Failure to make the up-front payment may result in disruption of gas supplies in the first days of September.
Actor who calls himself a “son of the Balkans” plans to set up film and music studios in North Macedonia’s capital to shoot Hollywood-calibre movies.
Kremlin responds that plant would obviously be target for its missiles.
Often criticised for his soft stance on Moscow, President Zoran Milanovic claims sanctions are hurting Croatia but not Russia.
Albin Kurti claims Russia contributed to recent standoff between Kosovo and Serbia, and fears new wars could break out in Moldova and the Western Balkans.
Mindful of Turkey’s own economic and strategic interests—and his poor re-election prospects—the Turkish leader met his Russian counterpart in Sochi.
Serbia’s Aleksandar Vucic and Kosovo’s Albin Kurti to meet after Pristina’s decision not to recognise Serbian ID documents escalated tensions.
Suspicions President Rumen Radev picked new cabinet to bring Bulgaria back into the Russian orbit.
Inflation reached 31.8% in June and the outlook is gloomy as energy price hikes have yet to be fully passed through to consumer goods prices.
US said to be wary of Nato member country turning into an anything-goes bolthole for Russians looking to shield business and assets from Western sanctions.
Ukrainian grain has finally left the port of Odesa for the first time since Russia’s full-scale invasion, NV Ukraine reported on August 1.
Extreme heat and droughts across several European countries have led to forecasts for this year’s harvests being reduced.
Without a government in place Bulgaria risks failing to complete reforms needed to unlock EU funds and launch urgent measures to ease inflationary pressure on households
Towards a billion dollars said to have been splashed out on failed amusement park that Erdogan said was a “symbol of pride” for all of Turkey.
In same week, producer’s CEO said the company would never supply the Russian armed forces.
Long-awaited opening of Peljesac bridge gives Croatia continuous access along its coastline — despite concerns raised by Bosnia.
Christian Schmidt's proposed changes aim to end years-long disputes over the elections of MPs and members of the tripartite presidency, but Bosnian Muslims argue they would favour the country's Croat population.
Comments from Moldovan separatist republic's foreign minister seen as preparing the ground for potential recognition by Russia as war rages in neighbouring Ukraine.
Kyiv and Moscow signed an agreement in Istanbul on July 22 ensuring the safety of Ukrainian grain exports, despite apprehensions that the lengthy talks between Russia, Ukraine, Turkey and the UN would fall apart.
Albanian opposition leader and former president Sali Berisha said he has been banned from entering the UK because of alleged links to criminal groups.