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    UN: Over 6,400 people killed in Ukraine
    Jun01

    UN: Over 6,400 people killed in Ukraine

    The UN Office for Human Rights said that more than 6,400 people hav ebeen killed during the armed conflict in Ukraine, and about 16,000 wounded.The report noted that “the actual number could be much higher.” …read more Source:...

    Over 500 companies from 23 countries to partake in Belagro 2015 expo
    Jun01

    Over 500 companies from 23 countries to partake in Belagro 2015 expo

    “This agrarian international forum has always aroused huge interest of companies working in the industry. As for the anniversary expo this year, 502 companies from 23 countries have expressed eagerness to take part in it. In particular, Belarus will be represented by 386 companies, Russia by 26 companies, Germany by 17 companies, Poland by 16...

    Russia dismisses EU criticism of travel blacklist
    Jun01

    Russia dismisses EU criticism of travel blacklist

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia criticised the European Union on Monday for allowing the publication of a list of European officials barred from entering the country in the diplomatic fallout over the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source:...

    Nom-de-guerre ‘Bilorus’
    Jun01

    Nom-de-guerre ‘Bilorus’

    Film director Anton Tsialezhnikau presented a film about a Belarusian who was fighting for freedom of Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Putin to visit Milan as EU tensions rise
    Jun01

    Putin to visit Milan as EU tensions rise

    Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit Milan for meetings with Italian officials, the Kremlin said on Monday, as tensions over Ukraine continue to roil relations between Moscow and the EU. …read more Source: The Local...

    Bulgaria Hosts Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting
    Jun01

    Bulgaria Hosts Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting

    The aim of the forum is to exchange information, formulate measures and decide upon measures for promoting eco-friendly policies. Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev made a speech at the official opening ceremony. ”Antarctica shall be used for peaceful purposes,freedom of scientific investigation in Antarctica shall continue,projects,...

    Mykola Baltazhy: Failed Reform Would Be No Smaller Threat to Ukraine than Russia
    Jun01

    Mykola Baltazhy: Failed Reform Would Be No Smaller Threat to Ukraine than Russia

    Novinite has asked the ambassadors of the six Eastern Partnership countries working with the EU to boost ties to comment on the outcome of the May 22 Riga Summit, EU membership prospects and whether Bulgaria could play any role in their European integration.Below is our interview with H.E. Mykola Baltazhy, the Ambassador of Ukraine to Bulgaria....

    Three Ukrainian serviceman killed in separatist east: Kiev military
    Jun01

    Three Ukrainian serviceman killed in separatist east: Kiev military

    KIEV (Reuters) – Three Ukrainian servicemen have been killed and four others wounded in attacks by pro-Russian separatists in the east over the past 24 hours, Ukraine’s military spokesman said on Monday. …read more Source:...

    Moscow politically unpredictable | Deutschlandradio Kultur – Germany
    Jun01

    Moscow politically unpredictable | Deutschlandradio Kultur – Germany

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    Russia’s blacklist is nothing new says Foreign Minister
    Jun01

    Russia’s blacklist is nothing new says Foreign Minister

    Russia’s blacklist of the EU politicians, including five Latvian representatives, who are barred from entering Russia in response to EU sanctions over Crimea and Ukraine, is nothing new, Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics said on the public Latvian Radio. …read more Source:...

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