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    Lithuanian businessmen slapped with lawsuits in Kazakhstan
    Nov06

    Lithuanian businessmen slapped with lawsuits in Kazakhstan

    Lithuanian investors face problems in Kazakhstan as tax authorities in the Central Asian country, which has been affected by Western sanctions on Russia, use all possible means to raise additional budget revenue, the business daily Verslo Zinios reported on November 6th, reports LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    INTERNATIONAL REPORT: Ukraine series, part 3
    Nov06

    INTERNATIONAL REPORT: Ukraine series, part 3

    Pensioners queue in order to register for WFP aid. Filip Warwick With freezing nights fast approaching in eastern Ukraine, most of the 1.4 million internally displaced persons (IDP’s) will seek humanitarian assistance this coming winter. The figure, according to the European …read more Source: Radio France...

    [Focus] Gay rights vote undermines EU-Ukraine visa deal
    Nov06

    [Focus] Gay rights vote undermines EU-Ukraine visa deal

    Ukrainian MPs have voted down a gay rights law in a decision likely to kill hope of EU visa-free travel by the end of the year. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine, Baltics criticize planned gas pipeline expansion
    Nov06

    Ukraine, Baltics criticize planned gas pipeline expansion

    Dalje English Riga (dpa) – Ukraine and the Baltic countries questioned the planned expansion of the Baltic Sea gas pipeline from Russia to Germany, in a Thursday meeting in Riga. If completed, the so-called Nord Stream 2 project would cost Ukraine, Poland and Slovakia millions of dollars in annual pipeline revenues, Ukrainian Prime Minister...

    Heads of Baltic Governments expressed solidarity with Ukraine
    Nov06

    Heads of Baltic Governments expressed solidarity with Ukraine

    On Thursday, November 5, the Heads of Government of the Baltic States and Ukraine met in Riga to discuss the EU-Ukraine relations, the European security policy and the fulfilment of the Minsk Agreement, as well as the reform process in Ukraine, reported BC press secretary to Latvian Prime Minister Aiva Rozenberga. …read more Source: The...

    Old stereotypes, new insecurities
    Nov06

    Old stereotypes, new insecurities

    The crises Europe has faced since the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall on November 9, 1989, highlight the EU’s limits in working speedily together. But this is not to say we are unable to work together. The unprecedented and historic consensus in response to the grave violations of international law in the Anschluss of Crimea...

    Growing up in the shadow of ‘Brother Putin’
    Nov06

    Growing up in the shadow of ‘Brother Putin’

    The latest hip-hop hit in Russia is a bass-speaker-shaking tribute to the ex-KGB officer who has ruled the country for over 15 years. “My best friend is Vladimir Putin,” raps Russian star Timati, in a slick video released in October in honor of Putin’s 63rd birthday. In the background, rappers in Putin masks chill on Red Square. “The whole...

    Putin accused of rebuilding Soviet empire
    Nov05

    Putin accused of rebuilding Soviet empire

    Vladimir Putin plans to rebuild a Soviet-style empire and must be thwarted by making Ukraine a bulwark against Kremlin expansionism,… …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine eschews visa-free EU travel by refusing to protect gay people in workplace
    Nov05

    Ukraine eschews visa-free EU travel by refusing to protect gay people in workplace

    Parliament has blocked legislation banning discrimination at work that was condition set by European UnionUkraine’s parliament has on Thursday scuppered the country’s chances of visa-free travel to most EU nations by blocking legislation that would have banned discrimination against gay people in the workplace.The pro-EU leadership...

    Baltics back Ukraine and blast Nord Stream 2 project
    Nov05

    Baltics back Ukraine and blast Nord Stream 2 project

    Prime Ministers of the three Baltic states gave staunch support to their Ukrainian counterpart Arseniy Yatsenuk in Riga Thursday and expressed severe doubts about the proposed Nord Stream 2 pipeline planned to run under the Baltic Sea. …read more Source:...

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