: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Section: Europe

  • EU (3,331)
    Estonia and Germany strengthen parliamentary cooperation
    May06

    Estonia and Germany strengthen parliamentary cooperation

    Deputy Speaker of the Estonian parliament Helir-Valdor Seeder and Speaker of the parliament of the German state of Bavaria Barbara Stamm talked about cooperation, interparliamentary ties, the situation in Europe and migration crisis, relations with Russia and Ukraine-related developments at a meeting here on ay 6th, reports LETA/BNS. …read...

    Russia Still Ready to Build Gas Pipeline to Southern Europe, Lavrov Says
    May06

    Russia Still Ready to Build Gas Pipeline to Southern Europe, Lavrov Says

    Moscow hasn’t given up on its plans to build a pipeline to carry Russian natural gas to southern Europe across the Black Sea, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has confirmed. “The southern direction is not yet written off,” Lavrov told sputniknews.com earlier this week. “Sometime in February, I think Gazprom signed a memorandum...

    Sanctions on Russia should be maintained: senior US official
    May06

    Sanctions on Russia should be maintained: senior US official

    Sanctions on Russia should be maintained over its annexation of Crimea, US Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken has said in Warsaw. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Belavia to increase passenger traffic by 15-20% in 2016
    May06

    Belavia to increase passenger traffic by 15-20% in 2016

    Charter operations are projected to decrease by somewhere 20%. But since we opened new flights and increased transit via Minsk National Airport, primarily from Russia and Ukraine and back, we are set to increase the volume of transportation. …read more Source:...

    Early signs from new Ukraine government encouraging says IMF
    May06

    Early signs from new Ukraine government encouraging says IMF

    LONDON (Reuters) – The early signs coming from Ukraine’s new government are “very encouraging” one of the International Monetary Fund’s top officials said on Friday. …read more Source:...

    Man in Russia sent to prison for reposting article on social network
    May06

    Man in Russia sent to prison for reposting article on social network

    Court in Tver, Russia, has on May 5 sentenced a local man for reposting an article entitled “Crimea is Ukraine» on social networking site Vkontakte to two years and three months in prison. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Deteriorating Protection of Journalists’ Sources a Global Problem
    May06

    Deteriorating Protection of Journalists’ Sources a Global Problem

    A journalist conducts an interview in Kenya. Credit: Isaiah Esipisu/IPSBy Linus AtarahHELSINKI, May 5 2016 (IPS)The freedom of the press is a universally cherished democratic right, but what may have been overlooked as the World Day Freedom of Information was celebrated on Wednesday is that the ability of journalists to protect their source is...

    Eurovision no contest: From laughing stock to top of the pops
    May05

    Eurovision no contest: From laughing stock to top of the pops

    Ahead of next week’s Eurovsion Song Contest in Stockholm, it’s worth remembering that it wasn’t long ago that the Nordics were the laughing stock of the continent. ‘Norway, nul point’ was the reoccurring joke – based on them finishing last in the contest a staggering 11 times, and on four occasions failing to score a...

    Interview: Neil Kinnock—Labour has made no progress under Corbyn
    May05

    Interview: Neil Kinnock—Labour has made no progress under Corbyn

    Former Labour leader Neil Kinnock ©Stefan Rousseau/PA Archive/Press Association Images Neil Kinnock, former Labour leader, has harsh words for what he calls Labour’s “ultra-left”—having fought a political battle against them in the 1980s. “Those who haven’t changed should just grow up and realise that the world isn’t what they...

    Belarus border committee: Demarcation of border with Ukraine proceeds as planned
    May05

    Belarus border committee: Demarcation of border with Ukraine proceeds as planned

    Commenting on reports in some media that residents of Volyn Region have made attempts to interfere with the demarcation, Alexander Tishchenko said: “Yes, there were some attempts. But the demarcation will proceed as planned” …read more Source:...

    Page 575 of 2291

    Pin It on Pinterest