Member states of the Council of Europe

State of stupor

The upcoming European Parliament, regional and local elections are important on many different levels. They are nevertheless not more significant than the escalating threats against the country's national sovereignty.

Diplomats unimpressed by Turkish East Med briefing

In the latest sign of Turkey's expansionist ambitions in the Eastern Mediterranean, representatives of foreign diplomatic missions in Ankara - including a Greek Embassy official - who were briefed about the country's plans for offshore drilling operations were shown maps that violated the sovereign territory of Greece and Cyprus.

PM Dancila: Romania's economy, on upward trend and to continue to grow at a high pace

Romania's economy is on an upward trend and will continue to grow at a high pace, according to the first results published by the National Institute of Statistics regarding the economic activity in March and the first quarter of this year, Prime Minister Viorica Dancila said on Tuesday.

In China on state visit, Pavlopoulos calls for respect of Cyprus’ sovereign rights

Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos on Monday met with China's Li Zhanshu, chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC) during a state visit to China, state-run Athens-Macedonia (ANA-MPA) news agency reports.

Pavlopoulos discussed Greece's key foreign policy issues, particularly the Cyprus problem, ANA-MPA said.

Bulgarian President Expects New Dynamics in Relations with North Macedonia

Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev who is the only EU President who held a bilateral meeting in Skopje with North Macedonia's new President Stevo Pendarovski called on the Joint Bulgaria-North Macedonia Multidisciplinary Expert Commission to speed up its activity.

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