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    Lithuania to finance studies of 67 foreign master’s students in 2015
    Sep07

    Lithuania to finance studies of 67 foreign master’s students in 2015

    This year Lithuania will devote particular attention to the studies of Ukrainian students. Striving to promote transnational nature of studies and attract gifted foreigners to study in Lithuania, the state will provide support for the master’s programmes. This year 67 foreign master’s students will receive support to study in...

    Refugees – the next great European policy
    Sep07

    Refugees – the next great European policy

    “The solution to the refugee crisis is beyond the powers of any country, whichever it might be. Europe can solve different crises, whether Greek, Ukrainian, refugee or any other only when we are together”, said yesterday President Rossen Plevneliev in his speech on the occasion of the 130th anniversary of the Unification of the...

    US Chargé d’Affairs Praises Bulgaria for Reaction to Migrant Influx
    Sep07

    US Chargé d’Affairs Praises Bulgaria for Reaction to Migrant Influx

    What hasn’t changed significantly in Bulgaria over the past years are the challenges which Bulgaria is coming across in the field of the rule of law, Roderick Moore, the US Chargé d’Affairs ad interim in Sofia, has said.”It’s great that I am returning to this country where I have worked twice, and I have done so I historic...

    Refugee crisis: politics aside, Britain needs immigrants
    Sep07

    Refugee crisis: politics aside, Britain needs immigrants

    Flowers and balloons doecrate a fence as a welcome sign at the temporary accommodation centre for refugees in Luechow, Germany. © Philipp Schulze/dpa On Wednesday this week, Jean-Claude Juncker, the President of the EU Commission, is scheduled to unveil the EU’s latest proposals to address the migration crisis. Previous initiatives have not...

    Full length container train Viking arrived in Ukraine from Klaipeda
    Sep07

    Full length container train Viking arrived in Ukraine from Klaipeda

    Full length train Viking, carrying 72 containers, has arrived in Ukraine’s capital Kyiv from Lithuania’s port city of Klaipeda on September 4th, reports LETA/ELTA. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Andreichenko: Belarus is interested in better relations with Europe, the United States
    Sep07

    Andreichenko: Belarus is interested in better relations with Europe, the United States

    On 31 August-2 September Vladimir Andreichenko took part in the Fourth World Conference of Speakers of Parliament in New York. Speaking about the attitude of international organizations to Belarus amid the recent events in Ukraine, Vladimir Andreichenko said: “The relations have visibly improved. However, I cannot say that they have become...

    State of Juncker’s union
    Sep07

    State of Juncker’s union

    The EU’s political credibility will take center stage along with one of its leading politicians when Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker delivers the “State of the Union” address Wednesday, an annual event taking on heightened importance this year as Europe grapples with several ongoing crises. Unlike his predecessor José Manuel...

    Beware the magnate in need of a sacrifice
    Sep06

    Beware the magnate in need of a sacrifice

    The verbal shooting match between Mikhail Saakashvili, Arseniy Yatsenyuk and one of Ukraine’s most powerful tycoons is a reminder that… …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine president’s ally launches bid to oust discredited PM
    Sep06

    Ukraine president’s ally launches bid to oust discredited PM

    One of President Poroshenko of Ukraine’s closest allies has accused the country’s prime minister of abusing his position by furthering… …read more Source: The...

    IMF chief urges Ukraine’s creditors to accept debt restructuring program
    Sep06

    IMF chief urges Ukraine’s creditors to accept debt restructuring program

    KIEV (Reuters) – International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde on Sunday voiced support for Ukraine’s economic progress and urged its creditors to take full advantage of a deal to restructure $18 billion of sovereign and quasi-sovereign debt. …read more Source:...

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