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Lithuania to Supply Weaponry to Ukraine
Nov24

Lithuania to Supply Weaponry to Ukraine

Lithuania is to supply Ukraine with military aid, the two countries’ Presidents, Dailia Grybauskaite and Petro Poroshenko announced on Monday. During a joint press conference following a Kiev meeting of the two heads of state Poroshenko stated that the two countries have agreed on the supply of concrete elements of armament, without...

US Army to Stay in Poland and the Baltic States Through 2015
Nov24

US Army to Stay in Poland and the Baltic States Through 2015

The deployment of US troops and military equipment in Poland, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia has been extended throughout 2015 in order to contain Russian aggression in the region. This was announced in Vilnius by Lieutenant-General Frederick Ben Hodges, Commanding General of US Army Europe. NATO deployed 600 US troops in April in response to the...

Ricardo Guerra: Brazil Cannot Count on China for Its Exports as Much as It Did
Nov24

Ricardo Guerra: Brazil Cannot Count on China for Its Exports as Much as It Did

Novinite.com has interviewed Ricardo Guerra de Aráujo, Chargé d’Affaires at the Brazilian Embassy in Sofia.Ricardo Guerra de Araújo is a senior diplomat at the Brazilian Ministry of External Relations. During his more than twenty-year-long career as a diplomat he has worked for and represented Brazil in a number of Embassies and...

Technical University of Gabrovo hosts large traditional forum
Nov22

Technical University of Gabrovo hosts large traditional forum

Scientists from 17 countries present a total of 257 reports with scientific and applied works in the technical field at the Unitech Conference held at the Technical University of Gabrovo which organized this scientific forum for the 14th consecutive year. The forum this year is dedicated to the 50th anniversary since the foundation of the...

Kiev Accuses Moscow of Having 7500 Troops Deployed in Ukraine
Nov22

Kiev Accuses Moscow of Having 7500 Troops Deployed in Ukraine

Ukrainian Defense Minister Stepan Poltorak has claimed 7500 members of the Russian armed forces are present in his country, “preventing” Kiev from stabilizing the situation in the Donbass.On Saturday Poltorak issued a statement reading that “unfortunately the stabilization of the situation in the east of Ukraine does not depend...

Sergey Lavrov: Western Sanctions Aimed at Toppling Russian Regime
Nov22

Sergey Lavrov: Western Sanctions Aimed at Toppling Russian Regime

The West does not even conceal its “anti-Russian” sanctions are aimed at toppling down the ones in power, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov warned Saturday.Lavrov explicitly said Russia was “not going to shoot itself in the leg” by renouncing cooperation with Europe, “but everybody understands that...

Obama Congratulates Borisov on Re-election as Bulgarian PM
Nov22

Obama Congratulates Borisov on Re-election as Bulgarian PM

In a letter addressed to Boyko Borisov, US President Barack Obama congratulated him on being re-elected for his second term as Prime Minister of Bulgaria. Obama said he was looking forward to continuing his work with Borisov and to deepening the bilateral relationship between Bulgaria and the US, according to the press office of the Bulgarian...

Obama Congratulates Borisov on Re-election as PM
Nov21

Obama Congratulates Borisov on Re-election as PM

In a letter addressed to Boyko Borisov, US President Barack Obama congratulated him on being re-elected for his second term as Prime Minister of Bulgaria. Obama said he was looking forward to continuing his work with Borisov and to deepening the bilateral relationship between Bulgaria and the US, according to the press office of the Bulgarian...

Ukraine’s Pro-Western Parties Sign Coalition Agreement
Nov21

Ukraine’s Pro-Western Parties Sign Coalition Agreement

The leaders of the five pro-Western parties in the Ukrainian Parliament have signed a coalition agreement. The new coalition formed after the October 26 elections unites 300 out of 450 members of parliament, making it possible to pass amendments to the constitution. The main priorities declared in the coalition agreement include European...

Putin Says Russia Should Prevent ‘Colour Revolutions’
Nov21

Putin Says Russia Should Prevent ‘Colour Revolutions’

Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that Moscow should prevent the occurrence of a colour revolution and combat extremism in Russia. Putin made the remark at a meeting of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, where a strategy on countering extremism was approved. Putin said that in the contemporary world extremism is...

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