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    Trump must learn about Europe, says EU´s Juncker
    Nov12

    Trump must learn about Europe, says EU´s Juncker

    LUXEMBOURG: US President-elect Donald Trump must get up to speed on how Europe works in order to avoid “two years of wasted time” when he assumes his new role, European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker said Friday. “Mr. Trump, during his campaign, said that Belgium was a village somewhere in Europe,” Juncker said in...

    Trump must learn about Europe says EU’s Juncker
    Nov12

    Trump must learn about Europe says EU’s Juncker

    LUXEMBOURG: US President-elect Donald Trump must get up to speed on how Europe works in order to avoid “two years of wasted time” when he assumes his new role, European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker said. “Mr. Trump, during his campaign, said that Belgium was a village somewhere in Europe,” Juncker said in his frank remarks to students in...

    Trump begins White House transition as protests simmer
    Nov12

    Trump begins White House transition as protests simmer

    WASHINGTON: Donald Trump said Friday he had a “busy day” planned as the Republican president-elect — confronted with the magnitude of the task ahead — begins building his administration before entering the White House in 70 days. Trump’s challenge in unifying a restless nation after the most divisive campaign in memory was immediately put...

    Hollande and Trump agreed to “clarify” key issues including Middle East
    Nov12

    Hollande and Trump agreed to “clarify” key issues including Middle East

    French President Francois Hollande and U.S President-elect Donald Trump had a phone conversation on Friday in which they agreed to clarify positions on key issues such as the Middle East and Ukraine, said a source in Hollandes … …read more Source: ANTARA...

    Russia says expects sanctions to stay in place despite Trump win
    Nov12

    Russia says expects sanctions to stay in place despite Trump win

    Russia expects Western sanctions over the Ukraine conflict to stay in place despite Donald Trump winning the U.S. presidential election, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said on Friday. “Our position is that sanctions will remain … …read more Source: ANTARA...

    Canada says Russian sanctions must be upheld by all countries
    Nov12

    Canada says Russian sanctions must be upheld by all countries

    ADDIS ABABA – Canadian Foreign Minister Stephane Dion on Friday urged all countries to remain firm about upholding sanctions against Russia for its actions toward Ukraine and said Canada will not ease them as long as Moscow keeps its current stance. … …read more Source:...

    Canada says Russian sanctions must be upheld by all countries
    Nov11

    Canada says Russian sanctions must be upheld by all countries

    Canadian Foreign Minister Stephane Dion on Friday urged all countries to remain firm about upholding sanctions against Russia for its actions toward Ukraine and said Canada will not ease them as long as Moscow keeps its current stance. …read more Source: Channel...

    Canada says Russian sanctions must be upheld by all countries
    Nov11

    Canada says Russian sanctions must be upheld by all countries

    ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) – Canadian Foreign Minister Stephane Dion on Friday urged all countries to remain firm about upholding sanctions against Russia for its actions toward Ukraine and said Canada will not ease them as long as Moscow keeps its current stance. …read more Source: The...

    Presidents of Armenia and Ukraine held a phone conversation
    Nov11

    Presidents of Armenia and Ukraine held a phone conversation

    President Serzh Sargsyan held today a phone conversation with the President of Ukraine Pyotr Poroshenko. The call was initiated by the Ukrainian side. During the conversation, the Presidents talked about the issues of the bilateral Armenia-Ukraine agenda, particularly, about the … …read more Source:...

    Trump win puts U.S.-Russia hostility on hold – but for how long?
    Nov11

    Trump win puts U.S.-Russia hostility on hold – but for how long?

    WASHINGTON – After years of rising U.S.-Russia tensions over Ukraine, Syria, cyber attacks and nuclear arms control, Donald Trump’s election as U.S. president may offer a narrow window to repair relations as he and Russian President Vladimir Putin size up… …read more Source:...

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