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    Grybauskaite in Riga: stable Eastern neighbourhood means more secure Europe
    May22

    Grybauskaite in Riga: stable Eastern neighbourhood means more secure Europe

    Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite is attending the Eastern Partnership summit in Riga. During the two-day event, the president together with other EU leaders and representatives of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine will discuss the achievements within the framework of the EU’s Eastern Partnership programme and...

    Human rights commissioner Muiznieks points out significant violations in Ukraine and Russia
    May22

    Human rights commissioner Muiznieks points out significant violations in Ukraine and Russia

    Over the course of one year, Council of Europe (CoE) Commissioner for Human Rights Nils Muiznieks has visited Ukraine four times, and Russia once, establishing violations in both countries, reports LETA. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Hahn: Riga summit final declaration will suit all
    May22

    Hahn: Riga summit final declaration will suit all

    “I am totally confident that by the end of the day we will have the declaration that will satisfy everyone,” Johannes Hahn said. When asked about whether the final version will have reference to Crimea, Johannes Hahn noted that this issue has not been resolved yet. …read more Source:...

    Makei: Belarus for peace and stability in European region
    May22

    Makei: Belarus for peace and stability in European region

    When asked whether he refers to Ukraine, Vladimir Makei said: “Not only. We would like to see our continent to peaceful and stable. Irrespective of Ukraine. This also applies to the economic issues, financial problems.” …read more Source:...

    Big day dawns at Riga Summit
    May22

    Big day dawns at Riga Summit

    European leaders met in the Latvian capital Riga Friday on the second day of a summit meeting designed to determine the shape of future relations between the 28 EU member states and six member of the bloc’s Eastern Partnership policy: Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova, Azerbaijan, Armenia and Belarus. …read more Source:...

    One worker killed in heavy shelling of Avdiyivka coke plant in east Ukraine: Metinvest
    May22

    One worker killed in heavy shelling of Avdiyivka coke plant in east Ukraine: Metinvest

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine’s largest steel company, Metinvest, said on Friday one worker had been killed and two wounded after its Avdiyivka coke plant in east Ukraine was hit by heavy shelling, damaging the factory’s equipment and transport infrastructure. …read more Source:...

    About 500 people from 21 countries to partake in Gomel Economic Forum
    May22

    About 500 people from 21 countries to partake in Gomel Economic Forum

    Partaking in the forum will be official delegations, representatives of embassies, banking and financial institutions, businessmen. Such industrial countries as China, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, the Netherlands and Turkey are also interested in the event. Representatives of the Belarusian, Russian, Kazakhstani, Ukrainian, Lithuanian,...

    ‘Russian soldiers’ confess to OSCE
    May22

    ‘Russian soldiers’ confess to OSCE

    Two men captured by Ukrainian troops confess to being members of the Russian armed forces, according to European mediators. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine fears spread of separatist conflict amid hostility towards Kiev
    May22

    Ukraine fears spread of separatist conflict amid hostility towards Kiev

    Attacks in Odessa and Kharkiv suggest instability is extending across the country, fuelled by rising inflation and rocketing utility prices On a bright Sunday morning in February, Ihor Rassokha was at a pro-Ukraine rally in Kharkhiv with a friend, the local scientist Igor Tolmachov.Suddenly there was an explosion, Rossokha recalled, sounding like...

    Hollande’s calculated turn on Russia
    May22

    Hollande’s calculated turn on Russia

    PARIS — An unlikely new player has waltzed onto France’s political stage: Vladimir Putin. Two years away from a presidential election, French political leaders have split into two camps with regard to the Russian president. On one side, ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy and far-right leader Marine Le Pen have defended the annexation of Crimea...

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