German MEP, meanwhile, says Turkish president’s “power base is shrinking” and that “the guy is sweating”.
MEP Jozsef Szajer, one of the founders of Hungary's ruling conservative Fidesz, tried to flee down a drainpipe when police broke up the illegal gathering of 25 men including several diplomats.
State budget exposed to significant pressure if situation not remedied quickly. Mongolia in lockdown following recording of first Covid community transmissions.
Dubbed the "Magnit of shoes" the regional focused Russian shoe shop chain Obuv Rossii is rebranding and expanding its product range as sales start to recover following this year's lockdowns
Quarter on quarter gain is 15.6%. Loose policy sent lira back into depths of crisis and attempt to fix situation plus recognition of true extent of country’s COVID-19 emergency set to brake economy in Q4. Trade deficit is widening.
Efforts continue in the hope of enabling Sofia and Skopje to resolve their differences but diplomats don't expect a breakthrough before the European Council meeting in December.
The sudden drop in confirmed new cases coupled with the worryingly very high percentage of positive tests – 22.8% on November 30 – prompted questions on the handle Poland’s right-wing government has on the pandemic.
The transaction follows a difficult first half of the year for Aegon in Hungary, Poland, Romania and Turkey, where insurance markets suffered the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Departure of Jozsef Szajer and fellow moderate conservative Peter Gottfried a blow to the PM, who is locked in a fierce battle with European leaders after vetoing the EU budget and recovery fund.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said he would step down after a new constitution is adopted, state media reported. "I am not going to be the president once the new constitution is in place," he said.
Statement comes as supreme leader seeks “definitive punishment” of those involved in assassination of Iran’s top nuclear scientist.
The analysts met with enthusiasm plans by Russia's largest food retailer X5 Retail Group to IPO its e-grocery and express delivery assets in the medium term.
Right-wing leaders of Hungary and Poland met in the Hungarian capital to coordinate their strategy after they blocked the EU's €1.8 trillion budget and coronavirus recovery package.
Strain caused by crises also felt by Turkish banking industry though it can still report huge profits because of “regulatory forbearance” exercised by the Erdogan administration.
Without an IMF deal can Ukraine get through 2021 without a crisis? With $11bn of debt to pay in debt redemption but only $26bn in reserves, Ukraine is headed for a crisis unless it can kiss and make up with the IMF.
Warsaw and Budapest are blocking the adoption of the EU’s €1.8 trillion budget for 2021-2027, including the €750bn recovery plan to reinvigorate the bloc’s economy after the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Scaling back the pension hike is a prerequisite for avoiding a sovereign downgrade.
MEPs suspect “gross interference” in democratic process in North Macedonia by Hungarian companies close to PM Viktor Orban’s inner circle.
Move comes out of the blue—and shows a daily case total more than twice as high as Iran’s.
Production might possibly be complicated by parts export ban introduced by Canada.