civil society

Democracy Digest: Huge Military Layoffs in Hungary Spark Talk Of a ‘Purge’

A major scandal rocked opposition parties as it was confirmed that former PM candidate Peter Marki-Zay's Movement for Hungary and some opposition-allied organisations received funds totalling 4 billion forints (10 million euros) from abroad before the April 2022 election.

MEPs Bilcik, Nemec to visit Belgrade

BELGRADE - MEPs Vladimir Bilcik and Matjaz Nemec will be visiting Belgrade on January 26-27, their offices have confirmed to Tanjug.

Confirming the visit, the Serbian parliament said they would meet with Speaker Vladimir Orlic to discuss further cooperation between the National Assembly and the European Parliament.

Türkiye condemns Israel’s far-right minister’s visit to Al-Aqsa Mosque

Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu held a phone conversation with the minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, on Jan. 3 and discussed the latest developments in Afghanistan and the raid on Al-Aqsa Mosque.

"The end of war is not in sight. Putin showed us two things"

Shallenberg, in his address to the foreign policy committee of the Austrian Parliament, said that after the new escalation, it became clear that a peaceful solution is further than ever.
He also pointed out that a solution can only be reached at the negotiating table, adding that it is dangerous to reject a request for a truce as a ridiculous thing.