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MONDAY, January 28:
Afghanistan/EU: Afghan Finance Minister Omar Zakhilwal and EU Commissioner for International Cooperation, Humanitarian Aid, and Crisis Response Kristalina Georgieva hold a meeting in Brussels.
Armenia/Azerbaijan: OSCE Minsk Group co-chairs and foreign ministers of Azerbaijan and Armenia hold a meeting in Paris.
IAEA: Vienna hosts the international experts meeting on nuclear safety (to February 1).
Macedonia/Russia: Macedonian Foreign Minister Nikola Poposki pays a working visit to Moscow (to January 30).
Macedonia/NATO: Macedonian Defense Minister Fatmir Besimi visits NATO Headquarters in Brussels, meets with the NATO deputy secretary-general, Alexander Vershbow.
Saudi Arabia: Riyadh hosts annual award ceremony for the winners of the King Faisal International Prize, the "Arab Nobel Prize."
UN: Human Rights Council in Geneva reviews human rights records of Israel, Serbia, Montenegro, and other countries (to February 1).
TUESDAY, January 29:
Kazakhstan/EU: Kazakh Foreign Minister Erlan Idrissov meets with EU Commission President Jose Barroso in Brussels.
Moldova/EU: Moldovan Foreign Minister Iurie Leance meets with EU Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighborhood Policy Stefan Fuele in Brussels.
EU: European Parliament in Brussels hosts a conference on enlargement strategy and regional cooperation in the western Balkans.
UK/Belarus/Georgia: Chatham House hosts a discussion in London titled "Contrasting Electoral Lessons from Georgia and Belarus."
UK/Georgia: Georgian Defense Minister Irakli Alasania attends a discussion titled "Georgia's Democratic Path: Past, Present and Future" in London.
WTO: The World Trade Organization's General Council meeting opens in Geneva (to January 31).
Macedonia/Greece: The UN mediator in the Greek-Macedonian name dispute, Matthew Nimetz, holds a meeting with representatives of the two sides in New York (to January 30).
WEDNESDAY, January 30:
EU/Ukraine: Ukrainian Foreign Minister Leonid Kozhar meets with EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton in Brussels.
EU/Ukraine: Ukrainian Foreign Minister Leonid Kozhar and Deputy Prime Minister Oleksandr Vilkul meet with EU Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighborhood Policy Stefan Fuele in Brussels.
Russia/Kazakhstan: Russian and Kazakh deputy premiers are scheduled to hold talks in Moscow on the use of Kazakhstan's Baikonur Cosmodrome.
THURSDAY, January 31:
NATO: NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen presents his Annual Report for 2012 in Brussels.
EU: Brussels hosts the EU Foreign Affairs Council meeting.
Iran: Fajr International Film Festival opens in Tehran (to February 10).
Russia/Hungary: Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow.
World: Human Right Watch publishes its annual World Report.
FRIDAY, February 1:
Moldova/Romania: Romanian President Traian Basescu pays an official visit to Chisinau. (The visit has reportedly been cancelled).
UN: World Interfaith Harmony Week (to February 7).
World: Germany hosts the 49th Munich Security Conference (to February 3).