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    Litvin: Belarus demonstrates predictability, stability to its partners
    Jun22

    Litvin: Belarus demonstrates predictability, stability to its partners

    Predictable, stable and constructive Belarus can serve as moderator for such a dialogue, mutual understanding, reconciliation and compromise in the post-Soviet space, which the country is, by the way, successfully doing by hosting the negotiations on Ukraine, Vladimir Litvin said. …read more Source:...

    Putin: Russia will respond to NATO aggressive rhetoric
    Jun22

    Putin: Russia will respond to NATO aggressive rhetoric

    Russian President Vladimir Putin said Russia would respond to aggressive NATO rhetoric, during his address at the Duma. Putin warned that Russia will take adequate measures to counter NATO’s aggressive talk. He called for the creation of an international security system open to all countries. ‘Russia is ready to discuss this extremely...

    How will ‘Brexit’ affect EU countries: Politico
    Jun22

    How will ‘Brexit’ affect EU countries: Politico

    The whole world will be watching the outcome of Thursday’s British referendum on the country’s future in the EU. A ‘Brexit’ would almost certainly have serious consequences from financial markets and European policy decisions to political careers to the stability of the EU bloc. Website Politico.eu presents the possible impacts...

    EP Vice-President Czarnecki: Jagland’s omission of Ukraine ‘a scandal’
    Jun22

    EP Vice-President Czarnecki: Jagland’s omission of Ukraine ‘a scandal’

    Vice-President of the European Parliament Ryszard Czarnecki has said that the omission of rights violations in Russian-occupied Crimea in a new Council of Europe report is “a scandal.” …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    There’s more than Britain’s EU membership at stake tomorrow
    Jun22

    There’s more than Britain’s EU membership at stake tomorrow

    A Brexit vote could have dire consequences for world order, warns David Clark. While it was inevitable that the EU referendum debate would become dominated by the flagship issues of immigration and the economy, it is perhaps surprising that so little attention has been given the impact of tomorrow’s decision on our foreign policy. Surveys...

    EP Vice-President Czarnecki: Jagland’s omission of Ukraine outrageous
    Jun22

    EP Vice-President Czarnecki: Jagland’s omission of Ukraine outrageous

    Vice-President of the European Parliament Ryszard Czarnecki has said that the omission of Ukraine from a new Council of Europe human rights report is “a scandal”, referring to CE head Thorbjoern Jagland’s annual speech. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Goldman Sachs: Poland’s chances of reaching Euro 2016 1/4 finals grow to 28.5%
    Jun22

    Goldman Sachs: Poland’s chances of reaching Euro 2016 1/4 finals grow to 28.5%

    Analysts from investment bank Goldman Sachs have reviewed their forecast after Tuesday’s win against Ukraine and give Poland a 28.5 percent chance (up from 21.2 percent) of reaching the quarterfinals of the Euro 2016 campaign. The investment bank also said that the odds of Poland winning the championship have tripled since the beginning of...

    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:...

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