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    Positive Results Noted for Bulgarian Tourism after PR Campaign
    Feb26

    Positive Results Noted for Bulgarian Tourism after PR Campaign

    Cultural artefacts and sites were stated to be the most common associations tourists have with Bulgaria. The findings gathered after a communication campaign point to the fact that Germany is one of the major markets in Europe with an overall positive image of Bulgaria as a tourist destination. Romania is a key market in terms of revenue, while...

    Russia’s Gazprom excludes rebel-held areas from Ukraine’s gas contract
    Feb26

    Russia’s Gazprom excludes rebel-held areas from Ukraine’s gas contract

    Russia gas giant Gazprom said that Ukraine will not have to pay for gas supplied to areas of Ukraine’s eastern Donbass region under rebel control:… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine says it has begun heavy weapons withdrawal
    Feb26

    Ukraine says it has begun heavy weapons withdrawal

    Ukraine said Thursday that it has begun withdrawing heavy weapons from the front line in the country’s east, injecting new hope into the latest peace agreement.Military spokesman Anatoliy Stelmakh said that the armed forces were withdrawing 100-millimetre… …read more Source:...

    Donetsk People’s Republic Retreats Heavy Weapons
    Feb26

    Donetsk People’s Republic Retreats Heavy Weapons

    The leader of the Donetsk People’s Republic, Alexander Zakharchenko said that 90% of its forces have been retreated from the contact line with Ukraine on Thursday. “The Donetsk People’s Republic gives Kiev time till 19:00 Moscow time on February 27 to begin fulfillment of the Minsk agreements of February 12 in what concerns...

    EU Commission’s Juncker, Bulgarian President Discuss Possibilities for Economic Growth
    Feb26

    EU Commission’s Juncker, Bulgarian President Discuss Possibilities for Economic Growth

    The situation in Bulgaria is not easy, because of the lack of economic growth. The average values have improved as compared to the previous year, but nonetheless Bulgaria is among the list of member states with lowest public debt. That was the statement of European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker at a joint press conference, following a...

    This time around, Russia-Ukraine gas feud is mostly hot air
    Feb26

    This time around, Russia-Ukraine gas feud is mostly hot air

    KIEV (Reuters) – The rhetoric is as melodramatic as ever, but this time around Russia’s threat to cut off Ukraine’s natural gas is mostly hot air. …read more Source:...

    Soaring hopes, dark fears
    Feb26

    Soaring hopes, dark fears

    EUROPE means different things to different Ukrainians. One vision is on display at Mezhyhirya, the gaudy palace complex erected by Viktor Yanukovych, the ex-president, on the outskirts of Kiev. Just as he plundered the country he ruled for four years, here Mr Yanukovych ransacked the history of European design, housing himself in an oversized...

    Ukraine crisis: The meaning behind badges and symbols of the conflict
    Feb26

    Ukraine crisis: The meaning behind badges and symbols of the conflict

    Roland Oliphant shows you some of the various symbols and clothing worn by separatists in the battle for Ukraine and explains their meanings …read more Source: The...

    “Moscow planned to annex parts of Ukraine”
    Feb26

    “Moscow planned to annex parts of Ukraine”

    Moscow “has been planning to annex parts of Ukraine for more than 12 months,” according to the Russian opposition newspaper Novaya Gazeta.Britain’s Independent carried a report on its website saying the claims made by the paper were “sensational and extraordinary,” and translated into English by the Ukrainian media...

    Ukraine’s economy presents stern test
    Feb26

    Ukraine’s economy presents stern test

    Euphoria of the Maidan protest has given way to worries about food, heating and painful reforms …read more Source: Financial...

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