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The prime ministers of Macedonia and Greece met on 24 January in Davos for the first time since 2010.
On 29 January, the Romanian parliament passed a vote of confidence in Viorica Dăncilă’s centre-left government.
On 28 January, meetings organised by Aleksei Navalny’s network were held in more than 100 cities in Russia under the slogan of ‘the voters’ strike’.
On 26–27 January, President Miloš Zeman was elected for a second five-year term winning 51.4% of the vote.
On 20 January, Turkey launched Operation Olive Branch, aimed at the Afrin region in northern Syria.
On 11 January, the IMF’s Mission Chief for Ukraine sent a letter to the Presidential Administration criticising the presidential Anti-Corruption Court bill.
On 7th January the Syrian army launched an offensive against the Sunni opposition forces in the Idlib province.
The first round of the presidential elections in the Czech Republic (12-13 January) was won by the current President Miloš Zeman (with 38.6% of the vote).
Most deputies in the ruling coalition made an attempt to repeal the law creating the Specialist Chambers and Specialist Prosecutor’s Office based in the Hague.
On 5 January, the Tbilisi city court of first instance sentenced the former President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili to three years in prison.