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    Ukraine says Russian security services involved in recent cyber attack
    Jul01

    Ukraine says Russian security services involved in recent cyber attack

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine’s state security service (SBU) said on Saturday that the Russian security services were involved in a recent cyber attack that hit Ukraine, saying the aim was to destroy important data and spread panic. …read more Source:...

    Putin extends counter-sanctions against EU
    Jun30

    Putin extends counter-sanctions against EU

    Russian President Vladimir Putin issued a decree on Friday extending through 2018 sanctions against the EU that he imposed in retaliation for action by the West after the Kremlin’s military intervention in Ukraine. Putin’s move came in the same week that the EU formally approved a six-month extension of its sanctions against Russia,...

    Ukraine detains two Russian border guards on its territory: TASS
    Jun30

    Ukraine detains two Russian border guards on its territory: TASS

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Two Russian guards have been detained in Ukraine after crossing the border near the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea, TASS news agency cited Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) as saying on Friday. …read more Source:...

    Putin extends embargo on Western food imports through 2018
    Jun30

    Putin extends embargo on Western food imports through 2018

    Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday extended Moscow’s embargo on food products from the West until the end of 2018, continuing its policy of retaliation for sanctions over Ukraine, reports LETA. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Russia suspends payments to Council of Europe over Crimea row
    Jun30

    Russia suspends payments to Council of Europe over Crimea row

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia has suspended payments to the Council of Europe for this year, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Friday, retaliation for its delegation there being stripped of its voting rights. …read more Source:...

    U.S. army gear could be ‘Made in Ukraine’ under new defence deals
    Jun30

    U.S. army gear could be ‘Made in Ukraine’ under new defence deals

    KIEV (Reuters) – Defence agreements announced during a visit by the Ukrainian president to Washington this month will provide Ukraine with access to defensive military equipment of the sort needed to combat Russian-backed separatists in the east. …read more Source:...

    Chaos and order in a changing world
    Jun30

    Chaos and order in a changing world

    I first met Margaret Thatcher in the early 1970s, when she was Secretary of Education. My wife was doing research on education and urged that I meet her. It took a little doing because she did not see the absolute necessity of a Security Adviser meeting with a Minister of Education, but we did meet and it started a friendship, which lasted until...

    Ties with Bulgarians living abroad given new momentum
    Jun30

    Ties with Bulgarians living abroad given new momentum

    The outgoing week will be remembered for the demonstration, on several different occasions, of a heightened interest inside the country in Bulgarians who, for one reason or another, live abroad. An interest that has always been there, but which now seems to be acquiring new dimensions. One of the factors that set this pattern seems to be that the...

    Eurovision asks Ukraine to pay fine for delays and row with Russia
    Jun30

    Eurovision asks Ukraine to pay fine for delays and row with Russia

    The management of the international Eurovision song contest has asked Ukraine to pay a large fine for problems in the organisation of the 2017 competition events in Kyiv. European Broadcasting Union stated Ukraine’s state broadcaster UA:PBC should pay the fine because of “severe delays which created unnecessary difficulties»....

    European Union extends sanctions against Russia
    Jun30

    European Union extends sanctions against Russia

    Latvia supports the extension of European Union’s sanctions against Russia, which were imposed to oppose Russia’s annexation of Crimea and aggression in Ukraine, as reported by Foreign Affairs Ministry. …read more Source: Baltic News...

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