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    DefMin Dusa: Ukrainian crisis shows importance of Romania’s Euro-Atlantic choice
    Apr22

    DefMin Dusa: Ukrainian crisis shows importance of Romania’s Euro-Atlantic choice

    The crisis in Ukraine shows the importance of Romania’s Euro-Atlantic choice, resulting in security guarantees, Defence Minister Mircea Dusa said at a celebration of Land Forces Day in Bucharest on Wednesday. …read more Source:...

    PACE welcomes Belarus’ role in organizing negotiations on Ukraine
    Apr22

    PACE welcomes Belarus’ role in organizing negotiations on Ukraine

    “I certainly acknowledge the role Belarus played in organizing those important meetings and talks. They were aimed at finding ways to settle the conflict in eastern Ukraine. I express my appreciation and respect to all those who contributed to those efforts despite the fact that the Minsk accords are quite fragile and the ceasefire is...

    Roman Bezsmertny: Ukraine needs to abandon Minsk as places for negotiations
    Apr22

    Roman Bezsmertny: Ukraine needs to abandon Minsk as places for negotiations

    Minsk is not a European game, but Putin’s zone of influence, and Kiev should be free from it. …read more Source:...

    AHK Baltics: German entrepreneurs remain confident despite Ukraine crisis
    Apr22

    AHK Baltics: German entrepreneurs remain confident despite Ukraine crisis

    Despite the Ukraine conflict, German companies continue to believe in the good prospects of the three Baltic markets. Nine out of ten German investors participating in the recent survey of the AHK Baltic States would re-invest in the region, reports BC Annika Bostelmann. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    For the first time in 2015 tourist liner docks in Varna
    Apr22

    For the first time in 2015 tourist liner docks in Varna

    The first for this year tourist liner Princendam with 800 tourists onboard, docked at Port Varna on the Black Sea coast. For the many cruise ships that were expected to dock there but did not, there one single reason – the crisis in Ukraine, comments Vladimir Karadzhov, cruise ships operator for Bulgaria. This year there will be only 8 liners...

    OSCE Reports Intensified Fighting Around Donetsk Airport
    Apr22

    OSCE Reports Intensified Fighting Around Donetsk Airport

    The OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) to Ukraine reported intensified fighting around Donetsk airport and Shyrokyne as well as military movements on both sides of the contact line. This was stated in the latest report of the SMM, which monitors the implementation of the Minsk agreements. The report, which was released on Tuesday, said that...

    [Ticker] Nato to hold cyber defence drill in Estonia
    Apr22

    [Ticker] Nato to hold cyber defence drill in Estonia

    About 400 computer experts will participate in a cyber security drill in Estonia this week, reports AP. The move is part of Nato’s attempt to boost its defences against potential hacking attacks and comes amid heightened tensions in eastern Europe following Russia’s intervention in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Bulgaria to Post 70 Troops to Deal with Refugee Influx at Border
    Apr22

    Bulgaria to Post 70 Troops to Deal with Refugee Influx at Border

    Bulgarian Defence Minister Nikolay Nenchev announced on Wednesday that 70 troops will be posted to the border with Turkey in order to help the border police deal with the influx of refugees. The troops will be stationed at the border on April 27 and the Defence Ministry will also help with military equipment, the minister said in an interview for...

    US Welcomes Poland’s USD 5 B Military Spending
    Apr22

    US Welcomes Poland’s USD 5 B Military Spending

    The US has welcomed the announced plans of the Polish government to purchase US-produced Patriot surface-to-air missiles at a total cost of USD 5 B. Reportedly, additional USD 3 B will be spend on weapons from European contractors. The helicopters 725 Carcal also known as Super Cougar will be a part of the purchase. The statement was released at...

    [Ticker] Medvedev – Sanctions over Crimea ‘price worth paying’
    Apr22

    [Ticker] Medvedev – Sanctions over Crimea ‘price worth paying’

    Western sanctions against Russia following its annexation of Crimea were a price worth paying, prime minister Dmitri Medvedev said Tuesday. In his annual statement to Parliament, Medvedev conceded that the sanctions, combined with the oil price slump, had done “meaningful” harm to the economy, amounting to €25 billion. …read more Source:...

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