Poland’s President Andrzej Duda and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdoğan agreed on Wednesday that diplomatic efforts to resolve the conflict in Ukraine must continue, following a meeting between the two leaders in Ankara. In a joint press conference, Erdoğan revealed that he had discussed current Polish-Turkish relations with Duda at length and explored ways […]
The United States is only one decision away from sending large transports of armaments to Ukraine, but many other states have already done so, writes Andrzej Łomanowski in his analysis for ‘Rzeczpospolita’ daily
Even though the Afghan refugee wave has barely begun, there are already 100,000 migrants on the Balkans route, János Halász, deputy caucus leader of Hungary’s ruling conservative Fidesz party, told daily Magyar Hírlap
The European Union membership of Turkey seems distant after the European parliament decided to cancel financial aid for the country. The initial 70 million euros reserved for the country has been redirected.
The Turkish financial crisis is starting to affect Europe, especially the banking industry. Despite the fact that the Turkish government is late with its countermeasures the Eurozone and Slovakia will probably avoid the crisis.
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