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    Estonian becomes adviser to Ukraine’s economy minister
    Jan05

    Estonian becomes adviser to Ukraine’s economy minister

    The Ukrainian Ministry of Economic Development and Trade has announced that Jaanika Merilo, an investor representative and former Estonian parliamentary adviser, has been appointed as an adviser to minister Aivaras Abromavičius. …read more Source:...

    Russia to send another ‘aid convoy’ of 120 trucks into Ukraine
    Jan05

    Russia to send another ‘aid convoy’ of 120 trucks into Ukraine

    Russia says it is to send another convoy of trucks into Ukraine, carrying what it says is humanitarian aid for Ukrainians in the parts of Luhansk and Donetsk regions where Russian-backed militants have seized control. …read more Source:...

    Police say explosion in Odesa was terrorist attack
    Jan05

    Police say explosion in Odesa was terrorist attack

    An explosion that hit a volunteer center in Odesa helping soldiers in Ukraine’s Donbas conflict zone is being considered as a terrorist act, police in the southern port city say. …read more Source:...

    ERR News poll: regional security the main topic of 2014
    Jan05

    ERR News poll: regional security the main topic of 2014

    ERR News readers and story counts agreed that the main theme of 2014 was Russian belligerence, with the Ukraine crisis, the ensuing security instability and US President Barack Obama’s visit named as events with the greatest impact in Estonia in 2014. …read more Source:...

    France seeks end to Russia sanctions
    Jan05

    France seeks end to Russia sanctions

    French President Francois Hollande says he wants Western sanctions on Russia to be lifted if progress is made in talks on the Ukraine conflict this month. …read more Source:...

    Hollande says plans to attend Jan 15 four-way Ukraine talks
    Jan05

    Hollande says plans to attend Jan 15 four-way Ukraine talks

    PARIS (Reuters) – French president Francois Hollande plans to attend a four-way meeting on the Ukraine crisis in Kazakhstan’s capital Astana on Jan. 15. …read more Source:...

    Hollande: Russia sanctions should be lifted now ‘if progress’
    Jan05

    Hollande: Russia sanctions should be lifted now ‘if progress’

    Francois Hollande has called for Western sanctions against Russia to be lifted if there were signs of progress in ending the Ukraine crisis. He’s expected to join Chancellor Merkel at upcoming talks in Kazakhstan. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    French and German officials on anti-Russian sanctions
    Jan05

    French and German officials on anti-Russian sanctions

    French President Francois Hollande has said the Western sanctions imposed on Russia “should be lifted if there is progress in resolving the Ukraine crisis.””I think the sanctions must stop now. They must be lifted if there is progress. If there is no progress the sanctions will remain in place,” Hollande told the France...

    Hollande: ‘Greece must stick to EU commitments’
    Jan05

    Hollande: ‘Greece must stick to EU commitments’

    In a two-hour radio interview on Monday French president François Hollande said that sanctions against Russia should be lifted if progress is made to resolve the Ukraine crisis. He also said Greece should stick to its EU commitments and that he takes personal responsibility for France’s unemployment. …read more Source: The Local...

    Carl Bildt warns that major war is possible in 2015
    Jan05

    Carl Bildt warns that major war is possible in 2015

    Former Swedish Foreign Affairs Minister Carl Bildt warns that in 2015 the world will become increasingly dangerous, with a wider conflict possible. Bildt writes about the crisis in Ukraine, the Middle East and North Korea in the Dagens Industri newspaper, MIA correspondent from Sweden reports. …read more Source: Macedonian Information...

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