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    NATO coordination center to be set up in Sofia
    Feb07

    NATO coordination center to be set up in Sofia

    All preconditions are in place to build a NATO coordination center in Sofia in a matter of several months, and this will be up to the readiness of the rest of the partners, Bulgarian Defense Minister Nikolay Nenchev said. Half of its staff will be foreign nationals from partnering organizations. The minister said the staff will be about forty, of...

    The 20 photographs of the week
    Feb07

    The 20 photographs of the week

    The ongoing crises in Ukraine and Syria, the plane crash in Taiwan and Super Bowl XLIX – the best photography in news, culture and sport from around the world this week … …read more Source: The...

    Merkel rules out arming Ukraine government but unsure peace push will work
    Feb07

    Merkel rules out arming Ukraine government but unsure peace push will work

    MUNICH (Reuters) – Germany’s Angela Merkel on Saturday ruled out sending weapons to the Ukrainian government to fight pro-Russian separatists but said there was no guarantee that her latest peace initiative with French President Francois Hollande would work either. …read more Source:...

    More Ukrainian soldiers die as Hollande warns that talks could be last opportunity for peace
    Feb07

    More Ukrainian soldiers die as Hollande warns that talks could be last opportunity for peace

    Five more Ukrainian soldiers have died as fighting continues to rage with pro-Russian rebels while politicians scramble to thrash out a new peace deal. …read more Source: The...

    Merkel vague on chances of Ukraine peace deal
    Feb07

    Merkel vague on chances of Ukraine peace deal

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Saturday that the latest Franco-German peace initiative for Ukraine has no guarantee for success, and called upon the West to be ready for a long standoff with Russia.”It is not clear if [the talks] will be successful,… …read more Source:...

    Bulgarian President Reaffirms Country’s Pro-European Stance
    Feb07

    Bulgarian President Reaffirms Country’s Pro-European Stance

    President Rosen Plevneliev said that Bulgaria remains among the most pro-European countries, which is in no small part due to its active civil society. Plevneliev made this statement during a meeting with Dr. Beate Merk, Bavaria’s European Integration and Regional Relations Minister, daily Dnevnik reports. Both of them are participants in...

    Britain a ‘key player’ in Ukraine crisis, insists Philip Hammond as world leaders redouble diplomatic efforts
    Feb07

    Britain a ‘key player’ in Ukraine crisis, insists Philip Hammond as world leaders redouble diplomatic efforts

    The UK will continue its efforts to end the conflict in Ukraine as Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond insisted Britain remains a “key player” in resolving the diplomatic mission. …read more Source: London Evening...

    Lavrov: ‘Grounds for optimism’ on Ukraine deal
    Feb07

    Lavrov: ‘Grounds for optimism’ on Ukraine deal

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    Ukraine crisis: EU still divided?
    Feb07

    Ukraine crisis: EU still divided?

    Jacek Saryusz-Wolski, a leading Polish MEP has said that “Donald Tusk and Federica Mogherini should be leading talks in Moscow and Kiev, not [German Chancellor] Angela Merkel and [French President] Francois Hollande”. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Merkel says ‘weapons won’t help’ resolve eastern Ukraine crisis
    Feb07

    Merkel says ‘weapons won’t help’ resolve eastern Ukraine crisis

    Chancellor Angela Merkel has reiterated Germany’s position against arming government forces in the Ukraine conflict. She also said she was uncertain of the chances of success for a new German-French peace initiative. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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