Slovakia, as an EU member, “is aware of complications that hamstring ties between the EU and Russia, but also holds its own views on how relations with Russia should look, said Pellegrini.
The Prague Stock Exchange experienced the most significant daily slump since the Brexit referendum in June 2016. The PX Index weakened by 2.81% to 1,058.69 points, to its lowest value since the end of October 2019, due to coronavirus concerns.
The murders were unprecedented in the modern history of Slovakia, causing a wave of massive protests in the country and resulting in then prime minister and chair of the ruling Smer-SD party Robert Fico stepping down.
The financing will go primarily to strengthen energy security across the initiative’s countries, which consider it necessary to end, or at least reduce, dependence on Russia as an energy supplier.
Poland’s share in the EU’s just transition project should be cut in half to €1bn unless Warsaw signs up to the 2050 climate neutrality goal, European Council President Charles Michel has proposed.
Mining unions at Poland’s biggest hard coal miner Polska Grupa Gornicza (PGG) went on a two-hour warning strike on February 17.
The presidential contest could upend Poland’s politics overnight if incumbent President Andrzej Duda fails to win re-election.
Viktor Orban says preserving jobs will remain the most important task in 2020 and beyond, and makes surprise climate announcement.
The four blocks of the Paps nuclear power plant accounted for nearly half of the gross electricity generated in the country.
Indigo Partners reduced its share in Central Europe's leading discount carrier from 20.6% to 3.4%.
French President Emmanuel Macron ended his two-day tour of Poland on February 4, as the two big members of the EU sought an end to their icy relationship post-Brexit.
The Hungarian prime minister complained that the basic idea of the EU's 2021-2027 draft budget is unfair and contains changes that aim to shift money from poorer member states to richer ones.
Polska Grupa Weglowa, the largest coal mining company in Poland and the European Union, is unprepared for a market downturn, a report by the state audit body NIK said.
Fermi Energia is looking to develop Estonia's first source of nuclear energy in the 2030s, but environmental groups say it would pose “significant risks” to the environment and be economically unfeasible.