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    Russian tourists return to Bulgaria
    Sep09

    Russian tourists return to Bulgaria

    In preliminary estimates the number of Russian tourist in Bulgaria this year is set to reach 550 – 600,000 compared to 484,000 in 2015 и 681,000 in 2013. This has become known after a meeting in the Black Sea resort of Albena of business delegations from the Chamber of Industry and Commerce of the Russian Federation with Bulgarian companies....

    Post-Coup Turkey and Its Implications for South Caucasus
    Sep09

    Post-Coup Turkey and Its Implications for South Caucasus

    After several years of European attempt to locate the three South Caucasian countries, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia, within a common framework, policies of these neighbouring states have become more distant to each other. Currently, the strategic region on the crossroads of Europe, Asia and the Middle East, finds itself in a situation where...

    Work ‘urgently needed’ to resolve Ukraine crisis – German FM
    Sep08

    Work ‘urgently needed’ to resolve Ukraine crisis – German FM

    The German foreign minister has voiced his dissatisfaction over the slow pace of progress in resolving the conflict in the war-torn east of Ukraine, saying that progress was urgently… …read more Source:...

    “West can honor will of people in Kosovo, but not in Crimea”
    Sep08

    “West can honor will of people in Kosovo, but not in Crimea”

    Vladimir Putin has said that the West negates the right of the people to self-determination in Crimea, while referring to it in the case of Kosovo.The Russian president spoke for Bloomberg when he said that “nothing can be done against the will of the people,” but that “it seems that some of our partners fail to understand...

    Retired US general to advise Ukraine’s defence minister
    Sep08

    Retired US general to advise Ukraine’s defence minister

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    Much work needed to improve Ukraine ceasefire, German foreign minister says
    Sep08

    Much work needed to improve Ukraine ceasefire, German foreign minister says

    BERLIN (Reuters) – German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said on Thursday that there was still a lot of work to be done to get a ceasefire fully implemented in Ukraine, adding that progress was “urgently needed”. …read more Source:...

    When hope is stronger than hardship: bright ideas bring change to war-ravaged Ukraine
    Sep08

    When hope is stronger than hardship: bright ideas bring change to war-ravaged Ukraine

    A collection of stories of Ukrainians who have started inspiring social and business projects in the eastern Donbas region, in the hope that development will help bring peace to a land now in its thir …read more Source:...

    Brussels supports Bulgarian gas hub, Moscow refuses to deliver gas through Black Sea
    Sep08

    Brussels supports Bulgarian gas hub, Moscow refuses to deliver gas through Black Sea

    The gas routes will not go round Bulgaria, Premier Boyko Borissov said convincingly several days ago at the international investment round table about his favorite infrastructure project – the Balkan Gas Hub which is expected to be built on the Black Sea coast. The future of the project is not that clear, although it has been in the focus...

    Senior US official critical of Russia’s actions in Syria, Ukraine
    Sep08

    Senior US official critical of Russia’s actions in Syria, Ukraine

    Michael Carpenter, US deputy assistant secretary of defence, has criticised Russia’s role in Syria and Ukraine in an interview with the STA on the margins of the Bled Strategic Forum. …read more Source:...

    Zannier: Without political solution, OSCE to remain in Ukraine a long time
    Sep08

    Zannier: Without political solution, OSCE to remain in Ukraine a long time

    OSCE Secretary General Lamberto Zannier commented on developments in Eastern Ukraine in an interview with the STA in Bled earlier this week, warning that the conflict will take a very long time unless a broader political solution is found. OSCE monitors are being continuously hampered, mainly by the separatists. …read more Source:...

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