France’s president Macron and US congressman Schiff express support for Yerevan.
Ukrainian opposition leader and Russia-ally Viktor Medvedchuk reappeared at the General Prosecutor’s office on May 12 and denied charges of treason levelled again him and his allies earlier this week.
As the tit-for-tat diplomatic clash between Russia and the US continues, the Kremlin has expelled senior diplomat and the spokeswoman for the US embassy in Moscow in the same week as the US embassy stopped issuing visas to Russians.
Penny outlines expansion plans for the rest of the decade after hiking both profit and turnover during 2020.
Armenian security council meets. Acting PM stresses there have been no exchanges of fire as Yerevan works to resolve situation peacefully.
But no change of position on North Macedonia as interim government doesn't have authority to end veto on Skopje's EU accession talks.
Ukraine’s Security Council has drawn up a list of 13 oligarchs in an effort to restrict their influence on politics and curb their ability to earn economic rents from the state.
Russia could toughen gun control regulations after a mass school shooting in the Tatarstan capital of Kazan on May 11, in which 19-year-old Ilnaz Glyaviev killed at least ten people with a legally acquired firearm.
Czech government suffers diplomatic setback as Josep Borrell rules out escalating tensions with Moscow.
Orban has made it a top priority to foster stronger ties with China, which is building the Budapest-Belgrade railway and a Budapest campus for Fudan University.
Ukraine’s Prosecutor General charged Viktor Medvedchuk, a Ukrainian opposition party leader and personal friend of Russian President Vladimir Putin, with high treason on May 11; Medvedchuk has reportedly gone into hiding.
Guardian Council wields ultimate power in deciding who can stand. Anyone cleared to run must, for instance, be deemed sufficiently pious.
Former defence minister Stefan Yanev to lead interim government until July snap general election.
Bucharest Nine virtual summit took place weeks after Russian military exercises along Ukraine’s border raised tensions in the Black Sea area.
Take away assumptions made about floating voters and its standing falls another 7 pp to just 27.1%.
Zoran Zaev visited Brussels after Enlargement Commissioner Oliver Varhelyi raised the possibility of allowing Albania to move ahead of North Macedonia, whose progress is blocked by dispute with Bulgaria.
Moves will exacerbate fears foreign investors could face rough time under country’s new populist president.
European Human Rights Court says company could not get a fair trial because of illegal government appointments to Constitutional Tribunal.
A deal to sell Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine to Germany is dead, with approval by the European Medicines Agency still dragging.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko signed a decree that calls for martial law and lays out the transfer of power to the Security Council dominated by his son in the event of his death on May 9.