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    EU walks fine line with eastern partners in shadow of Russia woes
    May23

    EU walks fine line with eastern partners in shadow of Russia woes

    EU leaders reaffirmed their commitment Friday to six eastern partners, but differing levels of ambition exposed strains in the relationships, with the talks overshadowed by Ukraine’s crisis and tensions with Russia.The European Union’s Eastern Partnership… …read more Source:...

    Prisoners on both sides tortured and murdered in eastern Ukraine, says Amnesty
    May22

    Prisoners on both sides tortured and murdered in eastern Ukraine, says Amnesty

    Amnesty International says both sides in the conflict in eastern Ukraine are carrying out war crimes on a near daily basis …read more Source: The...

    Modest Eastern Partnership summit ends modestly
    May22

    Modest Eastern Partnership summit ends modestly

    RIGA — Expectations were pretty low going into the Eastern Partnership summit and in the end the meeting between European Union leaders and six post-Soviet republics lived up to that unambitious standard. Unlike the previous summit in Vilnius in late 2013, when thousands of Ukrainians had taken to the streets of Kiev to demonstrate in favor of...

    EU keeps former Soviet countries at arm’s length
    May22

    EU keeps former Soviet countries at arm’s length

    The EU kept former Soviet states at arm’s length in the Riga summit, held in the shadow of Russia’s aggression in Ukraine. Greece and the UK referendum gatecrashed the event. …read more Source:...

    Polish establishment rallies around Komorowski
    May22

    Polish establishment rallies around Komorowski

    WARSAW — Locked in a dead heat against an unexpectedly strong challenger, incumbent Polish President Bronisław Komorowski is warning voters that if they choose Andrzej Duda over him on Sunday then almost a decade of Polish foreign policy gains could be jeopardized. “You can’t choose people who would oppose Poland and the West,” Komorowski...

    Minsk session of contact group on Ukraine over
    May22

    Minsk session of contact group on Ukraine over

    The contact group on Ukraine summed up results of the work done by the group’s subgroups on political, economic, humanitarian affairs and security. …read more Source:...

    Trilateral contact group on Ukraine in session in Minsk
    May22

    Trilateral contact group on Ukraine in session in Minsk

    The contact group on Ukraine is supposed to sum up results of the work done by the group’s subgroups on political, economic, humanitarian affairs and security. …read more Source:...

    Belarusian-Ukrainian commission on economic cooperation may resume work soon
    May22

    Belarusian-Ukrainian commission on economic cooperation may resume work soon

    According to the Ambassador, the difficulties caused by the situation in Ukraine’s southeast have somewhat reduced the level of Belarus-Ukraine cooperation. “Last year the volume of mutual trade was close to $6 billion. It is now lower, unfortunately. Nevertheless, Ukraine remains Belarus’ second most important trading partner after...

    President Iohannis: Implementation of EU’s agreements with Moldova, Ukraine and Georgia must remain a priority
    May22

    President Iohannis: Implementation of EU’s agreements with Moldova, Ukraine and Georgia must remain a priority

    President Klaus Iohannis on Friday stated that the implementation of the existing agreements between the EU and Republic of Moldova, Ukraine and Georgia must remain a priority and that the Union must support this process of implementation by providing technical and financial assistance. …read more Source:...

    EU summit pledges €1.8bn to Ukraine but Russia remains elephant in room
    May22

    EU summit pledges €1.8bn to Ukraine but Russia remains elephant in room

    European leaders in Riga accused of expecting Eastern Partnership countries to bring in reforms for little in return while Kremlin offers ‘cash with fewer strings’European leaders pledged Ukraine €1.8bn (£1.3bn) and the vague prospect of visa-free travel at an EU summit in Riga where the Kremlin’s newly assertive policy in...

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