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    Matviyenko: Withdrawal from CIS will affect interests of Ukrainians
    Nov28

    Matviyenko: Withdrawal from CIS will affect interests of Ukrainians

    “The CIS has a number of agreements aimed to promote the economies of the member states and strengthen cooperation between them. Ukraine will no longer benefit from these agreements in the event of withdrawal,” she added. …read more Source:...

    Russian warships enter English Channel for drills: RIA
    Nov28

    Russian warships enter English Channel for drills: RIA

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – A squadron of Russian warships entered the English Channel on Friday to hold exercises, RIA news agency reported, the latest apparent show of military might since ties with the West plunged to Cold War lows over Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Yatsenyuk remains Ukraine’s prime minister
    Nov28

    Yatsenyuk remains Ukraine’s prime minister

    Arseniy Yatsenyuk was yesterday confirmed as prime minister of Ukraine by the Ukrainian parliament in a strong show of support by five parties that will on Tuesday become members of the country’s new government. Yatsenyuk, whose Popular Front emerged as the most popular party in parliamentary elections on 26 October, has served as prime...

    Eight months after Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine, a complicated transition
    Nov28

    Eight months after Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine, a complicated transition

    SIMFEROPOL, Crimea — Eight months into the Russian annexation of the Black Sea resort region of Crimea, traces of Ukraine’s 60-year rule here are rapidly being wiped away. Now Ukrainians themselves worry that they are next. The Ukrainian language has vanished from school curriculums, Russia’s two-headed eagle has been bolted onto...

    Petro Poroshenko: Foreign soldiers around our borders are like locusts
    Nov28

    Petro Poroshenko: Foreign soldiers around our borders are like locusts

    Ukraine has no other choice but to strengthen the country’s defence capacities. …read more Source:...

    Belarus, Russia to sign paperwork to fix trade issues on 2 December
    Nov28

    Belarus, Russia to sign paperwork to fix trade issues on 2 December

    “We believe that we will sign the documents to address these problems on 2 December,” said Mikhail Rusyi. The official explained that veterinary specialists from Russia, the European Union, the World Organization for Animal Health, Ukraine, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, and Poland will arrive in Belarus on 1 December. …read more Source:...

    Slavonic Theater Meetings festival opens in Gomel
    Nov28

    Slavonic Theater Meetings festival opens in Gomel

    The Gomel Oblast Drama Theater will house performances by Belarusian, Russian, Ukrainian, Moldovan, and Kazakhstani theater groups. The program of the forum includes productions of various genres, from exquisite classics to modern performances. The festival will open with the two act tragicomedy “St. Valentine’s Day” of the Kaliningrad...

    Bulgaria MPs’ Appointments to Permanent Committees Get Mixed Reception
    Nov28

    Bulgaria MPs’ Appointments to Permanent Committees Get Mixed Reception

    Lawmakers in Bulgaria’s Parliament set up twelve permanent Committees on Thursday and are to create the remaining ten on Friday, amid controversy over how seats are allocated.Most party group Chairmen remained ordinary members of committees.The senior coalition partner GERB is currently heading nine committees, while the junior partner...

    New Wave song festival could switch to Crimea
    Nov28

    New Wave song festival could switch to Crimea

    The controversial New Wave Russian pop song contest, held annually in Jūrmala since 2002, seems destined to depart after organizer Igor Krutoy said he would find a new home for it by the year’s end. …read more Source:...

    Press review
    Nov28

    Press review

    The budget of the National Health Insurance Fund for next year is doomed to failure and it is clear even now that the money will not be enough, Capital writes. It is evident even now that there will be a shortage of around BNG 450 million which means there will be no payments for hospitals or medicines. There is another option – to update the...

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