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    Trip-wire deterrence
    Jun30

    Trip-wire deterrence

    Feeling lucky, Putin? A LOT of work goes into preparing for NATO’s biennial summits. So the hope is that next week’s summit in Warsaw is not dominated by Brexit. Nobody will be keener than David Cameron, Britain’s soon-to-be-ex-prime minister, to present a picture of business as usual for the 28-member alliance. And there is...

    Bulgaria Ready to Help Ukraine Build Closer Ties with EU, Borisov Tells Poroshenko
    Jun30

    Bulgaria Ready to Help Ukraine Build Closer Ties with EU, Borisov Tells Poroshenko

    Bulgaria will support visa-free travel in the EU for Ukrainian citizens because Ukraine has met the requirements set by the European Commission, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has said at a meeting with Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko in Sofia. Petro Poroshenko is paying an official visit to Bulgaria on Thursday. Borisov...

    Plevneliev to Poroshenko: “We do not recognize Crimea’s illegal occupation”
    Jun30

    Plevneliev to Poroshenko: “We do not recognize Crimea’s illegal occupation”

    We do not recognize and we shall never recognize the illegal occupation and annexation of Crimea, carried out by the Russian Federation. That was stated by President Rosen Plevneliev at a joint briefing with Ukraine’s Head of State Petro Poroshenko during his one-day visit to Sofia. “Bulgaria does support the sovereignty, independence and...

    Danish grain giant sold to the US
    Jun30

    Danish grain giant sold to the US

    The Danish grain and seed firm Cimbria has been sold by the British equity fund Silverfleet Capital to AGCO, the US-based global leader in the design, production and distribution of agricultural machinery. The deal, which is expected to be worth around 2.3 billion kroner, means that Cimbria will get its fourth owner in just ten years. “Thanks to...

    [Sponsored] Kremlin lies: EU’s response to disinformation
    Jun30

    [Sponsored] Kremlin lies: EU’s response to disinformation

    Russia’s disinformation campaigns have become a homeland security issue inside the EU. Pro-Kremlin disinformation campaigns are not only targeted at Ukraine or the Baltic states. …read more Source:...

    Russia extends its embargo on imports of agricultural products
    Jun30

    Russia extends its embargo on imports of agricultural products

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered the embargo on imports of agricultural products imposed against the European Union and other countries that have established sanctions against Russia for its aggression in Ukraine to be extended until the end of 2017. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Ukrainian missiles for Polish Air Force
    Jun30

    Ukrainian missiles for Polish Air Force

    A Ukrainian company is to provide air-to-air R-27R1 missiles for Polish MiG-29 fighters. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Nationalists Attack Ukrainian Anti-Night Wolves Demo in Bulgaria’s Burgas
    Jun30

    Nationalists Attack Ukrainian Anti-Night Wolves Demo in Bulgaria’s Burgas

    Several people have been detained in Burgas after attacking a group of Ukrainians protesting against the arrival of the Night Wolves, police say.The Night Wolves are group of Russian bikers known for their affiliation to President Vladimir Putin.Ten people dressed in the camouflage outfits of a nationalist organization attacked the Ukrainian...

    Brawl in Burgas as Night Wolves arrive
    Jun30

    Brawl in Burgas as Night Wolves arrive

    Ukrainians who protested against the visit of the rockers from the Russian nationalist motorcycle club Night Wolves have been attacked in the Bulgarian Black Sea city of Burgas. The police have arrested participants in the brawl. Ten individuals in military uniforms from the nationalist Vasil Levski military union attacked the Ukrainian nationals...

    “Protests meant to destabilize Balkans” – Russian official
    Jun30

    “Protests meant to destabilize Balkans” – Russian official

    The United Russia General Council deputy secretary has said that it is “well known who and how is initiating ‘non-violent protests’ in the former Yugoslavia.”Sergei Zheleznyak, who also serves as deputy chair of the State Duma, said that such protests have also happened in Ukraine and in many other countries, “and it...

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