MONDAY, January 31:
Bosnia-Herzegovina: Bosnian political leaders meet to discuss the formation of central government.
EU: EU Foreign Affairs Council meets to discuss Belarus, Iran, the Middle East, and Russia.
Pakistan: United States Institute of Peace holds a conference titled: "The Future of Pakistan" in Washington.
Russia: Russian opposition to hold a rally in Moscow’s Triumph Square and other Russian cities.
TUESDAY, February 1:
Azerbaijan/Greece: Meeting of Azerbaijan-Greece intergovernmental commission.
Russia: A monument to Russia’s first president, Boris Yeltsin, to be unveiled in Yekaterinburg as part of the celebrations of the 80th anniversary of Boris Yeltsin's birth.
Kyrgyzstan: Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is scheduled to visit Bishkek for talks on trade and investment (to February 2).
Ukraine: IMF mission visits Kyiv to review its loan program with the country.
World: World Interfaith Harmony Week.
WEDNESDAY, February 2:
Georgia: Georgian Foreign Minister Grigol Vashadze to visit Luxembourg.
Iraq: Overseas Security Advisory Council holds meeting in Baghdad.
Belarus: Poland to host conference to aid Belarusian opposition.
Russia: Investment bank Troika Dialog holds an international conference billed as the Russian Davos in Moscow (to February 4).
THURSDAY, February 3:
Ukraine: Ukraine's Deputy Prime Minister on Economic Affairs Serhiy Tihipko visits Slovakia to study pension reform.
Ukraine: Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych pays a state visit to Poland (to February 4).
FRIDAY, February 4:
World: World Cancer Day.
World: The 47th Munich Security Conference brings together senior figures from around the world to engage in an intensive debate on current and future security challenges (to February 6).
SATURDAY, February 5:
Iran: The 29th Fajr International Film Festival opens in Tehran (to February 15).
SUNDAY, February 6:
Iran: U.S. hikers held in Iran and charged with espionage and illegally crossing the border are expected to appear in court.