Serbian Prime Minister-Elect Aleksandar Vucic vowed to cut spending and avoid debt restructuring before a vote on his government as he begins work on an international aid accord and European Union membership.
European Union governments will hold further discussions in June about a proposal to make supply in the world’s biggest carbon market more flexible, according to two people with direct knowledge of the matter.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been embroiled in a corruption scandal that helped send the country’s currency to an all-time low. It hasn’t discouraged foreign oil companies eyeing the country’s shale gas reserves.
Hungarians are voting in a general election, with Prime Minister Viktor Orban set to extend his rule after four years of rule during which his power centralization triggered clashes with the European Union.
Hungarians head to the polls today in a general election, with Prime Minister Viktor Orban leading opinion polls after four years of rule during which his power centralization triggered clashes with the European Union.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, whose centralization of power triggered confrontations with the European Union over the past four years, is set for an election victory that may silence critics at home and abroad.
NATO accused Russia of spreading “propaganda” about its reach in Europe as President Barack Obama signed legislation imposing sanctions on Russians for the incursion in Crimea and economic aid for Ukraine.