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MONDAY, January 30:
Armenia: EU Special Representative on South Caucasus and the Crisis in Georgia Phillip Lefort visits Yerevan.
EU: European leaders gather in Brussels for a summit focusing on the EU's financial troubles.
Georgia/U.S.: Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili is scheduled to meet with U.S. President Barack Obama in Washington.
Iran: The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) experts visit Iran (to January 31).
Iran/Oman: Iranian First Vice President Mohammad Reza Rahimi visits Muscat to hold talks with senior officials of the Persian Gulf country.
Kazakhstan: Kazakh Foreign Minister Yerzhan Kazykhanov pays first official visit to the United States.
Russia: Moscow hosts the first APEC senior officials' meeting and more than 20 related meetings.
TUESDAY, January 31:
Azerbaijan: PACE co-rapporteurs for the monitoring of obligations and commitments by Azerbaijan make a fact-finding visit to Baku and Guba (to February 2).
EU: European Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee to exchange views on Kosovo, Armenia, and Azerbaijan in Brussels.
Middle East: The 2012 Herzliya Conference, titled “In the Eye of Storms: Israel and the Middle East," opens in Israel (to February 2).
Kazakhstan: The Atlantic Council hosts a conference titled “Twenty Years of Kazakhstan's Independence and U.S.-Kazakhstan Relations” in Washington.
WEDNESDAY, February 1:
Azerbaijan: A European Parliament delegation visits Baku.
EU: The European Parliament to hold debates on Russia and Iran and is scheduled to pass a resolution on Iranian nuclear program (to February 2).
Iran: The 30th Fajr International Film Festival opens in Tehran (to February 11).
Pakistan/Afghanistan: Pakistani Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar visits Kabul.
Russia: A website set up for live streaming from polling stations during the Match 4 presidential election to be officialy launched.
UN: The World Interfaith Harmony Week (to February 7).
THURSDAY, February 2:
NATO: NATO defense ministers hold a meeting in Brussels to discuss the situation in Afghanistan (to February 3).
FRIDAY, February 3:
Balkans: Croatian President Ivo Josipovic, Serbian President Boris Tadic, and the members of Bosnia's state Presidency meet on Mount Jahorina near Sarajevo.
World: Senior figures from around the world attend the 48th Munich Security Conference to discuss current and future security challenges (to February 5).
SATURDAY, February 4:
World: World Cancer Day.
Russia: A mass opposition protest is planned to be held in Moscow and other Russian cities a month ahead of the presidential election.