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    Kremlin makes no parallels between current EU`s turbulence and Soviet Union`s collapse
    Jun27

    Kremlin makes no parallels between current EU`s turbulence and Soviet Union`s collapse

    The Kremlin believes that the outcome of Britain`s referendum in favor of exit from the European Union indicates that the EU is entering turbulent times, but it would be wrong to draw parallels with the collapse of the Soviet Union, Russian news agency TASS reported.”Russia is the country that went through very difficult periods in its history …...

    Rapid Trident 2016 NATO drills kick off in western Ukraine
    Jun27

    Rapid Trident 2016 NATO drills kick off in western Ukraine

    More than 1,800 soldiers from 14 NATO member states and their partners will participate in joint military drills held at Yavoriv military training site in western Ukraine from June 27 till July 8, the Europeiska Pravda news portal.The exercises are part of the Rapid Trident program, which brings together NATO members and its allies in eastern...

    Bank shares slide as Brexit turmoil hits world stocks
    Jun27

    Bank shares slide as Brexit turmoil hits world stocks

    World stocks tumbled and European bank shares were on track for their biggest ever two-day fall on Monday as the political and economic fallout of Britain`s shock vote to leave the European Union drove sterling to a fresh 31-year low against the dollar, Reuters reported.Faced with a second day of turmoil after Thursday`s referendum, which most in...

    Ukraine PM travels to Germany for working visit
    Jun27

    Ukraine PM travels to Germany for working visit

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman is on a two-day working visit to Germany where he plans to meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Groysman`s press secretary Dmytro Stoliarchuk wrote on Twitter. It is reported that the prime minister also plans to meet President of the Federal Republic of Germany Joachim Gauck, German Finance Minister...

    UK needs to decide who represents it in EU exit talks, France says
    Jun27

    UK needs to decide who represents it in EU exit talks, France says

    Britain needs to decide who represents it so that its EU exit talks can take shape, French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said on Monday on his way to Prague for post-Brexit vote solidarity talks with eastern European member states, Reuters reported.In an interview with Reuters, Ayrault also said it was ”not automatic” that Britain could get...

    Iran boosts its oil exports
    Jun27

    Iran boosts its oil exports

    Iran`s oil exports have grown threefold as compared to export volumes during the period of international sanction, after the country has signed short-term contracts with a number of several European oil companies, according to the Iranian Mehr News Agency.The National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) and Spain`s Repsol S.A. have inked an agreement to...

    Poroshenko travels to Brussels to discuss Brexit impact on EU relations with Ukraine
    Jun27

    Poroshenko travels to Brussels to discuss Brexit impact on EU relations with Ukraine

    Ukraine`s President Petro Poroshenko is going for a working visit to the European Union on June 27 to attend high-level political consultations devoted to Ukraine-EU issues, the presidential press-service reported.As reported, the consultations will focus on discussing the results of the referendum on the UK`s membership in the EU and how they...

    World heavyweight champ Tyson Fury denies steroids claim after traces found in sample
    Jun26

    World heavyweight champ Tyson Fury denies steroids claim after traces found in sample

    The world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury is being probed by officials after traces of a banned anabolic steroid were allegedly discovered in a sample taken last year, according to Mirror.If found guilty of doping, he could lose his three world title belts and face a lengthy ban, Mirror.co.uk reports.But Fury has denied the allegation with his...

    Orthodox Christian leaders end historic meeting
    Jun26

    Orthodox Christian leaders end historic meeting

    The leaders of the world`s Orthodox Christian churches ended a historic gathering on the Greek island of Crete on Sunday hoping to repeat the meeting within a decade, despite a boycott by the Russian church — the most populous in a religion of some 300 million people — and three other churches, according to The Associated Press.Ecumenical...

    Australian FM: Brexit could weaken EU`s impact on situation in Ukraine
    Jun26

    Australian FM: Brexit could weaken EU`s impact on situation in Ukraine

    Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said Australia was concerned that a weakened EU would not have any impact on how the Middle East and Ukraine situations are being handled, according to News.com.au.Ms. Bishop also stressed that Australia was negotiating with the EU on the possible terms of a free-trade agreement, but could open talks with...

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