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The migration crisis and security issues are among the main topics of the campaign leading up to the parliamentary election scheduled for 5 March 2016.
One of the principal aims underlying China’s development of the ‘16+1’ format is to increase its soft power in Europe.
The wave of migration is backed up in Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia, and the situation in the places with a high concentration of migrants has become worse.
New developments in the migration crisis should be expected in Central Europe. The migration pressure on Greece is increasing.
Since 2014 the number of immigrants attempting to enter the EU illegally via the Western Balkans countries has significantly increased.
Slovakia has no chance of maintaining its traditional role as a key route for Russian gas to Western Europe.
Ruling party's problems almost entirely rule out the possibility that the party will continue rule the country alone after the next election.
The failure of the South Stream project has spurred a debate about the expansion of the gas infrastructure in countries of region.
Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka has attempted to combine the two different perspectives in his approach to Russia.
Russia has shown that it is able, regardless of sanctions, to build close co-operation with those EU member states which are interested in it.