Meeting between Bosnian Serb leader and Serbian president held after rising tensions in Bosnia following Milorad Dodik's announcement that Serbs would withdraw from joint state-level institutions.
Hungarian election campaign starts early as Orban warns of Soros-led plot to return puppet master Gyurcsany to power.
The board of the Central Bank of Russia resolved to increase the key interest rate by 75 basis points to 7.5% at the policy meeting of October 22, making a hawkish move that surprised the market.
Move may prove to be nothing more than rhetoric. An election is not far off and Erdogan, under pressure on many fronts, is floundering in the opinion polls.
It is likely that it is just the second registered finding of such a phenomenon in the world this century – and the last one was also in Estonia.
Russian insurance company Renaissance Insurance Group announced the final price for its initial public offering (IPO) on Moscow Exchange of RUB120 ($1.69) per ordinary shares and completed its IPO on October 21.
Ruling PNL party plans to form a minority cabinet with the support of the ethnic Hungarian UDMR, and without their former partners, the USR.
Country nevertheless hasn’t achieved herd immunity as it faces sixth COVID-19 wave driven by delta variant, it adds.
Russian online bank Tinkoff has launched an e-commerce venture. The new platform, a constellation of services and tools designed to help entrepreneurs. To manage it the bank has hired Ilya Kretov, formerly eBay’s CEO for Global Emerging Markets.
Only half the population has been vaccinated and the least vaccinated regions also happen to be the most pro-government.
Leading Russian metallurgical company Metalloinvest signed off on a deal with a consortium of companies to build the world’s biggest hot briquetted iron plant, the preferred form of iron from which high quality steel can be produced.
USR's leader cabinet failed to secure support from any other party and was only backed by 88 MPs out of a total of 466.
Growth is predicted to fall to 3.7% in 2022 and 3.5% in 2023 because of base effects, monetary tightening and more significant external headwinds.
Ukraine will be able to fully supply itself with gas and abandon gas imports entirely within five years, Yuriy Vitrenko, chairman of the Ukraine’s national gas company Naftogaz said during a conference in Kyiv.
The number of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Russia has hit a record high of more than 34,000 new cases per day and the country’s death toll has surpassed 1,000 per day. The government has given the population a week off to stem the spread.
Advice reportedly seen in emails tells former employees who served British armed forces to “actively consider evacuating to a third country”. Former UK government aid programme manager calls situation “morally indefensible”.
Stork's Nest case to return to haunt outgoing premier as he heads for opposition benches.
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki defends Polish position in European Parliament as European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen warns that the EU will not hesitate to withhold funding.
Highest-ever COVID-19 infection figures force government to consider month-long lockdown.
Naftogaz says Nord Stream 2 cannot be certified because it does not fully comply with European legislation.