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    Belarusian foilsmen 8th at Fencing Euro 2015
    Jun10

    Belarusian foilsmen 8th at Fencing Euro 2015

    The Belarusian squad of Sergei Byk, Alexander Shelenkov, Vladislav Logunov and Alexander Lukashevich defeated the Czech Republic 45-28 en route to the quarterfinal when they lost 28-45 to Russia. In the event for the 5th-8th places the Belarusian foilsmen suffered two defeats: 28-45 to Italy and 38-45 to Ukraine to finish 8th. …read more...

    Explosion rips through Kiev fuel depot as firefighters fought blaze
    Jun10

    Explosion rips through Kiev fuel depot as firefighters fought blaze

    A huge operation was in action involving 62 fire-fighting units and three trains which had delivered equipment and water supplies to the area just outside the Ukrainian capital. …read more Source: Daily...

    Granting Bulgarian citizenship continues to grow less
    Jun10

    Granting Bulgarian citizenship continues to grow less

    From January to end of May Bulgarian passports have been issued to 2 953 foreign nationals, the Ministry of Justice informs. By tradition, the largest number of foreigners asking for Bulgarian identity papers is from Macedonia, Ukraine and Moldova. The tendency remains for a decline in the number of ban passports granted. In 2014 they were 5 429...

    [Ticker] EU welcomes Ukraine-Hungary gas deal
    Jun10

    [Ticker] EU welcomes Ukraine-Hungary gas deal

    The European Commission on Tuesday welcomed an interconnection agreement between gas network operators in Hungary and Ukraine allowing flows of natural gas both ways across the border. The deal between Hungarian operator Földgázszállító Zrt. and Ukraine’s Ukrtransgaz should reduce Gazprom’s control of the gas network in Ukraine, the...

    U.S., G7 ready to impose more sanctions on Russia over Ukraine
    Jun10

    U.S., G7 ready to impose more sanctions on Russia over Ukraine

    U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew told Ukrainian leaders on Tuesday that the United States and its G7 allies stood ready to impose more sanctions on Moscow if needed, a Treasury official said, Reuters reports. …read more Source: Macedonian Information...

    Kyiv fuel depot fire ‘under control’
    Jun10

    Kyiv fuel depot fire ‘under control’

    Security officials in Ukraine claim firefighters have now managed to contain a huge blaze at a fuel depot some 30 kilometres from the capital… …read more Source:...

    Isolated Putin seeks sympathetic ear in Italy
    Jun10

    Isolated Putin seeks sympathetic ear in Italy

    Vladimir Putin makes a rare international outing on Wednesday with a high-profile visit to Italy and the Vatican, two days after the G7 threatened him with tougher sanctions over Ukraine. …read more Source: The Local...

    OSCE supports Belarus, Ukraine in assessing environmental risks in Chernobyl Exclusion Zone
    Jun10

    OSCE supports Belarus, Ukraine in assessing environmental risks in Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

    On 9 June Kiev played host to the concluding meeting of the project “Assessment of Environmental Risks in the Exclusion Zone along the Ukrainian and Belarusian Borders” organized by the Office of the Coordinator of OSCE Economic and Environmental Activities (OCEEA). …read more Source:...

    Vladimir Putin to meet Pope Francis
    Jun10

    Vladimir Putin to meet Pope Francis

    Russian leader and head of the Catholic Church will discuss the Ukraine crisis …read more Source: The...

    Putin’s trip to Rome underscores Russia’s special relationship with Italy
    Jun10

    Putin’s trip to Rome underscores Russia’s special relationship with Italy

    The Russian president, who has been treated as a pariah on the world stage, is likely to receive a warmer welcome in Italy than he would elsewhere in the EUVladimir Putin might not have been welcome at the G7 meeting of world leaders in Germany this week, but when he touches down in Milan on Wednesday, the Russian president is likely to receive a...

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