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    EU to provide €3m to advance cross-border cooperation between Belarus, Ukraine
    Feb01

    EU to provide €3m to advance cross-border cooperation between Belarus, Ukraine

    The overall amount made available by the EU under the Call for Proposals is €3.3 million. Applications will be open till 19 April 2016. Priority will be given to projects aimed to benefit a wide range of organizations and individuals. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko says sanctions against Russia must remain
    Feb01

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko says sanctions against Russia must remain

    BERLIN (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Monday urged the West to maintain sanctions against Russia over its backing of militants in the east of the country. …read more Source:...

    Dutch support grows for EU-Ukraine deal
    Feb01

    Dutch support grows for EU-Ukraine deal

    Dutch voters are opposed to the Netherlands’ ratification of the European Union’s association agreement with Ukraine, but the gap between Yes and No is getting smaller. According to a poll published in De Volkskrant Monday, 44 percent intend to vote in favor of the agreement, and 55 percent would vote No. In a poll in December 2015,...

    Poland advances in Index of Economic Freedom
    Feb01

    Poland advances in Index of Economic Freedom

    Poland took 39th spot out of 178 in this years Index of Economic Freedom complied by The Heritage Foundation and The Wall Street Journal. Poland scored 69.3 points, 5.2 points more than last year. Hong Kong, Singapore and new Zealand lead the ranking. “Openness to global commerce and trade, competitive taxation, and an efficient regulatory system...

    Deadline Day: a three-ring circus for optimists and cynics
    Feb01

    Deadline Day: a three-ring circus for optimists and cynics

    Credits Sky Sports Football’s obsession with money is distilled to perfection as the transfer window closes – and Sky Sports pulls out the stops once again Analysis Monday, February 1, 2016 – 11:53am Blame Robinho. It was the Brazilian’s shock arrival at Manchester …read more Source: The...

    Support grows for Ukraine referendum yes campaigners
    Feb01

    Support grows for Ukraine referendum yes campaigners

    The number of people intending to vote ‘yes’ in April’s referendum on the EU treaty with Ukraine has risen from 38%… …read more Source:...

    Why we’re not safe from Grexit yet
    Feb01

    Why we’re not safe from Grexit yet

    ATHENS — A team of analysts from one of the main credit rating agencies smiled condescendingly across a boardroom table one recent afternoon, when asked about the likelihood of a Greek exit from the euro. It was clear they dismissed the idea. There is virtually no chance of Greece leaving the eurozone, they assured me. This is not the first time...

    Dutch PM takes back seat on Ukraine referendum
    Jan31

    Dutch PM takes back seat on Ukraine referendum

    Dutch leader Rutte will not defend Yes vote “with flyers and flags and the like”, despite polls showing the No camp could sink the Ukraine pact, in echoes of 2005. …read more Source:...

    UK extradition of Ukrainian man begins
    Jan30

    UK extradition of Ukrainian man begins

    Extradition proceedings begin against a Ukrainian man suspected of murder and accused of playing a leading role in a criminal operation to smuggle people to the UK. …read more Source:...

    Bulgaria Energy Min Denies ‘Plans to Circumvent Ukraine Gas Routes’
    Jan30

    Bulgaria Energy Min Denies ‘Plans to Circumvent Ukraine Gas Routes’

    The Balkan gas hub project put forward by Bulgaria is not aimed at going around Ukraine’s gas transportation network, Energy Minister Temenuzhka Petkova said on Saturday. “I dare say [our concept of Balkan[ is really suffessful and feasible, considering the advantage which Bulgaria has to realize such a project,” Petkova told...

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