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    Ukraine Samopomich party quits coalition leaving ruling alliance without majority
    Feb18

    Ukraine Samopomich party quits coalition leaving ruling alliance without majority

    Ukraine’s junior coalition partner, the Samopomich party, has left the ruling alliance headed by Arseny Yatsenyuk. The prime minister has said he is in talks with other political groups on joining the coalition. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Go home grant may be scrapped for Ukrainian asylum seekers
    Feb18

    Go home grant may be scrapped for Ukrainian asylum seekers

    A large group of Ukrainian asylum seekers are making use of a special payment to help them return to their… …read more Source:...

    Vilnius Book Fair 2016 to focus on Ukraine  – The Baltic Times
    Feb18

    Vilnius Book Fair 2016 to focus on Ukraine – The Baltic Times

    2016 Vilnius Book Fair to focus on UkraineIn addition to focussing on writers and readers, the 2016 Vilnius Book Fair…… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Secibd faction quits Ukraine’s governing coalition
    Feb18

    Secibd faction quits Ukraine’s governing coalition

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    Dutch strategy to influence Ukraine “yes” vote leaks out
    Feb18

    Dutch strategy to influence Ukraine “yes” vote leaks out

    The Dutch government recruited dozens of Dutch celebrities and opinion leaders to convince the public to vote “yes” in the so-called Ukraine referendum, according to a comprehensive communication strategy around the referendum The post Dutch strategy to influence Ukraine “yes” vote leaks out appeared first on NL Times. …read...

    Could David Cameron save the EU?
    Feb18

    Could David Cameron save the EU?

    British Prime Minister David Cameron (left) speaks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel (second right) at a European Union summit in Brussels on 17th December, 2015 ©Francois Walschaerts/AP/Press Association Images : Twelve things you need to know about Brexit Consider the following news report: “The leaders of the… European Union nations went...

    Ukraine in focus at Vilnius Book Fair 2016
    Feb18

    Ukraine in focus at Vilnius Book Fair 2016

    The Vilnius Book Fair will this year focus not only on writers and readers but also on book characters. And the largest stand will be devoted to Ukraine, informs LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Belarus’ border service warns Russian truckers of Ukraine transport ban
    Feb18

    Belarus’ border service warns Russian truckers of Ukraine transport ban

    “Ukrainian border authorities informed us that trucks with Russian license plates are banned from entering the country from 00.00 on 18 February 2016 in line with a decision of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine,” the statement on the website reads. …read more Source:...

    Russia sues Ukraine to court over EUR 2.7 billion debt
    Feb18

    Russia sues Ukraine to court over EUR 2.7 billion debt

    Russia has sued Ukraine to a court in the UK over a 2.7 billion euro debt, noting that the action was taken after unsuccessful attempts to agree on a debt restructuring, according to Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    POLITICO Caucus participants: February 2016
    Feb18

    POLITICO Caucus participants: February 2016

    Find the article on POLITICO’s Caucus poll here. Joaquín Almunia, Former Vice President and European Commpetrssioner for Competition, European Commission, Brussels; Former Leader of the Opposition and Minister of Employment, Madrid Petras Austrevicius, Lithuanian MEP, Chairman of delegation for relations with Afghanistan, Vice Chair of...

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