CEE lender cites region’s outstanding resilience during the pandemic and the expected positive impact from the EU’s recovery fund.
Hungarian media reveal Gruevski set up his company in a Budapest suburb after fleeing North Macedonia to avoid serving a prison sentence.
Viktor Orban's government has refused to deny accusations that it used Israeli spyware to watch journalists and political opponents.
March draws 30,000 in protest against Fidesz's new law banning the depiction of homosexuality in schools.
Referendum widely seen as diversion from Pegasus wiretapping scandal and the suspension of recovery fund money from Brussels.
€8bn in EU grants could be held up because of dispute over Prime Minister Andrej Babis' continuing control of his Agrofert holding.
Ruling party to boycott parliamentary committee meeting on its alleged use of Israeli software to spy on journalists and opposition politicians.
At least 10 Hungarian lawyers, one opposition politician and five journalists' phone numbers are on the leaked list of potential targets.
The first half was particularly strong in the mid-market and smaller-ticket segment.
Poland’s government-controlled Constitutional Tribunal ruled on July 14 that the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has no authority over domestic regulations concerning the judiciary.
EC President Ursula Von der Leyen demands that Hungary amend its paedophilia law or it will face legal action.
Opposition parties that initiated the petition attack the verdict as well as the president's decision to refer the case to the Constitutional Court.
Russia’s Gazprom exported record volumes of gas to Europe during the first half of the year, despite recent claims in the press that the company has been withholding supply to jack up prices.
Hungarian premier becomes first EU premier on the list, which includes Vladimir Putin, Alexander Lukashenko and Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Tusk’s return is seen as a glimmer of hope for Poland’s biggest opposition party, Civic Platform, just over two years before the next general election.
The declaration marks another building block in the attempt to create a strong radical rightwing grouping in the European Parliament.
Prizes of up to PLN1mn are designed to boost vaccination numbers, which are still at only 35% of the population.
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'.
Thirteen EU states have condemned Hungary’s law in a joint statement, saying the anti-LGBT clauses of the bill violate the right to free expression.
Global inflationary pressures together with the fast recovery in the region from the pandemic are sparking fears that this could set off an inflationary spiral.