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    Journalists can save Ukraine
    Nov12

    Journalists can save Ukraine

    KIEV — Wide ranging and massive corruption, censorship, lies, and an atmosphere of impunity — this is what Ukrainian politics looked like two years ago. And it almost buried the country in the mass grave that was the Eurasian Union under the ruby star of the Kremlin. There is a group of members of the corrupt Party of Regions in Ukraine that I...

    Ukraine passes law outlawing discrimination against gay workers
    Nov12

    Ukraine passes law outlawing discrimination against gay workers

    After several failed attempts, Ukraine’s parliament on Thursday backed a bill that bans discrimination against gay workers – a pre-condition for the… …read more Source:...

    Poland ready to step up investment cooperation with Belarus
    Nov12

    Poland ready to step up investment cooperation with Belarus

    The official noted that as far as international economic cooperation is concerned, Poland’s main partners are countries of the European Union. But the Agency also has experience of spending Polish investments in Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, and Kazakhstan. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine passes anti-discrimination law
    Nov12

    Ukraine passes anti-discrimination law

    Ukraine’s parliament passes a law banning discrimination in the workplace, including that based on sexual orientation. …read more Source:...

    Defense Forces new vehicle launched bridges unfit for allied tanks
    Nov12

    Defense Forces new vehicle launched bridges unfit for allied tanks

    Tanks of allied forces are too heavy for vehicle launched bridge systems purchased by the Estonian Defense Forces from Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    European Commission urges Ukraine to adopt full visa-liberalization package
    Nov12

    European Commission urges Ukraine to adopt full visa-liberalization package

    The European Commission welcomes the adoption by the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine of a set of laws aimed at improving asset recovery procedures in the country. …read more Source:...

    Danish-owned sewing company Lanika Baltic goes bankrupt
    Nov12

    Danish-owned sewing company Lanika Baltic goes bankrupt

    Lanika Baltic, a Danish-owned Lithuanian sewing company that employed a workforce of 450 people at its best times, is going bankrupt and moving production to Ukraine, where costs are much lower, the business daily Verslo Zinios reported on November 12th, reports LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Belavia’s Minsk-Kiev passenger traffic doubles since 25 October
    Nov12

    Belavia’s Minsk-Kiev passenger traffic doubles since 25 October

    The increase in the passenger traffic, according to Igor Cherginets, was achieved due to the growth in the number of transit passengers from Ukraine to Russia and from Russia to Ukraine via Minsk. …read more Source:...

    Belavia launches more flights to Kiev
    Nov12

    Belavia launches more flights to Kiev

    Earlier, Belavia operated two daily flights to Boryspil International Airport and back. A new, third, flight will be offered to Kiev International Airport (Zhuliany). …read more Source:...

    The EU helps Israel oppress Palestinians
    Nov12

    The EU helps Israel oppress Palestinians

    Despite Israel’s descent into unmasked, right-wing extremism, particularly with the current escalation of its brutal occupation and repression, Europe remains largely complicit in supporting Israel’s occupation and violations of Palestinian rights, despite the empty rhetoric coming from the European Union. All the buzz in Brussels and...

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