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    Working group to discuss access to markets, Belarus’ accession to WTO in Kiev
    Sep01

    Working group to discuss access to markets, Belarus’ accession to WTO in Kiev

    Plans have been made to discuss mutual trade, access to markets, and Belarus’ accession to the WTO, said the Press Secretary of the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Experts of interested government agencies of Belarus and Ukraine will meet for consultations prior to the session. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian Foreign Minister Klimkin on peace in Donbass
    Sep01

    Ukrainian Foreign Minister Klimkin on peace in Donbass

    Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin joined DW in Berlin to discuss the situation in the Ukraine, where violence has recently escalated. Klimkin is in town for a meeting of OSCE members called by Germany. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Belarus’s New Military Doctrine: What’s the Message?
    Sep01

    Belarus’s New Military Doctrine: What’s the Message?

    Оn 20 July 2016 Belarusian president Alexander Lukashenka approved the final version of the new Military Doctrine of Belarus. The previous version had been adopted in 2002 and has obviously outlived its usefulness in light of the dramatic changes in the global and regional security architecture. The Russia-Ukraine hybrid conflict and a new “Cold...

    Ukraine crisis: New ceasefire ‘holding with eastern rebels’
    Sep01

    Ukraine crisis: New ceasefire ‘holding with eastern rebels’

    Ukraine says a new ceasefire has been holding in eastern Ukraine since midnight, despite recent heavy shelling. …read more Source:...

    Cluster bombs kill more than 400 people, over a third of them children
    Sep01

    Cluster bombs kill more than 400 people, over a third of them children

    LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – More than 400 people were killed by cluster bombs in 2015, most of them dying in Syria, Yemen and Ukraine, which have not signed up to a treaty banning the weapon, an international anti-cluster bomb coalition said on Thursday. …read more Source:...

    Belarus new military doctrine: what’s the message?
    Sep01

    Belarus new military doctrine: what’s the message?

    Оn 20 July 2016 Belarusian president Alexander Lukashenka approved the final version of the new Military Doctrine of Belarus. The previous version had been adopted in 2002 and has obviously outlived its usefulness in light of the dramatic changes in the global and regional security architecture. The Russia-Ukraine hybrid conflict and a new “Cold...

    Burger King’s menu tribute to scrotum-nailing artist
    Aug31

    Burger King’s menu tribute to scrotum-nailing artist

    A fast-food chain is launching a range of burgers in honor of Russian performance artist Petr Pavlensky, best known for nailing his scrotum to the cobbles of Red Square. To celebrate six years of its branch in St. Petersburg, Pavlensky’s home city, Burger King is releasing a series of limited edition burgers, each “in tribute” to the...

    This week’s magazine | Syria’s world war
    Aug31

    This week’s magazine | Syria’s world war

    A first look at this week’s issue. Syria’s world war 2 – 8 September Cover story: Syria’s world war. John Jenkins on how the West allowed Russia and Iran to take control. John Simpson: Putin’s bold gambit in Syria has fooled us all into thinking that Russia is a superpower again. Politics: George Eaton on why Theresa...

    Ukraine ends visa-free deal with North Korea to keep out ‘ineligible persons’
    Aug31

    Ukraine ends visa-free deal with North Korea to keep out ‘ineligible persons’

    SEOUL (Reuters) – Ukraine has revoked a Soviet-era deal that allowed visa-free travel for North Koreans, the latest setback for isolated North Korea which has been under growing pressure since the UN Security Council imposed toughened new sanctions in March. …read more Source:...

    Two experts added to Ukraine assistance mission
    Aug31

    Two experts added to Ukraine assistance mission

    On 30 August, the Latvian Cabinet of Ministers adopted a decision to increase Latvia’s contribution to the European Union Advisory Mission for Civilian Security Sector Reform in Ukraine (EUAM Ukraine) by approving the secondment of two more civilian experts to the mission, the Foreign Ministry confirmed. …read more Source:...

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