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    Vovk: Belarus, Pakistan should reach $1bn in trade
    Jun08

    Vovk: Belarus, Pakistan should reach $1bn in trade

    “I have already said that we need to reach $1 billion in trade with Pakistan. Today we have $6-7 billion in trade with Ukraine which population is 45 million people. Just to compare: Pakistan is home to nearly 200 million people. It is a huge market,” said Industry Minister of Belarus Vitaly Vovk. …read more Source:...

    Merkel and Obama urge hard line against Russia at G7 summit
    Jun08

    Merkel and Obama urge hard line against Russia at G7 summit

    Elmau, Germany (dpa) – German Chancellor Angela Merkel and US President Barack Obama on Sunday called on the leaders of the world’s major economies to take a tough stance against Russia over the conflict in Ukraine.”I’m assuming that we will send… …read more Source:...

    G7 condems ‘Russian aggression in Ukraine’
    Jun08

    G7 condems ‘Russian aggression in Ukraine’

    World leaders at a G7 summit in Germany were on Monday set to present a united front against global security threats ranging from jihadist insurgencies to what US President Barack Obama condemned as “Russian aggression in Ukraine”. …read more Source: The Local...

    U.S. and Germany willing to maintain sanctions against Kremlin
    Jun08

    U.S. and Germany willing to maintain sanctions against Kremlin

    During a G7 meeting in Germany over the weekend, the leaders of the U.S. and Germany voiced their stance that sanctions against the Kremlin should remain in force until Russia will implement in Ukraine the Minsk ceasefire deals. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Makei, Lavrov to discuss situation in Ukraine
    Jun08

    Makei, Lavrov to discuss situation in Ukraine

    The talks will be held as part of Vladimir Makei’s visit to Russia on 7-8 June following Sergei Lavrov’s invitation. …read more Source:...

    Riga summit and the uncertain future of the Eastern Partnership (EaP)
    Jun08

    Riga summit and the uncertain future of the Eastern Partnership (EaP)

    The 4th Eastern Partnership (EaP) summit, which took place on 21 and 22 May in Riga, Latvia, has not significantly contributed to any major political decision which was on the the agenda. The European Commission and Ukraine signed a memorandum of understanding and a loan agreement for 1.8 billion Euros in the third EU Macro-Financial Assistance...

    Putin far worse threat to EU than ‘Grexit’
    Jun08

    Putin far worse threat to EU than ‘Grexit’

    While “Grexit” and “Brexit” dominate headlines, POLITICO’s Transatlantic Caucus survey shows Vladimir Putin is seen as a greater threat to Europe. The Russian president represents by far the most serious challenge to Europe at the moment, followed by the bloc’s weak economy. The prospects of budget-plagued Greece leaving the euro or...

    G7 leaders urge tough line on Russia at Alpine summit
    Jun08

    G7 leaders urge tough line on Russia at Alpine summit

    KRUEN, Germany (Reuters) – Group of Seven (G7) leaders vowed at a summit in the Bavarian Alps on Sunday to keep sanctions against Russia in place until President Vladimir Putin and Moscow-backed separatists fully implement the terms of a peace deal for Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Cameron hoping to send tough message over Ukraine
    Jun08

    Cameron hoping to send tough message over Ukraine

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    Putin tests Western unity on Ukraine with overture to Italy
    Jun08

    Putin tests Western unity on Ukraine with overture to Italy

    President Putin made a fresh attempt to divide the West with a pitch for the support of Matteo Renzi as… …read more Source: The...

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