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    Tusk on Brexit: ”What doesn`t kill you, makes you stronger”
    Jun24

    Tusk on Brexit: ”What doesn`t kill you, makes you stronger”

    European Council President Donald Tusk says the 27 leaders are determined to keep unity, according to an UNIAN correspondent in Brussels.”All the procedures for the withdrawal of the UK from the EU are clear and set out in the Treaties. In order to discuss the details of further proceedings, I have offered the leaders an informal meeting of the...

    Rada speaks about negative prospects for Ukraine after UK referendum
    Jun24

    Rada speaks about negative prospects for Ukraine after UK referendum

    First Deputy Chairperson of the Verkhovna Rada Iryna Gerashchenko says that consequences of the British referendum on the exit from the European Union will have a negative outlook for Ukraine.”The EU is hardly passing a test on migration crisis. Europe is covered by a tsunami of euroscepticism, there is growing support for radical and populist...

    Steinmeier on Brexit: Sad day for Europe and UK
    Jun24

    Steinmeier on Brexit: Sad day for Europe and UK

    German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has commented the results of the British referendum, where the majority of voters supported the country`s exit from the EU.”News from the UK is sobering. Looks like this is a sad day for Europe and the UK,” German Foreign Ministry quoted Steinmeier on Twitter.As UNIAN reported earlier, on Thursday,...

    Spain to seek co-sovereignty on Gibraltar after Brexit: Reuters
    Jun24

    Spain to seek co-sovereignty on Gibraltar after Brexit: Reuters

    Spain will seek co-sovereignty on Gibraltar following Britain`s vote to leave the European Union, acting foreign minister Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo said on Friday, saying the vote completely changed the outlook on the future of the peninsula, Reuters reports.”It`s a complete change of outlook that opens up new possibilities on Gibraltar not...

    ISIS changes tactics: 1st attack in Jordan – media
    Jun24

    ISIS changes tactics: 1st attack in Jordan – media

    Having achieved success in fighting against government forces in Iraq and the army of Bashar al-Assad in Syria, the militants of the Islamic State (ISIS) terrorist organization for the first time conducted an attack in Jordan, Al Jazeera reports.Tens of thousands of Syrians refugees, trapped at the border with Jordan, are left without water, food...

    Russia probing Savchenko`s lawyer for extremism
    Jun24

    Russia probing Savchenko`s lawyer for extremism

    Nadia Savchenko`s lawyer Mark Feygin is being checked for extremism.”There`s yet another appeal to prosecute me for extremism. For my Twitter,” Feygin tweeted. The lawyer promised to share the details later.”A detective from the Department of Internal Affairs in the Moscow`s district of Khamovniki said that some man named Schukin had accused me...

    EP to meet in extraordinary session Tuesday to adopt resolution over Brexit: Schulz
    Jun24

    EP to meet in extraordinary session Tuesday to adopt resolution over Brexit: Schulz

    The European Parliament has decided to meet on Tuesday morning to adopt a resolution assessing the outcome of the UK referendum and describing the necessary steps of the European institutions, European Parliament Martin Schulz has told the reporters following the extraordinary Conference of Presidents, an UNIAN correspondent in Brussels...

    Oil falls 6% on UK referendum data
    Jun24

    Oil falls 6% on UK referendum data

    World oil prices have lost more than 6% on the results of the referendum in the UK on EU membership, Russian business news agency PRIME has reported with reference to trading data.”As of 06:48 GMT, Brent crude futures` August front-month contract fell by 6.52%, to $47.58 a barrel, while U.S. crude futures` August contract fell by 6.69%, to $46.75...

    Russia seen putting new nuclear-capable missiles along NATO border by 2019 – Reuters
    Jun24

    Russia seen putting new nuclear-capable missiles along NATO border by 2019 – Reuters

    Russia is likely to deploy advanced nuclear-capable missiles in its European exclave of Kaliningrad by 2019, casting the move as a reply to a U.S.-backed missile shield, and may one day put them in Crimea too, sources close to its military predict, according to Reuters. Mikhail Barabanov, a senior research fellow at the Moscow-based Centre for...

    British PM Cameron resigns following referendum (video)
    Jun24

    British PM Cameron resigns following referendum (video)

    British Prime Minister David Cameron has resigned in connection with the referendum results, according to Meduza, a Latvian-based online newspaper.Cameron explained that his decision was due to the fact that during the campaign preceding the referendum, he had supported the proposal to remain in the European Union.The UK government will resign on...

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