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    Russian President Putin’s Rating Hits New High
    Feb13

    Russian President Putin’s Rating Hits New High

    The approval rating for Russian President Vladimir Putin has hit a historic high point of 74% according to a recent research. The survey was conducted on February 7 and was asking Russian electorate who they would choose to represent them if the presidential elections were scheduled for the upcomg week, BGNES information agency reported. The...

    OSCE: Fierce fighting continues in eastern Ukraine
    Feb13

    OSCE: Fierce fighting continues in eastern Ukraine

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    Russia expects all sides to observe terms of Ukraine peace deal
    Feb13

    Russia expects all sides to observe terms of Ukraine peace deal

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    Concern about Bulgarians in Ukraine: wandering between realities and populism
    Feb13

    Concern about Bulgarians in Ukraine: wandering between realities and populism

    Being situated close to Bulgaria, the conflict in Ukraine does thrill this country’s society. It directly concerns the largest in the world Bulgarian ethnic minority abroad, coming up to several hundred thousand people. The mass feeling of compassion towards our compatriots in distress is true and spontaneous, but that is the reason why it...

    Nishani: Security is our challenge, also guarantee of Albania’s EU integration
    Feb13

    Nishani: Security is our challenge, also guarantee of Albania’s EU integration

    TIRANA, Feb 13 (ATA) – By I. Vata/President of the Republic Bujar Nishani has attended on Friday the conference “ Security in the 21st century” hosted by a private university in Tirana with the participation of representatives from the region and EU ambassador in Tirana. In his address, President Nishani said: In my capacity as President of the...

    U.S. senator: Ceasefire won’t last one week
    Feb13

    U.S. senator: Ceasefire won’t last one week

    U.S. Senator John McCain has said that the Ukraine ceasefire agreement from Minsk was “unenforceable and will not last a week.” “It sounds to me like it’s unenforceable. It’s a bandaid and my predictions to you, it will not last a week,” McCain said. …read more Source:...

    ‘No promises’ on Savchenko release
    Feb13

    ‘No promises’ on Savchenko release

    Russia says it has made no promises to free Ukrainian military pilot Nadia Savchenko, despite claims following the Minsk peace deal. …read more Source:...

    ITF to Start Cleaning Ukraine of Landmines
    Feb13

    ITF to Start Cleaning Ukraine of Landmines

    The Slovenian-run demining fund, ITF Enhancing Human Security, will start removing mines in Ukraine, as ITF boss Damjan Bergant and Boiko Anatoliy, first deputy head of the Ukrainian Emergency Service, signed a cooperation memorandum in Ukraine’s Kiev on Friday. …read more Source:...

    Daily webcast
    Feb13

    Daily webcast

    Welcome to Radio Bulgaria’s daily webcast Heartbeat Bulgaria! The stories in the show this Friday: · In the light of the Ukrainian conflict, there are growing concerns in Bulgaria over the circumstances of the Bulgarian ethnic minority there and what this country can do to support it; · On we go next with a feature to celebrate World Radio...

    Tymchuk: Number of Russian regular troops increases near Debaltseve
    Feb13

    Tymchuk: Number of Russian regular troops increases near Debaltseve

    Russian-backed militants are not halting their attempts to attack the Ukrainian armed forces near Debaltseve, in spite of the agreements reached in Minsk. …read more Source:...

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