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    Bombs for Saudis and IIllegal Arms from Ukraine – Belarus Security Digest
    Jan21

    Bombs for Saudis and IIllegal Arms from Ukraine – Belarus Security Digest

    Russian Topol-M Intercontinnental Ballistic Missiles Need Belarusian Chassis. Image: Wikipedia. On 5 January, Russia declared that Belarusian firms would get direct access to Russia’s military procurement orders. It this really happens, it will mean that Russia has completed the process of replacing Belarusian components with with Russian...

    Bulgaria’s President Says Too Early to Talk about 2nd Term
    Jan21

    Bulgaria’s President Says Too Early to Talk about 2nd Term

    It is too early to announce candidacies for the presidential election due this autumn, Bulgarian head of state Rosen Plevneliev has said in his annual address.“Everyone who thinks they can lead a 10-month campaign instead of doing something that makes sense for people will certainly be punished by the people,” he said answering to a...

    Grants of Belarus-Ukraine territorial cooperation program may amount to €250,000
    Jan21

    Grants of Belarus-Ukraine territorial cooperation program may amount to €250,000

    The program of international technical assistance is implemented in the regions along the border between Belarus and Ukraine. Partaking in the program are Belarus’ Brest Oblast and Gomel Oblast and Ukraine’s Volyn Oblast, Kiev Oblast, Zhitomir Oblast, Chernigov Oblast, and Rovno Oblast. …read more Source:...

    The first Nordic Aviation aircraft began flying
    Jan21

    The first Nordic Aviation aircraft began flying

    The first own aircraft of Nordic Aviation took off to Amsterdam at 18.10 EET on 20 January 2016 with Estonian crew on board. It is a Bombardier CRJ700, which will be predominantly serving the longer routes – Amsterdam, Brussels, Kiev, reported BC communication manager at Nordic Aviation Liis Veersalu. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Australian Open: Men’s doubles first seeds Tecau and Rojer get to a winning start
    Jan21

    Australian Open: Men’s doubles first seeds Tecau and Rojer get to a winning start

    Romanian tennis player Horia Tecau and his doubles partner Jean-Julien Rojer (the Netherlands), the first seeds of the men’s doubles competition of Australian Open, the first Grand Slam of the year, qualified on Thursday for the second round of the tournament after defeating Martin Klizan (Slovakia)/ Sergiy Stakhovsky (Ukraine) 7-5, 6-2, in...

    Sajdik: Surkov-Nuland talks helped revitalize talks on Ukraine
    Jan21

    Sajdik: Surkov-Nuland talks helped revitalize talks on Ukraine

    Vladislav Surkov and Victoria Nuland held a six-hour meeting in Kaliningrad Oblast on 15 January. …read more Source:...

    Trilateral contact group on Ukraine to meet in Minsk 27 January
    Jan21

    Trilateral contact group on Ukraine to meet in Minsk 27 January

    Without ceasefire and the maintenance of peace order, without a full-fledged withdrawal of heavy armament it is impossible to talk about elections and amendments to the Constitution of Ukraine,” Ukraine’s representative in the trilateral contact group Leonid Kuchma was cited as saying. …read more Source:...

    Demining activities in Ukraine’s conflict zone to be over by late March
    Jan21

    Demining activities in Ukraine’s conflict zone to be over by late March

    “Today the working group on security coordinated the date for the completion of the demining activities and the restoration of vital civilian facilities, by 21 March,” said Martin Sajdik. …read more Source:...

    Only America can fix EU security mess
    Jan21

    Only America can fix EU security mess

    The narrow and strategically vital Strait of Gibraltar at the entrance to the Mediterranean Sea is sometimes called “The Pillars of Hercules.” The ancient Greeks believed it to be a by-product of one of Hercules’ mythical labors, which required him to leave the civilized world behind and venture into the chaos and danger of the distant...

    What will our new technology mean for spies?
    Jan21

    What will our new technology mean for spies?

    Read a second piece on the tension between security and privacy, also published in the February 2016 issue of Prospect, here Sir John will be joining Prospect on 25th February to talk about his time as Chief of the Secret Intelligence Service (MI6). Tickets are going fast, click here to buy yours now Can we stop a Paris-style attack happening in...

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