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    International News in Brief: Danish millions going to bolster Ukraine and Georgia
    Nov23

    International News in Brief: Danish millions going to bolster Ukraine and Georgia

    The foreign minister, Anders Samuelsen, has approved a new five-year aid program in Ukraine and Georgia worth 860 million kroner. The so called ‘neighbourhood program’ focuses on core areas within the country’s reform efforts, particularly within democracy, human rights, and sustainable and inclusive economic growth. Moving out of the...

    Bad Roads review – love, sex and terror in violent vignettes from Ukraine
    Nov23

    Bad Roads review – love, sex and terror in violent vignettes from Ukraine

    Royal Court, LondonThere are echoes of Sarah Kane in Natal’ya Vorozhbit’s powerful play exploring the collateral damage suffered by women during Ukraine’s conflictTheatre can sometimes jolt the memory. At a time when Ukraine has fallen off the media radar, this play by Natal’ya Vorozhbit, translated by Sasha Dugdale,...

    International News in Brief: Danish millions going to bolster Ukraine and Georgia
    Nov23

    International News in Brief: Danish millions going to bolster Ukraine and Georgia

    The foreign minister, Anders Samuelsen, has approved a new five-year aid program in Ukraine and Georgia worth 860 million kroner. The so called ‘neighbourhood program’ focuses on core areas within the country’s reform efforts, particularly within democracy, human rights, and sustainable and inclusive economic growth. Moving out of the...

    Power struggle in eastern Ukraine threatens peace process

    Armed men in unmarked uniforms in Luhansk: The power struggle seems to be intensifying in this separatist stronghold in eastern Ukraine. Scenes in the center of the city are reminiscent of the annexation of Crimea. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Dacic explains why he won’t receive Ukraine’s ambassador
    Nov22

    Dacic explains why he won’t receive Ukraine’s ambassador

    The Serbian Foreign Ministry (MFA) said on Tuesday it remained committed to overcoming disagreements and enhancing bilateral relations with Ukraine. This comes despite the insistence by Ukraine’s ambassador to Belgrade on the stance that Russia is using Serbia to create chaos and provoke a war in the Balkans, Tanjug reported, citing a press...

    Gov’t passes measures to promote rights to linguistic identity of ethnic Romanians in Ukraine
    Nov22

    Gov’t passes measures to promote rights to linguistic identity of ethnic Romanians in Ukraine

    A series of direct support measures for ethnic Romanians enrolled with schools in Ukraine providing Romanian-language tuition were developed by the Romanian Government on Wednesday, at the proposal of the Ministry for Romanians Abroad (MRP). …read more Source:...

    FM Dacic explains why he won’t receive Ukraine’s ambassador
    Nov22

    FM Dacic explains why he won’t receive Ukraine’s ambassador

    The Serbian Foreign Ministry (MFA) said on Tuesday it remained committed to overcoming disagreements and enhancing bilateral relations with Ukraine.This comes despite the insistence by Ukraine’s ambassador to Belgrade on the stance that Russia is using Serbia to create chaos and provoke a war in the Balkans, Tanjug reported, citing a press...

    FM Dacic explains why he won’t receive Ukraine’s ambassador
    Nov22

    FM Dacic explains why he won’t receive Ukraine’s ambassador

    The Serbian Foreign Ministry (MFA) said on Tuesday it remained committed to overcoming disagreements and enhancing bilateral relations with Ukraine.This comes despite the insistence by Ukraine’s ambassador to Belgrade on the stance that Russia is using Serbia to create chaos and provoke a war in the Balkans, Tanjug reported, citing a press...

    EU fails to identify and protect gay, lesbian, and transgender asylum seekers
    Nov22

    EU fails to identify and protect gay, lesbian, and transgender asylum seekers

    Daar* was scared to tell anyone he was gay, let alone the foreign officials who held his future in their hands. So when the 28-year-old Syrian from Damascus had his first interview for European asylum on the Aegean island of Lesvos, he kept mum, even though revealing his identity would have helped him start a new life away from the island’s...

    Most Ukrainian ‘first resident permit’ holders went to Poland for work: Eurostat
    Nov22

    Most Ukrainian ‘first resident permit’ holders went to Poland for work: Eurostat

    The largest group of non-EU nationals to arrive in the bloc on so-called first residence permits last year came from Ukraine, and most of them went to Poland for work, the European Statistics Office Eurostat has said. …read more Source: Polskie...

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