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    No increase in flow of goods to Belarus after Ukraine’s association with EU
    Jan26

    No increase in flow of goods to Belarus after Ukraine’s association with EU

    “The customs service operates in a regular mode. We instructed the staff that there may be an increase in the flow of some goods into the country. But no such increase has happened so far,” Yuri Senko said. …read more Source:...

    North Korea sanctions: will US-China relations last the week?
    Jan26

    North Korea sanctions: will US-China relations last the week?

    United States President Barack Obama (right) and and President XI Jinping of China during a toast at a State Dinner in the White House in Washington, DC on 25th September, 2015© Pool/ABACA/Press Association Images on China: will China’s currency crash the global economy? US Secretary of State John Kerry will meet with Chinese President Xi...

    Senko: Transit of Ukrainian goods via Belarus is smooth
    Jan26

    Senko: Transit of Ukrainian goods via Belarus is smooth

    We persuaded Russian colleagues that we can control the transit of Ukrainian goods with the use of information technology. Ukrainian goods go transit across Belarus painlessly. We organized contact points where such goods are forwarded, Yuri Senko noted. …read more Source:...

    Working political group on Ukraine resumes talks in Minsk
    Jan26

    Working political group on Ukraine resumes talks in Minsk

    The previous round of Minsk talks on Ukraine was held on 20 January. The group coordinated the date for completing demining activities and restoring important civilian facilities – before 21 March. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine deliberately drags feet on Minsk peace deal: Lavrov
    Jan26

    Ukraine deliberately drags feet on Minsk peace deal: Lavrov

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Ukraine is dragging its feet on implementation of the Minsk peace agreement because its wants to keep in place the Western sanctions imposed on Russia, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Tuesday. …read more Source:...

    Lavrov Warns of EU’s ‘Dangerous’ Behavior Toward Russia
    Jan26

    Lavrov Warns of EU’s ‘Dangerous’ Behavior Toward Russia

    EU member states are increasingly complaining of the EU’s policies of unilateral decision-making, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Tuesday.During his annual news conference on foreign policy, he asserted that while Russia had ever sought antagonism with the EU, there were differences in the positions of the EU Commission and...

    Bulgaria’s FM Calls for PACE Dialogue with Russia
    Jan26

    Bulgaria’s FM Calls for PACE Dialogue with Russia

    Bulgarian Foreign Minister Daniel Mitov on Monday said dialogue was needed with the Russian representatives to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE). After speaking before the assembly, Mitov told reporters the Council of Europe was “extremely concerned” with Russia’s decision not to attend the sessions....

    Poland to establish 46,000-strong national guard in the face of war in eastern Ukraine
    Jan25

    Poland to establish 46,000-strong national guard in the face of war in eastern Ukraine

    Fears of Russian expansionism have led to plans for the formation of a territorial defence force that would be an “integral” part of the army …read more Source: The...

    [Interview] Ukraine’s ex-PM hopes to get off EU list this week
    Jan25

    [Interview] Ukraine’s ex-PM hopes to get off EU list this week

    Mykola Azarov is hoping the EU court will, this week, strike him off the EU blacklist so that he can work, more easily, to unseat the government in Kiev. …read more Source:...

    Big question: after the Litvinenko inquiry, should we boycott the Russian World Cup?
    Jan25

    Big question: after the Litvinenko inquiry, should we boycott the Russian World Cup?

    Russian President Vladimir Putin (right) and suspended FIFA President Sepp Blatter pose on stage during the Preliminary Draw of the FIFA World Cup 2018 in St. Petersburg, Russia, 25th July 2015. ©MARCUS BRANDT/dpa Late last week the Litvinenko report was published. In it was the claim that Vladimir Putin “probably” approved the murder of former...

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