Defence ministry says no signs Moldova is in danger after The Times reported Russia has already decided to attack the Moldovan separatist republic of Transnistria.
Zoltan Kovacs, Hungary’s State Secretary for International Communications, says Budapest remains opposed to proposals to ban the import of Russian crude oil and natural gas into the EU.
The Russian finance ministry said it has paid $564.8mn and $84.4mn in foreign currency for 2022 and 2042 eurobonds to the paying agent of the London branch of Citibank.
Kazakhstan is set to become the new Turkey, according to enthusiastic sales pitches from Russian travel agencies.
The jailed former Economics Minister Alexei Ulyukayev will be released from prison early, a court in Tver ruled on April 28. Ulyukayev was the first government minister to be arrested after accepting a $2mn bribe from Rosneft CEO Igor Sechin.
Russian oligarch Vladimir Potanin's Interros will acquire a 35% stake in bank TCS Group from the family trust of its founder Oleg Tinkov.
Slovak Economy Minister Richard Sulik said the answer to this question would be made public "in due course".
Conservative head of Czech Catholic church causes outrage by asking public not to condemn Russian soldiers for atrocities they commit on Ukrainian women.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is in Ukraine to meet President Zelenskiy. He started his visit by going to towns near Kyiv which saw particularly heavy fighting and were the sites of alleged atrocities by Russian soldiers.
US President Joe Biden asked Congress on April 28 to approve a massive $33bn for new funding for Ukraine, two thirds of which will be spent on weapons. On the same day lawmakers in Germany voted overwhelmingly to send Ukraine heavy weapons.
Montenegro’s parliament approved the new government led by Dritan Abazovic, whose main goal is to unblock the country’s EU-related reforms.
Kyrgyzstan had hoped its own acquisition of the same drones last year would give it a strategic edge over Tajikistan.
The Visegrad Group of four Central European countries is in “deep freeze” because of the Hungarian-Polish split over the Ukraine war, says Sciences Po professor.
Series of attacks in Russia-backed separatist region raised fears that Transnistria — and Moldova — could be dragged into the war in neighbouring Ukraine.
Commission cites Hungary's systemic irregularities and deficiencies in the management of EU funds and its lack of anti-graft measures.
Ukrainian-born vice president of Gazprombank Igor Volobuev says that he has returned to his homeland to take up arms against the Russian military. He also suggested that a former colleague from Gazprombank did not commit suicide, but was murdered.
French carmaker Renault will transfer its 68% stake in Russia’s largest carmaker AvtoVaz to the state for a symbolic price one ruble and a five-year option to get the asset back.
Russian GDP forecast to fall by 9-15% this year, while Ukraine's economy could collapse by 38-45%.
Russian art activists continue to protest against the invasion of Ukraine by placing small figures holding anti-war placards across the country.
A deal with Poland could help allow Germany to agree to EU sanctions on Russian oil exports, leaving Hungary isolated as the main opponent of tightening pressure on the Kremlin.