Bulgarian state railways BDZ has included in its new schedule two “fast trains” connecting Sofia and Budapest via Romania. The new schedule took effect on December 14 2014. The train […]
Russian president Vladimir Putin’s announcement, in Ankara on December 1, that Moscow would scrap it plans to build the South Stream gas pipelin ...
A national consultation will be launched in January on the subject of internet services, including the financial aspects, Hungarian prime minister Vik ...
Hungary’s local elections on October 12 delivered few surprises as Fidesz consolidated its power and the left-wing conceded ground to Jobbik. Turno ...
Victoria Nuland, assistant US secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, has again criticised, in a speech held in Washington, leaders in Central and Eastern Europe who, taking advantage […]
Hungary’s natural gas transmission company FGZS suspended gas supplies to Ukraine on the eve of September 26 talks in Berlin between the European Commission, Ukraine and Russia intended to find […]
The municipal elections across Hungary on October 12 are unlikely to see national conservative governing party Fidesz repeat its landslide victory in the same polls four years ago, which included […]
The Democratic Union of Magyars in Romania (UDMR), the sole party representing the Hungarian ethnic minority in the Romanian parliament, will soon submit a bill that proposes the creation of […]
The Balkan flood has slipped out of the media spotlight but the devastation remains. Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia need billions of dollars for reconstruction after the catastrophe that killed […]
Twelve European Union member states in Central and Eastern Europe voted in European Parliament elections between May 23 and May 25, with three more holding domestic elections as well. A […]