Parliament approves proposal by President Andrzej Duda that dismantles the Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court.
Belarusian PM confirms that Belarus supplies weapons to Russia. Roman Golovchenko said that Belarusian weapons were in demand not only domestically but also in Russia and the two countries have set up join R&D-projects to navigate Western sanctions.
Will a railway connecting the two countries via Kyrgyzstan ever happen?
Romania has been planning to pull out of the Soviet-founded IIB for a couple of years, but Russia invading Ukraine accelerated the process.
Satellites in space have caught Russian ships allegedly stealing Ukrainian grain through Crimea, Ukraine Business News reported on May 25.
The announcement is the first open admission by the government about the dismal state of public finances.
Golob’s Freedom Movement agreed to form a government with the Social Democrats and the Left after winning the April 25 general election.
Parliament passes tenth amendment to the constitution, giving the radical rightwing government the power to declare a state of emergency in the case of an armed conflict in a neighbouring country.
The US won’t extend the General Licence 9A (GL9A), which has allowed the Russian state and its companies to make debt service payment in dollars to international investors.
Currency breaches 16/$ threshold. Real interest rate at minus-56% is lowest in the world. Markets don’t dare hope that will change at May 26 rates meeting.
Sofia is under pressure to allow Skopje to start EU accession talks by the end of June, after a veto imposed for the first time two years ago, but Bulgarian officials are not sending promising signs.
Moscow claims "persecution" after prosectors probe pro-Russian ex-president on suspicion of bribe-taking, illegal party financing, high treason and embezzlement.
Peter O'Brien, chief financial officer of Russia’s largest petrochemical company Sibur, has left the company as sanctions decimate the ranks of Russia’s foreign executives, bne IntelliNews can reveal.
Poland’s Climate and Environment Minister Anna Moskwa announced on May 23 that her country was terminating its inter-governmental agreement (IGA) with Russia on natural gas deliveries via the Yamal-Europe pipeline.
European Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen told delegates at the annual World Economic Forum in Davos that Ukraine belongs in the “European family".
New measures to support public sector employees and pensioners, as well as offering relief for debtors as Romanians struggle to cope with rising prices.
Saudi Arabia will continue to include Russia in OPEC’s attempts to work with other oil-producing states to balance global energy markets, despite Western moves towards sanctions on trade in Russian crude.
Gerhard Schroeder, Germany’s former chancellor, has resigned from his post as chairman of Russia’s state-owned oil producer Rosneft.
The importance of the International North-South Transportation Corridor, providing Indian Ocean access via the Iranian port of Chabahar, has soared.
Search for survivors under way. Security forces watchful for any anti-regime protests