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    Ukrainians pay respects to journalist killed in car bombing
    Jul22

    Ukrainians pay respects to journalist killed in car bombing

    Fellow journalists say death of Pavel Sheremet in Kiev this week was a ‘monstrous blow’Hundreds of Ukrainians have paid their respects to a prominent journalist who died in a car bombing in Kiev this week, queueing to lay flowers at an open casket. Pavel Sheremet’s killing on Wednesday sent shockwaves through the Ukrainian media...

    Polish MPs adopt resolution calling 1940s massacre genocide
    Jul22

    Polish MPs adopt resolution calling 1940s massacre genocide

    The Polish parliament on Friday adopted a resolution declaring 11 July a National Day of Remembrance of Victims of Genocide perpetrated by Ukrainian nationalists against Poles during World War II. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Hundreds come to bid farewell to slain journalist in Ukraine
    Jul22

    Hundreds come to bid farewell to slain journalist in Ukraine

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    EU enlargement fatigue dampens Ukrainian hopes of membership
    Jul22

    EU enlargement fatigue dampens Ukrainian hopes of membership

    There is strong pro-European fervour in Ukraine but also a sober assessment of the medium-term chances of joining blocJohannes Hahn’s job title sounds a little incongruous these days: he’s the EU commissioner for European neighbourhood policy and enlargement negotiations. The job title was created in the late 1990s during a period of...

    ‘Never write off Saudi Arabia’
    Jul22

    ‘Never write off Saudi Arabia’

    The Saudis put on a diplomatic charm offensive in the EU capital this week designed to highlight looming changes in the ultra-conservative Gulf Kingdom. The man who delivered the message was the foreign minister, Adel al-Jubeir, a member of the younger, Western-educated generation of Saudi Arabian leaders that have taken seats in King...

    Trump’s NATO comments ‘unprecedented’
    Jul22

    Trump’s NATO comments ‘unprecedented’

    WASHINGTON — When President Barack Obama attended a NATO summit in Warsaw earlier this month, he had one core goal: to reassure jittery members of the 67-year Alliance that the U.S. would defend them against Russian aggression. “As treaty allies, we have a solemn, binding Article 5 duty to defend each other. And in this obligation, we will never...

    Hillary’s anti-Trump
    Jul21

    Hillary’s anti-Trump

    Retired Admiral James Stavridis, whose vetting as a possible vice president for Hillary Clinton has suddenly placed him in the spotlight in the run-up to her decision, has made a career as a leading warrior-scholar and iconoclast. “Walls don’t work,” he declared as the top commander of NATO in 2012. “Instead of building walls to create...

    Belovezhskaya Pushcha cross-border project to be continued
    Jul21

    Belovezhskaya Pushcha cross-border project to be continued

    The first phase of the project was implemented under the previous cross-border cooperation program “Poland-Belarus-Ukraine” with the participation of Grodno and Brest oblast emergencies departments and Poland. …read more Source:...

    Transgaz and Ukrtransgaz sign interconnection agreement for Transit 1 Isaccea-Negru Voda pipeline
    Jul21

    Transgaz and Ukrtransgaz sign interconnection agreement for Transit 1 Isaccea-Negru Voda pipeline

    In order to facilitate cross-border gas flows and provide free and non-discriminatory access to the natural gas transmission infrastructure, Romania’s National Gas Transmission Company Transgaz and the Natural Gas Transmission System Operator of Ukraine – Ukrtransgaz on Wednesday signed the Interconnection Agreement for the...

    Salad dressings help Spilva double H1 exports to Ukraine
    Jul21

    Salad dressings help Spilva double H1 exports to Ukraine

    Latvian food company Spilva which belongs to Norway’s Orkla doubled its exports to Ukraine in the first half of this year, exports to the United Kingdom increased 50% and exports to Ireland 17.3%, LETA was told at the company. …read more Source: The Baltic...

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