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Dozens injured in clashes between Kosovan police and ethnic Serb protesters.
Opposition fears the bill could be an attempt at eliminating former premier Donald Tusk from running in this autumn’s election under trumped-up allegations.
New clashes erupt in northern Kosovo where Serb protesters try to force their way into municipal offices in Zvecan.
The law, which still needs signing by President Andrzej Duda, will establish a commission with the power of barring individuals from holding public office for 10 years.
Leaders of the Eurasian Economic Union gathered in the Kremlin for a summit on May 25, as Russia takes over the chairmanship pursues a strategic break with Europe.
The New York Times reported on May 24 that US intelligence officials believe that Ukraine was behind the drone attack on the Kremlin in May, which Russia claimed was an assassination attempt on President Vladimir Putin.
Russian natural gas giant Gazprom has resolved to not pay its 2022 dividends, attributing the decision to the high interim dividend already paid and the extraordinary taxes that the pipeline export monopolist has had to pay.
Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin travelled to Beijing for a Sino-Russian trade forum to boost rapidly developing economic ties on May 24.
Azerbaijan can’t fully substitute for Russian gas at the pan-European level, but it can play a crucial role in promoting the energy security of individual states.
Inflationary pressures are easing in the wake of the economic slowdown.
Heavy investment into a few mega projects means that power-hungry Uzbekistan now has about 2.6 GW of green energy capacity, ahead of Kazakhstan – the first country in Central Asia to invest into renewable power.
Some observers conclude, however, that the big event produced lots of rhetoric and little action.
Saudi Arabia's ACWA Power has announced plans to construct green hydrogen and wind projects in Uzbekistan. In partnership with state-owned Uzkimyosanoat, it will implement green hydrogen projects ...
The Uzbek government is planning to privatise several state-owned enterprises by floating their shares on the Tashkent Stock Exchange (TSE) and has turned its attention to getting them ready, but the market remains narrow and shallow.
The scale of the country's methane emissions is becoming a major embarrassment, but the government seems unwilling to do anything about it. This and more in this week's Eurasianet Akhal-Teke bulletin.
Moldova’s statistics office reported that the country’s overall trade gap increased by 26% year on year to $1.23bn.
Beijing woos region at a time when Russia is too distracted by the Ukraine war to focus effectively on its backyard.
The first investments are due to begin in six counties in sub-Saharan Africa in 2025.
Bank’s Tehran representative office latest result of nations’ big push to expand ties to counter impacts of Western sanctions on their economies.