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    Stele with national flag attacked with bomb in center of Kharkiv
    Apr07

    Stele with national flag attacked with bomb in center of Kharkiv

    A stele with Ukraine’s national flag was attacked by a bomber on Prospekt Pravda in the center of Kharkiv early on Tuesday morning, but the explosive device failed to bring down the flagpole. …read more Source:...

    EU capitals try to downplay Tsipras' visit to Moscow
    Apr07

    EU capitals try to downplay Tsipras' visit to Moscow

    Author(s): Dan Alexe h_51876365.jpg Athens’ flirting with Moscow has caused anger and stupefaction among Greece’s European allies, particularly after the government, on its first day in office, issued a public rebuke to the EU over a joint statement regarding sanctions on Russia. …read more Source: New...

    Tsipras putting off EU partners with Moscow trip | Kurier – Austria
    Apr07

    Tsipras putting off EU partners with Moscow trip | Kurier – Austria

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    Ministers meet to discuss Turkish Stream
    Apr07

    Ministers meet to discuss Turkish Stream

    The foreign ministers of Hungary, Serbia, Greece and Macedonia are meeting in Budapest today (7 April) to discuss possible collaboration with the proposed ‘Turkish Stream’ pipeline bringing Russian gas to Europe via Turkey, bypassing Ukraine. The plan was announced by Russian President Vladimir Putin during a visit to Ankara in December, as...

    Russia Ready to Talk Gas Price Discount, New Loans with Greece – Kommersant
    Apr07

    Russia Ready to Talk Gas Price Discount, New Loans with Greece – Kommersant

    Russia is ready to consider a discount to the price of natural gas it is selling to Greece and an extension of new loans to the cash-strapped country, Russian newspaper Kommersant reported on Tuesday. The business daily quoted an unnamed Russian government source as saying that Athens would be expected to offer Moscow to acquire certain assets in...

    Czech president, US ambassador in rare public spat
    Apr07

    Czech president, US ambassador in rare public spat

    Author(s): Dan Alexe Milos Zeman and Vladimir Putin.jpg Czech President Miloš Zeman and the US ambassador Andrew Schapiro are in a rare public dispute over Zeman’s decision to attend a Russian military parade. The country’s prime minister and most Czech lawmakers are siding with the American. In an interview with online publication...

    Poland: Watchtowers on Russia border not linked to Ukraine conflict
    Apr07

    Poland: Watchtowers on Russia border not linked to Ukraine conflict

    Poland says its plan to build six watchtowers on the border with the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad is not linked to the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine roundtable: Russia fails to attract political elites of harmed countries
    Apr07

    Ukraine roundtable: Russia fails to attract political elites of harmed countries

    On Friday and Saturday, the European College of the University of Tartu hosted the seminar “Critical Perspectives and Critical Dimensions on the Ongoing Ukrainian Crisis: Which Systemic Challenges to the EU-Russia Dialogue?” …read more Source:...

    The Times: Russia issues nuclear threat over Crimea and Baltic States
    Apr07

    The Times: Russia issues nuclear threat over Crimea and Baltic States

    Russia has threatened to use nuclear force against the United States and its NATO allies over Crimea and the Baltic States, in a stark warning reportedly issued by Moscow’s envoys to their counterparts earlier this month, the British newspaper The Times reported on April 2rd, cites LETA. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Former Ukraine president calls for new Marshall Plan
    Apr07

    Former Ukraine president calls for new Marshall Plan

    Viktor Yushchenko, former president of Ukraine said in an interview Sunday that the western nations were completely unprepared for Vladimir Putin’s aggressive actions against his country and called for them to supply it with lethal weapons of defense against the Russia’s offensive invasion. …read more Source:...

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