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    Migrant crisis, Britain dominate European summit
    Dec17

    Migrant crisis, Britain dominate European summit

    BRUSSELS: European leaders tackled the migration crisis and Britain’s reform demands at a summit on Thursday, twin challenges threatening the unity of the EU as one of the toughest years in its history draws to a close. Germany and several other nations are meeting with the Turkish prime minister before the full summit to discuss a plan to...

    “Information bomb is thrown into the Armenian society.” political analyst about Andrey Ruzinsky’s involvement in Avetisyan family murder
    Dec17

    “Information bomb is thrown into the Armenian society.” political analyst about Andrey Ruzinsky’s involvement in Avetisyan family murder

    Today, Ukrainian websites disseminated a remarkable information about the former commander of No. 102 military base in Gyumri, Andrey Ruzinsky, that the latter has a direct involvement in the “execution of an Armenian family by a soldier of his detachment” in Gyumri. This information, according to the Ukrainian websites, was disclosed by the...

    Russia Not Pondering Sanctions Against Ukraine, Vladimir Putin Says
    Dec17

    Russia Not Pondering Sanctions Against Ukraine, Vladimir Putin Says

    President Vladimir Putin said today Russia was not planning to impose sanctions against Ukraine after Moscow slashed its free trade agreement with Kiev as it is set to enter a similar deal with Brusse… …read more Source:...

    Russia not to impose sanctions on Ukraine: Putin
    Dec17

    Russia not to impose sanctions on Ukraine: Putin

    Russian President Vladimir Putin said Thursday that there is no plan to impose sanctions on Ukraine. …read more Source: China...

    Russia did have people in Ukraine doing ‘certain military tasks’: Putin
    Dec17

    Russia did have people in Ukraine doing ‘certain military tasks’: Putin

    Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that Russia did have personnel in eastern Ukraine who were carrying out certain military tasks but denied Moscow had deployed regular troops there. …read more Source: Channel...

    Putin – Russia did have people in Ukraine doing 'certain military tasks'
    Dec17

    Putin – Russia did have people in Ukraine doing 'certain military tasks'

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that Russia did have personnel in eastern Ukraine who were carrying out certain military tasks but denied Moscow had deployed regular troops there. …read more Source: The...

    Belarus ambassador to Armenia:  We have a lot to offer each other under Eurasian Economic Union
    Dec17

    Belarus ambassador to Armenia: We have a lot to offer each other under Eurasian Economic Union

    Mr. Ambassador, before your appointment to Armenia, you occupied the post of the director at the Foreign Economic Department of the Belarus Foreign Ministry. I think your appointment among others pursues enhancement of the trade and economic relations of our allied countries. Would you assess the current stage of these relations? The...

    Important is the individual
    Dec17

    Important is the individual

    Perhaps, it may be considered “non-patriotic” and “anti-national”, however, I do not perceive people in the light of their ethnic origin. “Do you know that this-and-this is Armenian?” For example, the Brits, Germans, Basques and even Chinese are “Armenians”. But these people do not know that they are Armenians. What do we gain by reading about...

    Russia says IMF's decision on Ukraine debt changes nothing
    Dec17

    Russia says IMF's decision on Ukraine debt changes nothing

    BEIJING (Reuters) – The International Monetary Fund’s decision on Ukraine’s debt to Russia did not change anything to Moscow, Russian Deputy Finance Minister Sergei Storchak told reporters in Beijing on Thursday. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine says committed to good faith talks with Russia on $3 billion bond
    Dec17

    Ukraine says committed to good faith talks with Russia on $3 billion bond

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine’s Finance Ministry said on Thursday it was committed to negotiating in good faith a restructuring of a $3 billion (2.1 billion pounds) Eurobond held entirely by Russia, after the International Monetary Fund ruled the bond was sovereign rather than private debt. …read more Source: The...

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