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    Lithuanian court orders Ukraine’s politician to pay Hanner group EUR 5 mln
    Nov07

    Lithuanian court orders Ukraine’s politician to pay Hanner group EUR 5 mln

    Prominent Ukrainian businessman and politician Oleg Radkovski and Ukraine’s company Yugstroi Invest should pay 5.91 million US dollars (EUR 5.03 mln) in loan including interest to Trust Capital, a Lithuanian company linked with the real estate development company Hanner, a Vilnius court ruled on Oct. 20, informs LETA/BNS. …read more...

    Ambassador: Lithuania upgraded Marshall Plan for Ukraine into European idea
    Nov07

    Ambassador: Lithuania upgraded Marshall Plan for Ukraine into European idea

    The European Union’s (EU) financial plan for Ukraine, which is informally titled as the new Marshall Plan, has become a European initiative thanks to Lithuania, says Ukraine’s Ambassador to Vilnius Volodymyr Yatsenkivski, reports LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Fast forward to two-speed Europe
    Nov07

    Fast forward to two-speed Europe

    There’s a feeling among European leaders that the bloc has weathered the worst of its recent crises — euro, refugee, Brexit — and should now turn its focus to the future. The question now: What should that future look like? Is European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker’s vision of a more integrated union the right way forward?...

    Sex under siege: Ukrainian drama uncovers how war affects intimacy
    Nov06

    Sex under siege: Ukrainian drama uncovers how war affects intimacy

    The playwright Natal’ya Vorozhbit’s Bad Roads explores the brutal effects of conflict on personal relationships. Sasha Dugdale reveals the pain of translating its harrowing scenes for a new Royal Court productionWhat happens to people’s personal relationships – and, more specifically, their sexual lives – in a time of conflict?...

    Serbia respects Ukraine’s territorial integrity – minister
    Nov06

    Serbia respects Ukraine’s territorial integrity – minister

    Minister for EU Integration Jadranka Joksimovic said on Monday that Serbia respects the territorial integrity of Ukraine.She also thanked that country for not recognizing Kosovo. …read more Source:...

    Serbia respects Ukraine’s territorial integrity – minister
    Nov06

    Serbia respects Ukraine’s territorial integrity – minister

    Minister for EU Integration Jadranka Joksimovic said on Monday that Serbia respects the territorial integrity of Ukraine.She also thanked that country for not recognizing Kosovo. …read more Source:...

    EIU: Bucharest, among world’s cheapest cities
    Nov06

    EIU: Bucharest, among world’s cheapest cities

    Bucharest is the tenth cheapest city in the world, according to the latest edition of the Worldwide Cost of Living survey published by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). The Romanian capital shares the tenth spot with Kiev and New Delhi. The survey, which is published twice a year, compares more than 400 prices across 160 The post EIU:...

    What Happens when Montenegro Citizens Return Home After Fighting in Foreign Wars?
    Nov05

    What Happens when Montenegro Citizens Return Home After Fighting in Foreign Wars?

    Screenshot from the online version of the documentary film “The Road of No Return?” by Center for Democratic Transition (CDT), from Montenegro. Milica Bogdanović, the author of this post, is a member of the Center for Democratic Transition (CDT), the organization which produced the film mentioned. The documentary film “The Road of No Return?”...

    Paul Manafort proposes $12.5 million bail package
    Nov05

    Paul Manafort proposes $12.5 million bail package

    Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is offering to post $12.5 million-worth of assets — including his Trump Tower apartment — as part of a bail package to ensure that he appears for the trial he’s facing on charges of money laundering and failing to register as a foreign lobbyist, Manafort’s defense team said Saturday....

    Polish FM urges Ukraine to ‘take concrete steps’ amid tensions over history
    Nov05

    Polish FM urges Ukraine to ‘take concrete steps’ amid tensions over history

    Poland is open to cooperation with Ukraine, but expects authorities in that country to “take concrete steps” amid tensions over historical issues, Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski has said. …read more Source: Polskie...

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