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    Kremlin says extension of east Ukraine peace deal possible
    Sep11

    Kremlin says extension of east Ukraine peace deal possible

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – The leaders of Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France will agree to roll-over a peace deal for eastern Ukraine if it is not fully implemented this year as intended, the Kremlin’s top foreign policy aide, Yuri Ushakov, said on Friday. …read more Source:...

    Chişinău experiencing its own Maidan | Adevărul – Romania
    Sep11

    Chişinău experiencing its own Maidan | Adevărul – Romania

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    Bulgarian Exports to EU, Third Countries Record Increase in H1 Y/Y
    Sep11

    Bulgarian Exports to EU, Third Countries Record Increase in H1 Y/Y

    According to the preliminary figures of the National Statistical Institute (NSI), which were released on Friday, Bulgarian exports to the EU and third countries increased in the first half of 2015. Between January and June, Bulgarian exports to the EU amounted to BGN 14.2 B, which represented an increase of 12.4 % compared to the same period last...

    Black Sea region cannot do without EU and NATO
    Sep11

    Black Sea region cannot do without EU and NATO

    There are long-term and extremely complicated risks for the joint security and Bulgaria is an active participant in searching for fast and common measures for coping with the growing number of challenges. This is how Bulgarian Minister Daniel Mitov welcomed the participants in an international conference entitled “The role of NATO and the...

    Tensions flare over Russia-Ukraine gas deal
    Sep11

    Tensions flare over Russia-Ukraine gas deal

    Senior EU energy official Maroš Sefčovič will attempt to jumpstart talks Friday with Russia on reopening gas deliveries to Ukraine, but the chances of a quick breakthrough appear remote. The challenge is that Russia’s Gazprom wants to keep selling gas to Ukraine — the cash is welcomed as the Russian economy contracts — but for political...

    Bulgaria Had Negative Balance of Trade in 2014
    Sep11

    Bulgaria Had Negative Balance of Trade in 2014

    The final figures on foreign trade for 2014, which were released by the National Statistical Institute (NSI) on Friday, reveal that Bulgaria had a negative balance of trade with imports exceeding exports. In 2014, the value of exported goods amounted to BGN 43.2 B, which represented a decrease of 0.7 % compared to 2013. When comparing the monthly...

    Russia constructing large military base near Ukrainian border
    Sep11

    Russia constructing large military base near Ukrainian border

    According to Reuters, Russia is setting up a large military base near the Ukrainian-Russian border, which could indicate that Russia is preparing for a long drawn-out conflict in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Putin ousts Ukraine rebel to gain favour with West
    Sep10

    Putin ousts Ukraine rebel to gain favour with West

    A Russian-led coup inside east Ukraine’s rebel leadership along with an increase in military engagement in Syria herald a strategic shift… …read more Source: The...

    Russian court convicts man for Ukraine flag protest
    Sep10

    Russian court convicts man for Ukraine flag protest

    A court has jailed a man over a stunt in which an iconic Moscow rooftop was painted to resemble the Ukrainian flag. Vladimir Podrezov was sentenced to more than two years for being an accomplice to vandalism. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Experts to consider Czech expats´ return applications in Ukraine
    Sep10

    Experts to consider Czech expats´ return applications in Ukraine

    Prague – A group of Czech Interior Ministry´s experts will examine new applications by expatriates in Ukraine for resettlement to the Czech Republic in Kiev from September 27, Hynek Kmonicek, head… …read more Source: České...

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