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    EU top diplomat discusses Russia, Iran nuclear deal with Tillerson
    Feb10

    EU top diplomat discusses Russia, Iran nuclear deal with Tillerson

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – In their first meeting, the European Union’s foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini and U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson spoke “at length” about terrorism, Russia, the Iran nuclear deal and Ukraine, the EU said in a statement. …read more Source:...

    Pahor to discuss business, topical issues with Putin
    Feb10

    Pahor to discuss business, topical issues with Putin

    President Borut Pahor will meet Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday as he continues his mini tour of Germany, Russia and Ukraine. Topping the agenda in Moscow will be economic cooperation and topical international issues, especially hotspots. Pahor will be accompanied by several ministers and a sizeable business delegation. …read...

    Greek PM visits Kiev with Russia message
    Feb09

    Greek PM visits Kiev with Russia message

    On a visit to Ukraine Thursday, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called for all sides to implement the Minsk Protocol and insisted that Greece has no intention of breaking ranks within the European Union over sanctions against Russia. …read more Source:...

    Is renewed fighting in Ukraine linked to Trump taking office?
    Feb09

    Is renewed fighting in Ukraine linked to Trump taking office?

    Heavy fighting flared up recently in eastern Ukraine between pro-Russian rebels and Ukrainian soldiers. But is it linked to Donald Trump’s taking office? …read more Source:...

    Republican senators to Trump: Putin is not your friend
    Feb09

    Republican senators to Trump: Putin is not your friend

    Eight Republican senators urged President Donald Trump on Thursday to take a harder line on Russia, the clearest evidence yet that Trump struck a major nerve with members of his own party when he refused to label Vladimir Putin a killer over the weekend. The senators’ letter to Trump, led by Senator Cory Gardner (R-Colo.), also shows that...

    Agencies abuse Czech visa system in Ukraine to fuel booming illegal business
    Feb09

    Agencies abuse Czech visa system in Ukraine to fuel booming illegal business

    Reporters from public service broadcaster Czech Radio have mapped a booming business for Ukraine agents and middlemen by ensuring clients get visas for the Czech Republic or wider Schengen area. And to help ensure demand for their services, they have rigged the visa appointments system so that it is blocked to those who try to get visas by...

    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...

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