Croatia and Slovenia want Bosnia to be given candidate status along with Ukraine at this week’s EU Council meeting.
Hungary’s permanent representative to the EU, Tibor Stelbaczky, has reportedly stepped down from his post. The Hungarian Embassy in Brussels refused to confirm or deny the report.
Diag Human wins investment protection treaty claim in 30-year-old case.
Government presents five key priorities for its rotating presidency of the EU, which begins on July 1.
Baltic branches of Nordic bank Nordea and Norway's DNB bank, as well as Luminor Bank, acted as conduits for alleged money laundering.
Rightwing Ismaa party signals that it willl join negotiations being led by Reform, rather than those launched by the Centre Party.
Ryanair says 'ill-timed and ill-considered tax has made Hungary instantly uncompetitive and less attractive to airlines and tourists'.
Unidentified aircraft ignored radio contact on route across Hungary, Romania and Serbia before landing in Bulgaria, where an investigation is underway.
Zeman appoints three new board members – replacing two that could have been reappointed – transforming the balance of central bank.
The Czech Republic is starting to show strains over how to cope with the slowing but continued influx of Ukrainian refugees into the country.
Kallas proposes to form a new government with the Isamaa party and Social Democrats.
The EU’s sixth sanction package against Russia can finally come into force, a month after it was first proposed.
Hungary has continued to block approval of the sixth package of sanctions against Russia, this time over the inclusion of the head of the Russian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Kirill.
Poland has reformed disciplinary regime for judges to meet EU concerns over their impact on the rule of law, but still has to reappoint sacked judges and prove new system will not be politicised.
Belarus drastically eases entry restrictions for foreigners in an attempt to bolster tourism revenues. Apart from more people from neighbouring countries coming to visit friends and family, the Belarus' international isolation continues to increase.
The takeover would have created a group with a total of around 2.5 million customers in a country of 10.7 million people, putting it in third place in terms of customers.
After outgoing PM Janez Jansa's spats with Brussels, new centre-left government plans to shift away from Visegrad Group and strengthen relations with the "Germany-France-Italy axis".
EU leaders have reached a compromise deal to ban Russian oil exports to the block's countries, putting maximum pressure on Russia to end its war against Ukraine, Charles Michel, President of the European Council, announced in the early hours of May 3
Finland and Latvia will host the 2023 Ice Hockey World Championships after Slovenia and Hungary withdrew their joint candidacy.
Parliament approves proposal by President Andrzej Duda that dismantles the Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court.