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    Bulgaria’s Trade with Third Countries Dropped in Jan-May
    Jul11

    Bulgaria’s Trade with Third Countries Dropped in Jan-May

    According to preliminary figures of the National Statistical Institute (NSI) released on Monday, Bulgaria’s trade with third countries decreased in the first five months of this year. Between January and May 2016, Bulgarian exports to third countries exceeded BGN 5.7 B, recording a decrease of 15.4 % compared to the same period last year....

    Canadian PM says Russia not been ‘positive partner’ on Minsk ceasefire
    Jul11

    Canadian PM says Russia not been ‘positive partner’ on Minsk ceasefire

    KIEV (Reuters) – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Monday that Russia has not been a “positive partner” as regards its obligations in the Minsk ceasefire agreement to end a Russian-backed separatist conflict in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    President Duda to visit Kiev for Ukraine independence anniversary
    Jul11

    President Duda to visit Kiev for Ukraine independence anniversary

    On Saturday, Polish President Andrzej Duda met with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to discuss military, economic and political cooperation. After that, Presidential Minister Krzysztof Szczerski confirmed that Duda will celebrate the 25th anniversary of Ukraine’s independence in Kiev on August 24. “President Duda has decided to visit...

    Ukrainian odyssey
    Jul11

    Ukrainian odyssey

    As Canada’s PM Justin Trudeau visits Ukraine, the BBC’s Tom Burridge in Kiev explains the country’s very personal relationship with Canada. …read more Source:...

    French finance minister calls for Portugal to be spared EU sanctions
    Jul11

    French finance minister calls for Portugal to be spared EU sanctions

    Portugal does not deserve to be punished for missing EU budget targets, French Finance Minister Michel Sapin said Monday. The European Commission last week began formal disciplinary procedures against Portugal and Spain for having excessive deficits in 2014 and 2015, with EU finance ministers to make a decision Tuesday on what action to take. But...

    What’s next for Bulgaria after NATO’s decisions in Warsaw
    Jul11

    What’s next for Bulgaria after NATO’s decisions in Warsaw

    The NATO Warsaw Summit ended up with no surprises. The agenda of the alliance remains focused on migration, terrorism, the threats and risks, coming from the East, including the militarization of the Crimea, as well as the violated military balance in the Black Sea region. NATO will continue with its deterrence policy, regarding Russia, but...

    Alexandriya festival named Belarus’ contribution to strengthening of friendship between nations
    Jul11

    Alexandriya festival named Belarus’ contribution to strengthening of friendship between nations

    According to Alexander Lukashenko, in a wonderful part of Mogilev Oblast the mighty Dnieper River has united craftsmen and folklife culture fans from Belarus, Russia and Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Kaljurand: NATO-EU cooperation must become more practical
    Jul11

    Kaljurand: NATO-EU cooperation must become more practical

    According to Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs Marina Kaljurand, both the ongoing migration crisis and Russian aggression in Ukraine indicate that the EU and NATO must not only intensify cooperation but also shift it to a more practical level. …read more Source:...

    Progress on the Western front – Belarus Foreign Policy Digest
    Jul11

    Progress on the Western front – Belarus Foreign Policy Digest

    Edgars Rinkēvičs welcomes Vladimir Makei in Riga Working-level contacts between Belarus and the European Union are thriving. However, this has been the case for a few years now. Brussels apparently expects much more from Minsk in order to proceed to …read more Source: Belarus...

    English are the exception — Europeans dig the EU
    Jul11

    English are the exception — Europeans dig the EU

    In the wake of the Leave campaign’s shocking win in the U.K.’s In/Out referendum, commentators have painstakingly defended Britain’s rampant Euroskepticism as part of a larger trend. They point to the wave of discontent sweeping through the Union, from Sweden and Denmark in the north, to France, the Netherlands and Austria in...

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