Vučić in Tirana: "I will adhere to principles of National Security Council of Serbia"

"We have several proposals for a declaration, we'll see... The only thing I can say is that I will stick to the principles adopted by the National Security Council of the Republic of Serbia two years ago," Vui told the gathered journalists.

SYRIZA decides against inner party elections

The inner party thriller in the main opposition SYRIZA party concluded on Sunday noon, with the Congress deciding not to go to leadership elections. "We are not heading to elections-the masks have fallen," declared the party leader Stefanos Kasselakis. An unprecedented toxic party congress preceded that, marked by crowd uproar and political back-and forth.

The many faces of SYRIZA on stage

Stefanos Kasselakis, the leader of leftist SYRIZA, adopted a "postmodern" approach last Thursday in his appearance at the party's 4th Congress. Alone on a large stage, with a crimson backdrop and a long, narrow, Instagram-style screen, constantly broadcasting his image in a steady shot. He spoke with ease but also with some nervousness, which is rather likable in a first-timer.

US to level more sanctions as Russia claims fresh gains in Ukraine

The United States plans to impose sanctions Friday on more than 500 targets involved in Russia's war in Ukraine, as Moscow claims fresh battlefield advances two years after its invasion.

Ukraine, grappling with hold-ups to much-needed Western military aid, has been pushed back from the front line in recent months.

Is European defense becoming a necessity?

As Western leaders gathered in Munich this weekend for the Munich Security Conference, warnings about Russian President Putin's possible next moves were mixed with Europe's growing concerns that it could soon be abandoned by the United States as aid to Ukraine is stalled in Congress and former President Trump casts doubts on America's commitment to NATO.

Focus on Greece: From the strategic dialogue with the US to the letter of assurances

Greece's Kathimerini newspaper just reported on the contents of the final draft of a letter from the State Department to Congress that implies that the F-16 and F-35 sales to Turkey and Greece come with conditions, refuting Ankara's narrative that no such letter existed.

Politico: After the fall of Avdiivka, the West must prevent the collapse of Ukraine

This is written by the American publication Politico, referring to some congressmen and officials.
"Now the plan, as eight US lawmakers and five foreign officials have stated or complained in interviews, is simply to prevent the collapse of the Ukrainian military, Politico reports.