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    Bulgarian FM, EU Ambassadors Discuss Ukraine, Energy Union, Refugees
    Feb02

    Bulgarian FM, EU Ambassadors Discuss Ukraine, Energy Union, Refugees

    Foreign Minister Daniel Mitov held a working meeting with ambassadors of EU member states to Bulgaria on Monday, at which topics such as Ukraine, the Energy Union and refugees were discussed. Mitov participated on the invitation of Latvian Ambassador Ilgvars Klava, as his country is chairing the rotating Presidency of the Council of the EU, the...

    British Army faces radical shakeup
    Feb02

    British Army faces radical shakeup

    • New head of army plans to cut top brass• Emphasis on non-violent warfareAfter the huge mistakes in Iraq and Afghanistan, and confronted now by new threats amid extraordinary geopolitical shifts, senior British army officers under the incoming chief of the general staff, Sir Nick Carter, are planning potentially far-reaching reforms.An...

    Ukraine rebels vow to raise army of 100,000 troops to fight government forces
    Feb02

    Ukraine rebels vow to raise army of 100,000 troops to fight government forces

    Pro-Russian rebels in Ukraine have vowed to muster another 10,000 men to boost their ranks to 100,000 as fighting continues. …read more Source: The...

    Malaysia puts real-time plane tracking at center of ICAO safety meeting
    Feb02

    Malaysia puts real-time plane tracking at center of ICAO safety meeting

    MONTREAL (Reuters) – Malaysia, which had two air disasters last year after one jet disappeared and another was shot down over Ukraine, said on Monday that real-time aircraft tracking must become a priority for the industry. …read more Source:...

    US Weapons to Ukraine: Can the law protect in war?
    Feb02

    US Weapons to Ukraine: Can the law protect in war?

    Heavy fighting in eastern Ukraine and the escalating humanitarian crisis has prompted the US administration to review whether it should supply “lethal assistance” to Kyiv in addition to non-lethal aid. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Foreign Minister Mitov: “Bulgaria is predictable, reliable EU member-state”
    Feb02

    Foreign Minister Mitov: “Bulgaria is predictable, reliable EU member-state”

    Foreign Minister Daniel Mitov has had a working meeting today with ambassadors of EU member-states in Bulgaria, the ministry reports. Issues from the international agenda have been discussed, such as the conflict in Ukraine, the situation in the Middle East, the West Balkans and also regional security, along with the economic challenges, faced by...

    US Considering Arms Supplies to Ukraine Government Forces, NYT Says
    Feb02

    US Considering Arms Supplies to Ukraine Government Forces, NYT Says

    The question of providing direct military assistance to Kiev government forces has drawn increased attention from the US administration and military officials after pro-Russian rebels recently stepped up their attacks in eastern Ukraine, according to a new article published in the New York Times. While President Obama has made no decisions on...

    US increasingly concerned that Russia is intent on partitioning Ukraine
    Feb02

    US increasingly concerned that Russia is intent on partitioning Ukraine

    With rebels having seized extra 200 square miles of territory, US’s leaking of talks about sending weapons to Kiev may be Obama’s way of warning Putin to back offThe public disclosure that the US is considering supplying lethal weaponry to Ukraine in its battle with Russian-backed separatists reflects heightened American concern that...

    US ‘constantly assessing’ policies in Ukraine
    Feb02

    US ‘constantly assessing’ policies in Ukraine

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    Merkel stresses need for open society at meeting with Hungary’s Orban
    Feb02

    Merkel stresses need for open society at meeting with Hungary’s Orban

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel has emphasized the importance of civil liberties and an opposition at a meeting with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban. The two leaders also discussed the conflict in Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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