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    Ukraine’s leaders may be giving up on reuniting the country
    Feb09

    Ukraine’s leaders may be giving up on reuniting the country

    Square peace agreement, round war FROM her roadside stall in eastern Ukraine, Svetlana Tsymbal watches the cars creep past the Mayorsk checkpoint. This used to be a peaceful provincial highway. Now it is a border crossing at the front line of a conflict that has left some 10,000 people dead. Parents return home “to the other side” after visiting...

    Remain has lost – it’s time to fight for Return
    Feb09

    Remain has lost – it’s time to fight for Return

    Is it possible Nigel Farage will go down in history as the great herald of British Europeanism? After all, he did say “a 52-48 result would be unfinished business”. Let’s backtrack to that result. On the morning of 24 June last year, two things were already clear to Labour. The first was that Article 50 was now inevitable,...

    Signatures that triggered Dutch referendum were not verified: minister
    Feb09

    Signatures that triggered Dutch referendum were not verified: minister

    The Dutch government cannot guarantee the authenticity of more than 400,000 signatures on a petition that triggered a referendum on an EU-Ukraine deal, local media reported Thursday. “It cannot be established with certainty that the requests [signatures] have been submitted by several individuals,” Interior Minister Ronald Plasterk said in...

    NSI: Bulgaria’s exports to non-EU countries dwindle
    Feb09

    NSI: Bulgaria’s exports to non-EU countries dwindle

    In 2016 Bulgaria’s exports to non-EU countries decreased with 5.9% as compared to 2015 and amounted to nearly EUR 7.5 billion, the National Statistical Institute informs. Turkey, China, Macedonia, Serbia, the Russian Federation and the USA are Bulgaria’s biggest non-EU trade partners. 49% of Bulgaria’s export to non-EU countries...

    Bulgaria’s Trade with Non-EU Countries Dipped in 2016
    Feb09

    Bulgaria’s Trade with Non-EU Countries Dipped in 2016

    Exports to third countries shrank by 5.9% in 2016 compared to the previous year, national statistics show.The amount exported for that time was BGN 14.957 B, with Turkey, China, Macedonia, Serbia, Russia and the US being the main non-EU partners for Bulgarian goods, according to preliminary data of the National Statistical Institute (NSI).These...

    Were the signatures calling for the 2016 Ukraine referendum genuine?
    Feb09

    Were the signatures calling for the 2016 Ukraine referendum genuine?

    The government does not know whether the 427,000 signatures calling for the controversial 2016 referendum on the Ukraine-EU trade treaty… …read more Source:...

    Kremlin: no Ukraine ‘deal’ with US possible
    Feb09

    Kremlin: no Ukraine ‘deal’ with US possible

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    Bulgaria’s Trade with Third Countries Dipped in 2016
    Feb09

    Bulgaria’s Trade with Third Countries Dipped in 2016

    Exports to third countries shrank by 5.9% in 2016 compared to the previous year, national statistics show.The amount exported for that time was BGN 14.957 B, with Turkey, China, Macedonia, Serbia, Russia and the US being the main non-EU partners for Bulgarian goods, according to preliminary data of the National Statistical Institute (NSI).These...

    Kremlin says east Ukraine unlikely to be part of deal with Trump
    Feb09

    Kremlin says east Ukraine unlikely to be part of deal with Trump

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – The Kremlin said on Thursday it was unlikely that the situation in eastern Ukraine, where pro-Russian separatists are ranged against the Ukrainian army, would be part of any deal with U.S. President Donald Trump. …read more Source:...

    Delo says Slovenia able to offer good diplomatic initiatives
    Feb09

    Delo says Slovenia able to offer good diplomatic initiatives

    With his visits to Germany, Russia and Ukraine, President Borut Pahor has the opportunity to take advantage of the diplomatic offering of an internally stable and economically advancing country Slovenia wants to be, the daily Delo says in Thursday’s front-page commentary. …read more Source:...

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