Poland emerges as key player in EU’s energy supply, challenging Germany’s leadership
Poland’s energy dominance threatens Germany’s economic and political clout in the region.
Turkey drops its opposition of Finland NATO membership
The move by Turkey to drop its opposition to Finland’s NATO membership has broader implications for NATO’s relationship with Russia.
Poland issues 55,000 visas helping Belarusian tech workers escape political repression
Since the visa scheme was launched in 2020, over 55,000 visas have been issued, allowing Belarusians to work in Poland and bring family members with them.
Ukraine conflict and sanctions on Russia pose significant threat to global economy, says IMF
The economic impact of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine is not limited to the two countries.
Poland foils Russian sabotage plot targeting Ukraine supply lines
Polish security services arrest nine Russian agents on suspicion of supply lines sabotage.
Russia threatens to destroy Ukraine’s jets following Poland and Slovakia’s pledge
Russia threatens to destroy jets pledged by Poland and Slovakia.
EU must embrace new members for strength, says Lithuanian President
Lithuania’s president Gitanas Nausėda continues to voice support for Ukraine, urges EU to accept Moldova and Georgia.
Council of Europe Secretary General visits Latvia
The discussions centered around strengthening democracy, human rights, and the rule of law across Europe.
Poland moves to send fighter jets to Ukraine, puts pressure on other NATO members
Poland has pledged to send four MiG-29 fighter jets to Ukraine, marking the first time a NATO member has done so. The move is seen...
Canadian troops in Latvia to fast-track purchase of advanced military equipments
The Canadian military has announced plans to fast-track the purchase of new anti-tank missiles, air defense systems, and counter-drone equipment for its battlegroup in Latvia...
Latvia sends impounded cars to Ukraine to aid war efforts
Latvia sends its impounded cars to support war efforts in Ukraine.
The Swiss model: how it avoids double-digit inflation while others struggle
Switzerland’s inflation peaked at 3.5% in 2022, below the global average.