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    Bulgaria considers measures to compensate for reduced number of Russian tourists
    Jan26

    Bulgaria considers measures to compensate for reduced number of Russian tourists

    The Bulgarian Minister of Tourism Nikolina Angelkova expects a significant decline of Russian and Ukrainian tourists visiting Bulgaria this year. That is why measures that the Ministry of Tourism is taking to reduce the negative effects on Bulgarian tourism include finding ways to increase the number of Bulgarians spending their vacations in the...

    EU boosts aid to Ukraine
    Jan26

    EU boosts aid to Ukraine

    The European Commission has increased its support for people displaced by the fighting in eastern Ukraine by €15 million, taking the total support it has provided in ten months of fighting to €32.5m. Christos Stylianides, the European commissioner for humanitarian aid and crisis management, who is currently visiting Ukraine, said that “the...

    Ukraine at war: ‘People feel abandoned’ | Emilie Rouvroy
    Jan26

    Ukraine at war: ‘People feel abandoned’ | Emilie Rouvroy

    Food and medicine are getting scarce, and those in the conflict zone wonder why the world has forgotten themThe fighting has intensified dramatically since last week and the situation here is deteriorating rapidly. In the past five days, there has been heavy fighting. We hear the constant boom of shelling and crackle of shooting. More than 70...

    Kiev ‘punishes’ civilians in Donetsk with travel permits and drugs blockade
    Jan26

    Kiev ‘punishes’ civilians in Donetsk with travel permits and drugs blockade

    Ukrainians in areas disputed with Russia suffering as Kiev restricts access to food, electricity and medicinesAs the conflict in East Ukraine enters another hot phase, residents of the rebel-controlled territories say they are now stranded due to a new travel permit system introduced by Kiev, while aid organisations have warned that a medical...

    Putin slams Ukrainian forces as “NATO legion”
    Jan26

    Putin slams Ukrainian forces as “NATO legion”

    Ukrainian armed forces are in essence a NATO legion, which is not serving the country’s national interests, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said.”It is, in essence, not an army anymore but a foreign legion, a NATO-controlled foreign legion, which is not serving to protect Ukraine’s national interests,” Putin said at a...

    Ukraine miners rescued after shelling left them trapped
    Jan26

    Ukraine miners rescued after shelling left them trapped

    Donetsk power station was hit by artillery fire leaving nearly 500 workers deep underground, who have since been evacuatedAlmost 500 coal miners were trapped for a while in separatist-controlled Donetsk in Ukraine, after shelling knocked out a power station.But a Donetsk city official told the Donetsk News Agency later in the afternoon that all...

    Putin: Ukraine army is NATO legion
    Jan26

    Putin: Ukraine army is NATO legion

    The Ukrainian army is essentially a ‘NATO legion’ which doesn’t pursue the national interests of Ukraine, but persists to restrict Russia, President …read more Source:...

    Bronisław Komorowski: Response to Russia’s aggression must be very harsh
    Jan26

    Bronisław Komorowski: Response to Russia’s aggression must be very harsh

    Polish President Bronisław Komorowski called upon the EU to consider imposing new sanctions against Russia because of escalation of the conflict in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Hungarian gas deliveries to Ukraine rise 38%
    Jan26

    Hungarian gas deliveries to Ukraine rise 38%

    Hungary’s export of gas to Ukraine has grown by 38% to 3.7 million cubic meters since last January, Ukraine’s gas transmission system operator Ukrtransgaz reported on its website today. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

    PM visits Finland, says Serbia “wants to be like it”
    Jan26

    PM visits Finland, says Serbia “wants to be like it”

    Aleksandar Vucic was in Helsinki on Monday to discuss “Serbia’s EU integration, chairmanship of the OSCE, relations in the region and the situation in Ukraine.”The Serbian prime minister was meeting with his Finnish counterpart Alexander Stubb. …read more Source:...

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