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    Polish Foreign Ministry ‘astonished’ at ‘genocide’ claim by Ukrainian MP
    Aug04

    Polish Foreign Ministry ‘astonished’ at ‘genocide’ claim by Ukrainian MP

    The Polish Foreign Ministry has said it is “astonished” at a draft resolution submitted to the Ukrainian parliament referring to “genocide” by Poles against Ukrainians over several decades up to 1951. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Polish foreign minister nominates new ambassadors
    Aug04

    Polish foreign minister nominates new ambassadors

    Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski has nominated four new ambassadors: to Russia, Ukraine, Tunisia and Jordan, as well as a permanent representative to OECD. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Ukraine’s MP’s may recognize Polish State’s actions in 1919 -51 as genocide
    Aug04

    Ukraine’s MP’s may recognize Polish State’s actions in 1919 -51 as genocide

    Ukraine’s Rada has received a draft resolution acknowledging actions taken by the Polish State in the years 1919 to 1951 on Ukrainians as “a genocide atrocity.” If voted for, it would enable a view of Poland and Ukraine’s history as a ” history of injustice, pressure and oppression” committed ” systematically and consecutively by the...

    Ukraine rejects Russia’s proposed ambassador to Kiev
    Aug04

    Ukraine rejects Russia’s proposed ambassador to Kiev

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine has rejected Russia’s proposed candidate for its next ambassador to Kiev, a senior Ukrainian foreign ministry official said. …read more Source:...

    PGNiG to deliver gas to Ukraine
    Aug04

    PGNiG to deliver gas to Ukraine

    Polish state-controlled natural oil and gas company PGNiG has signed a deal with Ukrainian Eru Trading for the delivery of natural gas to industrial customers, the company said. “The commencement of natural gas deliveries to Ukraine confirms that the commercial terms offered by PGNiG are competitive and therefore attractive for both domestic...

    The First Ostrogorski Forum, Seminar at BSU, Belarus-Poland Relations – Ostrogorski Centre Digest
    Aug04

    The First Ostrogorski Forum, Seminar at BSU, Belarus-Poland Relations – Ostrogorski Centre Digest

    This summer Ostrogorski Centre analysts have analysed developments in Belarus-Poland relations, life of regional media and the case of a new potential political prisoner. The Centre also published a major study of Belarus-Russia relations after the Ukraine conflict. In July the Centre held the first Ostrogorski Forum, a conference on foreign...

    Cyberwar is not coming to the US – it’s already here
    Aug04

    Cyberwar is not coming to the US – it’s already here

    As recent high-profile hacks show, cyberwar is a very real danger and is likely to get much worse, says a US security expertAs the recent hacks of the Democratic National Committee and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign have shown, cyberwarfare has reached US shores – and it’s likely to get much worse, says Kenneth...

    Russia will do what it wants in Rio
    Aug04

    Russia will do what it wants in Rio

    The Olympic jamboree starts Friday in Rio de Janeiro. In the run-up to the Games, as the organizers scrambled to iron out all the traditional last-minute snags, they faced a thorny social problem: Should we invite the druggies to our party? Less than three weeks before the start of the Olympics, the World Anti-Doping Agency urged a total ban on...

    OSCE monitors held at gunpoint in Ukraine
    Aug03

    OSCE monitors held at gunpoint in Ukraine

    The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe said Wednesday that one of its monitors was threatened at gunpoint in eastern Ukraine in an incident involving several armed and apparently drunk men of uncertain affiliation. …read more Source: The Local...

    Czech deputy PM rejects refugee quotas, says country should fight any EU sanctions
    Aug03

    Czech deputy PM rejects refugee quotas, says country should fight any EU sanctions

    PRAGUE (Reuters) – The Czech Republic should not accept any refugees, Deputy Prime Minister Andrej Babis said on Wednesday, rejecting the European Union’s quotas and threatening legal action if sanctions are imposed. …read more Source:...

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