Debate took place as opposition parties are holding the country’s first-ever primary to select candidates for 106 constituencies and pick their leader to challenge Hungary’s strongman Viktor Orban.
Tensions have reached a 10-year high since new rules set by Pristina forced Serbian drivers to change their number plates to enter Kosovo.
Environmental groups fear the Vera Su may already be leaking cargo of nitrogen fertilisers and diesel fuel into Yailata protected area as officials fail to act.
One of Russia’s leading privately owned insurance companies, Renaissance Insurance Group, has announced that it will IPO on Moscow Exchange (MOEX), the company said on September 27.
Neighbouring country to Afghanistan thought to be hosting resistance leaders who may be seeking to regroup.
Turkish leader did not get to meet Joe Biden, but he is about to meet Vladimir Putin.
The government’s flagship welfare programme, the universal payout of €109 monthly per every child under 18, has not resulted in any sustained increase in the number of births.
Citu’s victory over incumbent PNL leader Ludovic Orban complicates efforts to rebuild the party’s centre-right coalition with reformist USR-PLUS.
Bulgarian producer and distributor of organic food comes back for second attempt at IPO as it aims to buy German firm and build new factory.
The deputy chairman and former CFO of Russia’s second-largest gas producer Novatek, Florida businessman Mark Gyetvay, has been arrested in the US on tax charges relating to $93mn that was hidden in offshore accounts.
Russia’s biggest petrochemicals company Sibur has closed a deal to take over 100% of its Tatarstan-based rival TAIF in an equity swap that will leave the shareholders of TAIF with 15% of the merged company and bonds.
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.
The British High Court struck down a $260mn claim made by Ukrainian oligarch Ihor Surkis and his related companies against former President Petro Poroshenko and the former NBU governor Valeriya Gontareva on September 22.
Bill forbids oligarchs to make contributions in support of political parties or to participate in large-scale privatisations.
Adds that average occupancy rate of country’s hotels able to open this year so far 44% versus 67% for all of coronavirus-free 2019.
But the regulator also asked the Constitutional Tribunal to check if the current licensing rules are in line with Poland’s constitutional order.
An advisor to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, Serhiy Shefir, was unharmed in an assassination attempt on the 22 September outside Kyiv. His driver, however, was struck by three bullets and hospitalised in a critical condition.
A very public war of words is raging between the current and former leaders of Albania’s main opposition party, the centre-right Democratic Party.
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.