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    Bulgaria’s Tourism Reports 9% Growth for 2014/2015 Winter Season
    Apr14

    Bulgaria’s Tourism Reports 9% Growth for 2014/2015 Winter Season

    Bulgaria’s Tourism Minister Nikolina Angelkova boasted about a successful 2014/2015 winter season (December-February), stressing that the period had brought growth of over 9%, with the number of tourists increasing by nearly 80 000. In an interview for Trud daily, Angelkova made clear that tourism revenues had increased by BGN 34 M during...

    Ukraine, Russia Agree to Urge Weapons Withdrawal in Donbass
    Apr14

    Ukraine, Russia Agree to Urge Weapons Withdrawal in Donbass

    Moscow and Kiev representatives have agreed to demand the continued withdrawal of weapons in Eastern Ukraine in a new multilateral meeting aimed at winding down tensions.During talks in Berlin attended by Foreign Ministers of Russia, Ukraine, France and Germany, the parties struck a deal to include in their demands mortars, tanks and heavy...

    “Serbia and Ukraine are friendly countries”
    Apr14

    “Serbia and Ukraine are friendly countries”

    Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko have “emphasized that Serbia and Ukraine are friendly countries.” The two countries also “need to work more on interrelations,” it was announced late on Monday after Vucic and Proshenko had a telephone conversation. …read more Source:...

    Gazprom chief warns EU on higher gas prices
    Apr14

    Gazprom chief warns EU on higher gas prices

    Gazprom chief Alexei Miller has said the EU’s planned energy union will raise the cost of Russian gas and warned that his company will stop supplying gas through Ukraine in 2019. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] Russian-Ukrainian deal on weapons withdrawal
    Apr14

    [Ticker] Russian-Ukrainian deal on weapons withdrawal

    Ukraine and Russia agreed Monday at a meeting of foreign ministers in Berlin to call for the withdrawal of light weapons in the east of Ukraine, but the deal comes amidst fears that continued fighting is endangering the ceasefire. German foreign minister Steinmeier spoke of a “very intensive” discussion. …read more Source:...

    Violence escalates in east Ukraine
    Apr14

    Violence escalates in east Ukraine

    Ukraine’s military accused pro-Russian rebels on Monday of using heavy weapons that were meant to have been withdrawn under a ceasefire deal, …read more Source:...

    Italy’s Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs Benedetto Della Vedova visits Bulgaria
    Apr14

    Italy’s Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs Benedetto Della Vedova visits Bulgaria

    The Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Italy, Benedetto Della Vedova is paying a visit to Sofia today. The programme of the visit envisages consultations with his Bulgarian counterpart, Deputy Foreign Minister Rumen Alexandrov. The two are to discuss illegal immigration; Bulgaria’s joining the Schengen...

    Vucic spoke with Poroshenko
    Apr14

    Vucic spoke with Poroshenko

    BELGRADE – Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic spoke on the phone Monday with Ukrainian President Peter Poroshenko, stressing that Serbia was doing …read more Source:...

    Call for end to renewed fighting in east Ukraine
    Apr14

    Call for end to renewed fighting in east Ukraine

    Foreign ministers from Germany, France, Russia and Ukraine called for an end to the renewed heavy fighting in eastern Ukraine following tough talks in Berlin. …read more Source: RTÉ...

    ‘Grave concern’ about Ukraine in Berlin talks
    Apr14

    ‘Grave concern’ about Ukraine in Berlin talks

    The French, German, Russian and Ukranian foreign ministers expressed “grave concern” Tuesday at a meeting in Berlin about violations of a shaky ceasefire in separatist-held east Ukraine. …read more Source: The Local...

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