The new head of state will be picked in a run-off vote between two largely centre-right contenders who are seen as likely to just fine-tune "Iron Lady" Dalia Grybauskaite’s legacy, not overturn it.
Political parties have been doing their utmost to rally voters for the Sunday vote in hope that a good result will set off a wave on which they will ride to a victorious night this autumn, when the national election takes place.
Following domestic political scandals in several Central and Southeast European member states, many voters just want to give their ruling parties a kicking in this week's EU-wide vote.
The revelation comes only a few days before the election to the European Parliament, which the fiercely anti-government newspaper hopes the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) will lose.
Sev.en Energy won tender to buy the operator of CHP plants in Kladno a Zlin after it announced an ambitious programme of international expansion.
After coming in a humiliating third place in the presidential poll, Saulius Skvernelis says he will stand down if his party also performs poorly in the European Parliament election next week.
"You're respected all over Europe ... a little bit controversial, but that's okay,” US president tells Hungary’s illiberal prime minister.
Two centre-right economists lead the polls ahead of Sunday's vote, as Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis trails in third place.
Orban's close associate Lorinc Meszaros is ranked second on list that also includes PM's son-in-law Istvan Tiborcz and Istvan Garancsi, the owner of the premier's favourite football team.
New strategy based on nuclear and renewable energy aims to cut greenhouse gas emissions by as much as 85% compared to 1990 levels by 2050.
Budapest opened talks on rescheduling the Russian loan for the Paks expansion when it became clear that the new blocks would not start operations in 2025-2026 as originally planned.
Tusk warns against fuelling “political civil war” amid speculation about his return to domestic politics to lead the opposition’s charge against PiS.
While their political parties are from different families, it’s clear that the two leaders see eye-to-eye on some important fundamental issues as they meet ahead of this month's European Parliament elections.
Warsaw wants the EU to devolve more powers to national governments and opposes deeper integration of some – mostly Western – member states in specific policy areas.
Estonia’s IT and foreign trade minister Marti Kuusik resigned after allegations surfaced linking him to domestic violence.
Russia’s expenditure falls for a second year, even though Moscow fears are driving defence outlays elsewhere. Turkey committed a league-topping 24% more while Iran spent 9.5% less on its armed forces as US tightened economic noose.
RM International, a company owned by Lorinc Meszaros, is part of the consortium picked to upgrade the railway line connecting Budapest and Belgrade.
Foreign policies based on democracy export are "counter-productive" and "destabilising", says Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban as he pursues deeper ties with Beijing.
The Financial Analytical Authority (FAU) uncovered a record number of fraudulent transactions of CZK7.55bn in 2018. The volume of secured funds related to corruption, money laundering, tax fraud and terrorist financing recorded a rapid year-on-year i