Yury Chyzh and his Lithuanian partner Vitold Tomasevskij are reported to have transferred billions of dollars out of Belarus that they had allegedly made thanks to preferential access to cheap petroleum.
Sanctions on Russia are helping China expand its market share in the region.
PM Albin Kurti rejected Washington's appeals to delay the re-registration of Serbian cars, which has led to mass protests and unrest in the Serb-dominated north.
Foreign affairs committee chief says “Slovakia is a security hole”.
Plans are modest compared to privatisation proposals floated in the past.
Following international sanctions imposed after the invasion of Ukraine, Sberbank has been seeking to sell its stake in Croatia's largest private company.
Islamic Republic's latest troubles have set off another phase of currency depreciation.
Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg urged Serbia and Kosovo to refrain from any unilateral actions that would trigger an escalation of the situation in northern Kosovo.
Government counts on €3.5bn to be collected from the tax next year, to pay for measures to help citizens and businesses wrestling with the cost of living crisis.
Warning sounded as Iran for first time admits sending UAVs to Russia. Ukraine’s president describes claim that deliveries were “limited” as lies.
Serbs formally resigned from state institutions en masse at a rally in Mitrovica North, in protest against Pristina’s insistence on enforcing new rules on car number plates.
Images spark debate over double standards in country riven by protests sparked by police custody death of woman said to have breached Islamic dress code.
Constitutional Court ruled that first question asking whether citizens wish the current cabinet to resign is unconstitutional.
In rare moment of unity, most of the parties in Bulgaria's fragmented new parliament backed decision to provide military aid to Ukraine.
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and top EU officials stress commitment to bringing six Western Balkan countries into the EU.
IMF said the three-year deal would support the Armenian government's economic programme to preserve macroeconomic, fiscal, and financial stability
Slovak Interior Minister Roman Mikulec has described Czech controls as breaching the Schengen Treaty, adding that Czechia is also breaching Europe’s readmission treaty.
Starved of gas by Gazprom, Moldova and breakaway Transnistria are competing for scarce energy resources — raising tensions between Chisinau and the separatist authorities.
Eighty-five year-old genetics researcher Dariush Farhoud among prominent people snatched by security forces.
Prime Minister Edi Rama strongly criticised British politicians for “targeting Albanians” as scapegoats for the UK’s crime and border problems.