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Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said that a “fighter jet coalition” will be formed this year following pledges from European allies to train Ukrainian pilots, the Kyiv Independent reported on May 17.
During the second day of the Council of Europe Summit in Reykjavik, Iceland, prominent leaders announced the creation of a register of damage for Ukraine as the first step towards an international compensation mechanism for victims.
Ukrainian president meets King Charles and addresses parliament in first stop on a European tour.
Ukraine now has its sights set on obtaining Western-made fighter jets but so far has not found any solid support.
Ukraine’s allies gave a very clear and decisive message at the Ukrainian Breakfast panel discussion in Davos on January 19: Ukraine will beat Russia eventually, so let’s make it happen sooner rather than later.
Hungarian strongman’s list of followed leaders include many of his illiberal peers across the world.
Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia and most of the Western Balkans states have made a clear choice in favour of Western integration.
Having missed leadership opportunities and challenged EU values during Slovenia’s recent EU Council presidency, PM Janez Jansa has emerged as a leading advocate of accession for Ukraine.
UK premier threatens to punish Russia with new 'intensified' economic sanctions the moment the 'first Russian toe cap crosses further into Ukrainian territory'.
Progress unlikely at upcoming EU Council meeting as Bulgarian politicians are still trying to reach a coalition deal following latest general election.
Besa leader called the police after party member Kastriot Rexhepi failed to turn up for crucial vote — but Rexhepi later appeared in a Facebook video claiming to be “fine and in good health”.
A new centre-left government in Berlin could help create a two-tier Europe, especially if it promotes rule of law penalties.
EU set to launch yet another infringement action against Hungary, as 17 EU leaders sign letter pledging to 'continue fighting against discrimination of the LGBTI community'.
Leaders of EU member states reached a deal on the €1.8 trillion budget and COVID-19 recovery fund after Poland and Hungary backed down from their opposition to tying the funds to the rule of law.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has filed a criminal complaint with Turkish authorities against Dutch far-right leader Geert Wilders following what he said was insulting content posted on ...
EU leaders get behind France’s president. Turkish leader strongly supported by Pakistan but Iran outlines its position with caution.
The so-called frugal states led by the Netherlands set conditions for the approval of the €750bn recovery fund to revive Europe's ailing economies. They want money to be withheld from countries that fail to live up to democratic standards.
When the biggest health crisis in a century hits, where would you prefer to be: the Netherlands or Georgia? Until very recently, almost no one would name the South Caucasus country as their choice.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said on April 26 he expects his country to join the Eurozone waiting room — the European Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM2) — within a year. Bulgaria, ...