Tashkent holds firmly to ‘No’ but Putin underlines difficulty of Afghanistan situation by saying intelligence indicates 2,000 Islamic State members may be present in north of country alone.
Investigative reporting outlet also finds clear signs of nephews’ wealth in UAE with 16 apartments acquired in Dubai.
The government-appointee is monitoring the case of Gulnara Karimova, the jailed daughter of the late former president, but that may not be enough to assuage concerns.
Contenders for Skopje mayor use televised debate to criticise ruling party over uncompleted infrastructure projects.
London-listed Adriatic Metals owns the Vares silver project in Bosnia and the Raska zinc deposit in Serbia.
Military hospitals expand capacity to treat COVID-19 patients and neighbouring countries offer help.
Bond issue planned to support state budget despite strong rise in debt-to-GDP ratio since start of the pandemic.
PM says he has not yet decided whether to accept the nomination and he is ready to go into opposition.
Moldova has been paying high spot prices to Gazprom since October 1, when the Russian gas company also cut the gas supplies by one third.
Largest alternative energy supplier hands back its licence after energy price rise makes model uneconomic.
Leading Russian metallurgical company Metalloinvest has hired Alexander Blumhardt and Manfred Grundke from the global construction materials group Knauf, to serve on the board as independent directors to boost the company’s corporate governance.
Police and smugglers injured in shootout as officers seize smuggled goods worth hundreds of thousands of euros.
Low wind power output in Europe has played a role in causing the current gas supply crisis in Europe, Russian president Vladimir Putin said in speech on October 13.
Peter Kazimir is the most high-profile figure from the former centre-left Smer government targeted by the current rightwing government's anti-corruption drive.
Annual CEE Strategic Transformation Index puts Slovenia top in CEE (after Austria), followed by Czechia and Poland.
EU’s pro-nuclear member states want nuclear energy to be included in the bloc's green taxonomy as a way to ameliorate climate change.
Sinking currency partly reflective of president Erdogan’s “failure to accept economic gravity” says one analyst.
All three Baltic states are currently among the EU's worst affected countries.
Russia is home to a fifth of the planet’s forests, more than any other country in the world by a comfortable margin. But the country’s share in the global forest products market is just 4%, according to the UN.
Czech Republic's dominant carmaker says it will significantly reduce or completely halt its production at all three of its plants from October 18 until the end of this year.