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    Latvian leaders pledge support for Ukraine
    Apr28

    Latvian leaders pledge support for Ukraine

    Prime Minister Laimdota Straujuma and Latvia’s Vice President at the European Commission, Valdis Dombrovskis, both pledged ongoing support to embattled Ukraine Tuesday. …read more Source:...

    Government donates EUR 100k to Ukraine
    Apr28

    Government donates EUR 100k to Ukraine

    The Serbian government will make a EUR 100,000 donation to Ukraine during the International Support for Ukraine Conference held in Kiev.The money is meant for “the needs of the persons displaced due to the armed conflict in Ukraine.” …read more Source:...

    EU Pledges EUR 70 M for Nuclear Safety at Chernobyl Site
    Apr28

    EU Pledges EUR 70 M for Nuclear Safety at Chernobyl Site

    The European Commission will provide EUR 70 M to Ukraine for the return of the Chernobyl site to a safe environment. The EUR 70 M pledge, announced at the EU-Ukraine Summit on April 27, amounts to some EUR 360 M provided already for the completion of a number of projects, including the New Safe Confinement being built to enclose the existing...

    Juncker: No more delay on Ukraine free trade
    Apr28

    Juncker: No more delay on Ukraine free trade

    European Commission chief Juncker has said EU-Ukraine free trade should start next year, despite calls for another delay. …read more Source:...

    Bahovski: Moscow holds all the trump cards in Ukraine conflict
    Apr28

    Bahovski: Moscow holds all the trump cards in Ukraine conflict

    Russia’s rebirth could begin in Ukraine, if history repeats itself, says editor-in-chief of the Diplomaatia magazine, Erkki Bahovski. …read more Source:...

    The Business: Tuesday April 28 2015
    Apr28

    The Business: Tuesday April 28 2015

    Company news, markets and financial talking points, available from 8am Monday to Friday OSBORNE FEARS GDP BOMBSHELL The political parties will be watching closely as GDP figures for the first quarter of 2015 are released today. Following a series of disappointing economic data over the first three months that may weigh on the UK’s...

    Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Tuesday 28 Apr 2015
    Apr28

    Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Tuesday 28 Apr 2015

    EIGHT MILLION HIT BY NEPAL EARTHQUAKE The UN has said that eight million people have been affected by Nepal’s worst earthquake for 80 years. More than 4,000 are confirmed to have died – with 8,000 injured – and 1.4 million will need food aid. An RAF plane has left for Nepal carrying UK aid and troops, including Gurkha engineers and...

    POLITICO Brussels Playbook: EU judges at war | Varoufakis out | The Le Pens| Spokespeople shuffle
    Apr28

    POLITICO Brussels Playbook: EU judges at war | Varoufakis out | The Le Pens| Spokespeople shuffle

    By Ryan Heath @PoliticoRyan | [email protected] EU JUDGES AT WAR — ‘FIGHT CLUB’ ERA DAWNS IN EUROPE’S JUDICIARY: Judges are in battle mode over plans to double the size of the European Court of Justice, a change many believe is unnecessary. REFRESHER: WHAT IS THE EUROPEAN COURT OF JUSTICE? http://bit.ly/1QBxAGT. Two quick primers:...

    As Nuke Talks Begin, U.N. Chief Warns of Dangerous Return to Cold War Mentalities
    Apr28

    As Nuke Talks Begin, U.N. Chief Warns of Dangerous Return to Cold War Mentalities

    A view of the General Assembly Hall as Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson (shown on screens) addresses the opening of the 2015 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT). The Review Conference is taking place at U.N. headquarters from Apr. 27 to May 22, 2015. Credit: UN Photo/Loey FelipeBy...

    EU to give Ukraine words, not guns or butter
    Apr27

    EU to give Ukraine words, not guns or butter

    KIEV — Ukraine is at war and facing an economic catastrophe, but this week’s summit with the European Union will leave the country virtually empty handed. Kiev won’t get any weapons or much money. The EU is balking at sending peacekeepers to the war-torn east of the country. Even the idea of giving Ukrainians visa-free entry to the EU...

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