Central bank governor clashes with finance minister over who bears responsibility for the EU’s highest inflation.
Ruling Fidesz faction leader now uses "defamatory" film by Sweden’s public television as excuse for delaying Sweden's accession to Nato.
Slovakia's and Romania’s farming ministers have agreed with Kyiv on a licensing system for trading in grains.
Poland has been one of Ukraine's closest allies against Russia's aggression, but relations have soured over Ukrainian grain imports, which Poland says are hurting its farmers.
Ukraine has vowed to pursue legal action at the World Trade Organisation if any EU member states institute their own embargoes.
Population will decline below 9mn by 2043 from 9.63mn today and 10.7mn in 1980.
With a 400% increase in requests for emergency aid over the past two years, Commissioner for Crisis Management Lenarcic argued the EU's disaster response budget is insufficient.
Kyiv has said that it will take legal action against those EU member states that impose national bans against EU-wide trade rules.
"It is not right to do anything in foreign policy that harms the interests of other peoples," says Russian dictator who has fought a vicious war against Ukraine that is already being investigated for war crimes.
Marriage for all legislation made it to the second reading in the parliament in June for the first time in Czechia’s history.
Share of Russian crude oil imports into Czechia is the highest since 2012 at 65%.
Combined results of three opposition parties ranging from left to centre-right could give them the smallest possible majority of 231 seats.
Leaders of Slovenia, Croatia and the six Western Balkans countries will commit to reforms to improve the prospects for the Western Balkan states to join the EU by 2030.
Flood damages to KLS Ljubno in Slovenia have already led to the halting of production at Volkswagen’s plant in Portugal.
The now-ditched strategy provoked political controversy, as the still-powerful Polish mining lobby saw it as laying the groundwork for accelerating the energy transformation away from coal.
Market reacted strongly to the scale of the easing, pushing the zloty down by almost 2% against the euro and the US dollar.
Slovenia needs at least €5bn to pay for recovery and rebuilding after the worst floods in decades killed six people and caused massive damage to homes and businesses.
Meeting with Turkish counterpart Erdogan produces no tangible sign that Moscow is preparing to budge on allowing Ukrainian ships safe passage.
Floods in Slovenia, a major auto parts producer, are disrupting Europe's automotive supply chains.
In mechanical and electrical equipment, where Latvian exports to Russia fell by a quarter last year, growth in Kazakhstan, KyrgyzstanArmenia was between five and 12 times.