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    Putin: Sanctions are ‘theatre of the absurd’
    Jan11

    Putin: Sanctions are ‘theatre of the absurd’

    In an interview with Germany’s Bild, the Russian president said EU economic measures against Russia “are merely harming both sides” and blames Ukraine for the continuing war. …read more Source:...

    EU sanctions are ‘theater of the absurd’ — Putin
    Jan11

    EU sanctions are ‘theater of the absurd’ — Putin

    The EU’s sanctions on Russia in the wake of the Ukraine crisis are “absurd,” President Vladimir Putin said in a German newspaper interview, in which he blamed the eastward expansion of NATO for replacing the Berlin Wall with “invisible walls” between Russia and Europe. “What the European Union is doing with those sanctions is nothing but a...

    Dutch PM says will push for ‘yes’ in Ukraine vote
    Jan10

    Dutch PM says will push for ‘yes’ in Ukraine vote

    AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said he would argue for a “yes” vote in an upcoming referendum on a treaty on closer ties between the European Union and Ukraine which threatens to overshadow his presidency of the 28-member bloc. …read more Source:...

    Tsvetana Pironkova with successful start in Sydney
    Jan10

    Tsvetana Pironkova with successful start in Sydney

    Bulgaria’s top tennis player Tsvetana Pironkova was victorious in the first round of the tennis tournament in Sydney. Pironkova who joined the tournament on a “wild card” defeated Ukrainian Lesia Tsurenko with 7: 6 (2), 6: 2. The match lasted nearly two hours. It was the third success for Pironkova out of four meetings between...

    Tennis: Pironkova Defeats Tsurenko in Apia International Sydney 1st Round
    Jan10

    Tennis: Pironkova Defeats Tsurenko in Apia International Sydney 1st Round

    Bulgaria’s top female tennis player Tsvetana Pironkova has prevailed against Ukraine’s Lesia Tsurenko in the first round of the Apia International Sydney tournament on Sunday. Pironkova defeated Tsurenko 7-6; 6-2 to move to the second round of the tournament held in Sydney, Australia. In the second round, Pironkova will be joined by...

    Beech forests in Central Balkan range are the Bulgarian contribution to UNESCO project
    Jan10

    Beech forests in Central Balkan range are the Bulgarian contribution to UNESCO project

    Ancient beech forests in the reserves of the Central Balkan National Park can get worldwide recognition after Bulgaria was invited to join the initiative of UNESCO called “beech forests – a common heritage of Europe”. It covers beech massifs in the Carpathians, in Slovakia and Ukraine, and old beech forests in Germany. The...

    Come to Know Bulgaria and its 100 National Tourist Sites
    Jan10

    Come to Know Bulgaria and its 100 National Tourist Sites

    Over 6 million tourists have joined till now the Come to Know Bulgaria – 100 National Tourist Sites National Movement which will mark its 50th jubilee in 2016. It is organized by the Bulgarian Tourist Union with no analogue across the globe. The idea is the whole state to be toured around in an organized manner and with the purpose of visiting...

    Secrets of ancient church of St. Nikolay Mirlikiiski
    Jan10

    Secrets of ancient church of St. Nikolay Mirlikiiski

    We reach the small church of St. Nikolay Mirlikiiski near the Rila Hotel downtown Sofia looking for priest Nikolay Neshkov. The priest used to serve in the other church of St. Nikolay Mirlikiiski downtown Sofia, known as the Russian church. The Orthodox priests, great choir and atmosphere had turned the Russian church into an attractive place for...

    [Ticker] Juncker: Dutch ‘No’ on Ukraine would lead to ‘continental crisis’
    Jan09

    [Ticker] Juncker: Dutch ‘No’ on Ukraine would lead to ‘continental crisis’

    EU commission president Jean-Claude Juncker told NRC Handelsblad daily that if Dutch voters turn down an EU-Ukraine treaty in a non-binding referendum in April, this would “open the door to a large continental crisis” and may benefit Russia. He called on Dutch voters to “vote like a European strategist”. …read more...

    Dutch voters overwhelmingly reject agreement with Ukraine: poll
    Jan09

    Dutch voters overwhelmingly reject agreement with Ukraine: poll

    A majority of Dutch voters is opposed to the Netherlands’ ratification of the European Union’s association agreement with Ukraine, a new poll ahead of an April 6 referendum on the issue showed Saturday. The poll, conducted by the Dutch public broadcaster’s program EenVandaag, is the first barometer on the April 6 vote. It found...

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