Russians so confident they’d seize Kyiv, they had packed their parade uniforms

"Peter the Great talked about a Russian window on Europe. Putin just smashed that window," says Mark Beissinger, Henry W. Putnam Professor in the Department of Politics at Princeton University and an expert in social movements and post-communist politics, who addressed an audience of academics and students at the Princeton Athens Center on May 29.

Bulgaria will No Longer Stop Ammunition that it Produced to go to Ukraine

Bulgaria will no longer set conditions for ammunition produced on its territory, intended for other countries, not to go to Ukraine.

This became clear from the answer that the Minister of Defense Todor Tagarev gave to a question of Bulgarian media "Club Z".

Tagarev participated in a two-day meeting of NATO defense ministers in Brussels.

Petkovic informs Lajcak of Kurti's violent moves

BELGRADE - The head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija Petar Petkovic said on Friday an entry into the Leposavic municipal building by a minister of the Pristina interim authorities was a fresh provocation and that he had informed the EU special envoy for the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, Miroslav Lajcak, of Pristina's intent to also get ethnic Albanian assembly members into the

Tourism is in need of shifts

Greece needs to immediately upgrade its infrastructure, as well as the proper management of individual destinations of Greece, the new president of the Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE), Giannis Paraschis, said during the presentation of Kathimerini's Reimagine Tourism in Greece initiative on Wednesday.

NATO will intervene? "We see indications; Troops have been sent in a Kosovo base"

Petr Bystron, who is also a member of the Bundestag, stated in an interview for Russia Today Balkan that the bombing of the FR Yugoslavia in 1999 was a violation of international law and a sin, as well as that this illegal war led to the violent secession of a part of the sovereign country, the former Yugoslavia.