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    Bulgaria’s VM Finance Group Wins Most Outstanding Family Business in CEE Award
    Nov08

    Bulgaria’s VM Finance Group Wins Most Outstanding Family Business in CEE Award

    Bulgarian entrepreneurs Vassil and Alexandra Mirchevi, owners of VM Finance Group, have won the Most Outstanding Family Business in Central and Eastern Europe Award of Vienna-based Gutmann Bank. They have also received Gutmann Bank awards for Charity in CEE and Best Family Business in Bulgaria. Mirchevi won the big prize in competition with 65...

    Nordic Aviation Group takes over Estonian Air routes
    Nov07

    Nordic Aviation Group takes over Estonian Air routes

    The fully state-owned Nordic Aviation Group, in cooperation with five European flight operators, starts serving passengers on eight different routes – Amsterdam, Brussels, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Oslo, Kiev, Trondheim and Vilnius – from November 8, 2015. The first flight operated by Nordic Aviation will depart to Amsterdam at 06:50 on...

    Gjorcheska wins 11th doubles title in 2015
    Nov07

    Gjorcheska wins 11th doubles title in 2015

    The best Macedonian tennis player Lina Gjorcheska triumphed at the Futures tournament held in Antalya (prize money $10,000). Together with Iva Primorac from Croatia playing the final in doubles beat their rivals Gyulnara Nazarova from Ukraine and Aleksandra Pospelova from Russia with 2:0 in sets. …read more Source: Macedonian Information...

    POLITICO Playbook Plus — Trading places — Danish drama — the Thatcher look
    Nov07

    POLITICO Playbook Plus — Trading places — Danish drama — the Thatcher look

    DANISH EUROCRITIC DERAILED IN MONEY SCANDAL: A year ago Morten Messerschmidt was riding high. More than 10 percent of Danish voters cast ballots for him in the 2014 European election, the third highest number of votes for a single candidate in all of Europe for that election. He promised to fix the EU and make it more transparent: “The EU is a...

    Foreign minister quartet meets in Berlin on next steps in Ukraine
    Nov06

    Foreign minister quartet meets in Berlin on next steps in Ukraine

    Dalje English The foreign ministers of Germany, France, Russia and Ukraine met Friday in Berlin to discuss next steps in ending the Ukraine conflict, amid awareness that progress has been slower than hoped. Germany’s Frank-Walter Steinmeier said: “We can be glad that the ceasefire regime has been observed to a certain extent.” He said “some...

    Germany, France see progress in Ukraine peace talks
    Nov06

    Germany, France see progress in Ukraine peace talks

    BERLIN (Reuters) – Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian separatists have agreed to complete a withdrawal of heavy weaponry from their frontlines in eastern Ukraine, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said on Friday after a round of peace talks in Berlin. …read more Source:...

    Polish FM Schetyna in Lviv
    Nov06

    Polish FM Schetyna in Lviv

    Grzegorz Schetyna, Poland’s Foreign Minister visited Lviv in eastern Ukraine on Friday, strengthening ties between the two countries. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    EU diplomats launch Russia ‘myth-busting’ weekly
    Nov06

    EU diplomats launch Russia ‘myth-busting’ weekly

    The EU foreign service has started publishing a weekly newsletter debunking fake Russian stories, for instance, on Ukrainian fighters in Syria and CIA conspiracies. …read more Source:...

    Poroshenko: Fully cooperating on Minsk
    Nov06

    Poroshenko: Fully cooperating on Minsk

    Ahead of Friday’s meeting in Berlin of foreign ministers from Germany, France, Russia and Ukraine on implantation of the Minsk Agreement, the Ukrainian president said Kyiv was living up to its commitments. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    REPORT: UKRAINE: Slideshow: Life in Kramatorsk after ceasefire
    Nov06

    REPORT: UKRAINE: Slideshow: Life in Kramatorsk after ceasefire

    0 The ceasefire in eastern Ukraine has been holding for the past two months however the conflict remains unresolved and continues to affect millions of people who are in dire need of humanitarian aid due to the combined impact of conflict, …read more Source: Radio France...

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