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    Slovakia Proposes to Russia Gas Pipeline Involving Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary
    Jun03

    Slovakia Proposes to Russia Gas Pipeline Involving Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary

    Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico announced presented Tuesday in Moscow a gas pipeline project involving Bulgaria, Romania, and Hungary. Fico presented to his Russian counterpart Dmitry Medvedev a new option for delivering Russian gas to Central and Eastern Europe, according to reports of the TASS news agency, The gas pipeline project, which...

    Bulgaria is again within the scope of Russian sanctions against the West
    Jun03

    Bulgaria is again within the scope of Russian sanctions against the West

    Russia and the West continue to impose counter sanctions against each other. Several days ago, at the insistence of the European Union, Moscow sent to a series of European embassies a list containing the names of 89 people from 17 countries, whose access to the Russian Federation was banned due to their critical attitude towards Russia’s...

    Schulz: Russian ambassador not welcomed
    Jun03

    Schulz: Russian ambassador not welcomed

    European Parliament President Martin Schulz told MEPs Tuesday that he would bar Russia’s EU ambassador from entering the institution in retaliation for a recent travel ban imposed by Russia on European political figures. Last week, the Russian Foreign Ministry handed over to several EU embassies a list of 89 politicians and military leaders...

    The bloggers using social media to track down Russian soldiers fighting in Ukraine
    Jun03

    The bloggers using social media to track down Russian soldiers fighting in Ukraine

    Using pictures and status updates as evidence, amateur investigators say they are gathering proof that the Kremlin is actively involved in conflict. RFE/RL reportsIn his free time, Ukrainian blogger Anton Pavlushko trawls through Russian-language social networking sites searching for evidence of foreign soldiers in his country.“Sometimes you need...

    Yoav Chudnoff: a Tale of Bulgaria, US and a Talking Imperial Eagle
    Jun03

    Yoav Chudnoff: a Tale of Bulgaria, US and a Talking Imperial Eagle

    When John B Jackson, an American diplomat who by the mid-1900s had served in US diplomatic missions all over the world, learned in 1903 that Bulgaria would be added to Greece, Romania and Serbia in his portfolio, he was “dead set against it”. “He said, I don’t want to be here, take me away, it’s backward. As time...

    Missile manufacturer offers to blow up a Boeing similar to MH17 plane
    Jun03

    Missile manufacturer offers to blow up a Boeing similar to MH17 plane

    State-run Almaz-Antey said its own analysis of the MH17 wreckage indicated that the type of rocket it was hit by was not in service with the Russian military but was held in Ukrainian arsenals. …read more Source: Daily...

    Missile-maker could blow up passenger jet to ‘prove MH17 not downed by Russian weapon’
    Jun02

    Missile-maker could blow up passenger jet to ‘prove MH17 not downed by Russian weapon’

    State arms manufacturer says passenger jet was hit with older Buk missile used by Ukrainian forces …read more Source: The...

    Roland Garros: Ana Ivanovic cruises into semis
    Jun02

    Roland Garros: Ana Ivanovic cruises into semis

    PARIS – Serbia’s best female tennis player Ana Ivanovic reached semifinals at Roland Garros, after crushing Elina Svitolina of Ukraine 6-3, 6-2 …read more Source:...

    Procedural disagreements during Minsk talks on Ukraine
    Jun02

    Procedural disagreements during Minsk talks on Ukraine

    “A number of procedural disagreements were detected today, this is why the discussion of the work of the subgroups had to be postponed. There is nothing scary or critical about it. Nevertheless, we hope that consensus will be found in the near future,” said Denis Pushilin. …read more Source:...

    No final results in any subgroup on Ukraine in Minsk
    Jun02

    No final results in any subgroup on Ukraine in Minsk

    “The work in the subgroups is indeed very constructive. Mutual understanding has been secured on a number of matters, however, there is a certain number of details that need more discussing. Unfortunately, I cannot say that any of the subgroups has achieved final results,” noted Vladislav Deinego. …read more Source:...

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