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    Gazprom Increases Gas Deliveries to Europe by 12%
    Dec18

    Gazprom Increases Gas Deliveries to Europe by 12%

    In the period January 1 –December 15, Gazprom increased gas deliveries to countries outside the Commonwealth of Independent States by 11.9%, compared to the same period last year, to 170 billion cubic metres, reported BTA. In absolute terms, the increase is 18.1 billion cubic metres and is comparable to the quantity of gas exported by Gazprom in...

    ExxonMobil helped defeat Russia sanctions bill
    Dec18

    ExxonMobil helped defeat Russia sanctions bill

    ExxonMobil successfully lobbied against a bill that would have made it harder for the next president to lift sanctions against Russia, clearing the way for the oil giant to restart a program worth billions of dollars if Donald Trump eases those restrictions as president. The company’s effort could be helped by outgoing CEO Rex...

    Britain sends ‘CLEAR MESSAGE’ to Russia after revealing plans to train Ukrainian troops
    Dec18

    Britain sends ‘CLEAR MESSAGE’ to Russia after revealing plans to train Ukrainian troops

    BRITAIN will continue to train the Ukrainian troops until 2018 in the build up to a potential conflict with a more “belligerent” Russia, Michael Fallon has announced. …read more Source:...

    MAE: EUSDR coordinator encourages Ukrainian authorities to capitalise on Danube Strategy opportunities
    Dec17

    MAE: EUSDR coordinator encourages Ukrainian authorities to capitalise on Danube Strategy opportunities

    The national coordinator of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR), Silvia Davidoiu, participated in the International Conference devoted to Ukraine’s opportunities and challenges in the EUSDR context, on which occasion she encouraged the Ukrainian authorities to capitalise on the opportunities provided by the Danube Strategy, as...

    How the Dutch Left blew it
    Dec17

    How the Dutch Left blew it

    ROTTERDAM, The Netherlands — Ahmed Aboutaleb was giving a lot of Dutch politicians sleepless nights earlier this year. A moderate Muslim of Moroccan descent, the mayor of Rotterdam is the most popular politician in the country. Had he entered the fray as his party’s candidate in the Netherlands’ national...

    Europe hunkers down for Hurricane Donald
    Dec16

    Europe hunkers down for Hurricane Donald

    Out of the frying pan and into the fire. After a year scarred by referendums that hurled defiance at Brussels, climaxing in Britain’s June vote to quit the bloc, the European Union is bracing for more storms in 2017, starting with the landfall of “Hurricane Donald” from across the Atlantic. The U.S. president-elect was the elephant in the...

    Freudlos in die Ferien
    Dec16

    Freudlos in die Ferien

    Es war der Morgen nach dem Weihnachtsgipfel, und allüberall im Land waren Menschen unzufrieden, bis hin zum Küchenpersonal: Teilnehmer grantelten über Donald Tusk, weil die Veranstaltung lang und länger wurde. Mario Draghi und Jens Stoltenberg darüber, dass sie lange warten hatten müssen. Und die Köche der Mächtigen, denn ihre...

    Dutch government prepares to ratify EU-Ukraine deal
    Dec16

    Dutch government prepares to ratify EU-Ukraine deal

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    Petro Poroshenko urges Dutch to sign EU-Ukraine agreement
    Dec16

    Petro Poroshenko urges Dutch to sign EU-Ukraine agreement

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Friday urged the Netherlands to ratify a pact between his country and the EU after amendments were agreed by EU leaders. Poroshenko wrote on Twitter “we call upon the Netherlands to fulfill the relevant procedures to ensure its swift entry into force.” He added that the agreement,...

    One joyless Brussels day before Christmas
    Dec16

    One joyless Brussels day before Christmas

    It was the morning after the EU summit, and all through the lands stirred feelings of annoyance, even among the mice. The leaders of Europe at Donald Tusk’s party running so long and so late. Mario Draghi and Jens Stoltenberg for being forced to wait. And the poor poor chefs, whose efforts to lay on the greatest of spreads, all went to...

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