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Regional Press Review (9-15 Iunie)

RUSSIA

NATO chief warns of “new dangers” from Russia–China rapprochement. 

On first overseas trip, Biden to assure allies and meet Putin.

Russia blacklists Navalny’s political and activist movements as “extremist”. 

Russian bill approved expanding “undesirable” organizations law. 

Lisbon mayor apologizes over exposure of pro-Navalny activists to Moscow. 

Russia preparing to give Iran advanced satellite system. 

G7 leaders demand action from Russia on cyberattacks, chemical weapons use. 

Russia is ready to hand over cybercriminals, but only if U.S. does the same.

Iran, Russia negotiators play down chances for quick nuclear deal.

U.S. Embassy protests lack of access to jailed ex-Marine. 

Exclusive Putin interview with NBC News.

ARMENIA

Resignations of top Armenian diplomats accepted. 

Pashinyan vows post-election “vendettas”. 

New report details gross violations of humanitarian law in Second Nagorno-Karabakh War. 

Pashinyan seeks “steel mandate” to stay in power. 

AZERBAIJAN

Baku, Washington mull strategic partnership, regional challenges. 

Report warns of “fragile” prospects for postwar Nagorno-Karabakh. 

Deal on Karabakh’s status still not urgent for Russia. 

Azerbaijan exchanges 15 Armenian militaries for minefield maps in Agdam. 

BULGARIA

EC opens three new infringement proceedings against Bulgaria. 

EU Prosecutor tells Bulgarians Independent judiciary is sole guarantor of justice. 

Thousands turn out for Sofia Pride 2021.

GEORGIA

PM: under current conditions, Namakhvani HPP Project will not continue. 

Shukruti residents strike deal with Georgian Manganese. 

Georgia, French Development Agency (AFD) sign EUR 483 million agreement. 

Strasbourg court resumes “Georgia vs. Russia” occupation case.

European Commission welcomes final adoption of EU’s new long-term external action budget. 

Assistant Secretary Reeker meets PM, Patriarch, Gakharia.

MOLDOVA

Attacks on Moldovan journalists increased in 2020. 

President Sandu launches committee to investigate grand corruption. 

ROMANIA

EC issues “encouraging” report on Romania’s reforms under the CVM. 

Anticorruption directorate DNA points to downsides in CVM report. 

TURKEY

PM Orbán discusses defense cooperation with Erdoğan. 

UKRAINE

Ukraine withdraws its troops from Afghanistan. 

European Court sides with Yanukovych but sanctions remain. 

Pentagon announces $150 million in military aid for Ukraine. 

CZECH REPUBLIC

Dirty lobbying puts in spotlight anti-Babiš resolution. 

Czech lower house to discuss stricter penalties for violence against women. 

European Commission takes Czechia and Poland to court for not letting foreigners run in elections. 

European prosecutor to deal with Czech PM’s conflict of interest case.

Czech Republic to give one billion crowns in development aid in 2022. 

HUNGARY

Hungary rejects criticism over foreign policy blockages. 

Hungary proposes banning the “promotion” of homosexuality to children.

Orbán: Hungary–China cooperation needed in “new economic order”.

Thousands rally in Hungary against anti-LGBT legislation. 

Orbán ahead of NATO Summit: “Next decade to bring epidemics, mass migration”.

POLAND

Poland’s publishes draft plans to close massive Belchatow power plant by 2036. 

EU Parliament threatens to sue European Commission over rule of law.

Polish man charged with spying for Russia at EU Parliament. 

Polish Constitutional Court again postpones review of CJEU provisional measures. 

Czechia ready for tough negotiations with Poland over Turow mine.

SLOVAKIA

Slovakia’s “me too” moment? OĽaNO MP Herák quits parliament. 

SLOVENIA

Slovenia priorities for EU presidency. 

Draft regulation redefines the STA as a public service, proposes financing changes. 

Survey finds LGBT students still feel unsafe in schools. 

Slovenian oversight institutions want political pressure to end. 

PM says Slovenia must do its homework regarding defense spending. 

STA supervisors appeal to government to restore financing. 

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