Justice commissioner says there will be an extensive back-and-forth period with Budapest before ultimately submitting a proposal to the Council of the EU.
China started blocking Lithuanian products and some European goods that contained Lithuanian components at customs last month.
Turkish growth is expected to slow to 3.5% this year, from a forecast 9.5% in 2021, while for Russia, GDP growth is forecast to slow to 2% from 4.5%.
The Monetary Council of Hungary’s National Bank raised the base rate by 50bp to 2.9% at its first monthly policy meeting of the year.
Slovakia rises four places to 56th under new government, while Czechia remains stuck on 49th after Babis government's 'unfulfilled promises'.
Since the scandal broke, the Polish government has gone from denying any knowledge of Pegasus to admitting that Poland had bought it but not used it for political purposes.
Hungary slipped four notches to 73th place in Transparency International's 2021 Corruption Perceptions Index ranking.
President adds statement to DCA to reassure MPs but opposition still demands referral to Constitutional Court.
Westinghouse is one of three companies looking to build four to six reactors by the mid-2040s in order to reduce the carbon intensity of electricity generation.
Estonia will send Javelin anti-armour missiles, while Latvia and Lithuania will send Stinger antiaircraft missiles.
Czech billionaire's lottery company expected to be valued at around $9.3bn.
Yesterday, a federal grand jury in New York returned an indictment which charged four Belarusian state officials with conspiracy to commit aircraft piracy.
Advent International, which bought Zentiva for €1.9bn in 2018 is reportedly considering selling the generic drugmaker for €3.5bn.
Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia have pledged to offer Ukraine assistance, including in cyber security.
Slovakia's poor vaccine performance is being blamed on the government's unclear policy direction, but the opposition has also played its part.
The government is expected to refuse to allow the referenda to be held on the same day as the general election, at which it is already holding an anti-LGBT vote.
Brussels says it has exclusive competence to deal with EU-wide mergers and that it doubts that decision was aimed at protecting Hungary's legitimate interests.
The DCA would allow the US airforce to use two Slovak military airports and potentially other facilities without a request of rental payment for a period of 10 years.
The number of new COVID-19 cases in Poland jumped 72% week-on-week
MEPs demand investigation into claims enlargement commissioner backed Dodik, despite denial by Hungary's ruling Fidesz.