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    Spain, Portugal face EU sanctions on deficits
    Jul12

    Spain, Portugal face EU sanctions on deficits

    BRUSSELS: Eurozone finance ministers agreed Tuesday to officially begin a sanctions procedure against Spain and Portugal for doing too little to fix their rule-breaking deficits. The ministers “found that Portugal and Spain had not taken effective action in response to its recommendations on measures to correct their excessive deficits”, a...

    “Armenia’s Authorities Appeared in not such an Advantageous Situation”
    Jul12

    “Armenia’s Authorities Appeared in not such an Advantageous Situation”

    These days the second NATO summit was over, within which officials of NATO member countries stated the resolutions of cornerstone importance to the world. “168 Hours” talked to Sergey Gerasimchuk, Ukrainian analyst, Head of International program of Group of Strategic Studies and Defence Studies (Ukraine) around the summit results. Mr....

    VivaCell-MTS has spent AMD 705.9 million for paying tuition fee of around 750 students over seven years
    Jul12

    VivaCell-MTS has spent AMD 705.9 million for paying tuition fee of around 750 students over seven years

    It is now the seventh year that VivaCell- MTS launched tuition fee reimbursement assistance program. The beneficiaries of the program are students from vulnerable social groups as well as with special needs, who have a good standing at university. The press office of VivaCell-MTS has told ArmIfo that owing to the program, higher education has...

    Spain arrests Ukrainians, Russians accused of crime syndicate links
    Jul12

    Spain arrests Ukrainians, Russians accused of crime syndicate links

    MADRID (Reuters) – Eleven people of primarily Ukrainian and Russian origin were arrested on Tuesday in Barcelona accused of connections with organised crime and money laundering, the Spanish anti-corruption prosecutor’s office said. …read more Source: The...

    “NATO countries understood that Russia is getting more aggressive”
    Jul12

    “NATO countries understood that Russia is getting more aggressive”

    NATO doesn’t want a clash, NATO is not going to arouse problems for neighboring countries, but the member states of the Union has a security issue and the population of about 1 billion has presented a claim for ensuring security. Expert at the Armenian Institute of International and Security Affairs (AIISA) Gevorg Melikyan has come to such...

    John Kerry to discuss Syria, Ukraine, Nagorno Karabakh issues in Moscow
    Jul12

    John Kerry to discuss Syria, Ukraine, Nagorno Karabakh issues in Moscow

    In the evening of July 14 Kerry will travel to Moscow where he will begin a series of meetings with senior Russian officials to discuss Syria, Ukraine, Nagorno Karabakh, among other issues. …read more Source:...

    Kerry, Lavrov to discuss Karabakh in Moscow
    Jul12

    Kerry, Lavrov to discuss Karabakh in Moscow

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will pay a working visit to Moscow on July 14-15. “Secretary Kerry will travel to Moscow where he will begin a series of meetings with senior Russian officials to discuss Syria, Ukraine, Nagorno-Karabakh, among other issues,” Spokesperson for the US Department of State John Kirby told the daily briefing....

    Institutional racism exists throughout the society, says US Vice President Joe Biden
    Jul12

    Institutional racism exists throughout the society, says US Vice President Joe Biden

    US Vice-President Joe Biden’s comments came after a meeting at White House with law enforcement agencies in the aftermath of the Dallas shooting, which was attended by President Barack Obama as well. (File Photo) US Vice President Joe Biden today said that “institutional racism” exists throughout the society and a closer connection is...

    US envoy Kerry plans trip to Moscow
    Jul12

    US envoy Kerry plans trip to Moscow

    WASHINGTON: US Secretary of State John Kerry will make his latest trip to Moscow this week to seek common ground on how to deal with the ongoing bloodshed in Syria. The State Department said Kerry would speak with senior Russian officials about Syria and Ukraine, as well as tensions between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the Nagorny-Karabakh region....

    Brexit will have no impact on EU-EaP relations, says Johannes Hahn
    Jul11

    Brexit will have no impact on EU-EaP relations, says Johannes Hahn

    The Eastern Partnership (EaP) is an initiative of the European Union governing its relationship with the post-Soviet states of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine. …read more Source:...

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