Orban: Ukraine cannot Win the War with Russia

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said today that Ukraine cannot win the war with Russia, calling for negotiations with Moscow to end the conflict, "AFP" reported.

The Hungarian leader, who is at odds with other members of the European Union on the issue of that war and refuses to provide military aid to his Ukrainian neighbor, repeated his calls for a ceasefire.

Ljubljana lit up as work of art

Light installations exploring the subject of space have transformed Ljubljana into a venue of modern art for a month as the Lighting Guerilla festival is back in town for the 17th year.

Opening outside the Vžigalica (Match) Gallery opposite the Kržanke open-air theatre late on 22 May, the festival is running until the Summer Museum Night on 17 June.

Fighting in Russia as Ukraine 'sabotage' group crosses border

Moscow said Monday that its troops were battling a Ukrainian "sabotage" group that infiltrated the southern Russian region of Belgorod as locals fled the latest bout of fighting in the troubled territory.

In a first since the start of Moscow's invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, Russian authorities introduced an "anti-terror regime" in Belgorod.

Dacic: There was no pronounced pressure on Serbia

BRUSSELS - Serbian FM Ivica Dacic said in Brussels on Monday there had been no pressure on Serbia at his meeting with EU and Western Balkan FMs earlier in the day and that he was pleasantly surprised that nearly all EU FMs had spoken about a need for the Western Balkans to join the bloc as soon as possible within concrete timeframes.

Armenia is ready to recognize Nagorno-Karabakh as part of Azerbaijan - Under One Condition

Armenia is ready to recognize the territorial integrity of Azerbaijan, which includes Nagorno-Karabakh, but on the condition that the security of the Armenian population is guaranteed. This was announced at a press conference on Monday by the Prime Minister of Armenia, Nikol Pashinyan. If this happens, it will be a historic decision that will end the decades-long conflict in the Caucasus.