Ukraine and Russia have reached an agreement on natural gas transit from early January "in principle", Vice-President of the European Commission Maros Sefcovic said following the trilateral talks in Berlin on December 19.
The government in Sofia hopes to finish the project within 10 years at a cost of up to €10bn, but critics question its economic viability.
Rapid slashing of benchmark interest rate by half driving up loan growth but finding companies willing to borrow is proving to be a struggle.
The business associations of Ukraine united in a joint statement to call on President Volodymyr Zelenskiy to protect the independence and staff of the National Bank of Ukraine.
The chances of no gas transit deal being struck between Ukraine and Russia before the December 31 deadline is “99% certain” Ukrainian officials told leading gas producer JKF.
MPs are expected to vote in favour of an anti-defamation package regulating the media that has drawn strong criticism from NGOs, the opposition and international organisations.
Supreme Court warning marks a new crisis in the Polish government’s already very strained relationship with the country’s judges.