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    David Blunkett compares Labour membership to failed revolution “from Ukraine to Egypt”
    Mar30

    David Blunkett compares Labour membership to failed revolution “from Ukraine to Egypt”

    The Labour peer and former home secretary says new members need a “meaningful political education”, and accuses unions of neglecting their “historic balance”. There are three sorts of opposition. There’s the civil society opposition, with people campaigning in their own specific areas, people who’ve got an interest group or are...

    PM Kvirikashvili Meets his Moldovan Colleague
    Mar30

    PM Kvirikashvili Meets his Moldovan Colleague

    Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili met his Moldovan counterpart Pavel Filip in Kyiv. …read more Source:...

    Estonian entrepreneur succeeds in Crimean court against Russian Defence Ministry
    Mar30

    Estonian entrepreneur succeeds in Crimean court against Russian Defence Ministry

    Estonian entrepreneur has won a trial against the Russian Defense Ministry in a case, where his is defending rights to own real estate in the Russian-annexed Ukrainian peninsular of Crimea. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Number of foreigners working in Latvia grows steadily
    Mar30

    Number of foreigners working in Latvia grows steadily

    In the last few years the number of work permits issued to foreign workers has been growing steadily, according to data by the Citizenship and Migration Affairs Office (PMLP). Despite unemployment at close to 10%, more and more businesses attract guest workers, mostly from neighboring countries. The majority of guest workers come from Ukraine,...

    PM Kvirikashvili Meets Ukrainian Leaders in Kyiv
    Mar30

    PM Kvirikashvili Meets Ukrainian Leaders in Kyiv

    Volodymyr Groysman and Giorgi Kvirikashvili agreed to deepen economic cooperation. …read more Source:...

    Estonian businessman wins against Russian defense ministry in Crimean court
    Mar30

    Estonian businessman wins against Russian defense ministry in Crimean court

    Businessman and former mayor of Tallinn, Tõnis Palts, is defending his rights to real estate owned by him in Crimea, won against the Russian defense ministry in a local first-tier court earlier this month. …read more Source:...

    David Cameron: Calling EU referendum ‘right thing to do’
    Mar30

    David Cameron: Calling EU referendum ‘right thing to do’

    Former British Prime Minister David Cameron has defended his decision to hold a referendum on the U.K.’s membership of the EU, the Guardian reported Thursday. “I thought it right to hold the referendum because this issue had been poisoning British politics for years,” Cameron said in Kiev on Wednesday, the day the U.K. formally triggered...

    IMF says will decide on Ukraine aid tranche on April 3
    Mar30

    IMF says will decide on Ukraine aid tranche on April 3

    KIEV (Reuters) – The International Monetary Fund executive board will meet on April 3 to decide whether to disburse a $1 billion aid tranche to Ukraine as part of its $17.5 billion bailout program for the country, it said in a statement on Thursday. …read more Source:...

    Contact group on Ukraine to reconvene 12 April
    Mar30

    Contact group on Ukraine to reconvene 12 April

    The participants of the meeting discussed further release of persons detained in view of the conflict. …read more Source:...

    Poland shuts its consulates in Ukraine after grenade attack
    Mar29

    Poland shuts its consulates in Ukraine after grenade attack

    Poland has temporarily closed its consulates in Ukraine after a grenade attack on its diplomatic post in Lutsk. They will remain closed “until the expectations of Poland regarding the protection of diplomatic and consular missions in Ukraine have been fulfilled,” Polish deputy Foreign Minister Jan Dziedziczak said after his meeting with Ukrainian...

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