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Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko collapsed for a second time this month after a meeting with president Vladimir Putin and was hospitalised in Moscow on May 27.
Gerb freezes talks after recording from Change Continues leadership meeting discussing proposed joint government is released.
Grand coalitions between rivals are one symptom of the radically changed political landscape of the last decade.
Democratic governance deteriorates in Emerging Europe and Central Asia, with worst declines in already authoritarian regions.
Coalition failure to agree on single candidate for president, and ruling party's attempt to install its minister in the post could bring down whole government.
Speculation PM Nicolae Ciuca about to resign as neither of Romania's main ruling parties wants to take responsibility for refusing teachers a pay rise ahead of the super-election year in 2024.
Heavy investment into a few mega projects means that power-hungry Uzbekistan now has about 2.6 GW of green energy capacity, ahead of Kazakhstan – the first country in Central Asia to invest into renewable power.
The Uzbek government is planning to privatise several state-owned enterprises by floating their shares on the Tashkent Stock Exchange (TSE) and has turned its attention to getting them ready, but the market remains narrow and shallow.
Vzevolod Knyazev, the ex-head of Ukraine’s Supreme Court, has been sent to custody for 60 days with the option of posting bail set at UAH107mn ($2.9mn) over bribery charges amounting to $2.7mn, Suspilne reported on May 18.
The first investments are due to begin in six counties in sub-Saharan Africa in 2025.
Justice ministry says delegation had “put forward political expectations beyond the EU’s conditionality procedure and super milestones".
The Uzbek government is going to continue to focus on economic stability, bringing inflation down, making the country more attractive to international investors and boosting trade with World Trade Organisation (WTO) membership.
Move aimed at increasing attraction to international investors as part of a plan to upgrade the capital markets from frontier to developed market status.
Uzbekistan’s deputy prime minister for investment and foreign economic relations, Jamshid Khodjayev, has outlined remaining steps Tashkent needs to take on the path to joining the World Trade ...
International payments company believes Uzbekistan can be a hub for operations across Central Asia.
Powerful chief prosecutor said to have boasted that he had personally made 150 recordings of conversations with politicians, magistrates and members of the judicial council.
Message spread by officials and state-controlled media has fuelled anti-EU sentiment in Serbia. It may be hard to rein this in.
Inflation remains a drag on growth in Emerging Europe, along with sluggish growth in advanced economies and stricter financing conditions in Central Europe and the Baltic states.
Ivan Geshev declares war on former premier Boyko Borissov, who allegedly pushed him to quit, and hints he could publicise evidence of his corruption.