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    Toom on Russia’s annexation of Crimea: Policy of non-recognition an option
    Jul05

    Toom on Russia’s annexation of Crimea: Policy of non-recognition an option

    MEP Yana Toom (Center/ALDE) said to ERR’s Vikerraadio on Tuesday that in the case of the Crimean peninsula, a policy of non-recognition could be an option. She also thinks that the economic sanctions against Russia will be gone come summer 2017. …read more Source:...

    Belarusian military in Ukraine on inspection tour
    Jul05

    Belarusian military in Ukraine on inspection tour

    The inspection tour will take place in line with the agreement between the Government of Belarus and the Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers on additional confidence- and security-building measures. The inspection group of Belarus will also visit one of the military units of the Ukrainian Armed Forces. …read more Source:...

    Theresa May demands vote on renewing Trident within WEEKS claiming ‘we have waited long enough’

    She claimed “we have waited long enough” to get new nuclear weapons amid the rise of North Korea and Russia’s “illegal annexation of Crimea” …read more Source:...

    Günther Oettinger urges action against Spain and Portugal over deficits
    Jul04

    Günther Oettinger urges action against Spain and Portugal over deficits

    The European Commission must sanction Spain and Portugal for breaching deficit rules “if [it] wants to keep its credibility,” Günther Oettinger, the bloc’s digital economy commissioner, told the Bild newspaper. “Both countries have not respected their self-imposed budget obligations in 2015. I think that if the Commission wants to keep its...

    Ukraine receives radar systems from US
    Jul04

    Ukraine receives radar systems from US

    The US forces have handed over 14 radars to Ukraine as part of bilateral military and technical collaboration. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    New NATO-Russia Talks after Warsaw Summit
    Jul04

    New NATO-Russia Talks after Warsaw Summit

    NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has said the alliance will hold formal talks with Russia following a summit in Warsaw later this week.The NATO-Russia Council held a meeting in April after a break of nearly two years that followed the developments in Ukraine. He is quoted as saying the alliance “is working with Russia to hold another...

    Eastring Could Diversify Supplies – Slovakia’s Ambassador
    Jul04

    Eastring Could Diversify Supplies – Slovakia’s Ambassador

    The proposed Eastring pipeline linking Slovakia and Bulgaria could successfully solve the issue of diversification of supplies, Slovakian Ambassador to Bulgaria Marián Jakubócy has said. The pipeline would link Slovakia with the Balkans and existing gas pipelines in Ukraine, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania to the planned Balkan gas...

    The Crimea Complex: A Crisis of Identity Where East Meets West
    Jul04

    The Crimea Complex: A Crisis of Identity Where East Meets West

    It’s been two years since Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine. Since then, President Vladimir Putin has been cheered for liberating the peninsula and scorned for usurping it — depending on who you ask. But what do the Crimeans think? …read more Source: Der...

    Ukraine should ditch NATO ambition; post-Brexit chaos ‘inevitable’: Poland’s Kwaśniewski
    Jul04

    Ukraine should ditch NATO ambition; post-Brexit chaos ‘inevitable’: Poland’s Kwaśniewski

    Former Polish President Aleksander Kwaśniewski believes Ukraine should abandon its dreams of becoming a NATO member, and has voiced fears that Britain’s recent vote to leave the European fold has flung the bloc into the most difficult situation in EU history. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Ukraine should ditch NATO ambitions; post-Brexit chaos in EU ‘inevitable’: Kwaśniewski
    Jul04

    Ukraine should ditch NATO ambitions; post-Brexit chaos in EU ‘inevitable’: Kwaśniewski

    Former Polish President Aleksander Kwaśniewski believes Ukraine should abandon its dreams of becoming a NATO member, and has voiced fears that Britain’s recent vote to leave the European fold has flung the bloc into the most difficult situation in EU history. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

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