: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Section: Europe

  • EU (3,102)
    “Libyan kidnappers who took Serbians were after Ukrainians”
    Nov13

    “Libyan kidnappers who took Serbians were after Ukrainians”

    Two employees of the Serbian embassy were kidnapped in Libya on Sunday “by mistake,” a Belgrade daily is quoting unofficial information.A paramilitary formation from the town of Sabratha that took Sladjana Stankovic and Jovica Stepic from a convoy of vehicles, in which the Serbian ambassador and his family were also traveling, has...

    International Black Sea Transport forum 2016 will be held in October in Odessa
    Nov13

    International Black Sea Transport forum 2016 will be held in October in Odessa

    International Black Sea Transport forum 2016 will be held on October 19-21, 2016 in Odessa at the territory of Odessa marine terminal. It includes the 19th international exhibition on transport and logistics “TransUkraine 2016”, specialized exhibition on railway transport “TransRail Ukraine 2016”, specialized exhibition “Commercial and Municipal...

    Soros receives Order of Freedom award
    Nov13

    Soros receives Order of Freedom award

    Hungarian-born business magnate and philanthropist George Soros has been awarded the Order of Freedom by Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, online news daily kyivpost.com reported late yesterday. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

    [Focus] Ukraine gives equal rights to gay workers, to please Brussels
    Nov13

    [Focus] Ukraine gives equal rights to gay workers, to please Brussels

    The adopted legislation was a requirement from Brussels if Ukraine wants visa-free travel. …read more Source:...

    Despots and democracy
    Nov13

    Despots and democracy

    A specter is haunting Europe, and the world — the specter of elected despotism. In Egypt, Turkey, Russia, Georgia, Iran, and even as far afield as Venezuela, a new order is challenging the Western model of liberal democracy. Turkey’s recent election shows this phenomenon is replicable and contagious, not absolutist in the form of fascism or...

    Ukraine moves closer to visa-free EU travel as gay rights bill passes
    Nov13

    Ukraine moves closer to visa-free EU travel as gay rights bill passes

    Parliament adopts legislation banning discrimination against gay people in the workplace – a key condition for the European Union to ease travel restrictionsUkrainian lawmakers have approved a bill that bans discrimination against gay people at work – key legislation intended to help pave the way for visa-free travel between the country and the...

    Report: Violence erupts in eastern Ukraine
    Nov12

    Report: Violence erupts in eastern Ukraine

    Dalje English Russian state media reported Thursday that the Ukrainian military had unleashed “massive mortar fire” upon rebel positions in the eastern Donetsk region. The Ukrainian military launched the attack the previous evening on the village of Spartak, near the Donetsk airport, and began shelling the airport in the morning, the TASS news...

    Journalists can save Ukraine
    Nov12

    Journalists can save Ukraine

    KIEV — Wide ranging and massive corruption, censorship, lies, and an atmosphere of impunity — this is what Ukrainian politics looked like two years ago. And it almost buried the country in the mass grave that was the Eurasian Union under the ruby star of the Kremlin. There is a group of members of the corrupt Party of Regions in Ukraine that I...

    Ukraine passes law outlawing discrimination against gay workers
    Nov12

    Ukraine passes law outlawing discrimination against gay workers

    After several failed attempts, Ukraine’s parliament on Thursday backed a bill that bans discrimination against gay workers – a pre-condition for the… …read more Source:...

    Poland ready to step up investment cooperation with Belarus
    Nov12

    Poland ready to step up investment cooperation with Belarus

    The official noted that as far as international economic cooperation is concerned, Poland’s main partners are countries of the European Union. But the Agency also has experience of spending Polish investments in Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, and Kazakhstan. …read more Source:...

    Page 695 of 2179

    Pin It on Pinterest