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    Latvia’s ministry: Crimea’s annexation is illegal
    Mar16

    Latvia’s ministry: Crimea’s annexation is illegal

    18 March 2018 will mark four years since the Russian Federation violated Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity by annexing the Crimean Peninsula and causing military aggression in the country’s eastern region. With its actions the Russian Federation has violated international law and basic principles of international...

    Bulgaria Launches Natural Gas Hub Project with EU Support
    Mar16

    Bulgaria Launches Natural Gas Hub Project with EU Support

    Bulgaria is creating a natural gas hub at its Black Sea coast. The Bulgarian energy ministry says the state-owned company Bulgartransgaz signed a 1.2 million-euro ($1.5 million) contract Thursday with a Bulgarian-Swiss consortium for a feasibility study. The European Union has pledged to provide 920,000 euros ($1.13 million) for the project....

    “Crimea is Ukraine” says US; Russians bring up Kosovo
    Mar16

    “Crimea is Ukraine” says US; Russians bring up Kosovo

    Russian Senator Alexei Pushkov has suggested to the US State Department to tell how they were “ripping Kosovo apart from Serbia,” using bombs.Pushkov did this on Twitter, commenting on Washington’s condemnation of President Putin’s visit to Crimea. …read more Source:...

    Man Utd transfer news: Hector Bellerin, Fred, Jorginho
    Mar16

    Man Utd transfer news: Hector Bellerin, Fred, Jorginho

    Description Spanish full-back Hector Bellerin played in Arsenal’s Europa League victory against AC Milan Credits Ben Stansall/AFP/Getty Images Alt Text Hector Bellerin Arsenal Man Utd transfer news Barcelona Juventus United, Barcelona and Juventus are all interested in Arsenal’s Spanish defender …read more Source: The...

    4 years since annexation of Crimea: Georgia supports Ukraine’s territorial integrity
    Mar16

    4 years since annexation of Crimea: Georgia supports Ukraine’s territorial integrity

    Georgia supports the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine within its internationally recognized borders and condemns the so called referendum conducted in Crimea four years ago Georgian Foreign Ministry said in a statement released today on the fourth anniversary of the annexation of the Crimea …read more Source:...

    Georgian MFA: Crimea Annexation ‘Disregards’ International Law
    Mar16

    Georgian MFA: Crimea Annexation ‘Disregards’ International Law

    The Foreign Ministry issued a statement regarding the four-year anniversary of Crimea annexation. …read more Source:...

    Minister Karakachanov confirms: MIG-29 jets will be repaired by Russian producer
    Mar16

    Minister Karakachanov confirms: MIG-29 jets will be repaired by Russian producer

    Bulgarian Minister of Defense Krassimir Karakachanov has confirmed there was a framework agreement for the repairs of the MiG-29 jet fighters of the Bulgarian Armed Forces. The agreement will soon be signed directly with the Russian Aircraft Corporation MiG.Procedures for appealing the agreement by a Ukrainian company have been closed. Business...

    Mikser: Crimea is part of Ukraine
    Mar16

    Mikser: Crimea is part of Ukraine

    Four years after a referendum was staged in Crimea as the basis for its illegal annexation by Russia, Minister of Foreign Affairs Sven Mikser (SDE) released a statement condemning the annexation and expressing continued support for Ukraine and its territorial integrity. …read more Source:...

    May’s toothless tough talk on Russia
    Mar16

    May’s toothless tough talk on Russia

    RIGA — Never mind the talk of a new Cold War between Moscow and the West. A year from now, when the poisoning on British soil of a former Russian spy is yesterday’s news, it’s likely to be business as usual between Russia and the U.K. Look at the last time a similar attack was carried out: in 2006, when fugitive Russian intelligence...

    Getting out the vote, Putin style
    Mar16

    Getting out the vote, Putin style

    MOSCOW — When Russians go to the polls on Sunday, not only will they elect a new president — no prizes for guessing who that might be — they may also win sparkling new smartphones. From Kaliningrad, Russia’s Baltic exclave, to Vladivostok, on the coast of the Pacific Ocean, authorities are organizing a series of “Photo at the Ballot Box”...

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