Opposition parties enter election protocol to endorse independent presidential candidate

Endorsement groups for independent candidate in this autumn's presidential election Mircea Diaconu will be established at county levels, according to a protocol establishing the ALDE - Pro Romania Electoral Alliance, signed by the national leaders of the two opposition parties on Wednesday.

Macron: Europe Cannot be Stable Without Russia

The West to lend a hand to Russia and do its best to restore good relations with it. This was stated by the French president in a foreign policy speech in Paris.

Emmanuel Macron's thesis is that Europe will never be stable and safe unless it comes closer to Russia. He noted that Moscow's repulsion was a strategic mistake and that sanctions were not in Europe's interest.

‘Mafia State’ Slovakia Struggles to Root Out Corruption

For many Slovaks, the texts are a reminder of the sheer depth of corruption in a country still reeling from the shooting of 27-year-old Kuciak and his fiancée in Bratislava in February 2018.

They see the texts as proof that Kocner, who was already in custody when he was charged with ordering Kuciak's murder, thought he was above the law, though he denies any wrongdoing.

Sofia Mayor: There is no Obstacle to the Construction of a New Facility in Place of the Bulgarian Army Stadium

There is no obstacle for CSKA-Sofia to build a new stadium in place of the Bulgarian Army, said Sofia Mayor Yordanka Fandakova. The topic was one of the key issues when discussing the plan of Boris Garden.

According to Sofia Mayor the City is a Vibrant and Active and it Needs Good Conditions for Sports

Sofia is a vibrant and active city where people love to play sports, and it is our job to provide the conditions for this, as well as to support and organize events related to active lifestyles and to continue to build sports infrastructure, Sofia Mayor Yordanka Fandakova said at a press conference on the programme and priorities of the Sofia - European Capital of Sport Foundation in 2020, a 

President Iohannis, UK PM Johnson discuss Romanian-British relations, Brexit in phone conversation

President Klaus Iohannis had a telephone conversation with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday, focusing on relations between the two countries as well as the UK withdrawal from the European Union, according to the Presidential Administration.