Member states of the Council of Europe

War – Day 249: Explosions resound; Russians attack; NATO sent an appeal to Putin

Russia's defense ministry said British naval personnel blew up the Nord Stream gas pipeline last month, directly accusing the NATO member of sabotaging key Russian infrastructure.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky says Russia's suspension of the Black Sea grain export agreement requires a "strong" response from the United Nations and the G20.

Greeks Travel every week to Bulgaria for Cheaper Food

Greeks travel every week to Bulgaria and North Macedonia for cheap food, according to a media survey of residents of northern Greece.

Dairy products from Bulgaria are most in demand, because the prices of these goods have risen on the Greek market by 40%, say the Greeks, who are again waiting at the Bulgarian border.

Scholz-Mitsotakis talks: arms, energy, Ukraine, Eastern Mediterranean and Turkish provocations

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz's scheduled talks with Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis in Athens on 27 October will cover a wide-ranging agenda from the war in Ukraine and the circular deal to send armoured vehicles to Kyiv, to further arms collaboration, the situation in the Eastern Mediterranean and energy (following the second illegal Turkey-Libya cooperation agreement recently) and Turkey'

Akar invites Greek defense minister to Türkiye


Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar has admitted that he invited his Greek counterpart, Nikolaos Panagiotopoulos, and his wife to Türkiye to create a positive atmosphere amid the increasing tension between the two countries.

"I invited Panagiotopoulos to Türkiye with his wife when we were in Brussels," Akar said during an exclusive interview on Oct. 20.