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    Belovezhskaya Pushcha cross-border project to be continued
    Jul21

    Belovezhskaya Pushcha cross-border project to be continued

    The first phase of the project was implemented under the previous cross-border cooperation program “Poland-Belarus-Ukraine” with the participation of Grodno and Brest oblast emergencies departments and Poland. …read more Source:...

    Transgaz and Ukrtransgaz sign interconnection agreement for Transit 1 Isaccea-Negru Voda pipeline
    Jul21

    Transgaz and Ukrtransgaz sign interconnection agreement for Transit 1 Isaccea-Negru Voda pipeline

    In order to facilitate cross-border gas flows and provide free and non-discriminatory access to the natural gas transmission infrastructure, Romania’s National Gas Transmission Company Transgaz and the Natural Gas Transmission System Operator of Ukraine – Ukrtransgaz on Wednesday signed the Interconnection Agreement for the...

    Salad dressings help Spilva double H1 exports to Ukraine
    Jul21

    Salad dressings help Spilva double H1 exports to Ukraine

    Latvian food company Spilva which belongs to Norway’s Orkla doubled its exports to Ukraine in the first half of this year, exports to the United Kingdom increased 50% and exports to Ireland 17.3%, LETA was told at the company. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Donald Trump’s remarks on NATO sets off freakout
    Jul21

    Donald Trump’s remarks on NATO sets off freakout

    Donald Trump’s suggestion that the U.S. shouldn’t automatically come to the defense of its NATO allies if they are attacked is already alarming longstanding American allies, and is likely to please U.S. rival Russia. “Solidarity among allies is a key value for NATO,” the military alliance’s secretary general, Jens Stoltenberg,...

    The Latest: Crimean athlete in shock at Olympic ban
    Jul21

    The Latest: Crimean athlete in shock at Olympic ban

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    Report suggests torture widespread in war-torn Ukraine
    Jul21

    Report suggests torture widespread in war-torn Ukraine

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    Ukraine, Romania, Bulgaria to Test Bi-Directional Gas Flows by Year’s End
    Jul21

    Ukraine, Romania, Bulgaria to Test Bi-Directional Gas Flows by Year’s End

    Flows of natural gas flows between Ukraine, Romania and Bulgaria will be tested by the end of 2016 under interconnection agreements signed by the grid operators of the three countries, petrochemicals market information provider ICIS has reported, citing an inside source. “The deals will allow bi-directional virtual flows spanning the region from...

    Owner of KickAss Torrents arrested by Polish police
    Jul21

    Owner of KickAss Torrents arrested by Polish police

    Artem Vaulin, the alleged Ukrainian owner of file-sharing website KickAssTorrents (KAT), has been arrested by Polish police on US charges of criminal copyright infringement and conspiracy to commit money laundering, bnonews webportal informed. The US will seek to extradite Vaulin to the United States to stand trial, a press release informed....

    Belarusian Partisan with Love: In Memory of Pavel Sheremet
    Jul21

    Belarusian Partisan with Love: In Memory of Pavel Sheremet

    Photograph: Dmytro Larin/AFP/Getty Images On July 20, 2016 at 7:45 am a bomb went off in a car in Kiev. The explosion killed Pavel Sheremet, a prominent Belarusian journalist working in Ukraine. Pavel was 44 years old and leaves behind his partner Olena Prytula. Ms Prytula owns Ukrayinska Pravda, an influential online newspaper in Ukraine, one of...

    Teams from four countries to compete in Water Polo Federation Cup in Brest
    Jul21

    Teams from four countries to compete in Water Polo Federation Cup in Brest

    Belarus will host such a large-scale water polo competition for the first time. Men’s national teams of Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and the Czech Republic will compete for the main prize of the Water Polo Federation Cup. …read more Source:...

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