Opposition leader has also invoked the spectre of George Soros. Analyst says move might be attempt to play to apparent far-right groups among his base.
€3bn development is among an increasing number of topics where the centre-right coalition is failing to find common ground.
PM Zdravko Krivokapic strikes deal with unruly coalition partners by dropping amendment that would have allowed government to borrow €900mn for early loan repayments.
In what will be the most unpopular move since the state increased retirement ages, Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin announced a mandatory vaccination scheme on June 16. The mayor’s decision comes as infection rates in the Russian capital soar.
There Are Such People now has a narrow lead over ex-PM Boyko Borissov’s Gerb but as race tightens its unclear whether political newcomers will manage to secure a majority.
Russia's Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin signed a new order on dividend payments for state companies, which brings clarifications to adjusted net income calculations for paying at least 50% of IFRS net profit, Izvestia reports.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Joe Biden held three hours of “constructive” talks in Geneva, although few details were released.
News of Porsche Engineering’s second Romanian R&D site follows investment announcements from components producers Dräxlmaier and Continental.
Pandemic further boosted demand for cash that was already pushed up by combination of economic growth and low banking penetration.
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic says there was nothing the two sides could agree on at meeting with Kosovan PM Albin Kurti.
Analysts will watch for any continuation or further toning down of Turkey's aggressive foreign policy in wake of Turkish president's meeting with Joe Biden.
Nato leaders designated China as presenting “systemic challenges” in a communiqué issued after a one-day summit in Brussels on June 14, as US President Joe Biden continued his tour through Europe.
Hungary’s opposition is putting Meszaros at the centre of its campaign in what promises to be the closest elections since 2002.
The US sanctions imposed on April 15 that bar US investors from buying Russian Ministry of Finance ruble-denominated OFZ treasury bills in primary auctions come into force on June 14.
Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin put the Russian capital back into lockdown after an alarming surge in the coronavirus infection rate, which has seen some hospitals back at full capacity.
Belarus' President Alexander Lukashenko is transporting Iraqi immigrants to Minsk and helping them illegally cross the border into Lithuania, as he makes good on a threat to “flood the EU with drugs and refugees.”
The barred US ambassador to Belarus, Julie Fisher, called Belarus the “North Korea of Europe” in testimony before a US Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing.
Plan will only be effective if region works together Oliver Varhelyi tells summit marred by verbal clash between prime ministers of Serbia and Kosovo.
Proxy voting firms Glass Lewis and Institutional Shareholder Services have recommended Moneta Money Bank shareholders vote against the acquisition of PPF´s Air Bank, Czech and Slovak Home Credit and Benxy.
Party now commands presidency as well as supermajority in parliament.