After a war in 2008, Moscow recognised the separatist South Ossetia and Abkhazia as independent, while the West still holds these to be occupied Georgian territories. Moscow has thousands of troops deployed in bases there. Due to this, Georgia‘s chances of entering the EU and NATO remain dubious.
The Lithuanian government has worked out a plan of measures to end the alleged domination of large chains in the retail market, and ultimately give a boost to small businesses, Delfi.lt reported on Thursday. […]
On Friday, with the leader of the most powerful country in Europe visiting Lithuania, we have the opportunity to choose – dare to take one of the most important political exams of recent times, daringly […]