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    Russians to stop shipping gas to Serbia via Ukraine in 2019
    Mar11

    Russians to stop shipping gas to Serbia via Ukraine in 2019

    Serbia will definitely be left without Russian gas shipped through Ukraine in 2019, “and will by then have to find a way to get gas.”Director of Serbia’s state-owned gas enterprise Srbijagas Dusan Bajatovic said this during Friday’s regional Conference “Energy efficiency and perspectives”, organized by Color...

    Protesters in Warsaw call on Russia to free Ukrainian pilot
    Mar11

    Protesters in Warsaw call on Russia to free Ukrainian pilot

    Over 100 protesters have demonstrated in front of the Russian embassy in Warsaw, demanding the release of Nadezhda Savchenko, a Ukrainian pilot held in Russia. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Bulgaria’s Imports from Third Countries Decreased in January
    Mar11

    Bulgaria’s Imports from Third Countries Decreased in January

    Exports of Bulgaria with third countries grew in January 2016 compared to the same month of 2015, while imports dropped in value, preliminary data of the National Statistical Institute shows. Exports increased by 6.3% amounting to BGN 1.164 B. Turkey, China, Egypt, Macedonia, Serbia, the United States, and Russia were the main export partners,...

    EU extends sanctions on individuals over Ukraine to September
    Mar11

    EU extends sanctions on individuals over Ukraine to September

    The European Union on March 10th extended by six months until September sanctions against Russian and Ukrainian individuals over the conflict in Ukraine, it said in a statement, cites LETA/AFP. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    [Interview] Yes activist: ‘EU-Ukraine deal is none of Putin’s business’
    Mar11

    [Interview] Yes activist: ‘EU-Ukraine deal is none of Putin’s business’

    The 6 April referendum on the Ukraine treaty is important for Dutch trade and for “Europe and the world” more broadly, Michiel van Hulten, a Yes campaigner, has said. …read more Source:...

    Muraveiko: No serious military threats from Ukraine for Belarus
    Mar11

    Muraveiko: No serious military threats from Ukraine for Belarus

    According to the deputy head of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Belarus, the cooperation of the neighboring country with NATO is neither critical nor provocative for Belarus. …read more Source:...

    Liepaja steelworks faces shutdown threat
    Mar11

    Liepaja steelworks faces shutdown threat

    The prospect of the Liepaja Metalurgs closing its doors and hundreds of workers being laid off loomed closer Thursday the plant’s Ukrainian owners threatening a shutdown unless the government helps bail it out of financial ruin. …read more Source:...

    This Week’s TV: Terror at the top
    Mar11

    This Week’s TV: Terror at the top

    The SummitSVT2, Mon 22:15 or SVT1, Wed 23:30Nick Ryan’s acclaimed 2012 documentary The Summit combines footage, interviews and recreations to retell the 2008 K2 disaster that claimed the lives of 11 mountaineers on the second-highest mountain on Earth. “The Summit does an amazing job of putting you on the mountain, making it one of the most...

    Russia’s ‘killer dolphins’ seek five new recruits for Crimea programme
    Mar10

    Russia’s ‘killer dolphins’ seek five new recruits for Crimea programme

    If you’re looking for a new challenge, the Russian navy is seeking new recruits for one of its most secretive special operations units …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine’s Yaresko says rumors fuelling political crisis
    Mar10

    Ukraine’s Yaresko says rumors fuelling political crisis

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian Finance Minister Natalia Yaresko on Thursday deflected questions about her chances of becoming prime minister if the government collapsed and said such speculation was fanning the flames of the country’s political crisis. …read more Source:...

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