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    Obama officials are talking to Putin more than ever
    Dec14

    Obama officials are talking to Putin more than ever

    An Obama administration debate about whether to engage Vladimir Putin or treat him like a pariah has tilted in the engagement camp’s favor—even as critics and some officials worry that it’s become too easy for the Russian president to get a stature-enhancing meeting with U.S. leaders. When Secretary of State John Kerry heads to Moscow...

    Bulgarian Businesses ‘Should Be Able to Hire Foreign Nationals More Easily’
    Dec14

    Bulgarian Businesses ‘Should Be Able to Hire Foreign Nationals More Easily’

    Businesses should be able to hire non-Bulgarian nationals more easily, the head of an employer union said on Monday. Regulatory requirements obligating businesses to employ non-Bulgarians offering salaries at least three times the country’s average should be removed, Vasil Velev, who heads the Bulgarian Industrial Capital Association...

    Germany happy but wary after Euro 2016 draw
    Dec13

    Germany happy but wary after Euro 2016 draw

    Germany boss Joachim Loew said his team would be foolish to under-estimate Ukraine and Northern Ireland in their Euro 2016 group even if their clash with Poland is the key to Group C. …read more Source: The Local...

    Russia-annexed Crimea faces long road to power security
    Dec13

    Russia-annexed Crimea faces long road to power security

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – The Kremlin is trying to reassure residents of Crimea, left in the dark after electricity supplies from Ukraine were cut off, that it is coming to their rescue by installing a power link with Russia. …read more Source:...

    Montenegro adopts restrictive measures against actions threatening Ukraine’s territorial integrity
    Dec12

    Montenegro adopts restrictive measures against actions threatening Ukraine’s territorial integrity

    Government of Montenegro adopted a draft of the decision on the introduction of international restrictive measures established by the Council of the European Union in relation to, as stated, actions that undermine or threaten the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine. …read more Source: Macedonian Information...

    Russia delays UN Security Council meeting on Ukraine, saying it shouldn’t discuss human rights
    Dec12
    Gift of flowers starts brawl as MPs debate thorny issue
    Dec12

    Gift of flowers starts brawl as MPs debate thorny issue

    A bouquet of flowers is not usually a prelude to assault. But that was the scene in Ukraine’s parliament, the Verkhovna… …read more Source: The...

    U.S. and Russia trade accusations at U.N. over Ukraine conflict
    Dec11

    U.S. and Russia trade accusations at U.N. over Ukraine conflict

    UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – The United States and Russia blamed each other on Friday for the continued conflict in Ukraine, with Washington accusing the Kremlin of attempting to suppress public discussion of facts about the nearly two-year-old war. …read more Source:...

    Bulgaria-Russia Relations Can’t Be Shaken by Recent Events, Amb to Moscow Says
    Dec11

    Bulgaria-Russia Relations Can’t Be Shaken by Recent Events, Amb to Moscow Says

    Close relations of friendship between Bulgaria and Russia no not depend on present-day developments after their history of 14 centuries, Sofia’s Ambassador to Moscow has said. Boyko Kotsev’s remarks are a response to comments by a Russian diplomat, who at a commemorative ceremony marking an anniversary of the battle for Pleven (in the...

    Coalition infighting spills into Ukraine parliament as allies tussle
    Dec11

    Coalition infighting spills into Ukraine parliament as allies tussle

    Ukraine’s President Poroshenko meets his prime minister late on Friday with the future of their coalition government looking creaky. It follows a… …read more Source:...

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