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    Kiev accuses Moscow of sending troops to east Ukraine ahead of Berlin talks
    Jan21

    Kiev accuses Moscow of sending troops to east Ukraine ahead of Berlin talks

    Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has fought off fresh accusations from Kiev that Russia is sending troops to Ukraine and has expressed hope for… …read more Source:...

    IAEA Regional Workshop on National Nuclear Regulatory Portals opens in Minsk
    Jan21

    IAEA Regional Workshop on National Nuclear Regulatory Portals opens in Minsk

    This is the first time Belarus is hosting such an event. Gosatomnadzor has been one of its organizers. The event, which will last till 23 January, has brought together specialists from 15 countries, including Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Germany, Hungary, Latvia, Macedonia, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Croatia, Ukraine, the...

    Orban-Putin summit to test meaning of EU sanctions
    Jan21

    Orban-Putin summit to test meaning of EU sanctions

    Orban will host Russian leader Putin in Budapest next month despite an EU decision to “not hold bilateral regular summits”. …read more Source:...

    Bulgarian President ‘Forged Common EU Position on Ukrainian Crisis’
    Jan21

    Bulgarian President ‘Forged Common EU Position on Ukrainian Crisis’

    Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev devoted considerable time of his speech on the completion of his third year in office on Wednesday to the country’s foreign policy. Plevneliev identified the Ukrainian crisis as “posing the most serious threat to European peace and security after the Second World War”. The President said that...

    Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs rejects proposal to reconsider sanctions against Russia
    Jan21

    Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs rejects proposal to reconsider sanctions against Russia

    The Foreign Affairs Committee of the Bulgarian Parliament has rejected the proposal of the Bulgarian Socialist Party for reconsidering the current sanctions against Russia in relation to the conflict in Ukraine. Bulgarian Foreign Minister Daniel Mitov has told lawmakers that dialogue was possible only in case there was mutual trust. According to...

    Donetsk residents despair after days of heavy shelling in east Ukraine – video
    Jan21

    Donetsk residents despair after days of heavy shelling in east Ukraine – video

    Residents lament their damaged homes after heavy shelling in and around the east Ukrainian city of Donetsk over the past few days. A rebel spokesman says on Wednesday that in the previous 24 hours five people were killed and 30 were wounded. Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov says he does not want to see the start of a new cold war and says...

    Poroshenko condemns Russian ‘terror’ in Davos speech
    Jan21

    Poroshenko condemns Russian ‘terror’ in Davos speech

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has condemned ‘Russian terror’ in a speech at the Davos World Economic Forum. He claimed that Russian military forces were in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Merkel plays down expectations from new Ukraine talks in Berlin
    Jan21

    Merkel plays down expectations from new Ukraine talks in Berlin

    BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany’s Angela Merkel said on Wednesday she hoped a new round of talks with Ukraine and Russia in Berlin could help implement an elusive ceasefire in eastern Ukraine but warned against expecting too much, given another upsurge in the violence. …read more Source:...

    Bulgarian Citizenship Applications Drop, Vice-President Popova Says
    Jan21

    Bulgarian Citizenship Applications Drop, Vice-President Popova Says

    The number of foreign nationals applying for Bulgarian citizenship fell by a quarter last year, Vice President Margarita Popova said on Wednesday. A total of 5,999 Bulgarian citizenship applications were submitted last year, a decrease compared to 7,954 in 2013, Popova told a joint news conference with President Rosen Plevneliev marking the end...

    Belarus’ universities’ sci-tech export at $7m in 2014
    Jan21

    Belarus’ universities’ sci-tech export at $7m in 2014

    The Belarusian universities maintain scientific and technical cooperation with organizations of over 65 countries. This cooperation is based on more than 1400 agreements. The main Belarus’ partners are Russia, Ukraine, China, and Poland. …read more Source:...

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