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    Russia says two US diplomats expelled in tit-for-tat move
    Jul09

    Russia says two US diplomats expelled in tit-for-tat move

    MOSCOW: Moscow on Saturday said it had expelled two US diplomats as a retaliatory move after Washington turfed out two Russian officials over an attack on a US embassy worker last month. “After their unfriendly step two employees of the United States embassy had to leave Moscow,” Russia´s deputy foreign minister Sergei Ryabkov said....

    Which Issues are Faced by Armenia after Warsaw NATO Summit?
    Jul09

    Which Issues are Faced by Armenia after Warsaw NATO Summit?

    NATO Warsaw Summit, which promised breakthrough resolutions to the world, was launched yesterday. World’s political elite has gathered in the capital of Poland—leaders of NATO member countries, including Barak Obama, president of the USA. Besides heads of NATO member countries, leaders of the countries cooperating with the alliance brought...

    Four NATO battalions to go to Eastern Europe to deter Russia
    Jul09

    Four NATO battalions to go to Eastern Europe to deter Russia

    The United States announced on Friday that it will deploy 1,000 troops to Poland as part of the broader North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) efforts to reassure former communist eastern member states fearful of a more assertive Russia. Speaking at a NATO summit in Warsaw, President Barack Obama said the troops would serve “shoulder to...

    Brexit anxiety eats into NATO summit
    Jul09

    Brexit anxiety eats into NATO summit

    Officially the talk at this week’s NATO summit in Warsaw was all about deterring a resurgent Russia, supporting Ukraine and Afghanistan, and protecting Baltic NATO members. But in the corridors, there was only one dominant anxiety – Brexit. …read more Source: Channel...

    Lithuania ‘softening’ hard line on NATO talks with Russia
    Jul09

    Lithuania ‘softening’ hard line on NATO talks with Russia

    WARSAW: The president of Baltic state Lithuania said Saturday that NATO’s landmark decision to reinforce its vulnerable eastern flank created the right conditions to renew dialogue with Russia. Dalia Grybauskaite, known as Lithuania’s “Iron Lady” for her hard line on Moscow, told Agence France-Presse she was “softening” after NATO on...

    Edward Nalbandian to visit Ukraine
    Jul09

    Edward Nalbandian to visit Ukraine

    Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian will travel to Kyiv on July 11 to participate in the seventh Eastern Partnership (EaP) Informal Partnership Dialogue, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a Facebook post. …read more Source:...

    Why was the Armenian delegation “against” the OSCE pro-Armenian document?
    Jul09

    Why was the Armenian delegation “against” the OSCE pro-Armenian document?

    “Stepan Demirchyan and I did not take part in the voting because the final resolution contained such wordings, which do not particularly overlap with the issue of Nagorno- Karabakh but connected with the Crimea, Abkhazia, Ossetia and the Russian-Ukrainian relations, … …read more Source:...

    UN air warning site to publish threats more quickly
    Jul09

    UN air warning site to publish threats more quickly

    MONTREAL: A UN website launched as part of a global response to the downing of a Malaysian airliner in 2014 will post warnings about potential attacks against aircraft more quickly but only when they come from the country where the threat originates. The UN’s civil aviation agency said on Friday that a country’s warnings about threats...

    Spain confident of avoiding EU fines over budget rules
    Jul09

    Spain confident of avoiding EU fines over budget rules

    MADRID: Spain voiced confidence in its economic policies on Friday, a day after the European Commission declared it and its neighbour Portugal to be in violation of public spending rules. The European Union’s executive on Thursday accused the two eurozone members of moving too slowly towards meeting the EU’s deficit limit of...

    Obama downplays Brexit impact at NATO summit
    Jul09

    Obama downplays Brexit impact at NATO summit

    WARSAW: US President Barack Obama insisted Friday Brexit would not harm transatlantic unity, but warned against a bitter divorce undermining security in the face of a resurgent Russia. Britain’s decision to leave the European Union dominated Obama’s final NATO meeting before he leaves office, which comes at what he called the most...

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