The German threesome, led by the SPD, is expecting a government in December

The German threesome, led by the SPD, is expecting a government in December

BERLIN, October 21 (dpa) – The SPD, the Greens and the FDP want to form their tripartite government in Germany in the second week of December, thus finally ending the era of the conservative Angela Merkel. 16 years at the helm of the Chancellery. The formations that were called to form the so-called “traffic light…

France reports the death of a senior official from an al-Qaeda-affiliated group in a bomb attack in Mali.  known

France reports the death of a senior official from an al-Qaeda-affiliated group in a bomb attack in Mali. known

The French army announced the death of a senior official from Katiba Gourma-Serma, an armed group integrated into the Support Group for Islam and Muslims (JNIM), in a bomb attack in Mali on Thursday. The Ministry of the Army said in a statement that the suspect, Naser al Tergui, was in a vehicle with four…

Activists and journalists at a women’s protest in Kabul.  attacked

Activists and journalists at a women’s protest in Kabul. attacked

Several activists and journalists were attacked this Thursday in a protest led by dozens of women in the Afghan capital, Kabul, calling for girls’ access to education and more job opportunities for women. The protest, in which around 20 women took part, has led to incidents in which the Taliban have started beating and attacking…

Lukashenko approves draft law to draw the border with Poland

Lukashenko approves draft law to draw the border with Poland

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko on Thursday approved a bill to sign a treaty with Poland on the territorial demarcation line, which defines the border line between the two countries as the basis for negotiations between the parties. In a presidential decree, the Belarusian government announced its approval of the negotiations between the foreign ministries of…

Orban says it is “ridiculous” to sanction Poland for being “right” in its legal battle with the EU

Orban says it is “ridiculous” to sanction Poland for being “right” in its legal battle with the EU

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban assured on Thursday that it would be “ridiculous” to impose sanctions on Poland because Warsaw is “right” in arguing that their national legislation is over in powers not attributed to them Community law stands the EU. “Sanctions are not necessary, which is ridiculous,” said Orban, a traditional ally of Poland…

Sánchez, Merkel and Macron will meet with the Polish Prime Minister before the Summit of Heads of State or Government

Sánchez, Merkel and Macron will meet with the Polish Prime Minister before the Summit of Heads of State or Government

The Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez, the German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the French President Emmanuel Macron will meet for bilateral meetings with the Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki before the summit of the EU heads of state and government, on which exactly the authoritarian drift of Warsaw. In addition, hours before the start of the…

Lithuania fears that the “punishment” of Poland from the EU will fuel the “anti-European sentiment”

Lithuania fears that the “punishment” of Poland from the EU will fuel the “anti-European sentiment”

The Lithuanian government has warned of possible collateral effects that would mean a “punishment” of Poland by the European Commission, as it assumes that this will happen in a country which, according to surveys, is still predominantly pro-European. Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis understands that “Poland would be easily punished” for its alleged drift against…

Sánchez discusses the rise in the price of electricity with Michel and Von der Leyen before the summit of heads of state and government

Sánchez discusses the rise in the price of electricity with Michel and Von der Leyen before the summit of heads of state and government

The Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez met with the President of the European Council, Charles Michel, and the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, this Thursday before attending the summit of EU heads of state and government, which was about to escalate Energy will discuss prices. In two bilateral meetings, Sánchez addressed “the…

Russia regards the awarding of the Sakharov Prize to the Russian opponent Alexei Navalni as “degradation”

Russia regards the awarding of the Sakharov Prize to the Russian opponent Alexei Navalni as “degradation”

The Russian government has described the European Parliament’s awarding of the Sakharov Prize to the controversial Russian activist and opponent Alexei Navalni as “degrading”. Kremlin spokesman Dimitri Peskov has transferred that “such decisions significantly devalue the meaning of the word ‘Sakharov Prize’”. “We know the European Parliament and we undoubtedly respect this body, but nobody…

Russia adds Navalni ally and Russian activist Liubov Sobol to its list of the most wanted

Russia adds Navalni ally and Russian activist Liubov Sobol to its list of the most wanted

Liubov Sobol, a Russian activist and ally of dissident Alexei Navalni, was added to the Russian Interior Ministry’s most wanted list on Thursday after his departure. Authorities believe Sobol, a 34-year-old lawyer, left Russian territory earlier this year after being sentenced to a year and a half of restricted movement for violating regulations imposed as…

The South Korean foreign minister will travel to Russia at the end of October

The South Korean foreign minister will travel to Russia at the end of October

South Korean Foreign Minister Chung Eui Yong will visit Russia from October 26th to 28th to meet his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov, with whom he would like to exchange ideas. In a statement, the South Korean Foreign Ministry indicated that Chung hopes to “hold exhaustive talks on various issues” and has indicated that the South…

Stoltenberg regrets that Russia is severing ties with NATO, but denies that it will change its strategy towards Moscow

Stoltenberg regrets that Russia is severing ties with NATO, but denies that it will change its strategy towards Moscow

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg this Thursday regretted that Russia cut ties with NATO, despite having indicated that communication channels will remain open and that this will not mean any changes in the Atlantic Alliance’s attitude towards Moscow. After Russia withdrew its delegation to the military organization and closed the NATO information office in Moscow,…