Arms diplomacy in the crossfire: The geopolitical chessboard of F-16s, F-35s, and Sweden’s NATO bid 

Since President Erdogan agreed in principle to enlargement at the NATO summit in Vilnius last July, we have witnessed a political back-and-forth on the Swedish issue reminiscent of the hustle and bustle of an oriental bazaar. 

Bulgaria’s Reaction to the Civil War in Russia

"The situation in Russia is dynamic, the situation is scarce. We need to know the real reasons for what is happening - whether Prigozhin's goal is the overthrow of Putin, or his old quarrels with the Ministry of Defense and the struggle for supremacy at the front." President Rumen Radev said this to the media today before the start of the Wachau Forum in Austria.

Russian Civil War: Putin threatened all those Guilty of Insurrection will Suffer Punishment

"What we see is a stabbing in the back of the state and the people". This was stated by the President of Russia Vladimir Putin in a statement to the Russian people, world agencies reported.

The statement followed the actions last night and this morning by Yevgeny Prigozhin, the head of Russia's private military company Wagner.

Belarus deal to take in Prigozhin puts him in an even more repressive nation

Russian mercenary boss Yevgeny Prigozhin was notorious for unbridled and profane challenges to authority even before the attempted rebellion that he mounted Saturday. The reported agreement for him to go into exile in Belarus would place him in a country where such behavior is even less acceptable than in his homeland.

Wagner chief vows to topple Russia top brass, says fighters 'ready to die'

The head of the Wagner mercenary group said on June 24 he had crossed into Russia with his forces to topple Moscow's military leadership, saying he and his 25,000 fighters were "ready to die".

Yevgeny Prigozhin, 62, said his forces, who have spearheaded much of Russia's offensive in Ukraine, had entered the southern Russian city of Rostov-on-Don and controlled its military sites.

"Rama has no credibility, he is close to Serbia"

The former chief negotiator of the so-called Kosovo in the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, Edita Tahiri characterized the draft of the CSM proposed by the Prime Minister of Albania as biased.
According to her, Edi Rama lost his credibility on the so-called Kosovo because he supports Serbia and is close to the President of Serbia, writes the Pristina press Kosovo online.