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    In Brussels Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva  demonstrates continuity in relations with EU and NATO
    May17

    In Brussels Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva demonstrates continuity in relations with EU and NATO

    For years it has been a tradition in Bulgarian political practice for any newly appointed foreign minister to pay their first visit abroad to Brussels. Ekaterina Zaharieva did not stray from this practice and on 15 and 16 May met with the President of the European Council Donald Tusk, with the European Commission’s diplomat No. 1 Federica...

    In Brussels Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva  demonstrates continuity in relations with EU and NATO
    May17

    In Brussels Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva demonstrates continuity in relations with EU and NATO

    For years it has been a tradition in Bulgarian political practice for any newly appointed foreign minister to pay their first visit abroad to Brussels. Ekaterina Zaharieva did not stray from this practice and on 15 and 16 May met with the President of the European Council Donald Tusk, with the European Commission’s diplomat No. 1 Federica...

    Secretary General Commends Bulgaria’s Contributions to NATO
    May17

    Secretary General Commends Bulgaria’s Contributions to NATO

    NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg praised Bulgaria’s contributions to NATO in talks with the Deputy Prime Minister for Judicial Reform and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ekaterina Zaharieva, on Tuesday, according to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s website. Welcoming Minister Zaharieva to NATO headquarters for the first...

    Kremlin says Ukraine’s accusation of cyber attack ‘groundless’
    May17

    Kremlin says Ukraine’s accusation of cyber attack ‘groundless’

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Ukrainian accusations that Moscow was behind cyber attacks on President Petro Poroshenko’s official website are baseless, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Wednesday. …read more Source:...

    Russians see Turkey as ally, favor deeper ties – Polls
    May17

    Russians see Turkey as ally, favor deeper ties – Polls

    Russians no longer see Turkey as a hostile state and half of the population supports cooperation between the two countries, regardless of existing political issues, according to recent research. The state-run Russian public opinion research center VTSIOM reported on Monday that according to its latest poll, only 4 percent of Russians see...

    [Ticker] Ukraine bans Russian websites
    May17

    [Ticker] Ukraine bans Russian websites

    Ukraine’s president, Petro Poroshenko, has banned several Russian internet services on Tuesday (16 May), as part of sanctions over Russia’s annexation of Crimea. The ban includes social media popular among Ukrainians, such as VKontakte, and search engine Yandex. Russia’s foreign ministry condemned the ban. Shortly after its...

    The Russian State Media: Champion of Internet Freedom. (From Now On.)
    May17

    The Russian State Media: Champion of Internet Freedom. (From Now On.)

    Photo: PixabayIn the past five years, the Russian government has blocked an estimated 5.6 million webpages — most of them by accident, after blacklisting entire IP addresses to target individual lawbreakers. Roskomnadzor, Russia’s federal censor, has gone after both small online resources, like thousands of websites affiliated with illegal...

    For Crimea’s drug users, a Russian death sentence
    May17

    For Crimea’s drug users, a Russian death sentence

    FEODOSIA, Crimea — Andrey Yudenko began to get his addiction under control with the help of a Ukrainian substitution therapy program, a treatment for those who have tried but failed to quit drugs and are given an alternative substance under medical supervision. The 31-year-old had been injecting drugs since he was a teenager and...

    REVEALED: Haunting shipwrecks reveal true horror of Chernobyl nuclear disaster 30 years on
    May17

    REVEALED: Haunting shipwrecks reveal true horror of Chernobyl nuclear disaster 30 years on

    HARROWING pictures of boats left to sink into the rivers near Chernobyl are still near the site of the nuclear blast more than 30 years after the reactor went into meltdown. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine president’s site ‘attacked by Russia’
    May17

    Ukraine president’s site ‘attacked by Russia’

    The president claims it is retaliation for Ukraine’s ban on some Russian media sites. …read more Source:...

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