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German Police Will Patrol the Czech and Polish Sides of the Border

German, Czech, and Polish police will jointly patrol their borders to combat illegal migration, as announced by German Interior Minister Nancy Faeserova, in agreement with her Czech and Polish counterparts, Vít Rakušan and Mariusz Kamiński. This cooperative approach mirrors the successful model currently employed by Slovak police. The Czech Interior Minister had already agreed to joint Czech-German patrols on the Czech side of the border a week prior. Additionally, the three ministers have agreed to create a joint task force

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The Trail Leads to Kiev. The Germans Have Made Progress in their Investigation into the Nord Stream Attacks

One year following the rupture of the gas pipelines connecting Russia and Germany along the Baltic Sea, potential Ukrainian involvement is surfacing as a focal point of investigation. In the quest to apprehend those responsible for the explosions that struck the Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2 pipelines last year, a web of clues and conjecture began to unravel, pointing in various directions. Recent reports from German media suggest that, a year after the incidents, the likelihood of individuals from

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Kazakhstan Complies with Sanctions Against Russia

During his visit to Berlin, President Kasym-Zomart Tokayev of Kazakhstan aimed to dispel allegations that his country serves as a conduit for Western-sanctioned goods flowing into Russia. Following a meeting with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Tokayev affirmed Kazakhstan’s commitment to abiding by the sanctions imposed on Russia. “Kazakhstan has unequivocally declared its adherence to the sanctions regime. We maintain ongoing communication with relevant organizations tasked with overseeing sanctions compliance. Any doubts on the part of Germany regarding the possibility of

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Czech Retail Chains Promise to Make Food Cheaper

After farmers and, to some extent, food producers initiated price cuts, consumers eventually witnessed a decline in the prices of numerous supermarket food items. The retail chains pledged to continue passing on the reduced supplier prices. Additionally, a decrease in the willingness of Czech consumers to spend, coupled with price pressure when importing goods from abroad, particularly from Poland, played a significant role in this trend. “In August, the most substantial reductions in promotional prices were observed in oils, butters,

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Gazprom’s Gas Production Fell by Nearly 25 % in the First Half of the Year

In the first half of this year, Russia’s gas production giant, Gazprom, experienced a substantial drop in gas production, recording a nearly 25 % decline year-on-year to 179.45 billion cubic meters. This announcement was made by the company, which has recently grappled with a significant reduction in gas exports to Europe, as reported by Reuters. In late August, Gazprom disclosed that its net profit for the first half had plummeted to 296 billion rubles (approximately 70 billion crowns), down from

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Half the Population of Nagorno-Karabakh Has Fled to Armenia. The Unrecognized Republic will Cease to Exist.

Over 65,000 individuals have sought refuge in Armenia, fleeing from the Nagorno-Karabakh region, which came under Azerbaijani control last week following a swift military campaign. This represents over half of the estimated population of the separatist region, as reported by Reuters on Thursday, citing a spokesperson for the Armenian Prime Minister. In this context, the internationally unrecognized Karabakh republic is on the brink of dissolution. The President of the Republic of Karabakh (Artsakh Republic), Samvel Shahramanyan, has issued a decree

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