The European Union states have agreed to allow vaccinated tourists to enter the bloc, with no details yet on what vaccines would be accepted for entry.
Gerb's backing falls but There Are Such People and fellow political newcomers don't yet have enough support to oust the establishment parties.
Development bank steps in after messy dispute between two former owners of the Giurgiulesti port operator.
Agroserv Mariuta to list on the Bucharest Stock Exchange while Artesana takes out loan from CEC Bank as Romanians switch to local producers.
The German government has confirmed that the Biden administration will waive sanctions on the company overseeing the construction of Russia's Nord Stream 2 pipeline to Europe and its chief executive.
The Czech state plans to ask Brussels to reimburse the subsidies it has paid to Babis' companies. If the Commission refuses, the government can then go to the European Court of Justice.
Medical association chief says less testing may be reason for better data on infections. Russia, meanwhile, extends tourism flights ban.
Negotiators agree to return to national capitals to receive final instructions on red lines before definitive round of talks.
A day after a mega deal saw leading supermarket chain Magnit buy the third-largest chain Dixy, the fourth-largest player in the business Lenta announced it was buying smaller rival Billa to become the second-largest supermarket chain in Moscow.
Russian gas giant launches 16th lawsuit over gas sent to Transnistria — effectively a Russian subsidy for the separatist region.
Russia’s regional supermarket specialist and one of the two biggest chains Magnit is in a deal to take over rival Dixy and add over 2,500 supermarkets to its distribution network.
Montenegro has the best legal and policy environment for LGBTI people in the emerging Europe region, ILGA-Europe's latest Rainbow Europe Map shows.
An oil spill in the Komi Peninsula is four to five-times bigger than initially thought, and may flood into the Barents Sea on Russia’s north-eastern coast if unchecked, environmentalists warned on May 17.
Presidents of Croatia, Slovenia and aspiring EU members from the Western Balkans say enlargement is a "geopolitical necessity".
Investment bank’s analysis of 25 economies shows Turkish economy ranking worst of all, ahead of Argentina and Venezuela.
Canada and UK warn government actions that “negatively impact trade and foreign direct investment will further undermine already fragile economic livelihoods of the Kyrgyz people”.
Gergely Karacsony seen as having best chance of winning opposition primary and defeating Hungarian strongman Viktor Orban.
Ahead of Slovenia's 6-month EU presidency Borut Pahor says only entry of all six countries to the bloc would provide peace and stability in the region
Ukraine has signed off on €1.3bn worth of investment deals with France, the Ukrainian government said in a press release on May 13. The deal was signed during an official visit by French Economic and Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire to Kyiv.
Socialists and Communists aim to stop a landslide for President Maia Sandu's PAS in the July general election by appealing to voters with traditional values.