The Slovak President visited Athens on Tuesday as the political crisis gripping her country peaked, after the four-party coalition government of Premier Eduard Heger lost its parliamentary majority, following the resignation of ministers from the center-right Freedom and Solidarity (SaS).

02.05.2022 / 07:07

For two years, in 2016-18, Susan Thornton was the acting US assistant secretary of state for East Asian and Pacific affairs. Today she a senior fellow at Yale University Law School’s Paul Tsai China Center.

18.04.2022 / 09:25

Albin Kurti is a prime minister with an unusual history. The former student activist spent two and a half years in a Serbian prison in 1999-2001, he was jailed again by the authorities of Kosovo in 2007, while in 2018 he was convicted of perpetrating or instigating at least five tear-gas attacks against the Kosovo Parliament, in order to stop the law that would have granted limited autonomy to the Kosovo Serbs.

11.02.2022 / 19:24

In an interview with Kathimerini amid the crisis in Bosnia and recurring tensions in Kosovo, Serbia’s Foreign Minister Nikola Selakovic insists that if there is one lesson to be learned from the turbulent times of yesteryear, it is that peace must be preserved at all costs.

01.06.2016 / 14:46

The main message that Thorbjorn Jagland, the secretary-general of the Council of Europe, carried with him when he visited Athens recently was one of solidarity. The Norwegian believes that Greece needs more economic, as well as political, support from its European partners.

01.11.2015 / 15:37

Director-General of the United Nations office in Geneva, Denmark’s Michael Moller, expresses optimism that the agency’s sustainable development goals (SDGs) will help toward ending extreme poverty but he has no illusions about the refugee crisis, stressing that such phenomena will continue.