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    Bulgaria seeks balanced format for military drills in Black Sea
    Jun22

    Bulgaria seeks balanced format for military drills in Black Sea

    Bulgaria will preserve the possibilities for negotiations and talks that would lead to a balanced format of military exercises in the Black Sea, said Bulgarian Foreign Minister Daniel Mitorv. “No one has any intention of attacking anybody and fight with anybody either”, he commented and added that NATO is doing the minimum for balancing the...

    Bulgaria Keeps Options Open in Talks on Black Sea Exercises – FM
    Jun22

    Bulgaria Keeps Options Open in Talks on Black Sea Exercises – FM

    Bulgarian Foreign Minister Daniel Mitov made clear on Wednesday the country leaves the door open for talks that could bring about a “balanced format of drills in the Black Sea”.Mitov told the Bulgarian National Television’s morning program that NATO must show its determination to defend member states as there is “a buildup...

    [Focus] EU-Russia sanctions helping China to boost exports
    Jun22

    [Focus] EU-Russia sanctions helping China to boost exports

    Europe is losing out to China on exports to Russia. EU sanctions are one likely reason, but they have had scant political impact because most of the world continues to do business as usual with Moscow. …read more Source:...

    Interview: Pavlo Klimkin says Russia at war with both Ukraine and EU
    Jun22

    Interview: Pavlo Klimkin says Russia at war with both Ukraine and EU

    What got Ukraine where it is today? Who is responsible for the mistakes of the past 25 years? What’s the oligarchs’ role in politics? ETV+ talked to Ukrainian foreign minister Pavlo Klimkin. Here is the full-length video interview in English. …read more Source:...

    Bulgaria Granted Citizenship to 62 049 Foreigners in Past Five Years
    Jun22

    Bulgaria Granted Citizenship to 62 049 Foreigners in Past Five Years

    Bulgaria has granted citizenship to 62 049 foreign citizens in the past five years. This becomes clear in a written response of Bulgarian Justice Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva to a MP. A total of 60 194 foreigners were issued with Bulgarian identity document on grounds of their Bulgarian origin, while the remaining 1855 became Bulgarian citizens...

    How Europe will break on Brexit
    Jun22

    How Europe will break on Brexit

    The whole world will be watching Friday morning for fallout from Britain’s referendum on EU membership. A U.K. vote to leave will almost certainly have serious consequences on everything from financial markets to European policy decisions to political careers to the stability of the bloc. Politicians and diplomats from across Europe told...

    Police use tear gas and water cannons on rioting Poland and Ukraine fans at Euro 2016
    Jun21

    Police use tear gas and water cannons on rioting Poland and Ukraine fans at Euro 2016

    RIOTING football fans from Poland and Ukraine were hit with a water cannon to break up fighting that started before their teams’ Euro 2016 match today. …read more Source:...

    EU extends sanctions against Russia
    Jun21

    EU extends sanctions against Russia

    The European Union has decided to renew sanctions against Russia for another six months in order to maintain pressure over the conflict in eastern Ukraine. The unanimous decision was reached by ambassadors from the 28 member states on Tuesday. It must be approved by EU ministers which may happen as early as next week. …read more Source:...

    Russia, Ukraine agree to cooperate in human rights ‘beyond politics and borders’
    Jun21

    Russia, Ukraine agree to cooperate in human rights ‘beyond politics and borders’

    First thing we decided on was the conceptual protection of human rights outside politics and borders. This will be the main format for our further negotiations, Tatyana Moskalkova said. …read more Source:...

    Council of Europe chief under fire over rights report
    Jun21

    Council of Europe chief under fire over rights report

    The Secretary General of the Council of Europe has come under fire for not mentioning – in an annual speech – human rights violations in Crimea, annexed by Russia in 2014, and in separatist-controlled Donbas. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

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