Regardless of the transport and social problems, the vast majority of the population have remained on the peninsula adapting to the new situation.
On 25 November, the Bundestag adopted a draft budget; for the fourth time in succession, Germany will not run a budget deficit.
On 23 November the Estonian parliament swore in a new government consisting of the Centre Party, the Social Democratic Party and the conservative IRL.
On 24 November, the European Parliament passed a resolution calling for a freeze in Turkey’s process of accession to the EU.
The Russian narrative on Belarus changed in 2014, when Russian expert circles and the government elite essentially redefined
Angela Merkel announced that she would again seek re-election for the office of chancellor as her party’s candidate.
The European Commission’s decision has removed one of the barriers on the way to the implementation of the Hungarian-Russian project.
Even now, some time after the election in USA, shock still dominates both the media coverage and the statements by representatives of the political elite.
On 13th November the runoff of the direct presidential election was held in Moldova.
The Bulgarian presidential elections have been won by Rumen Radev, a non-party candidate, who ran with the support of the opposition Bulgarian Socialist Party.