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    Konstantin Borovoy: Putin is losing mortifyingly, so expect an offensive
    Nov19

    Konstantin Borovoy: Putin is losing mortifyingly, so expect an offensive

    Russia’s president will launch offensive in any case, as the current situation is a costly and humiliating loss for him. …read more Source:...

    Naftogaz warns of gas cuts to east Ukraine
    Nov19

    Naftogaz warns of gas cuts to east Ukraine

    State-run company says it stands to lose almost $1bn over a year if deliveries remain effectively free …read more Source: Financial...

    Bulgaria to Grant Ukraine Humanitarian Aid of EUR 50 000
    Nov19

    Bulgaria to Grant Ukraine Humanitarian Aid of EUR 50 000

    Bulgaria’s government will grant Ukraine humanitarian aid of EUR 50 000. The funding will be provided from the official development aid allocation under the central budget. The aid aims to alleviate the difficult social and economic and humanitarian situation in the country The funding will be provided via the International Committee of the...

    Gorbachev: West has accepted Crimea as part of Russia
    Nov19

    Gorbachev: West has accepted Crimea as part of Russia

    Former leader of the USSR and Nobel Peace Prize winner Mikhail Gorbachev says he believes the West has accepted the decision of Crimeans to join Russia.Asked by the Komsomolskaya Pravda daily whether the West has accepted the fact that Crimea is now part of Russia, Gorbachev responded, “I think so.” …read more Source:...

    Russia urges Kiev to talk directly to separatists
    Nov19

    Russia urges Kiev to talk directly to separatists

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Wednesday Ukraine’s leaders must talk directly to separatists in the east of the country and should not treat Moscow as a party to the conflict. …read more Source:...

    Bulgaria to grant EUR 50 thousand worth of humanitarian aid to Ukraine
    Nov19

    Bulgaria to grant EUR 50 thousand worth of humanitarian aid to Ukraine

    The government of Bulgaria will grant Ukraine humanitarian aid to the cost of EUR 50 000, which will be transmitted through the International Committee of the Red Cross. The aid will be officially pronounced during the Donors’ Conference for Ukraine to be held in December. This step is testimony of Bulgaria’s sustainable policy and...

    Mogherini, Dačić discuss Kosovo dialogue, Ukraine
    Nov19

    Mogherini, Dačić discuss Kosovo dialogue, Ukraine

    Federica Mogherini hopes the Kosovo dialogue would quickly resume, and that the EU expects both sides to continue work to implement the Brussels agreement.The EU foreign policy chief said in a statement after her meeting late on Tuesday in Brussels with Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić that she hoped the dialogue on normalization of relations...

    [Ticker] Germany sees ‘no reason for optimism’ on Ukraine
    Nov19

    [Ticker] Germany sees ‘no reason for optimism’ on Ukraine

    After meeting his Russian counterpart Lavrov on the situation in Ukraine, Germany foreign minister Steinmeier said on Tuesday: “There is no reason for optimism in the current situation”. Later that day Lavrov said on EU-Russia relations: “We are hoping that the ‘point of no return’ has not yet been crossed”....

    NATO’s Southern Dilemma: Contesting Security Interests of the Regional Powers in the Middle East
    Nov19

    NATO’s Southern Dilemma: Contesting Security Interests of the Regional Powers in the Middle East

    The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) finds itself between two fronts. To the East, Russia, by annexing Crimea, a Ukrainian territory, has violated the post-WW international order which has secured the decades’ long peace in Europe. To the South, the rise of extremism in the Middle East has created one of the most challenging...

    Steinmeier presses Putin in surprise meeting
    Nov19

    Steinmeier presses Putin in surprise meeting

    Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier was no closer to an answer to escalating violence in Ukraine on Tuesday night despite a surprise meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. …read more Source: The Local...

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