: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Section: Europe

  • EU (3,104)
    Get ready for Merkexit
    Oct24

    Get ready for Merkexit

    Brexit might be the biggest challenge European leaders may be facing in the coming year. But it’s not the only one. The turmoil in the United Kingdom has overshadowed the possibility of another dramatic exit from the European scene — if German Chancellor Angela Merkel decides not to run for a fourth term. Although Merkel is still likely to...

    Britain should UNILATERALLY boost sanctions on Russia, Labour’s Nia Griffith says
    Oct23

    Britain should UNILATERALLY boost sanctions on Russia, Labour’s Nia Griffith says

    Nia Griffith, who was appointed to her brief in Mr Corbyn’s recent reshuffle, warned the Kremlin was a ‘major strategic threat’ to Britain. …read more Source: Daily...

    Shadow Defence Secretary Nia Griffith calls for tougher sanctions against Moscow
    Oct23

    Shadow Defence Secretary Nia Griffith calls for tougher sanctions against Moscow

    The Shadow Defence Secretary has called on the Government to impose tougher sanctions on Russia in light of its actions in Syria. …read more Source:...

    Russia’s plan for Europe: Punish Germany, divide the EU, pressure Ukraine
    Oct23

    Russia’s plan for Europe: Punish Germany, divide the EU, pressure Ukraine

    Richard Herzinger, a columnist at German daily Die Welt, argues that Vladimir Putin is making tentative steps to extend Russian power into Europe. The fall of Angela Merkel is at the top of the Russian president’s wish-list. The Kremlin’s willingness to meddle in foreign affairs has only grown since the Ukraine crisis. Herzinger...

    Russia accuses UK of ‘shrinking’ its London embassy
    Oct22

    Russia accuses UK of ‘shrinking’ its London embassy

    Russian ambassador to the U.K. Alexander Yakovenko lashed at the British government, blaming it for reduced number of staff at the embassy in London. He said British authorities are failing to issue visas for Russians to take up posts at the embassy and replace outgoing staff. “The embassy is shrinking and if it continues the embassy will be...

    EU set for ‘dirty Brexit’
    Oct21

    EU set for ‘dirty Brexit’

    Forget hard Brexit or soft Brexit, European officials have been instructed to prepare for a “dirty Brexit.” Theresa May had hoped to use her first European Council meeting to prepare for smooth divorce negotiations early next year. But EU leaders were not in a cooperative mood. The U.K. prime minister’s confrontational Conservative Party...

    Minsk to host ministerial consultations on cooperation of CIS with EU, NATO
    Oct21

    Minsk to host ministerial consultations on cooperation of CIS with EU, NATO

    The participants will discuss the trade and economic impact of the association agreements of Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine with the EU and of the comprehensive free trade area with the EU for the CIS FTA. …read more Source:...

    Crimea Officials Tout for Business in Serbia
    Oct21

    Crimea Officials Tout for Business in Serbia

    A delegation from the region controversially annexed by Russia is visiting Serbia and urging businesses to invest despite EU sanctions. …read more Source: Balkan...

    Ukraine NOC: Belarus will be a good host of Second European Games
    Oct21

    Ukraine NOC: Belarus will be a good host of Second European Games

    Minsk has a well-developed infrastructure with modern centers, a big number of top-notch hotels. Therefore, it will cost less to organize, for instance, the Second European Games in Belarus than in other countries,” Sergey Bubka noted. …read more Source:...

    Theresa May urges EU leaders to back new sanctions on Russian generals to stop Syria carnage
    Oct21

    Theresa May urges EU leaders to back new sanctions on Russian generals to stop Syria carnage

    The PM wants action from Brussels including travel bans and asset seizures targeted personally at Russian generals …read more Source:...

    Page 275 of 2181

    Pin It on Pinterest