The EU’s sixth sanction package against Russia can finally come into force, a month after it was first proposed.
Tashkent is seeking to boost domestic flour production at a delicate time, with the war in Ukraine garbling food supply chains.
The National Bank of Ukraine raised the discount rate by a massive 15%, from 10% to 25%, Epravda reported on June 2.
Several maps showing the true size of Russia’s occupation in Ukraine have gone viral, with many Europeans left shocked when comparing the total area with their own country.
Hungary has continued to block approval of the sixth package of sanctions against Russia, this time over the inclusion of the head of the Russian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Kirill.
Missed $1.9mn interest payment triggers first default event on Russian sovereign debt for a century.
Romania has repeatedly pushed back its euro adoption timetable, and doesn’t plan to join the single currency area sooner than 2029.
Poland has reformed disciplinary regime for judges to meet EU concerns over their impact on the rule of law, but still has to reappoint sacked judges and prove new system will not be politicised.
Croatia has met all conditions to adopt the euro, say new reports from the European Commission and the European Central Bank.
Election clock is ticking on Turkish leader’s bid to win round Turks shocked by extent of economic crisis.
Oleksii Makeiev, Ukraine’s Ambassador and Special Envoy for Sanctions, has called for a total ban on all Russian passport holders from travelling overseas in a potential major escalation of punitive measures imposed since the invasion in February.
Croatian electric hypercar producer valued at over €2bn after funding round led by SoftBank Vision Fund 2 and Goldman Sachs Asset Management.
Belarus drastically eases entry restrictions for foreigners in an attempt to bolster tourism revenues. Apart from more people from neighbouring countries coming to visit friends and family, the Belarus' international isolation continues to increase.
Government sends buses to seaside towns to remove 90,000 refugees from hotels ahead of tourist season, but few take up offer to move to new, undisclosed locations.
The takeover would have created a group with a total of around 2.5 million customers in a country of 10.7 million people, putting it in third place in terms of customers.
After outgoing PM Janez Jansa's spats with Brussels, new centre-left government plans to shift away from Visegrad Group and strengthen relations with the "Germany-France-Italy axis".
Analysts suggest Iran, US might agree to interim arrangement that would see Tehran curb atomic programme and Washington drop oil and banking sanctions.
Renaissance Capital, the Moscow-based investment bank controlled by billionaire oligarch Mikhail Prokhorov, may face closure unless an eleventh-hour deal can be struck by managers to buy out the business, bne IntelliNews can reveal.
EU leaders have reached a compromise deal to ban Russian oil exports to the block's countries, putting maximum pressure on Russia to end its war against Ukraine, Charles Michel, President of the European Council, announced in the early hours of May 3
Columnist says authoritarian move is response to “dead-end the current administration finds itself in” because of the country’s “unprecedented, multilayered crisis”.