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    New Greek Govt Disagrees with EU Call for Further Sanctions on Russia
    Jan27

    New Greek Govt Disagrees with EU Call for Further Sanctions on Russia

    Greece’s new government on Tuesday distanced itself from an EU call to consider expansion of the bloc’s sanctions against Russia over the Ukraine crisis. The move could be setting the stage for possible friction with Greece’s partners in the bloc over foreign policy issues in addition to disagreements over economic and financial...

    Ukraine crisis: EU threatens Russia with new economic sanctions
    Jan27

    Ukraine crisis: EU threatens Russia with new economic sanctions

    European Union heads of government have threatened Russia with an escalation of economic sanctions, saying they held Moscow responsible for supporting separatists who are accused of killing 30 civilians in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol over the weekend. …read more Source: The...

    Russia bonds cut to ‘junk’, EU sanctions blamed
    Jan27

    Russia bonds cut to ‘junk’, EU sanctions blamed

    Rating agency S&P has cut Russian bonds to “junk” status in a move linked to EU sanctions, prompting angry rhetoric in Moscow. …read more Source:...

    Croatian FM for tying Russia sanctions with Minsk deal implementation
    Jan27

    Croatian FM for tying Russia sanctions with Minsk deal implementation

    A gradual softening of sanctions imposed on Russia should hinge on the implementation of the Minsk agreement on cessation of the armed conflict in Ukraine, Croatian Foreign Minister Vesna Pusic said on Monday ahead of a meeting of the European Union’s… …read more Source:...

    Gazprom Plans to Start Pumping Gas to Turkey via New Pipeline in Dec 2016
    Jan27

    Gazprom Plans to Start Pumping Gas to Turkey via New Pipeline in Dec 2016

    Russia’s Gazprom said on Tuesday a planned gas pipeline to Turkey will become operational by the end of next year. “We agreed to plan our work in such a way that would allow us to sign an Intergovernmental Agreement on the gas pipeline in the second quarter this year, therefore the first gas would come to Turkey in December 2016,” Gazprom...

    West questions Kremlin’s Ukraine strategy
    Jan27

    West questions Kremlin’s Ukraine strategy

    Putin’s opportunistic approach is giving way to fixed goals …read more Source: Financial...

    DBRB’s portfolio of export finance facilities up 8.6 times in 2014
    Jan27

    DBRB’s portfolio of export finance facilities up 8.6 times in 2014

    Last year, the Development Bank held presentations in all regional centers of the country and in Minsk informing potential clients about the new possibilities of financing Belarusian exports. Business meetings were organized at home and abroad with potential clients of the target segment of corporate business, including with foreign companies...

    Holocaust Memorial Day 2015: Enormous tent lit up over Auschwitz gate
    Jan27

    Holocaust Memorial Day 2015: Enormous tent lit up over Auschwitz gate

    Polish born Holocaust survivor Halina Birenbaum, seen on top screen, speaks in a tent raised at the entrance of the Birkenau Nazi death camp (Picture: AP Photo//Czarek Sokolowski)Around 300 Holocaust survivors have gathered with world leaders under an enormous tent over the gate and railroad tracks that marked the last journey for more than a...

    Bulgaria, Romania Discuss Elements of NATO’s Readiness Action Plan
    Jan27

    Bulgaria, Romania Discuss Elements of NATO’s Readiness Action Plan

    Bulgaria’s Defence Minister Nikolay Nenchev and his Romanian counterpart Mircea Dusa on Tuesday discussed the creation of command and control elements that would be deployed in the two countries as part of NATO’s Readiness Action Plan. The two defence ministers also agreed upon the need to exchange Bulgarian and Romanian military...

    Bulgaria, Romania Discuss Details of NATO’s Readiness Action Plan
    Jan27

    Bulgaria, Romania Discuss Details of NATO’s Readiness Action Plan

    Bulgaria’s Defence Minister Nikolay Nenchev and his Romanian counterpart Mircea Dusa on Tuesday discussed the creation of command and control elements that would be deployed in the two countries as part of NATO’s Readiness Action Plan. The two defence ministers also agreed upon the need to exchange Bulgarian and Romanian military...

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