: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Section: Europe

  • EU (3,254)
    Ukraine MFA hopes for constructive settlement of Belavia incident
    Nov08

    Ukraine MFA hopes for constructive settlement of Belavia incident

    Ukraine’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs takes this incident very seriously. Our competent authorities continue the investigation. We informed the Belarusian side about this on 31 October, Mariana Betsa said. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] Georgia’s Saakashvili quits Ukraine position
    Nov08

    [Ticker] Georgia’s Saakashvili quits Ukraine position

    Former Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili resigned as governor of the Ukrainian region of Odessa after 18 months. The controversial pro-Western politician accused Kiev of not being serious about tackling corruption, and hindering his efforts to reform. Saakashvili was appointed in May 2015. …read more Source:...

    Former Georgian President Saakashivili resigns from post of Odessa governor
    Nov08

    Former Georgian President Saakashivili resigns from post of Odessa governor

    Gruzijas eksprezidents Mihails Saakašvili 7.novembrī atkāpies no Odesas apgabala gubernatora amata Ukrainā, skaļiem vārdiem vainojot reģiona ietekmīgās ekonomiskās aprindas un to saistību ar Ukrainas prezidentu Petro Porošenko. aakashvili accused Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko of backing corrupt officials who, according to him, were...

    Does Britain really want to be a bit player on the world stage?
    Nov08

    Does Britain really want to be a bit player on the world stage?

    The UK has long maintained an active role in world politics. Particularly following the post-war Western order, through its permanent membership of the UN Security Council, its membership to NATO, G20, and the G7, it achieved a strong global presence. Recently, however, economic outcomes and political decisions have gradually rendered the British...

    FT: Ex-Air Chief Threatens to Upturn Apple Cart of Bulgarian Politics
    Nov08

    FT: Ex-Air Chief Threatens to Upturn Apple Cart of Bulgarian Politics

    Socialist-backed presidencial candidate Rumen Radev is on the brink of winning the election to become the next head of state, “in the process potentially upturning the apple cart of Bulgarian politics,” the Financial Times writes. A story published after Radev came first in the November 06 presidential election explores the potential...

    The 320 Europeans out to protect America’s elections
    Nov08

    The 320 Europeans out to protect America’s elections

    In a sparse, sunlit office just south of Dupont Circle in downtown Washington, with elections just 11 days ahead of them, an elite cadre of voting monitors is laying the groundwork for a national effort to document the fairness, and the legitimacy, of the most contentious American election in decades. Outside, on the campaign trail, Donald Trump...

    Ukrainian President Poroshenko pays official visit
    Nov08

    Ukrainian President Poroshenko pays official visit

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko will pay an official visit to Slovenia on Tuesday, which is seen as an opportunity to boost bilateral ties and affirm Slovenia’s support for bringing Ukraine closer to the EU. …read more Source:...

    Saakashvili quits Ukrainian post
    Nov08

    Saakashvili quits Ukrainian post

    KIEV – Mikheil Saakashvili, the former president of Georgia who resurrected his political career as a regional governor in Ukraine, resigned on Monday, accusing Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko of “personally supporting” corruption. Spitting out his words in anger during a press conference, he lashed out at officials he said were impeding...

    Containing a rational Russia
    Nov07

    Containing a rational Russia

    The question of how to handle Russia is a pressing one. In inverse proportion to the weakness of its economy, demographics and armed forces, Russia seems determined to ratchet up its confrontation with the West and break the international system for good. Now, for good measure, explicit threats of nuclear war are being made. Dealing with this...

    Bulgaria Needs to Be ‘Generator of Solutions,’ Opposition Presidential Candidate Says
    Nov07

    Bulgaria Needs to Be ‘Generator of Solutions,’ Opposition Presidential Candidate Says

    Bulgaria needs ambitions goals from increasing living standards to developing a good security environment, reforming education and fighting shady elements of power, leading presidential candidate Rumen Radev has said. In an interview with public broadcaster BNT, Radev, who has the best result in the first round of Bulgaria’s presidential...

    Page 334 of 2254

    Pin It on Pinterest