European Union leaders have granted the UK a six-month extension to Brexit, after late-night talks in Brussels.
The Bosnian Prosecution on Friday said it was probing suspicions that Security Minister Dragan Mektic had misused his office – which Mektic has attributed to the fact that he has called the prosecution office useless and corrupt.
Exclusive interview of Oleksii Kuropiatnyk, expert on national security issues, Maidan of foreign affairs Foundation (Kiev).
The meeting held between Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan on March 29 in Vienna is an excellent step to be back to a direct dialogue on resolving the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, Nathalie Goulet, French senator and vice-chair of the Senate’s Foreign Affairs Committee, told Trend March 30.
On 29 March 2019, representatives of the Rail Baltica Joint Venture RB Rail AS and the Spanish company IDOM Consulting, Engineering, Architecture signed the contract in Tallinn to commence the design services for the railway section from Pärnu to Rapla in Estonia. This is the first design contract signed for the main line of the Rail Baltica with six more to follow shortly.
Unofficial data shows Erdogan's AK Party lost Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir, as the country waits for the official results.
Speaking at a meeting of the European Council on Friday, Estonian Prime Minister Juri Ratas said that to increase prosperity and create new jobs, the single market which serves as the basis of Europe's economic growth needs to be strengthened in all areas.
MPs will be asked to vote again on Brexit on Friday but only on part of the deal negotiated with the EU.
Polish Prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki's visit to Lithuania is planned in early April.
Finland is due to formally join the Lithuania-initiated project for developing the European Union Cyber Rapid Response Teams (CRRTs).