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Theresa May congratulates Mitsotakis on election win

British Prime Minister Theresa May has congratulated Kyriakos Mitsotakis on becoming Greek premier following New Democracy's victory in Sunday's snap election.
During a phone call on Tuesday, the two conservative leaders reportedly discussed recent developments in the Eastern Mediterranean. Mitsotakis reportedly stressed the EU's key role in the region.

The Final Two Candidates Who May Succeed Theresa May Will Be Announced Today

Today, the two candidates for the final vote as the leader of the British Conservative Party will become known. After the last third round, four candidates survived, including Boris Johnson, who will surely end up till the final round. The second one will be set between Jeremy Hunt, Michael Gow and Sajid Javid.

The Race for Theresa May's Post Officially Begins

British Prime Minister Theresa May resigned today. At 19:00 Bulgarian time the race for the leadership position of the Conservatives officially begins.

13 are the candidates for May's successor, and the procedure for choosing a new conservative leader will continue until the last week of July.

The new party leader will become Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

May, Macron and Hundreds of Veterans Mark 75 Years of The Normandy Landings

The celebrations in France for the 75th anniversary of the The Normandy landings will continue throughout the day. French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Theresa May have opened a memorial to commemorate the 22,442 British troops who died there in the summer of 1944. It is located in Ver-sur-Mer in the Calvados department and Normandy region of north-western France.