Numerous experts appointed by Kiril Petkov's reformist former government have been removed since the change of government in June, undermining the fight against corruption.
The plans mark a major shift in EPH's strategy, which had been to bet that the green transition would take longer than expected.
Romanian central bank's rate hike exceeds expectations as near-term inflation outlook worsens amid faster growth rates anticipated for natural gas, electricity and food.
The National Bank of Poland left its reference interest rate unchanged at 6.75%, despite inflation accelerating to 17.2% y/y in September.
Lukashenko has now officially admitted a certain participation by Belarus in Russia’s war in Ukraine, likely due to increased pressure from Putin for more political support. Now Lukashenko is drawing himself even deeper into Putin’s war.
‘Kamikaze’ drone attacks were reported 80 km from Kyiv in the city of Bila Tserkva on the night of October 4. The drones are allegedly part of the Iranian-made Shahed series, which Russia has used on the battlefields since September.
Spolu politicians have admitted previously that endorsing just one candidate could be seen as a curse, for that person could become a target for voter anger over the soaring cost of living.
Former coalition partner and SaS leader Richard Sulik says he is now ready to discuss early elections.
The head of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) resigned on October 4 citing health-related reasons.
A "rat king" is a collection of rats whose tails are intertwined and bound together, either with hair or sticky substances or by getting tied together.
Critics slam President Iohannis’s decision to appoint his adviser as education minister as he seeks to rescue widely-criticised Educated Romania project.
Defeat for Bakir Izetbegovic but other leading nationalist politicians like Milorad Dodik appear to be heading for victory with 50% of votes now counted.
Ruling Georgian Dream party says founder Bidzina Ivanishvil will not fall under new planned bill.
Agreement helps ease pressure on Hungary’s widening current account deficit and steady the sinking forint.
The US Treasury has announced additional sanctions in response to Russia’s "fraudulent" referenda and subsequent annexations of the occupied regions of Ukraine, with the SDN list now including the Central Bank of Russia Governor Elvira Nabiullina.
While last week's mobilisation scare from Belarus appears to be a false alarm, Belarus is helping Russia prepare for renewed attacks along the lines of Ukraine's border with Belarus.
Ukrainian troops liberated several settlements over the weekend in the east, including a critical victory in the city of Lyman on 1 October, just days after Russia announced the annexation of Russian-controlled territories in Ukraine.
Joe Biden issues statement saying he is "gravely concerned" at reports of an "intensifying violent crackdown on peaceful protestors".
Months of badgering by Western leaders counted for nought this week as OPEC+ announced a 2mn bpd quota reduction that serves to bolster prices and cover up issues raising production.
Seven parties have passed the 4% threshold and will enter Bulgaria’s new parliament, making the formation of a ruling coalition a virtually impossible task.