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    Ukraine adopts May 8 and poppy to remember WWII victims
    May07

    Ukraine adopts May 8 and poppy to remember WWII victims

    Ukraine is changing the way it commemorates World War II, as euronews correspondent Maria Korenyuk reports from Kyiv. “For the first time in… …read more Source:...

    Pentagon chief: Russian-backed militants in Donbas preparing for new offensive
    May07

    Pentagon chief: Russian-backed militants in Donbas preparing for new offensive

    U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter has confirmed NATO supreme allied commander. …read more Source:...

    Moscow court extends Savchenko’s arrest until June 30
    May07

    Moscow court extends Savchenko’s arrest until June 30

    Moscow’s Basmanny court has extended the arrest of captive Ukrainian pilot and imprisoned MP Nadiya Savchenko until June 30. …read more Source:...

    EU to deepen ties with former Soviet states
    May07

    EU to deepen ties with former Soviet states

    EU states are planning to implement the free trade treaty with Ukraine – the centrepiece of the “Eastern Partnership” – in January despite Russian objections. …read more Source:...

    Latvian MFA: the Eastern Partnership Summit will be a challenge for the EU
    May07

    Latvian MFA: the Eastern Partnership Summit will be a challenge for the EU

    On 5-6 May 2015 in Helsingør and Copenhagen, the Foreign Minister of Latvia, Edgars Rinkevics, took part in the meeting of the Nordic and Baltic (NB8) Foreign Ministers, who discussed the issues of energy security, strategic communication and an independent media environment, the European Union (EU) Eastern Partnership and developments in...

    [Ticker] Ukraine tension escalates over killings
    May07

    [Ticker] Ukraine tension escalates over killings

    Tensions in Ukraine continue to escalate as five Ukrainian soldiers perished in clashes with rebels in towns in and around separatist held territories of Donetsk earlier this week, reports AP. Representatives from both sides met Wednesday in Minsk to discuss ways to calm the recent upsurge in fighting. …read more Source:...

    Over half Lithuanian companies geopolitical tensions will not affect business
    May07

    Over half Lithuanian companies geopolitical tensions will not affect business

    The first results of the Survey of Lithuania’s Non-financial Enterprises shows that most entrepreneurs believe that the events in Ukraine will not affect or insignificantly affect the financial situation and ability to repay loans of the enterprises that they represent. During the study, the heads or financiers of around 500 enterprises in...

    Bulgaria’s Last King Warns against Political Intrigues
    May07

    Bulgaria’s Last King Warns against Political Intrigues

    “Nobody asked for the King’s return to politics, this is where incredible fantasies and myths have been set off,” Bulgaria’s last monarch and former PM has said.In an interview with the Bulgarian National Television, Simeon Saxe-Coburg-Gotha has dismissed any likelihood of him returning to the political field, adding his...

    Bulgaria Cannot Confirm Release of Maersk Tigris Crew
    May07

    Bulgaria Cannot Confirm Release of Maersk Tigris Crew

    Bulgarian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Betina Zhoteva has said she is unableto confirm reports that the crew of Maersk Tigris container ship has been set free.Maersk Tigris was impounded by Iranian authorities over what they maintain is a commercial dispute.The captain of Maersk Tigris is a Bulgarian national, but there are also people from...

    A road trip into the Communist past – in pictures
    May07

    A road trip into the Communist past – in pictures

    Inspired by vintage postcards, photographer Marco Citron’s series of ‘boring landscapes’ from the former Soviet Union reveals the beautiful in the banal, says The Calvert Journal … …read more Source: The...

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