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    Ten countries including Bulgaria call against expansion of Nord Stream
    Nov27

    Ten countries including Bulgaria call against expansion of Nord Stream

    Ten EU Member States, including Bulgaria, have raised voices against Russia’s plans to expand the Nord Stream gas pipeline to Germany. They have sent a letter to the European Commission reading the project was against EU’s interests and could further destabilize Ukraine. The letter calls for the project to be subjected to detailed...

    Bulgaria Confirms Participation in 2016 Eurovision Song Contest
    Nov27

    Bulgaria Confirms Participation in 2016 Eurovision Song Contest

    Bulgaria will return to the Eurovision Song Contest next year after it did not participate in the last two editions in 2014 and 2015. The Bulgarian National Television (BNT) confirmed to the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) that the country will have a representative at the 61st edition of the Eurovision next year. Eurovision 2016 is scheduled...

    Power Supply in Occupied Simferopol, Crimea, Shortened to Four Hours Daily
    Nov27

    Power Supply in Occupied Simferopol, Crimea, Shortened to Four Hours Daily

    Power supplies to residential houses in Russia-occupied city of Simferopol, Crimea, have been decreased from 12 to four hours daily. …read more Source:...

    Russia halts gas to Ukraine, imports to Hungary continue
    Nov27

    Russia halts gas to Ukraine, imports to Hungary continue

    Following reports that Russia’s Gazprom cut off gas deliveries to Ukraine, Magyar Földgázkereskedő, the gas trading unit of state-owned Hungarian Electricity Works (MVM), said yesterday that Hungaryʼs gas imports are continuing uninterrupted and at a level appropriate for secure supply, Hungarian news agency MTI reported today. …read...

    Despite halt to Ukriane, Hungaryʼs gas imports continue
    Nov27

    Despite halt to Ukriane, Hungaryʼs gas imports continue

    Following reports that Russia’s Gazprom cut off gas deliveries to Ukraine, Magyar Földgázkereskedő, the gas trading unit of state-owned Hungarian Electricity Works (MVM), said yesterday that Hungaryʼs gas imports are continuing uninterrupted and at a level appropriate for secure supply, Hungarian news agency MTI reported today. …read...

    Beyond the anti-Corbyn hysteria UK newspapers run measured editorials
    Nov27

    Beyond the anti-Corbyn hysteria UK newspapers run measured editorials

    National press makes much of Labour’s internal war but the leading articles point to the defects in the prime minister’s argument to bomb Isis in Syria“Labour at war” about whether to go to war, said Friday’s front page headlines in the Times, Daily Telegraph and the Independent. “Labour in Syria turmoil as PM makes the case for...

    Bulgarian economy: gaining or losing from Russia-Turkey crisis?
    Nov27

    Bulgarian economy: gaining or losing from Russia-Turkey crisis?

    When two great powers spoil their relations, smaller countries incur losses as well. Will this turn out to be true about Bulgaria in the context of a major conflict that broke out between Russia and Turkey, old adversaries but in recent years almost brothers? Or will the proverb saying that fish is easily caught in troubled waters turn out as...

    Rapota: Belarus may host talks over situation in Middle East
    Nov27

    Rapota: Belarus may host talks over situation in Middle East

    “Belarus has already hosted the talks between Russia, Ukraine, and Western Europe. This means that Belarus may provide a convenient platform for any kinds of peace dialogues, including for talks over the situation in the Middle East,” Grigory Rapota noted. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine says Russia has started to restrict its coal supplies
    Nov27

    Ukraine says Russia has started to restrict its coal supplies

    KIEV (Reuters) – Russia has started to restrict coal supplies to Ukraine, Energy Minister Volodymyr Demchyshyn told parliament on Friday, saying Kiev had 1 month of its own supplies left, enough to ensure the stable functioning of the power system for up to 50 days. …read more Source:...

    Crimeans describe life during blackout after attacks from Ukraine
    Nov27

    Crimeans describe life during blackout after attacks from Ukraine

    Hospitals are struggling, businesses have closed and public transport has ground to a halt. RFE/RL talks to locals facing prolonged power cuts Crimean residents are learning to live with thawing fridges, pitch-dark highways and shuttered schools a week after Ukrainian miliants began attacking the power lines feeding the region.As Russian...

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