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    Portraits of Ukrainian fighters displayed in Hamburg for G20 summit
    Jul07

    Portraits of Ukrainian fighters displayed in Hamburg for G20 summit

    A series of posters featuring portrait photographs of Ukrainians involved in fighting Russian aggression in their country have been displayed around Hamburg for the G20 summit. …read more Source: Polskie...

    Latvian MFA: Ukraine has made considerable progress in reform process
    Jul07

    Latvian MFA: Ukraine has made considerable progress in reform process

    Ukraine has made considerable progress in the reform process but much more needs to be done, Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics (Unity) said at the international conference on reform in Ukraine jointly organized by the governments of the United Kingdom and Ukraine, reports LETA. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Ukraine organisation aims to drum up G20 support in fight against Russia
    Jul07

    Ukraine organisation aims to drum up G20 support in fight against Russia

    A series of posters featuring portrait photographs of Ukrainians involved in fighting Russian aggression in their country have been displayed around Hamburg for the G20 summit. …read more Source: Polskie...

    The Bulgarian Who Kicked a Woman in Berlin Subway Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison
    Jul07

    The Bulgarian Who Kicked a Woman in Berlin Subway Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison

    The Bulgarian who kicked a woman down a flight of stairs at an underground station in Berlin in October 2016, was sentenced to 35 months of imprisonment by a German court, DPA reported on 6 July, quoted by BNT. The incident was recorded from Hermannstrasse CCTV cameras. The attacker was identified and soon arrested. The incident caused a storm of...

    Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Friday 7 Jul 2017
    Jul07

    Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Friday 7 Jul 2017

    Trump and Putin to meet at G20 summit Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin will meet for the first time, on the sidelines of the G20 summit which takes place today and tomorrow in Hamburg. Trump visited Poland yesterday and used a speech in Warsaw to accuse Russia of acting as a destabilising force “in Ukraine and elsewhere” and of testing...

    Donald Trump well received in Poland, outside observers more critical
    Jul07

    Donald Trump well received in Poland, outside observers more critical

    Donald Trump’s speech went over well in Warsaw. The US president chided the Kremlin over Ukraine and pledged more gas to curb energy dependence on Russia. But what will it mean for Trump’s meeting with Vladimir Putin? …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Trump is huge in Poland. So, there’s that.
    Jul06

    Trump is huge in Poland. So, there’s that.

    One thing is certain after the first formal speech of Donald Trump’s second trip to Europe as president: Polish-American relations are in great shape. Other close U.S. allies, like Australia, Britain, Canada, France, Germany and South Korea might feel frustrated by their dealings with the new administration. Not the Polish...

    Trump warns Putin to stop aggression in Syria and Ukraine
    Jul06

    Trump warns Putin to stop aggression in Syria and Ukraine

    President Donald Trump’s meeting with Polish President Andrzej Duda during a whirlwind visit to Warsaw comes on the front end of a journey to Germany for Friday and Saturday’s G20 summit. …read more Source: Daily...

    Kernel takes over Ukrainian assets worth $43.3 mln
    Jul06

    Kernel takes over Ukrainian assets worth $43.3 mln

    WSE-listed Ukrainian edible oil producer Kernel acquired a farming company for $43.3 million, the company said in a market filing. “ The purchased entity leases 27.5k farmland, and has the capacity to store 170k metric tons of grain. It also has a positive net working capital (minus net debt) in excess of $4 million. The… This content is for...

    UK concerned at ‘faltering’ Ukraine reforms: foreign minister Johnson
    Jul06

    UK concerned at ‘faltering’ Ukraine reforms: foreign minister Johnson

    LONDON (Reuters) – British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Thursday he was worried Ukrainian government reforms were faltering, citing concerns over the selection of Supreme Court judges and obstacles facing anti-graft civil society groups. …read more Source:...

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