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    Beware Russian ally in Syria, says Ukraine
    Dec21

    Beware Russian ally in Syria, says Ukraine

    Putin accused of trying to weaken EU resolve while persisting with deadly attacks in Donbass …read more Source: Financial...

    [Ticker] EU formalises extension of Russia sanctions
    Dec21

    [Ticker] EU formalises extension of Russia sanctions

    EU countries, by written procedure, extended the life of Russian economic sanctions by six months from January Monday, due to its non-compliance with a Ukraine ceasefire. The act becomes legally binding Tuesday. Russian leader Putin the same day said the EU should “not just nod in agreement” to US demands. …read more Source:...

    EU officially extends Russia sanctions for six months over Ukraine conflict
    Dec21

    EU officially extends Russia sanctions for six months over Ukraine conflict

    The EU has decided to maintain economic sanctions against Moscow citing incomplete implementation of the Minsk peace accord. Moscow claims the extension will encourage Kyiv to ‘sabotage’ the peace process. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    The art of the possible: rediscovering the meaning of realpolitik
    Dec21

    The art of the possible: rediscovering the meaning of realpolitik

    Realpolitik: a History by John Bew reviewed. Many years ago I studied history as an ­undergraduate at Edinburgh University. My motivation was a fascination with the future more than with the past: without historical study, as my fellow Scot Niall Ferguson has argued elsewhere, our reference points for understanding the future are limited to...

    Russia punishes Ukraine over EU deal
    Dec21

    Russia punishes Ukraine over EU deal

    Russia tightens trade sanctions on Ukraine in retaliation for Kiev’s anti-Russian sanctions and its EU free trade deal. …read more Source:...

    EU extends economic sanctions on Russia for six months
    Dec21

    EU extends economic sanctions on Russia for six months

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union on Monday extended economic sanctions against Russia until the end of July next year after the deadline for raising objections passed without any member state challenging the decision. …read more Source:...

    Tourism Minister Expects 30% More Russian Visitors to Bulgaria Next Year
    Dec21

    Tourism Minister Expects 30% More Russian Visitors to Bulgaria Next Year

    Bulgaria is expecting an increase in the number of Russian tourists to Bulgaria in 2016, the country’s Tourism Minister Nikolina Angelkova has said.Speaking during a visit to Plovdiv, the second-largest Bulgarian city, Angelkova has added the upward trend is mostly due to the complications for Russians who previously used to spend their...

    EU extends economic sanctions against Russia
    Dec21

    EU extends economic sanctions against Russia

    The EU will extend for six months its economic sanctions against Russia, the Council announced on Monday, noting that the conditions of the Minsk peace deal have not been met. The bloc imposed the sanctions in July 2014 and revised them in September 2014 after a deterioration of the situation in eastern Ukraine, where the country’s army was...

    Russia to Impose Retaliatory Economic Sanctions on Ukraine Jan 1
    Dec21

    Russia to Impose Retaliatory Economic Sanctions on Ukraine Jan 1

    Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has signed a decree imposing trade barriers on Ukraine in response to Kiev joining Western sanctions against Moscow. “Starting from January 1, 2016 Ukraine will come under economic measures in response to its joining of the anti-Russian sanctions of the European Union and the United States,”...

    Czechia welcomes positive developments in Belarus-EU relations
    Dec21

    Czechia welcomes positive developments in Belarus-EU relations

    Lubomir Zaoralek called for consolidating the positive developments in the relations between Belarus and the EU. He praised Belarus’ contribution to the efforts to resolve the Ukrainian conflict and strengthen the stability and security in Europe. …read more Source:...

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