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    Spain Sees No Need for EU to Expand Russia Sanctions
    Mar10

    Spain Sees No Need for EU to Expand Russia Sanctions

    There is no ground for the EU to expand its sanctions against Russia over Ukraine as the latest Minsk truce holds, Spanish Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo said on Tuesday. EU sanctions against Russia imposed over Moscow’s involvement in the conflict in Ukraine have hit the Spanish economy hard, particularly the agriculture...

    More Russian tanks, equipment cross Ukraine border: U.S. official
    Mar10

    More Russian tanks, equipment cross Ukraine border: U.S. official

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Russian tanks and heavy military equipment have crossed the Ukrainian border in the last few days in breach of a European-brokered ceasefire agreed on Feb. 12, a senior U.S. State Department said on Tuesday. …read more Source:...

    Vladimir Putin says he only ordered the annexation of Crimea to Russia because an ‘unofficial survey’ told him to do so
    Mar10

    Vladimir Putin says he only ordered the annexation of Crimea to Russia because an ‘unofficial survey’ told him to do so

    Vladimir Putin has claimed that the decision to annex Crimea to the Russian Federation was only made after officials carried out an “unofficial survey” of the people living there. …read more Source: The...

    US tanks in Baltics as drills start
    Mar10

    US tanks in Baltics as drills start

    Hundreds of US military vehicles arrive in the Baltic states and are to stay in Europe, to reassure Nato allies unsettled by Russia’s actions in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Summer season will be disaster, Bulgarian tourism industry say
    Mar10

    Summer season will be disaster, Bulgarian tourism industry say

    The coming summer season in Bulgaria will be the weakest in the past 10-15 years. This is what tour operators expect, as it became clear from a round table on the topic of “Problems and Challenges before Summer 2015”, that was held in Varna. The most problematic is the situation on the Russian and Ukrainian markets. So far, hotel...

    NATO naval drills start in Black Sea after one-day delay
    Mar10

    NATO naval drills start in Black Sea after one-day delay

    NATO’s Black Sea members Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey joined four other alliance states in a multinational naval exercise on Tuesday just across the water from the Crimean Peninsula annexed by Russia last year. …read more Source: Macedonian Information...

    Arms withdrawal on both sides nearly complete, Kiev says
    Mar10

    Arms withdrawal on both sides nearly complete, Kiev says

    Both Ukrainian forces and Russian-backed rebels have pulled back most of their heavy artillery from the front line in accordance with a February ceasefire deal, Ukraine’s president said late Monday, amid reports of fresh clashes in the east. …read more Source: France...

    Hammond: Russia fundamentally undermines the security of sovereign nations in Eastern Europe
    Mar10

    Hammond: Russia fundamentally undermines the security of sovereign nations in Eastern Europe

    Russia’s aggression against Ukraine undermines the security of other Eastern European countries and is the greatest threat to Britain’s security, said British Secretary of Foreign Affairs Philip Hammond on Tuesday, March 10th. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Crimean issue could be considered by Hague Tribunal
    Mar10

    Crimean issue could be considered by Hague Tribunal

    The proposal was made by the minister of foreign affairs of Spain. …read more Source:...

    Spain: EU sanctions on Russia ‘beneficial for no one’
    Mar10

    Spain: EU sanctions on Russia ‘beneficial for no one’

    Spain on Tuesday joined a growing list of EU countries which are publicly critical of Russia sanctions and keen to mend ties. …read more Source:...

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