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Regional Press Review (16-21 September)

RUSSIA

Preliminary results give United Russia a constitutional majority in the elections.

Communist Party rallies protesters in Moscow after accusing Russian authorities of vote-rigging.

Opposition candidates lose in the Russian capital as electronic voting results roll in at the last minute.

WHO suspends approval process for Russia’s Sputnik vaccine.

The European Court of Human Rights rules Russia responsible for Litvinenko death.

ARMENIA

PM Pashinian to seek a meeting with Turkey’s President Erdogan.

Armenia takes Azerbaijan to International Court.

AZERBAIJAN

Azerbaijan starts charging Iranian trucks supplying Armenia.

BULGARIA

New caretaker Government in Bulgaria: PM and most Ministers keep their office.

EU Funds fraud in Bulgaria was committed on a massive scale.

MOLDOVA

President Sandu meets World Bank’s Eastern Europe Manager.

ROMANIA

Senate’s head insists PM Citu needs lawmakers’ permit to stay in office.

TURKEY

President Erdoğan meets British PM and the UN Chief in New York.

Turkey blasts “provocative” Greek move in its maritime territory.

UKRAINE

Ukraine holds military drills with U.S. forces and NATO allies.

Western diplomats express concern about Ukraine’s judicial reforms after delay.

CZECH REPUBLIC

Record number of women running in October’s general elections.

HUNGARY

Candidate to oppose PM Orban gets off to rocky start during opposition primary.

The number of job vacancies in the education sector has reached a new record high.

POLAND

Polish MEP criticizes EP resolution on LGBTIQ as being contrary to Polish Constitution.

Poland claims mounting evidence Minsk, Moscow orchestrating migrant flow across border.

SLOVAKIA

Slovak journalists stand behind their colleagues from Dennik N. after police brought charges against two journalists.

Slovakia will have its first-ever representative on the WHO Executive Board.

SLOVENIA

After being dispersed with tear gas and water cannons while protesting against the Covid pass mandate, Friday protesters file a criminal complaint against the PM.

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