Poland is lobbying for a ban on Russian synthetic rubber to become a part of the new EU sanctions which are scheduled to be unveiled on the one-year anniversary of the military operation in Ukraine, February 24.
A coalition of parties along the model of the Czech national government is poised to take power after more than four months of talks.
Last year's massive election defeat has brought the underlying fractures within the opposition camp out into the open.
Thousands injured. Death toll seen as likely to rise. Millions of people across Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Cyprus and Israel felt the earthquake.
Suleyman Soylu’s invective comes as Washington warns Ankara over chemicals and microchips for Russia
A strong presence of North Macedonia’s special police units, a tense atmosphere in Skopje and incidents on the Bulgarian border marked February 4, the 151th anniversary of the birth of Macedonian national hero Goce Delcev, claimed also by Bulgaria.
The caps came into force on February 5, three months after a similar cap of $60 per barrel was introduced on Russian crude oil exports.
Chisinau on high alert after Russia's Sergei Lavrov claims the West “has got its sights” on Moldova and country's president is "itching to join Nato".
Interior minister angered by series of terrorism security alerts. Tensions also arise over US sanctions that could leave Russian aircraft with no ground service at Turkish airports.
Opposition MPs interrupted President Aleksandar Vucic’s speech chanting "Treason" and "We don't give up Kosovo”.
Croatia will pay MOL $235mn after losing a series of arbitration and legal hearings over the 2009 deal that allowed MOL to obtain a dominant position in INA.
The oligarch, once close to President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, is suspected of embezzling oil products worth $1bn and evading customs payments.
New pipeline with capacity of up to 1.8 bcm a year will help increase energy security and diversify gas supplies in the region.
The Austrian lender, which has become more and more reliant on its Russian business over the years, is still rethinking its presence in the country.
As heavily armed Baku turns screw on Yerevan in ongoing confrontation, Tehran’s position is described as “music to Armenia’s ears”.
wiiw believes that most countries of the region have “probably already digested” most of the economic shock caused by the Ukraine war, provided Russia does not escalate the conflict further.
Winner of election wants investigation of President Milos Zeman's office, which "conducted extensive activities of its own, often in a grey zone, if not directly beyond the legal boundaries".
Never has one country slid so far in the ranking in a decade as Viktor Orban's government has according to the anti-corruption watchdog.
Bank to address market failures and support economic development and investments.
Ukraine now has its sights set on obtaining Western-made fighter jets but so far has not found any solid support.