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    Ukraine’s prime minister opts out of polls
    Oct22

    Ukraine’s prime minister opts out of polls

    People’s Front decides not to run in elections after support drops to just 1% …read more Source: Financial...

    Prepare for a pricklier Polish foreign policy
    Oct22

    Prepare for a pricklier Polish foreign policy

    WARSAW — The nationalist Law and Justice party will, barring any last-minute slip-ups, sweep into power in Poland in parliamentary elections on Sunday — bringing a more confrontational foreign policy style with it. In many ways, a change of government from the pro-EU Civic Platform to the Euroskeptic Law and Justice (PiS) won’t make a...

    Ukraine’s New Banned Websites Registry: Security Measure or Censorship Tool?
    Oct22

    Ukraine’s New Banned Websites Registry: Security Measure or Censorship Tool?

    News of Ukraine’s new banned websites registry has Internet users worried. Images mixed by Tetyana Lokot. When Ukraine’s Interior Minister announced the initiative to form a new cyberpolice unit on October 11, the focus of the media coverage—and of Minister Avakov’s statement—was very much on fighting online crime and beefing up...

    Belarus-Ukraine customs system PRINEX launched
    Oct22

    Belarus-Ukraine customs system PRINEX launched

    The PRINEKS system has been developed as part of the project “The assistance in the development of an electronic system of pre-arrival information exchange between the customs authorities of Belarus and Ukraine.” …read more Source:...

    Deputy MFA of Lithuania, Ukraine discuss development of bilateral relations
    Oct22

    Deputy MFA of Lithuania, Ukraine discuss development of bilateral relations

    Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Mantvydas Bekesius in Kyiv met with First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Nataliia Galibarenko. The meeting addressed implementation of the Minsk Agreement, preparation for Ukrainian local election of 25 October, prospects of bilateral relations between Lithuania and Ukraine, reports...

    Wine makers insist on receiving EU financing
    Oct22

    Wine makers insist on receiving EU financing

    Since the beginning of the Russian embargo, the export of Bulgarian wine to Russia has dwindled by 62% and the Bulgarian alcoholic beverage has been replaced with wine produced in Crimea and Abkhazia, Chairman of the National Wine and Vine Chamber Radoslav Radev said. Against the backdrop of this negative trend the Bulgarian wine producers are...

    It’s time to rearm Germany and Japan
    Oct22

    It’s time to rearm Germany and Japan

    No issue in next year’s election will have more impact on our day-to-day lives than the Republican pledge to spend hundreds of billions more on the military than will occur in a Democratic administration. Since it’s accompanied by the party’s unanimous opposition to any net increase in federal revenue and a promise to...

    Donald Tusk’s hard European education
    Oct22

    Donald Tusk’s hard European education

    When Donald Tusk got a top European Union job, the former Polish prime minister took a crash course in English, going from virtually zero to proficiency in the language in less than a year. The political folkways of Brussels have proven harder to master for the president of the European Council. Arriving in town trailed by high expectations from...

    Hopes and hurdles for the European project | Letters
    Oct21

    Hopes and hurdles for the European project | Letters

    Paul Mason relies on tired old cliches – and, bizarrely, his dislike of the Belgian police – to justify his claim that there is no democratic control over the European Union (G2, 19 October). He talks of “vast bureaucratic structures” and “the sheer size of EU directorates”, yet the whole European commission has around the same number of...

    Defense Minister Kodheli attends U.S.-Adriatic Charter Defense Ministerial in Croatia
    Oct21

    Defense Minister Kodheli attends U.S.-Adriatic Charter Defense Ministerial in Croatia

    TIRANA, Oct 21 /ATA/-By I. Vata/ – Defense Minister Mimi Kodheli attended the U.S.-Adriatic Charter Defense Ministerial, held in Dubrovnik, Croatia, 21-22 October 2015. The conference gathered defense ministers of Croatia, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo, Macedonia, Slovenia and Serbia, who discussed the current developments...

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