Wien Österreichs neue Stimme im Rat der Europäischen Zentralbank wird einem Insider zufolge der FPÖ-nahe frühere Weltbank-Direktor Robert Holzmann.
VIENNA Austria's cabinet will on Wednesday name economist Robert Holzmann as the next governor of its central bank and Vienna's future voice at the European Central Bank (ECB), officials said, in a move widely seen as a far-right political appointment.
VIENNA, Jan 3 Austria's government has set aside
more than 300 million euros ($341 million) to buy military
helicopters including three Blackhawks, it said in a statement
PARIS/BRUSSELS/VIENNA France and Germany are to take joint responsibility for an EU-Iran trade mechanism to minimise the risk of U.S. punishment but few now believe it will cover oil sales, heightening fears for the fate of the landmark international nuclear deal with Iran.
PARIS/VIENNA/BRUSSELS A special European Union initiative to protect trade with Iran against newly reimposed U.S. sanctions faces possible collapse with no EU country willing to host the operation for fear of provoking U.S. punishment, EU diplomats said.
PARIS/VIENNA/BRUSSELS, Nov 14 A special European
Union initiative to protect trade with Iran against newly
reimposed U.S. sanctions faces possible collapse with no EU
country willing to host the operation for fear of provoking U.S.
BERLIN Germany has a moral duty to fight rising anti-Semitism, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday in an emotional speech at a Berlin synagogue to mark the 80th anniversary of a Nazi campaign of attacks on Jews.
VIENNA A senior Austrian military officer is believed to have spied for Moscow for decades, Vienna said on Friday, adding to a list of recent Russian espionage cases and souring relations with arguably the country's closest ally in the EU.
VIENNA Austria will follow the United States and Hungary in backing out of a United Nations migration pact over concerns it will blur the line between legal and illegal migration, the right-wing government said on Wednesday.
SALZBURG, Austria European Union leaders will push for a Brexit deal next month but warned Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday that if she will not give ground on trade and the Irish border by November they are ready to cope with Britain crashing out. | Video