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    Call for measures to reverse negative trends in Belarus-Kazakhstan trade, economic relations
    May30

    Call for measures to reverse negative trends in Belarus-Kazakhstan trade, economic relations

    “Due to the situation on international markets, in neighboring Russia and Ukraine — our main partners — the situation is not so simple in Belarus and Kazakhstan. Our trustful and friendly discussions have always been beneficial,” said the Belarusian head of state. …read more Source:...

    Saakashvili slams Balcerowicz
    May30

    Saakashvili slams Balcerowicz

    Former President of Georgia and current Governor of Ukraine’s Odessa region Mikheil Saakashvili called Poland’s former deputy Prime Minster and current member of Ukraine’s government “a politician pulled out of mothballs” and a “bleacher of corrupt regimes.” Saakashvili said that Balcerowicz comes to Ukraine once a month to “get...

    Former CBA head to advise government of Moldova
    May30

    Former CBA head to advise government of Moldova

    The former head of Poland’s anticorruption body Paweł Wojtunik has told Onet.pl webportal that he will become an EU high level adviser to the Prime Minister of Moldova. He will help in combating corruption as one of Europe’s poorest countries is making efforts to join the EU. “I wasn’t recommended by anyone. Several colleagues...

    Ukraine lifts sanctions from 29 foreign journalists, also from Latvia and Estonia
    May30

    Ukraine lifts sanctions from 29 foreign journalists, also from Latvia and Estonia

    The sanctions that were introduced in September 2015 against a number of Russian and other foreign journalists, including from Latvia and Estonia, were revoked by a Ukrainian National Security and Defense Council resolution on May 20, informs INTERFAX/LETA. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Five Ukrainian troops killed by rebels
    May30

    Five Ukrainian troops killed by rebels

    The Ukrainian military loses five soldiers in fighting with rebels near Donetsk – the second-highest death toll in one day this year. …read more Source:...

    Signs of life but little hope in Ukraine’s rebel east
    May30

    Signs of life but little hope in Ukraine’s rebel east

    Less fighting but rising poverty and uncertainty in Russian-backed region of Donetsk …read more Source: The Irish...

    Second gold for Bulgarian group rhythmic gymnastics team in World Cup race
    May30

    Second gold for Bulgarian group rhythmic gymnastics team in World Cup race

    The Bulgarian group team of rhythmic gymnastics has won a second title today at the World Cup tournament in Sofia. After the gold in five ribbons, the Bulgarians were ranked first in the routine with two hoops and three pairs of clubs. The team lined up with Mihaela Maevska, Reneta Kamberova, Tsvetelina Stoyanova, Tsvetelina Naydenova and...

    Soccer: Romania loses 3-4 to Ukraine, coach Iordanescu disappointed
    May30

    Soccer: Romania loses 3-4 to Ukraine, coach Iordanescu disappointed

    Romania lost 3-4 (1-1) to Ukraine a friendly match on Sunday night, in preparation for the UEFA Euro 2016 soccer championship. …read more Source:...

    Tragic fire at care home in Ukraine
    May30

    Tragic fire at care home in Ukraine

    A tragic fire has occurred in the village of Litochky, Ukraine, at an old people’s home taking the lives of 17 people. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Jean-Claude Juncker’s planned Russia trip raises red flags
    May30

    Jean-Claude Juncker’s planned Russia trip raises red flags

    European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker faces growing resistance from the U.S., some European countries — and even among his own staff — to a trip to Russia next month. Their fear, according to diplomatic sources, is that Juncker’s visit would strengthen Russian President Vladimir Putin’s position right before a crucial...

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