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    First five-star Pullman hotel in Baltics opened in Riga
    Jun16

    First five-star Pullman hotel in Baltics opened in Riga

    Today, the grand-open of the five-star Pullman Old Town Riga hotel was opened in downtown Riga center, Dita Mirbaha, a representative of Ukrainian investor Wisher Enterprises, told LETA. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Guests from 55 countries invited to All-Belarusian People’s Congress
    Jun16

    Guests from 55 countries invited to All-Belarusian People’s Congress

    The guests of honor at the forum will be second president of Ukraine Leonid Kuchma, State Secretary of the Union State Grigory Rapota, head of the Communist Parry faction in Russia’s State Duma Gennady Zyuganov. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] Juncker takes swipe at Russia-Germany gas pipeline
    Jun16

    [Ticker] Juncker takes swipe at Russia-Germany gas pipeline

    European Commission head Juncker at a business forum in Russia said he had “a strong preference for pipelines that unite than pipelines that divide”, alluding to the Nord Stream II Russia-Germany pipeline which some EU countries oppose. He said the EU was ready to discuss better Russia relations, but that Russia must respect the Minsk...

    Turkey Denies Suspending Readmission Agreement with Bulgaria
    Jun16

    Turkey Denies Suspending Readmission Agreement with Bulgaria

    Turkey has unilaterally suspended the migrant readmission agreement with Bulgaria, media sources say. Ankara has already informed Bulgaria’s ministries of interior and foreign affairs about the move which was personally ordered by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, according to daily 24 Chasa. The Turkish Embassy has meanwhile said Ankara has...

    Belarus MFA: Meeting of Normandy Four representatives in Minsk continues
    Jun16

    Belarus MFA: Meeting of Normandy Four representatives in Minsk continues

    “The meeting is in progress. Minsk has repeatedly hosted the talks on the ways to settle the conflict in Ukraine in various formats,” said spokesman for the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. …read more Source:...

    Turkey ‘Suspends Readmission Agreement with Bulgaria’
    Jun16

    Turkey ‘Suspends Readmission Agreement with Bulgaria’

    Turkey has unilaterally suspended the migrant readmission agreement with Bulgaria, media sources say. Ankara has already informed Bulgaria’s ministries of interior and foreign affairs about the move which was personally ordered by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, according to daily 24 Chasa. Several national news outlets quote government...

    Ten things Cameron should do if we vote “Remain”
    Jun16

    Ten things Cameron should do if we vote “Remain”

    Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech to EasyJet employees at the company’s Airport hangar in Luton, 24th May 2016 ©Jack Taylor/AP/Press Association Images : What would Brexit do to the pound? If the UK votes on 23rd June to stay in the EU, Britain and its partners will face a choice: to carry on with their previous dysfunctional...

    Norway and USA to Clear Mine Fileds in Iraq, Syria and Ukraine
    Jun16

    Norway and USA to Clear Mine Fileds in Iraq, Syria and Ukraine

    Norway and the United States are joining forces to cleare landmines in three countries. …read more Source: The Nordic...

    Jens Stoltenberg: NATO troop deployment right response to aggressive Russia
    Jun16

    Jens Stoltenberg: NATO troop deployment right response to aggressive Russia

    Russia is trying to expand its sphere of influence by military means, and NATO’s deployment of up to 4,000 multinational troops in the Baltic states and Poland “is an appropriate response” to the country’s “aggressive actions,” NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg told German tabloid Bild in an interview published Thursday. “We...

    German foreign minister: Brexit ‘would shake the union’
    Jun16

    German foreign minister: Brexit ‘would shake the union’

    The U.K. voting Leave in the EU referendum June 23 would “shake the union,” German Foreign Affairs Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier warned Wednesday, the BBC reports. “It would not just carry on as 28 [countries] minus one,” Steinmeier said at a joint press conference in Brandenburg with French Foreign Affairs Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault. “It...

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