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    Bloomberg: recent US negotiations with Russia appear to be at impasse
    Jan02

    Bloomberg: recent US negotiations with Russia appear to be at impasse

    The environment of tit-for-tat sanctions instituted by the European Union and the United States over Russia’s annexation of Crimea and its continued meddling in eastern Ukraine affected Estonian businesses in 2014, especially in the agricultural sector. …read more Source:...

    Russia Urges EU to Build Ties with New Eurasian Union
    Jan02

    Russia Urges EU to Build Ties with New Eurasian Union

    Russia’s ambassador to the EU has called on the bloc to launch talks with the newly formed Eurasian Economic Union despite the Western economic sanctions against Moscow imposed over the Ukraine crisis. EUobserver on Friday quoted Vladimir Chizhov as saying: “I think that common sense advises us to explore the possibility of...

    Ukraine reports first military death of 2015
    Jan02

    Ukraine reports first military death of 2015

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine on Friday reported its first military death of 2015 in its conflict with pro-Russian separatists, saying a soldier had been killed and five others wounded in attacks by the rebels. …read more Source:...

    Russian and U.S. envoys comment on OSCE role
    Jan02

    Russian and U.S. envoys comment on OSCE role

    During its OSCE chairmanship, Serbia is expected to focus on “professional, efficient and impartial mediation in seeking solutions to the Ukrainian crisis.” This is what the Tanjug news agency reported on Friday, after asking Russian and American ambassadors in Belgrade for comment as Serbia takes over the chairmanship of the...

    VIDEO: Flaming torches at nationalist march
    Jan02

    VIDEO: Flaming torches at nationalist march

    An estimated 2,500 turned out for a Ukrainian nationalist march on Thursday to mark the 106th birthday of the World War Two anti-Soviet leader Stepan Bandera. …read more Source:...

    The EU’s foreign policy agenda in 2015
    Jan02

    The EU’s foreign policy agenda in 2015

    The makers of the European Union’s foreign policy have a bewildering array of uncertainties before them as they head into a new year. For the European External Action Service, which in practical terms came into being on 1 January four years ago, this could be an important year for rebalancing its relationship with the other EU institutions....

    No to discussions with Moscow | Berlingske – Denmark
    Jan02

    No to discussions with Moscow | Berlingske – Denmark

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    Russia calls for EU talks with newly born Eurasian Union
    Jan02

    Russia calls for EU talks with newly born Eurasian Union

    Russia’s EU ambassador has urged Brussels to launch talks with the newly born Eurasian Economic Union despite the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine nationalists march in Kiev
    Jan02

    Ukraine nationalists march in Kiev

    Thousands of Ukrainian nationalists march by torchlight through Kiev to honour World War Two anti-Soviet leader Stepan Bandera. …read more Source:...

    German firms hurting over Russia sanctions
    Jan02

    German firms hurting over Russia sanctions

    Hundreds of German companies active in Russia are suspending or will cancel projects due to international sanctions over Ukraine and the weakened rouble. …read more Source: The Local...

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