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    Athens distances itself from EU sanctions | Press review main focus
    Jan29

    Athens distances itself from EU sanctions | Press review main focus

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    Greece misinterpreted over Russia sanctions: minister
    Jan29

    Greece misinterpreted over Russia sanctions: minister

    ATHENS (Reuters) – Greece’s new finance minister Yanis Varoufakis rejected suggestions that complaints from Athens over a European Union statement on Ukraine meant it was preparing to veto sanctions against Russia. …read more Source:...

    Schultz calls on Greece not to undermine EU’s position on Russian sanctions
    Jan29

    Schultz calls on Greece not to undermine EU’s position on Russian sanctions

    European Parliament Speaker Martin Schultz called on the newly appointed Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to align Greece’s position on sanctions against Russia over Ukraine with the position of the rest of the European Union. The new Greek Government refused to support EU’s position to expand sanctions against Russia. …read...

    Lukashenko urges not to overdramatize Belarus’ economic issues
    Jan29

    Lukashenko urges not to overdramatize Belarus’ economic issues

    At the end of the previous year Belarus faced serious economic challenges which had an impact on the financial market. “This situation was driven by external factors since we have an export-oriented and absolutely open economy. Our main partners are Russia and Ukraine,” the President noted. In his words, the situation in Belarus was affected by...

    Russia Suspends Its Participation in PACE Until End of Year
    Jan29

    Russia Suspends Its Participation in PACE Until End of Year

    The Russian delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) decided on Wednesday to suspend its participation in the body until the end of the year. The Russian boycott came after PACE passed a resolution earlier on Wednesday, which deprives Moscow of its voting rights until April 2015, the BBC reports. Russia was first...

    Russia warns BiH against ammunition supplies to Kiev
    Jan29

    Russia warns BiH against ammunition supplies to Kiev

    Moscow calls on Bosnia and Herzegovina to abandon plans of supplying ammunition to Kiev, the Russian Foreign Ministry’s official spokesman Alexander Lukashevich …read more Source:...

    EP’s Schulz Criticises Tsipras of Splitting Common EU Stance on Russia
    Jan29

    EP’s Schulz Criticises Tsipras of Splitting Common EU Stance on Russia

    European Parliament (EP) President Martin Schulz criticised on Wednesday the newly-elected Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras of splitting the common European Union (EU) stance on Russia. Tsipras’s radical left party SYRIZA won the early parliamentary elections in Greece on Sunday and established a coalition government with the right-wing...

    Bilateral cooperation plan 2015 of Lithuania and Ukraine endorsed in Kiev
    Jan29

    Bilateral cooperation plan 2015 of Lithuania and Ukraine endorsed in Kiev

    On 28 January, Lithuania’s Deputy Minister of National Defence Marijus Velicka and Lieutenant General Leonid Holopatiuk, deputy defence minister of Ukraine, signed the Bilateral Cooperation Plan 2015 of Lithuania and Ukraine during Velicka’s visit in Kiev, Lithuania’s ministry reported LETA/ELTA. …read more Source: The...

    Lukashenko: Fraternal ties between Belarus, Russia and Ukraine are unbreakable
    Jan29

    Lukashenko: Fraternal ties between Belarus, Russia and Ukraine are unbreakable

    MINSK, 29 January (BelTA) – It is impossible to break the fraternal ties between Belarus, Russia and Ukraine, Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko said during the open dialogue with journalists on 29 January, BelTA has learned. …read more Source:...

    Schulz Criticises Tsipras of Splitting Common EU Stance on Russia
    Jan29

    Schulz Criticises Tsipras of Splitting Common EU Stance on Russia

    European Parliament (EP) President Martin Schulz criticised on Wednesday the newly-elected Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras of splitting the common European Union (EU) stance on Russia. Tsipras’s radical left party SYRIZA won the early parliamentary elections in Greece on Sunday and established a coalition government with the right-wing...

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