THE Chief Minister spoke to Committee 24 at the United Nations in New York after having to hurriedly rewrite his speech following a statement concerning sovereignty.
"Almost ten years after signing the Treaty, and seven years after my departure from politics, I know for sure that the support for the Lisbon Treaty was unnecessary," writes Mirek Topolánek.
Romania’s centre-right opposition National Liberal Party is to choose a new leader on Saturday, seeing new opportunities for itself in the unfolding crisis that is gripping the ruling Social Democrats.
The “proud negotiations” that Alexis Tsipras keeps talking about were completed on Thursday night with Greece agreeing to prolonged austerity measures and without getting what the prime minister has been promising Greek people ever since he set foot in Maximos Mansion.
New Europol report warns that the Balkan region remains vulnerable to Islamist terrorism - and remains a well-established route to and from the conflict zones for terrorist fighters.
Within the framework of the Kazakh-Ukrainian Business Council, an agreement was reached between the two countries on export-import cooperation.
Commission moves against Poland, Hungary and Czech Republic, which have not cooperated with relocation agreement
The European Union on June 15 agreed to offer Moldova 100 million euros in economic aid provided it steps up anti-corruption efforts.
Poland handed over the year-long rotating presidency of the Visegrad Group (V4) to Hungary at a ceremony in Warsaw on Monday.
Reasons for Montenegro’s Accession to NATO