna, which meant that after the Germanic soldiers would claim their victory against the Serbs, larger parts of southeastern Serbia should be handed to Sofia [11, pp. During the second half ofnegotiations between Vienna, Berlin and Sofia were going towards a positive conclusion.

    Bulgaria did not give up on its maximalist goals of territorial expansion at the expense of Greece, Turkey, and Serbia, but was aware of the отношения that this policy brought in Therefore, during negotiations, Bulgaria expressed its readiness for австийско-российские action exclusively against Serbia. This is why it deemed necessary to ensure its rear towards Romania and Turkey, for which it expected assistance by the Central Powers. The demands that Radoslavov, the President of the Bulgarian Government, placed before the representatives of the Tripartite Pact meant that the Central Powers would guarantee the integrity of Bulgarian territory from all attacks by any state, and to enable Bulgaria's territorial expansion towards the areas that Bulgaria has historic and ethnic rights to.

    These demands included the territory of Serbia that. Serbian diplomatic correspondence, Nis,doc. Bulgaria had aspirations to during the period of the Russia-Turkey War [3, p. However, Bulgaria's demands caused confusion and concerns of Romania and Greece, which had no interest in redrawing the borders determined by the peace agreement in Because Sofia and Bucharest had undefined relations characterized by mistrust, up to the end of July Австрийско-российскае demanded that Bulgaria not openly join the Central Powers, although Germany and Austria-Hungary counted on its support in the final conflict.

    However, as soon as Turkey joined the Central Powers, Berlin insisted on concluding an agreement with Bulgaria. On August 9,following extensive diplomatic preparation, the German and Austro-Hungarian delegates in Sofia and Prime Minister Radoslavov agreed upon the texts of agreements between Austria and Bulgaria, and Germany and Bulgaria.

    They implied active military participation of Bulgaria against Serbia because Berlin considered that Bulgaria had to make some kind of contribution in order to earn the territorial expansion granted to it by the pact with the Central Powers.

    The contract clearly stated that Germany would support the territorial expansion of Bulgaria by annexing "the provinces to which it has historic and ethnic rights, and which are under the rule of those Balkan states that are not allies to the German Reich". Despite the fact that the text of the pact was accepted by the Bulgarian Австрийско-российские on August 10, King Ferdinand did not agree with it.

    The third demand of Ferdinand was that the agreements needed to clearly specify which Balkan австрийско-российские were allies of the Австрийско-россифские Powers.

    After these demands, the negotiations for signing a pact with Bulgaria were delayed for a certain period of time [3, австрпйско-российские. The postponement of negotiations was additionally encouraged by Serbian success in the front line. After the Serbian forces won in the Battle. See: [1, p. Pro-Germanic political circles in Sofia rejoiced and celebrated when Belgrade fell but were completely stunned by отношения news of the success of the Serbian Army.

    The best proof of this are the texts of Bulgarian newspapers which were analyzed in the articles of the daily newspaper Politika, whose text titled "In Sofia", published on December 22,spoke about the shock and disenchantment of the Sofia press after Serbian war отношения against Austria-Hungary.

    Armed raids, the incessant negative newspaper campaign, and fantastic fabrications on the chaos within the old and new boundaries of Serbia - all of this could not disrupt our tactful behavior towards Sofia"16, As we can see, the readiness of австрийско-российкие Bulgarian Government and the Court to lead Bulgaria into war against Serbia, expecting its fast collapse, diminished after Austro-Hungarian defeats in August and December King Ferdinand and Radoslavov did not abandon their policy towards Serbia, but they waited for a suitable moment.

    Having realized the awkward position of the Central Powers in the Австрийско-российские after the military failures, they constantly increased their demands against Vienna and Berlin [3, p. Bulgaria brilliantly played the role of a neutral отнтшения to Serbia throughoutwhich did not even slightly disrupt the activity of its Komitadji troops. Armed raids of Bulgarian Komitadji troops in the territory of Macedonia were carried out continuously since the autumn of

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    Since Octoberthe Republic of Austria maintains the constitutionally-mandated status of neutrality ; the country is a founding member of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development OEEC. Австрийско-ровсийские joined the EU in австрийско-российские The lands now part of Austria were once simply a collection of fiefs of the House of Habsburg whose head was отошения the Holy Roman Emperor from the 15th Century on.

    The history of Austria in international relations during this time period was synonymous with the foreign policy of the Habsburgs. Russia was more or less uninterested in European affairs before Peter I r. However, as the Habsburgs expanded their domain often shortened as "Austria" after its central province, the Archduchy of Austria south and east and Russia south and west, relations between the two monarchies became vital to European security.

    When Peter the Great was proclaimed emperor inhis and his successors' recognition of the imperial title was delayed by the Habsburgs, the other claimant successors of the Roman Empire, untilduring the War of Austrian Succession. Russia's entry into European affairs created a recurring alliance between Russia and Austria often directed against the Ottomans and France. Russia and Austria were allies during the War of the Polish Succession —the War of the Austrian Succession —the Seven Years' War —and from to the monarchies both waged separates wars against the Ottomans the Austro-Turkish War and the Russo-Turkish War — Both countries participated in the first and third partition of Poland.

    The two countries do not border each австрийско-росссийские until the second partition of Poland. The coming of the French Revolution created ideological solidarity between the absolutist monarchies including Russia and Austria, which both fought against France during the French Revolutionary Wars and the Napoleonic Wars.

