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    Kremlin looks to Reykjavik for Putin-Trump summit
    Jan15

    Kremlin looks to Reykjavik for Putin-Trump summit

    Moscow eager to seize opportunity to repair ties damaged by Ukraine and Syria crises …read more Source: Financial...

    Bulgaria’s President Plevneliev Advises Successor to Reconsider Stance on Crimea
    Jan15

    Bulgaria’s President Plevneliev Advises Successor to Reconsider Stance on Crimea

    Bulgaria’s President-elect Rumen Radev should consider very carefully his position on Crimea and its incorporation into Russia, incumbent Rosen Plevneliev has said. “When we continue arguing that Crimea is de jure Ukrainian but de facto Russian because Russia hoisted its flag there and people have to be asked what the future of Crimea...

    Rossen Plevneliev for BNR: President who defends law supremacy can not oppose European court decisions
    Jan15

    Rossen Plevneliev for BNR: President who defends law supremacy can not oppose European court decisions

    Bulgaria’s President-elect Rumen Radev has not assumed office yet and can still voice various stands under local topics and issues from the international agenda. However, it must be clear that from January 22 on every word and position voiced by Radev will automatically become Bulgaria’s official stand, Bulgaria’s head of state...

    Tennis: Raluca Olaru and Olga Savchuk win doubles event in Hobart
    Jan14

    Tennis: Raluca Olaru and Olga Savchuk win doubles event in Hobart

    The pairing made up of Romanian tennis player Raluca Olaru and Ukrainian Olga Savchuk won Saturday the doubles event of the WTA tournament in Hobart (Australia), with total prize money worth 226,750 dollars, after they defeated in the final the couple Gabriela Dabrowski (Canada)/Zhaoxuan Yang (China), 0-6, 6-4, 10-5. …read more Source:...

    Trump open to lifting Russian sanctions if ‘we get along’: report
    Jan14

    Trump open to lifting Russian sanctions if ‘we get along’: report

    President-elect Donald Trump expressed a willingness Friday to lift sanctions on Russia if it assists the U.S. in other efforts such as counterterrorism. Trump told the Wall Street Journal that he intended to keep sanctions imposed on Russia by the Obama administration in response to cyber attacks during the election “at least for a...

    Putin opponent to Trump: Don’t abandon Ukraine
    Jan14

    Putin opponent to Trump: Don’t abandon Ukraine

    A leading Russian opposition politician and critic of Vladimir Putin has a message for the incoming Trump administration: don’t trade Ukraine for a deal in Syria. Ilya Yashin warns that any detente with Russia that includes permitting its 2014 annexation of Crimea and invasion of eastern Ukraine to stand — even in return for...

    US envoy’s message to Trump: Don’t screw it up in Europe
    Jan13

    US envoy’s message to Trump: Don’t screw it up in Europe

    U.S. President-elect Donald Trump is at risk of botching the transatlantic alliance that has served the interests of the Western allies since the end of World War II, the outgoing American ambassador to the EU warned Friday. In an unusually frank conversation with reporters, the ambassador, Anthony Gardner, said Trump and his team should not rely...

    Russia threatens to leave G8 over Crimea
    Jan13

    Russia threatens to leave G8 over Crimea

    Russia has announced its intention to permanently walk away from the G8 group of industrialised nations – more than two years after it was kicked out over the illegal annexation of Crimea. Moscow said it had no intention of re-joining the influential bloc – which brings together the world’s richest countries to discuss global issues from...

    Fake or foul, Donald Trump dossier serves Kremlin’s aims
    Jan13

    Fake or foul, Donald Trump dossier serves Kremlin’s aims

    MOSCOW — The reaction in Russia to allegations in a U.S. intelligence report about the Kremlin, U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and reportedly lurid video footage can probably best be described as a Slavic shrug. The unverified claims — the most explosive of which is that Russian intelligence secretly recorded sexual...

    Radev: It Is Positive That Trump Is No Slave to Political Prejudices
    Jan13

    Radev: It Is Positive That Trump Is No Slave to Political Prejudices

    In an interview for French channel France 24, President-elect Rumen Radev commented on several issues that he deemed important for Bulgaria and the world. With respect to the election of Donald Trump, Radev pointed out that the positive thing about Trump is that “he is not a slave to political prejudices”. “My hope for his presidency is that it...

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