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Regional Press Review (12-17 August)

RUSSIA

Navalny could face more jail time as Russia announces new criminal charge.

Peaceful protests ‘become almost impossible’ in Russia, according to Amnesty International.

A resident of Kirov was suspected of threatening the prosecutor, who opposed the probation of Alexei Navalny.

Russian hypersonic technology expert accused of high treason.

Russia labels Belgian NGO “Undesirable”, effectively banning it.

Russian Rights Group Memorial documents ‘a minimum estimate’ of 410 political prisoners across the country.

Four Crimean Tatars jailed on extremism charges in Russia.

President Putin has approved a three-year anti-corruption plan.

Russia and China launch joint military drills.

ARMENIA

Armenian Parliament elects Committee Chairs.

Uruguay to open Embassy in Armenia.

Iranian President congratulated Pashinyan.

AZERBAIJAN

Opposition member detained in Baku on criminal case.

Azerbaijan protests the passage of Iranian trucks through Nagorno-Karabakh without Baku’s permission.

Wife of Azerbaijani oppositionist Gumbatov worried about his fate.

BULGARIA

MPs approved the resignation of Plamen Nikolov as a Prime Ministerial candidate.

Without a new Government Bulgaria is sliding towards yet another election.

Bulgaria ready to evacuate 11 Bulgarian citizens from Afghanistan.

GERB party challenged the constitutionality of Presidential Decree appointing caretaker Government as Economy Minister holds dual citizenship.

GEORGIA

Prosecutor’s Office refuses to recognize organizers of gay pride in Tbilisi as victims.

23 Georgians stuck in Kabul as Taliban takes control.

Georgian Government urged to cancel deal with Belarus’s KGB.

MOLDOVA

Court orders 30 days of arrest, puts Veaceslav Platon on wanted list.

Maia Sandu after meeting with Dmitry Kozak: We are ready to broadly discuss agenda of common interest.

Latvian Foreign Minister pays working visit to Moldova.

ROMANIA

Romania is strengthening cooperation with Canada in the nuclear field.

President Iohannis ordered urgent involvement of Romanian Air Forces to evacuate Romanian citizens from Afghanistan.

Romanians are still far from travelling visa-free to the US.

TURKEY

Main opposition CHP chief vows to resolve Kurdish question.

Main opposition party urges the Government not to make any deal with the West over Afghan refugees.

Turkish Embassy in Kabul continues operations.

UKRAINE

Mayor of Ukrainian city Kryviy Rih found shot dead.

Protesters clash with the Police outside Ukrainian President’s office.

CZECH REPUBLIC

A truck carrying Syrian migrants crashes in Prague after police chase.

Czech Republic to appeal European Commission’s refusal to pay out subsidies to Agrofert group.

Michal Koudelka became acting counterintelligence Chief as term ended.

HUNGARY

Hungary lends 100.000 vaccine doses to the Czech Republic, donates the same amount to Vietnam.

Hungary’s GDP records exponential growth of almost 18% in Q2.

Hungary will not agree to unrestricted admittance of Afghan migrants.

POLAND

Parliament in favor of more funds for healthcare.

Attempts to maneuver the U.S. into condemning Poland have failed, report unveils.

Poland will issue visas for Afghans who cooperated with the country.

SLOVAKIA

Serious flaw reported in the eHranica form: cyber attackers were able to send people into self-isolation.

SLOVENIA

Top Court annulled parliamentary inquiries into prosecutors.

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