The Capitals

Kyiv summons Hungarian envoy over election interference

Politics 27-10-2020

In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about Lithuania's new conservative-liberal party to be, how domestic violence increased by 50% in Croatia during the pandemic, and so much more.

Western Europe

UK & Ireland



Europe's South

The Balkans

EU institutions

Media Partners

    The Capitals Newsletter

    Every morning, all the news from the capitals
    • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

    Our team

    Sarantis Michalopoulos EURACTIV Network Editor
    Alexandra Brzozowski
    Regional Coordinator Visegrad
    Global Europe Reporter
    Vlagyiszlav Makszimov
    Regional Coordinator Balkans
    Global Europe Reporter
    Daniel Eck
    Network Organiser
    Regional Coordinator North

    Network Tweets

    It’s less than a week until the ‘most important ballot in the world’ and Europe is bracing itself for the possibility of a contested US presidential election. "What if Biden wins and Trump refuses to concede?" asks @alex_owski

    Although women make up roughly half of the world’s population, they remain largely underrepresented in the traditionally male-dominated domain of foreign and defence policy. @alex_owski has the details of the newly launched index.…

    🇧🇪 Belgien ist Europas neues Corona-Sorgenkind 🇩🇪 Bund will Firmen bei Corona-Zwangsschließung 75% Umsatz ausgleichen 🗺️ Mehr als eine halbe Million Neuinfektionen weltweit 💉 #vonderLeyen rechnet im besten Fall ab April mit großen Mengen Corona-Impfstoff…

    À Vienne, les sociaux-démocrates (SPÖ) sont parvenus à une décision : les négociations de coalition ont commencé le 27 octobre avec les libéraux (NEOS). L’amorce des discussions sonne ainsi le glas de l’ère « rouge-verte ». ✍️ par @Gruell_Philipp.

    « L’état de droit ne s’applique pas en ce qui concerne l’avortement en Pologne. » 🎙️ Un entretien avec le médiateur polonais des droits civiques @Adbodnar via @EurActivPoland.

    Greek Foreign Affairs Minister Nikos Dendias sent letters yesterday to his counterparts from Germany, Spain and Italy, pointing out the need to impose an arms embargo against Turkey.