Ukraine cancelled a planned offering of dollar-denominated Eurobonds after Yakiv Smolii stepped down as NBU governor citing a “systematic” campaign against the central bank.
Stefan Gatcan fled the country after telling prosecutors he was physically forced to sign his resignation as an MP by his former colleagues from the Socialist Party.
Yakiv Smolii, the governor of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU), has quit his job, citing pressure from a “systematic” campaign against him and the central bank by oligarch Ihor Kolomoisky.
With 99.9% of the vote counted, 77.93% of Russians voted for changes to Russia’s constitution and 21.26% against in a referendum on July 1. The turnout was 65%.
German auto giant says it can no longer see demand for proposed factory’s output. Ankara tells EU travel and coronavirus officials to correct their “mistake” as soon as possible.
Montenegro became the first Western Balkan state to legally recognise same-sex couples. PM Dusko Markovic says "no room for discrimination based on sexual orientation in a European Montenegro".
"Our strategy is to learn how to live alongside the virus."
Private lender’s deal is expensive, but there are expectations that emerging market investors have finally opened up for corporate and financial institution issuance.
Russian petrochemical giant Sibur Holding has issued a $500m 5-year eurobond on the Irish Stock Exchange with the lowest coupon yield ever for a Russian corporate of 2.95%, on June 30.
Valery Tsepkalo, one of the three leading opposition candidates that want to run against Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko in the August 9 presidential elections, has been excluded from the race. The other two are in jail.
Calls it a “criminal” intervention by “a country which claims to be a Nato member”.
Islamic finance currently makes up tiny proportion of $950bn global green bond market.
Foreign investors have been pushing for the move that will give them easier access to the Romanian capital market.
It has been dubbed “the signature revolution” but the hundreds of thousands of signatures Belarus’ opposition figures have gathered that are part of the application process to stand in the presidential elections have been rejected
The coronavirus has continued to spread rapidly, and President Ilham Aliyev put the blame on residents who don’t wear masks.
Poland's incumbent President Andrzej Duda and his rival Rafal Trzaskowski are appealing to the electorates of candidates eliminated in the first round as they prepare to face each other in the run-off in July.
Country identifies 36 individuals accused of "murder" and "terrorism” with US president "at the top of the list". Issues arrest warrants.
In remarkably candid comments, former Georgian president and recently appointed head of Ukraine’s Reform Committee Mikheil Saakashvili said that Russia was “way ahead” of Ukraine in many key reforms.
Incumbent President Andrzej Duda led the first round of the presidential election and will meet the liberal opposition’s Rafal Trzaskowski after the final two weeks of the most brutal campaign in Poland’s recent history.
Backsliding on reforms and rising political instability within Zelenskiy's administration have led Ukraine’s international donors to pare back their financial support until the government better demonstrates its commitment to the reform agenda.