MONDAY, July 25:
Azerbaijan/Poland: Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski visits Baku (to July 26).
Balkans/ICTY: War crimes fugitive Goran Hadzic's initial appearance before the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) is scheduled to be held in The Hague.
Belarus: Collective Security Treaty Organisation Secretary-General Nikolai Bordyuzha visits Minsk.
Iran: The oil ministers of Iraq, Iran, and Syria sign a major gas deal.
Russia/Azerbaijan: Russian Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov visits Baku to discuss issue of extending the lease term of the Gabala radar station.
Serbia/Czech Republic: Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic visits Prague to discuss bilateral relations and the EU integration efforts of Serbia and Western Balkans.
TUESDAY, July 26:
Georgia/Poland: Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski visits Batumi (to July 27).
Russia: A Russian court in Velsk to consider granting parole to jailed Russian tycoon Platon Lebedev (to July 27).
Serbia/Czech Republic: Serbian President Boris Tadic travels to Prague to receive the Polak Award for his contribution to democratic and economic reforms in Central and Eastern Europe.
Ukraine: Church leaders of Russia, Georgia, and Ukraine hold a meeting in Kyiv (to July 28).
UN: Launch of UN's World Investment Report 2011 in Geneva.
WEDNESDAY, July 27:
Azerbaijan/Turkey: Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is expected to visit Baku.
Russia: Dagestan Economic Forum opens in Makhachkala (to July 28).
India/Pakistan: Foreign Ministers of India and Pakistan meet in New Delhi to discuss bilateral relations.
THURSDAY, July 28:
Armenia/Poland: Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski visits Yerevan (to July 29).
Russia/Ukraine: Baptism of Rus Day, a state holiday in Russia and Ukraine.
FRIDAY, July 29:
Turkmenistan: UN Human Rights Council in Geneva to hold dabates on Turkmenistan.
SUNDAY, July 31:
Azerbaijan: U.S.-Azerbaijani military exercises are scheduled to be held in Romania.
Russia: The Russian opposition plans to hold its regular Strategy 31 rally in Moscow and other cities.
Russia/Ukraine: Russian President Dmitry Medvedev is expected to meet with his Ukrainian counterpart Viktor Yanukovych in Sevastopol.