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    Five Ukrainian soldiers killed as war in Donbas continues
    May31

    Five Ukrainian soldiers killed as war in Donbas continues

    Ukrainian armed forces report that five of their troops have fallen on May 30 in the war in the country’s east that has entered its third year. Separatist forces are also reporting on casualties. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Can the World survive a perpetually combative President Trump?
    May31

    Can the World survive a perpetually combative President Trump?

    Can a perpetually combative man who—despite his career successes (or perhaps because of them)—sees life as a series of fights to be won, scores to be evened and counterpunches to be delivered, be trusted to shape the foreign policy of the world’s most consequential power? Donald Trump, who on Thursday finally clinched the Republican...

    Ukraine lifts sanctions from 29 foreign journalists, including from Estonia, Latvia  – The Baltic Times
    May31

    Ukraine lifts sanctions from 29 foreign journalists, including from Estonia, Latvia – The Baltic Times

    Sanctions which were introduced in Sept. 2015 against a number of Russian and other foreign journalists, including from Latvia and Estonia, were…… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Estonian postal co says still not possible to send mail to Crimea, Sevastopol  – The Baltic Times
    May30

    Estonian postal co says still not possible to send mail to Crimea, Sevastopol – The Baltic Times

    Omniva, the Estonian state-owned postal company, said on Monday it continues to be impossible to send mail and parcels to Crimea and Sevastopol …… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Step-by-Step Rapprochement: Germany Considers Easing of Russia Sanctions
    May30

    Step-by-Step Rapprochement: Germany Considers Easing of Russia Sanctions

    Standing tough on Russia remains official policy, but Germany has begun working on the careful easing of sanctions imposed following Moscow’s aggression in Ukraine. The US is opposed, but many in the EU could support the new approach. By SPIEGEL Staff …read more Source: Der...

    Head of Bulgaria’s Road Agency: Daily Vignettes to Subsidize Transit Traffic
    May30

    Head of Bulgaria’s Road Agency: Daily Vignettes to Subsidize Transit Traffic

    Lazar Lazarov, Board Chairman of Bulgaria’s Road Infrastructure Agency (RIA), speaks to Novinite.bg about recently introduced and planned changes to payment tariffs for traffic on motorways and major roads in the country. Q: The proposal to ​​introduce one-day and three-month vignettes is now awaiting debate on first reading in Parliament....

    Call for measures to reverse negative trends in Belarus-Kazakhstan trade, economic relations
    May30

    Call for measures to reverse negative trends in Belarus-Kazakhstan trade, economic relations

    “Due to the situation on international markets, in neighboring Russia and Ukraine — our main partners — the situation is not so simple in Belarus and Kazakhstan. Our trustful and friendly discussions have always been beneficial,” said the Belarusian head of state. …read more Source:...

    Saakashvili slams Balcerowicz
    May30

    Saakashvili slams Balcerowicz

    Former President of Georgia and current Governor of Ukraine’s Odessa region Mikheil Saakashvili called Poland’s former deputy Prime Minster and current member of Ukraine’s government “a politician pulled out of mothballs” and a “bleacher of corrupt regimes.” Saakashvili said that Balcerowicz comes to Ukraine once a month to “get...

    Former CBA head to advise government of Moldova
    May30

    Former CBA head to advise government of Moldova

    The former head of Poland’s anticorruption body Paweł Wojtunik has told Onet.pl webportal that he will become an EU high level adviser to the Prime Minister of Moldova. He will help in combating corruption as one of Europe’s poorest countries is making efforts to join the EU. “I wasn’t recommended by anyone. Several colleagues...

    Ukraine lifts sanctions from 29 foreign journalists, also from Latvia and Estonia
    May30

    Ukraine lifts sanctions from 29 foreign journalists, also from Latvia and Estonia

    The sanctions that were introduced in September 2015 against a number of Russian and other foreign journalists, including from Latvia and Estonia, were revoked by a Ukrainian National Security and Defense Council resolution on May 20, informs INTERFAX/LETA. …read more Source: The Baltic...

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