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Czech, Slovak PMs warn of European fragmentation

Slovak Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini warned the European Union risks fragmentation unless Brussels does not start respecting member state’s interests. “We can see the risk...

Has Europe just swerved to the right?

On February 19, the day Germany’s Social Democratic Party (SPD) members held an internal vote in order to express their views about the party’s...

Austrian EU presidency targets migration

Austria’s Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, whose country is preparing to take up the upcoming European Union presidency in July, said he will take the same...

Czech PM talks migration with Juncker

Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš warned that the debate on the European asylum system reform might drag on until mid-2018. He told reporters after meeting...

Ankara proves more effective than Washington in lobbying Albania

Turkey appears to have greater diplomatic leverage in Albania than Washington these days. The UN General Assembly Resolution condemning Washington’s move of the US Embassy...

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EU countries at work to restart diplomatic relations with Afghanistan

European countries may be on the verge of reopening...

Scholz’s Serbia visit a bid for lithium deal to back German car industry

Chancellor Olaf Scholz visits Serbia tomorrow in search of...

HR Borrell meets Serbia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs

The High Representative/Vice President, Josep Borrell, met with the...

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