Poland reportedly plans to suspend cooperation with Czechia in the Visegrad Group until the mine’s case has been resolved in an amicable way.
Milos Zeman´s health is all the more important now when the general elections are approaching, as it is the president who nominates the head of the winning party to form a new government.
But the regulator also asked the Constitutional Tribunal to check if the current licensing rules are in line with Poland’s constitutional order.
The European Commission is currently not reimbursing the Czech state for subsidies given to Agrofert and has threatened to stop reimbursing Czech spending on wider EU subsidies until the government clarifies its policy.
Poland fined €500,000 per day for failing to abide by order to halt the Turow lignite mine’s operations immediately.
Rate-setters raised the central bank’s base rate by 15 basis points to 1.65%, below the 20-30bp hike expected by analysts.
Both car producers Skoda Auto and Toyota had to extend their traditional summer shutdowns due to lack of chips.
IT experts confirmed that it was not simply an overload but a targeted attack, organisers said.
Opposition pledges to challenge lengthy contracts and licences handed out to regime's favourite oligarchs.
Decision elevates the long-lasting spat between Poland and Brussels over Warsaw’s judiciary reforms to a new height.
MNB expects the government to use additional proceeds from better-than-expected growth to boost expenditures this year ahead of election.
Poland’s President Andrzej Duda declared a state of emergency along the border with Belarus on September 2 in an attempt at stemming illegal migration from Belarus.
Analysts are expecting Hungary’s economy to post a record 7% FY growth or even higher as the main drivers of growth are expected to remain strong.
Alar Karis was elected as president at the second attempt as the only candidate on the ballot.
The agreement, to be signed at the end of September and coming into force from October 1, will be in force for 10+5 years.
Centre-right coalition nominates director of the Estonian National Museum after tiring of liberal President Kersti Kaljulaid's outspoken comments.
The government is facing the necessity of introducing curbs in regions with the lowest ratio of inoculations, which are also its electoral strongholds.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban has made a desperate call for people to get vaccinated in an email message sent to millions of Hungarians.
Zeman reportedly made sacking of BIS chief a condition for continuing to give Babis his support during upcoming general election.
Controversial Slovak activist investor hired demonstrators by Crowds on Demand presenting themselves as civic activists fighting to 'defend the Czech OKD miners'.