MONDAY, May 2:
Azerbaijan: Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite pays an official visit to Baku (to May 3).
Iran: Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi visits Qatar.
World: Freedom House releases its annual Freedom of the Press Index.
TUESDAY, May 3:
Afghanistan: U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee holds a hearing on the situation in Afghanistan.
EU: The inaugural meeting of the EuroNest Parliamentary Assembly to take place in Brussels.
Georgia: Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite pays an official visit to Tbilisi (to May 4).
Kazakhstan: Forth Astana Economic Forum opens (to May 4).
Pakistan: Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani pays an official visit to France (to May 6).
Russia: Wilson Center holds a discussion on Russia and the European Court of Human Rights.
Serbia: Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi visits Belgrade (to May 4).
World: World Press Freedom Day.
WEDNESDAY, May 4:
Armenia: Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite pays an official visit to Yerevan (to May 5).
Caucasus/Youth: National Endowment for Democracy based in Washington holds a discussion titled: "Youth Activism And Protest In The North And South Caucasus."
THURSDAY, May 5:
Belarus: The trials of former presidential candidates Uladzimir Nyaklyaeu and Vital Rymasheuski to begin in Minsk.
Pakistan: U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee holds a hearing on U.S. policy and its limits in Pakistan.
Russia: Foreign ministers of Poland, Germany, and Russia are scheduled to meet in Kaliningrad.
World: Istanbul hosts 2011 Global Summit of Women.
SATURDAY, May 7:
Moldova: Acting Moldovan President Marian Lupu visits Turkey, meets with Turkish President Abdullah Gul (to May 8).
Russia: Russia and Norway to hold the Pomor-2011 joint naval exercise (to May 17).
SUNDAY, May 8:
World: World Red Cross Red Crescent Day.