Far-right stunt problematic for defence alliance as Turkey has doubled down on blocking Sweden and Finland’s bids to join bloc.
Ersin Tatar, president of unrecognised Turkish republic, says north will otherwise become more dependent on TurkeyTurkish-occupied northern Cyprus will become ever more dependent on Turkey, and the hydrocarbon reserves surrounding Read More
MEPs & Speaker of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia following the meeting in the Parliament
In the framework of the cooperation between the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia and the European Parliament, the Speaker of the National Assembly, Vladimir Orlic and MEPs Vladimir Read More
Turkey summoned the Danish ambassador and accused Denmark of endorsing a “hate crime” after an anti-Islam activist on Friday burned two copies of Islam’s holy book, the Quran, in a Read More
Opposition leader Alexis Tsipras describes Kyriakos Mitsotakis as mastermind of ‘a criminal network’Greece’s prime minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, has survived a no-confidence vote over a phone-tapping scandal that has shocked the Read More
SAN FRANCISCO — Newly released video footage and audio show Paul Pelosi’s violent confrontation last fall with a home intruder who described his plans to attack then-Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Read More
Permit for demonstration at which anti-Islam provocateur burned Muslim holy book was paid for by far-right journalist linked to Moscow-backed mediaThe Qur’an-burning incident in Stockholm that threatens Sweden’s bid to Read More
The Council today decided to prolong by six months, until 31 July 2023, the restrictive measures targeting specific sectors of the economy of the Russian Federation. These sanctions, first introduced Read More
Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic says future decisions to be based on Serbia’s “political and economic interests” as pressure to align with EU policy grows.
Germany and its European allies plan to send around 80 Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine in the coming weeks, according to Berlin, which announced the change of policy this week Read More