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    Washington’s Balkan power play
    Dec05

    Washington’s Balkan power play

    BELGRADE — NATO’s invitation to Montenegro this week to join the military alliance was more than a kindness to a small ex-Yugoslav republic. It was another sign of a battle for influence in the Balkans between Russia and the U.S. And America is the one on the offensive. In recent weeks high-level U.S. and NATO officials have visited the...

    Russia to sue Ukraine if debt is not repaid by December 20
    Dec05

    Russia to sue Ukraine if debt is not repaid by December 20

    MOSCOW – Russia is set to file a lawsuit against Ukraine if Kiev fails to have repaid the $3-billion debt by December 20, Russia’s …read more Source:...

    OSCE conference ends work without consensus on all issues
    Dec05

    OSCE conference ends work without consensus on all issues

    The 22nd session of the OSCE Ministerial Council ended in Belgrade late on Friday without reaching consensus on all issues. The topics considered included the fight against terrorism, Ukrainian and migrant crisis and climate change. …read more Source:...

    Tourism Minister: 4.5 Million Foreigners Visited Bulgaria Last Summer
    Dec05

    Tourism Minister: 4.5 Million Foreigners Visited Bulgaria Last Summer

    Tourism Minister Nikolina Angelkova stated on Saturday that 4.5 million foreign tourists visited Bulgaria in the summer of this year, which represented a drop of 3.3 %. Angelkova added that according to expectations, the number of tourists from Ukraine and Russia decreased by 25 %. However there was a forecast for 30 % increase in the number of...

    Russia says U.S. officially refused to provide guarantees for Ukraine’s liabilities
    Dec05

    Russia says U.S. officially refused to provide guarantees for Ukraine’s liabilities

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia’s Finance Ministry said on Saturday that Russia had this week received an official refusal from the U.S. government to provide guarantees for Ukraine’s liabilities, Russian news agencies reported, citing a ministry statement. …read more Source:...

    OSCE Ministerial Council ends in Belgrade
    Dec05

    OSCE Ministerial Council ends in Belgrade

    BELGRADE – The 22nd OSCE Ministerial Council, at which the main topics were the fight against terrorism, the Ukrainian and migrant crises, …read more Source:...

    Serbia FM says OSCE meeting failed to agree on Ukraine, migrant crisis
    Dec05

    Serbia FM says OSCE meeting failed to agree on Ukraine, migrant crisis

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    Russian Sanctions Will Not Bring Turkey to Its Knees – Turkish Ambassador to Bulgaria
    Dec05

    Russian Sanctions Will Not Bring Turkey to Its Knees – Turkish Ambassador to Bulgaria

    According to Turkish ambassador to Bulgaria His Excellency Suleyman Gokce, the sanctions imposed by Moscow in response to the downing of the Russian Su-24 bomber by two Turkish F-16 fighter jets on the Turkish-Syrian border on November 24, will not bring Ankara to its knees. Gokce noted that Turkey is a great country, being the sixteenth largest...

    Rare white Bengal tiger cub dies of cold amid Crimea blackout
    Dec05

    Rare white Bengal tiger cub dies of cold amid Crimea blackout

    A six-week-old rare white Bengal tiger cub has died amid a two-week power blackout across the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea. Keepers at the… …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian oligarchs clash in court over £2bn business deal amid claims of murder and bribery
    Dec04

    Ukrainian oligarchs clash in court over £2bn business deal amid claims of murder and bribery

    A businessman is bringing a £2 billion dispute against two other oligarchs over the 2004 purchase of a mining company in the Ukraine. …read more Source: The...

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