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    Sofia-Moscow Relations ‘Not Good’, Russia Tells Bulgarian Opposition
    Mar17

    Sofia-Moscow Relations ‘Not Good’, Russia Tells Bulgarian Opposition

    Instructions from Brussels and Washington are the reason why the Russian Federation’s relations with Bulgaria are not going through the best of times, Russian State Duma Chair Sergey Narishkin has said.Receiving the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP)’s Mihail Mikov on Tuesday, he added that the government in Bulgaria sometimes...

    US State Department: Putin admits Russian military intervention in Crimea
    Mar17

    US State Department: Putin admits Russian military intervention in Crimea

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has admitted that the Russian armed forces acted on the territory of Crimea and were ready to take aggressive actions. …read more Source:...

    Rebel ‘status’ row erupts in Ukraine
    Mar17

    Rebel ‘status’ row erupts in Ukraine

    A row about the proposed “special status” of rebel-held areas in eastern Ukraine threatens the country’s fragile ceasefire deal. …read more Source:...

    Russia apparently preparing major war | Süddeutsche Zeitung – Germany
    Mar17

    Russia apparently preparing major war | Süddeutsche Zeitung – Germany

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    States want arms deals rather than peace | Večernji List – Croatia
    Mar17

    States want arms deals rather than peace | Večernji List – Croatia

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    Latvian MFA announces a grant project competition for cooperation projects in Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine
    Mar17

    Latvian MFA announces a grant project competition for cooperation projects in Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine

    On 16 March 2015, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced a grant project competition, “Support for development cooperation in certain recipient countries selected by Latvia”, reports BC the Latvian MFA. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Portugal registers boom in number of requests for asylum
    Mar17

    Portugal registers boom in number of requests for asylum

    Portugal has been registering a boom in the number of asylum requests it receives, according to TSF radio station. Teresa Tito de Morais, president of the Portuguese Centre for Refugees, said that the country received a never-before-seen 136 asylum requests in the first two months of 2015 alone. Most of them came from Ukrainian citizens, followed...

    Kremlin rules out handing back Crimea to Ukraine
    Mar17

    Kremlin rules out handing back Crimea to Ukraine

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia said on Tuesday it would not hand back Crimea to Ukraine, despite warnings by the United States and European Union that they will not drop sanctions over the Black Sea peninsula’s annexation a year ago. …read more Source:...

    Raud: even opposition proud of Crimea integration
    Mar17

    Raud: even opposition proud of Crimea integration

    Even those who usually criticize the Russian political elite are celebrating the annexation of Crimea, says Neeme Raud, ERR’s Moscow correspondent. …read more Source:...

    Iohannis: Romania wants to be active factor in finding political solutions to eastern Ukraine crisis
    Mar17

    Iohannis: Romania wants to be active factor in finding political solutions to eastern Ukraine crisis

    President Klaus Iohannis on Tuesday said Romania is supporting Ukraine’s sovereignty, unity and territorial integrity, underscoring Romania’s wish to be an active factor in the find of political solutions to the eastern Ukraine crisis. …read more Source:...

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