MONDAY, March 7:
Afghanistan: U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates visits Kabul.
Azerbaijan/Iran: Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Elmar Mammadyarov visits Tehran.
Georgia: Georgian Foreign Minister Grigol Vashadze pays a working visit to Switzerland.
Serbia/Japan: Serbian President Boris Tadic visits Tokyo (to March 10).
TUESDAY, March 8:
Croatia: Croatian President Ivo Josipovic visits the Czech Republic (to March 9).
Czech Republic: The 13th One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival opens in Prague (to March 17).
Serbia/Kosovo: EU-brokered Kosovo-Serbia talks are scheduled to begin in Brussels.
U.S./Russia: U.S. Vice President Joe Biden begins his visit to Moscow (to March 11).
World: International Women's Day celebrates 100 years.
WEDNESDAY, March 9:
Georgia/Russia: Bern hosts Georgian-Russian talks over Russia's bid to join the WTO.
Russia: Russian town Valdai hosts session of the Federation Council's Committee on Foreign Affairs on "The Priorities Of Russian Foreign Policy."
World: 2011 Media summit opens in New York (to March 10).
THURSDAY, March 10:
U.S./Russia: U.S. Vice President Joe Biden meets with Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, gives a speech at Moscow State University on bilateral relations.
FRIDAY, March 11:
EU: European Day for Victims of Terrorism.
Moldova: U.S. Vice President Joe Biden visits Chisinau, holds talks with Moldova's Prime Minister Vladimir Filat.
SATURDAY, March 12:
World: World Day Against Cyber Censorship.
SUNDAY, March 13:
Russia: Russian Economic and Financial Forum opens in Zurich, Switzerland (to March 14).