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    Kosovo should expect “delays” in visa liberalization deal
    Jun02

    Kosovo should expect “delays” in visa liberalization deal

    EU member-state have “held off agreeing to ease travel rules for Georgia on Wednesday,” Reuters reported. The agency added, quoting EU delegation sources, that “Turkey, Ukraine and Kosovo should also expect more delays in visa waiving.” …read more Source:...

    Russia’s top enemies: US, Ukraine, Turkey and Poland
    Jun02

    Russia’s top enemies: US, Ukraine, Turkey and Poland

    Russians believe their main enemies in the world are the U.S., Ukraine and Turkey, and 62 percent have a poor opinion of the EU, according to a Levada Center poll that measures sentiments towards other countries. Belarus, Kazakhstan, China, India and Armenia are Russia’s five best friends in the world, according to the poll. The majority of...

    Belarus MFA: Strenuous and patient efforts by Ukraine trilateral group in Minsk
    Jun02

    Belarus MFA: Strenuous and patient efforts by Ukraine trilateral group in Minsk

    The negotiators are working. As a country that provides a platform for the negotiations, we see that these are strenuous and patients efforts, Dmitry Mironchik said. …read more Source:...

    Belarus 5th water richest country in Europe
    Jun02

    Belarus 5th water richest country in Europe

    Water availability per capita in Belarus is 6,100 cubic meters per capita per year and is close to the European average but much higher than in neighboring countries: Poland with 1,700 cubic meters per capita per year and Ukraine with4,100 cubic meters per capita, the minister said. …read more Source:...

    A 5-star Pullman Hotel to be opened in Riga in mid-June
    Jun02

    A 5-star Pullman Hotel to be opened in Riga in mid-June

    In the middle of June 2016, a five-star Pullman Hotel will be opened in the Riga center, Valdis Vanadzins, a representative of Ukrainian investor Wisher Enterprise, told LETA. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Adam Hinton’s best photograph: an artist painting amid the Kiev uprising
    Jun02

    Adam Hinton’s best photograph: an artist painting amid the Kiev uprising

    ‘The protesters would go over to him and chat – as if he was just painting a river’I studied Soviet politics at college, and the first thing I did when I finished was go to Ukraine. The Soviet Union had just collapsed and I wanted to document what was happening to the proletariat – especially the miners – in the Donbass region, now...

    Bulgaria’s BEH, Greece’s Gastrade Set up Team to Build Alexandroupolis LNG Terminal
    Jun01

    Bulgaria’s BEH, Greece’s Gastrade Set up Team to Build Alexandroupolis LNG Terminal

    State-owned Bulgarian Energy Holding (BEH) Group and Greek gas company Gastrade have established a working group that will draft a proposal for the construction of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in northern Greece, Gastrade has said. In the context of Bulgaria’s “strategic decision” to participate in the project for buildinga...

    EU must hold firm on Russia sanctions: senior Ukraine official
    Jun01

    EU must hold firm on Russia sanctions: senior Ukraine official

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union must prolong its sanctions on Russia this month because the crisis in Ukraine is far from being resolved despite a Franco-German push to implement a peace deal, Ukraine’s new Europe minister said on Wednesday. …read more Source:...

    EU puts brake on visa liberalisation for now amid immigration fears
    Jun01

    EU puts brake on visa liberalisation for now amid immigration fears

    European Union states held off agreeing to ease travel rules for Georgia on Wednesday, and Turkey, Ukraine and Kosovo should also expect more delays in visa waiving as the bloc turns more cautious amid immigration fears, Reuters cites EU delegation sources. …read more Source: Macedonian Information...

    MEPs say Juncker’s Russia trip will ‘strengthen’ Putin
    Jun01

    MEPs say Juncker’s Russia trip will ‘strengthen’ Putin

    A group of MEPs from the center-right European People’s Party said Wednesday that Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker should reconsider a trip to Russia planned for this month, claiming it will “strengthen” Vladimir Putin. In an email obtained by POLITICO, six lawmakers, representing several countries, wrote to the leader of the EPP...

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