Outgoing Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte is leaving politics.
Rutte has announced that he will not be the leader of the list of his People's Party for Freedom and Democracy in the next early elections and is leaving politics. He made the announcement in parliament after his fourth government in a row fell last week over disagreements over migration policy.
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte's coalition government collapsed Friday over "insurmountable" differences on how to tackle migration, with elections expected in November.
Rutte, 56, the Netherlands' longest-serving leader and one of Europe's most experienced politicians, said days of crisis talks between the four parties failed to produce a deal.
BELGRADE - Speaking to reporters after a meeting with the PMs of The Netherlands and Luxembourg, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said the discussion had been quite sincere and had addressed topics that were not easy and that he had told them he was slightly scared over the situation in Kosovo-Metohija and the extent of Pristina's lack of responsibility.
Bulgaria will in all probability enter Schengen by the end of the year and the admission will be in two stages. In October, border control at the airports will be abolished, and in January 2024 - the ground control as well.
This was reported by the Brussels-based publication Euractiv, citing sources from diplomatic circles in Brussels, the Bulgarian parliament and the government.