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    Upcoming OPEC meeting may prove ineffective: expert
    Apr22

    Upcoming OPEC meeting may prove ineffective: expert

    The upcoming OPEC meeting may prove ineffective, says Valentin Zemlyansky, director for energy programs at the Center of World Economy and International Relations of the Ukraine National Academy of Sciences. …read more Source:...

    American state of Wyoming recognized Armenian Genocide
    Apr22

    American state of Wyoming recognized Armenian Genocide

    ArmInfo.The American state of Wyoming recognized the Armenian Genocide. The Armenian National Committee of America reports this, referring to a letter sent by the state Governor Matthew Mead In particular, Mead stated that it is necessary to prevent the repetition of the history and unimaginable atrocities that occurred during the Armenian...

    China’s Belt and Road initiative offers new opportunities for Kiev: Ukrainian expert
    Apr22

    China’s Belt and Road initiative offers new opportunities for Kiev: Ukrainian expert

    China’s Belt and Road Initiative offers new opportunities for Ukraine to promote its development by enhancing cooperation with China and other countries along Silk Road, a Ukrainian expert told Xinhua in a recent interview. …read more Source: English China News...

    Russian FM presses US’s Tillerson over Syria probe
    Apr22

    Russian FM presses US’s Tillerson over Syria probe

    MOSCOW (AFP) – Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov voiced regret in a phone call with his US counterpart Friday at Washingtons opposition to a Moscow-backed plan to investigate an alleged chemical attack in Syria.In the call with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson which took place at US initiative, Lavrov raised the probe proposal made by...

    Ukraine not worried relations with U.S. fraying in Trump era
| Reuters
    Apr22

    Ukraine not worried relations with U.S. fraying in Trump era | Reuters

    By Lindsay Dunsmuir | WASHINGTON WASHINGTON The United States has strongly signalled it will continue to support Ukraine, Finance Minister Oleksandr Danylyuk said on Friday, adding that the war-torn country had a “good, pragmatic” relationship with Washington.Ukraine has previously expressed some nervousness about the possibility the...

    Ukraine not worried relations with U.S. fraying in Trump era
    Apr22

    Ukraine not worried relations with U.S. fraying in Trump era

    26 min 21 sec agoWASHINGTON – The United States has strongly signaled it will continue to support Ukra …read more Source:...

    Ukraine not worried relations with U.S. fraying in Trump era
    Apr22

    Ukraine not worried relations with U.S. fraying in Trump era

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States has strongly signalled it will continue to support Ukraine, Finance Minister Oleksandr Danylyuk said on Friday, adding that the war-torn country had a “good, pragmatic” relationship with Washington. …read more Source: The...

    South Asian media should avoid war rhetoric: Gen (retd) Athar Abbas
    Apr21

    South Asian media should avoid war rhetoric: Gen (retd) Athar Abbas

    BRUSSELS: Pakistan’s Ambassador to Ukraine, Major General (retd) Athar Abbas in a lecture on the issue of media and conflict resolution stressed on South Asian and international media to fulfil its responsibility as a peace-builder and avoid war rhetoric. Speaking at the conference held at the Diplomatic Media Centre in Kiev, he said that...

    Ameriabank: Among 2,700 participants in the joint Visa action, 77%  were holders of Classic and Electron cards
    Apr21

    Ameriabank: Among 2,700 participants in the joint Visa action, 77%  were holders of Classic and Electron cards

    ArmInfo. In the next joint action of Ameriabank with Visa, 2,700 cardholders participated, 77% of which were owners of Visa Classic and Visa Electron cards. On April 21, during the summing up of the results of the action, the project manager for retail banking and retail of Ameriabank Elen Danielyan informed that comparing with 2016 in the...

    ‘Neo-Nazi’ kills 2 at FSB office in eastern Russia
    Apr21

    ‘Neo-Nazi’ kills 2 at FSB office in eastern Russia

    MOSCOW: A gunman with alleged links to a neo-Nazi group Friday shot dead an employee of Russia’s FSB security service and a civilian at the agency’s office in a far eastern city, officials said. The FSB said the attacker – named as local resident A.V. Konev, born in 1999 – opened fire immediately after entering the reception of an FSB...

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