    In Austria was proclaimed an Empire and after the Congress of Vienna the great reactionary отношения of Europe pledged to work together to keep revolution at bay, and Austria and Russia were аастрийско-российские greatest defenders of the Vienna settlement. The Revolutions of shook the Habsburg landsand the Hungarian lands declared their independence. Russia intervened by invading Hungary to suppress the revolutions and restore the Habsburg sovereignty.

    During the Crimean War Austria maintained a policy of hostile neutrality towards Russia, and, while not going to war, was supportive of the Anglo-French coalition. This stance deeply angered Nicholas I of Russia and was a serious strain to Russo-Austrian relations thereafter.

    Although it was Russia that was punished by the Treaty of Parisin the long run it was Austria that lost the most from the Crimean War despite having barely taken part in it. Having abandoned отношения alliance with Russia, Austria was diplomatically isolated following the war. Russia subsequently австнийско-российские aside as Austria was evicted from the Italian and German states. That Russian neutrality towards its former ally clearly contributed to Austrian defeat in the Austro-Prussian War and its loss of influence in most German-speaking lands.

    The Австрийско-российские therefore gave in to Hungarian demands for autonomy and refounded their state as the Austro-Hungarian Empire. France, after the Franco-Prussian War and the loss of Alsace-Lorrainewas fervently hostile to Germany, and made an alliance with Russia. The great Slavic empire competed with the newly отношения Austro-Hungarian Empire for an increased role in the Balkans at the expense of the Ottoman Empire, отношения the foundations were in place for creating the diplomatic alliances that would lead to World War I.

    Austrian officials worried that Russia was adopting a pan-Slavist policy designed to unite all Slavonic -speaking peoples under the Tsar's leadership. This led them to pursue an anti-Slavic policy domestically and abroad. The major source of tension between Austria-Hungary and Russia was the so-called Eastern Question : what to отношения about the weakening Ottoman Empire and its rebellious Christian subjects.

    The Treaty of Berlin concluded in the aftermath of Russia's victory against the Ottoman Empire in the war ofallowed Austria-Hungary to occupy the Bosnia Vilayet. This, in австрийсео-российские, brought Austria into conflict with the Principality of Serbiaan autonomous de facto independent state within the Ottoman Empire under Russian influence and protection.

    The visit to Saint Petersburg of Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph and his conference with Nicholas II of Австрийско-российские in heralded a secret agreement between the two empires to honour and seek to maintain the status quo in the Balkans, which was in line with Vienna's attempts to forestall an emergence of a large Slavic state in the region. While Russia eventually backed down, relations between the two Empires were permanently damaged.

    The австийско-российские result was bitter enmity between Austria-Hungary on one side and Serbia and Russia on the other. Австрийско-росийские the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria by Serb nationalists of the Black Hand secret society on 28 JuneAustria delivered the July Ultimatum to Serbia demanding that the Austrian отношенияя and military have the right to enter Serbia.

    Serbia rejected the ultimatum and on 28 JulyAustria-Hungary declared war on Serbia. Russia and Austria would fight to the point of exhaustion on the bloody Eastern Front. The war ended with the overthrow of monarchy in both countries, as well as in Germany, and the dissolution of their empires. The rump Austrian state left after the war eventually joined with Nazi Germany in the Anschlussand was therefore part of the German invasion of the Soviet Union.

    After the war Austria was отношения by the allied armiesseparated from Germany, and divided into four zones of occupation. The Soviets did not create a separate socialist government in their zone as they did in East Germany. Instead, Austria was required to sign the Austrian State Treaty of under which it pledged total австрийско-российские in the Cold War confrontation between the Soviet Union and отношения U.

    InAustria became the first Western European country to begin imports of natural gas from the Soviet Union. Subsequently, Europe's австрийско-российские gas hub was set up at Baumgarten an der March on Austria's eastern border with Hungary.

    Thanks to its neutral status, Austria continued to be the venue for spy exchanges as was the case inwhen the U. Austria has sought to maintain good relations and close economic cooperation with Russia even after the drastic deterioration of Russia's relationship with the West following the Ukraine crisis.

    Austria was the only major Австирйско-российские country not to expel Russian diplomats in the course of the retaliatory measures undertaken by the West in the aftermath of the poisoning case in Salisbury in March Austria was the first foreign country that Russian president Vladimir Putin visited officially in June following his reelection for the fourth term as president of Russia. According to the report Gazprom's European WebAustria has long been a favorite австрийско-российские for Soviet now Russian commerce, banking, and espionage activities.

    On 9 NovemberAustrian Chancellor Австрийско-российсуие Kurz said that a year-old retired army colonel was believed to have spied for Russia for about thirty years. The prominent critic of the Russian republic of Chechnya government, Umar Israilovwho had filed a complaint with the European Court of Human Rights and was about to tell his story to The Австрийско-российские York Timeswas assassinated in a street вастрийско-российские Vienna in January Oleg Orlov, the director of Moscow's Memorial Human Rights Отношенияsaid "We are deeply alarmed about what appears to be another politically motivated killing of a critic of high-level Russian government officials.

    Related to the case might be murders of human австрийско-российские lawyer Stanislav Markelov and journalist Anastasia Baburova - both were interested in Israilov's case.

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