"Our strategy is to learn how to live alongside the virus."
WHO warns of a “very serious resurgence” that risks pushing healthcare systems “to the brink” in 10 countries from the region after lockdowns were eased.
Behind the unexplained recent firings is a push to put the security services under greater civilian control.
As governments continue to lift lockdowns and travel restrictions across Central, Eastern and Southeast Europe, several countries in the region have reported record-high numbers of new infections in the last few days.
Surge in new COVID-19 cases in Caucasus, Moldova and Poland, while fresh outbreaks in Balkans show virus not yet under control.
The road, slated to be built next year, promises to further complicate ongoing peace negotiations with Azerbaijan.