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    Hennadiy Moskal: This is struggle for “green channel” used for smuggling Belarusian cigarettes to EU
    Jul14

    Hennadiy Moskal: This is struggle for “green channel” used for smuggling Belarusian cigarettes to EU

    The amount of smuggling is estimated at billions dollars. …read more Source:...

    Latvian MFA and new Ukrainian ambassador underline importance of Ukraine-EU relationship
    Jul14

    Latvian MFA and new Ukrainian ambassador underline importance of Ukraine-EU relationship

    During a meeting with the new Ukrainian Ambassador to Latvia Yevgen Perebyinis yesterday, Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics (Unity) underlined the importance of maintaining the current dynamic in the relations between the European Union and Ukraine. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Latvia denies alleged plans of EU to adopt new sanctions against Russia
    Jul14

    Latvia denies alleged plans of EU to adopt new sanctions against Russia

    The European Union is not engaged in any development of new secret sanctions against Russia in the event of escalation of the situation in Ukraine, says Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    U.S. considers training Ukrainian army troops: general
    Jul14

    U.S. considers training Ukrainian army troops: general

    U.S. officials are considering expanding the American military training mission in Ukraine to include army and special operations troops, likely focusing on issues like tactics and combat medicine, a top U.S. Army general said on Monday, Reuters reports. …read more Source: Macedonian Information...

    Australia urges UN support for tribunal to prosecute those who downed MH17
    Jul14

    Australia urges UN support for tribunal to prosecute those who downed MH17

    Malaysia’s draft resolution to establish a tribunal – a joint proposal with Australia, the Netherlands, Belgium and Ukraine – has been dismissed by RussiaAustralia urged the United Nations security council on Tuesday to support the establishment of an international tribunal to prosecute those suspected of downing Malaysia Airlines flight...

    U.S. considers training Ukrainian army troops: general
    Jul14

    U.S. considers training Ukrainian army troops: general

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. officials are considering expanding the American military training mission in Ukraine to include army and special operations troops, likely focusing on issues like tactics and combat medicine, a top U.S. Army general said on Monday. …read more Source:...

    Woman pillion passenger loses leg in late-night accident in Albufeira
    Jul13

    Woman pillion passenger loses leg in late-night accident in Albufeira

    A Ukrainian woman was so badly injured in a late night accident in Vale Pedras, Albufeira, that surgeons have had to completely amputate one of her legs. The 35-year-old woman was travelling on the back of a motorcycle when it was involved in a violent collision with a car at 11.20pm on Saturday. According to press reports, rescue services fought...

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko says ‘illegal groups’ must disarm after standoff
    Jul13

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko says ‘illegal groups’ must disarm after standoff

    KIEV (Reuters) – President Petro Poroshenko ordered Ukraine’s security services and police on Monday to disarm “illegal groups”, saying they threatened to further destabilize a country fighting separatists in its east. …read more Source:...

    Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras ‘beaten like a dog and crucified’ by EU sanctions
    Jul13

    Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras ‘beaten like a dog and crucified’ by EU sanctions

    The once swaggering Prime Minister was compared to a “beaten dog” following the 17-hours of gruelling negotiations with eurozone leaders …read more Source:...

    Number of Russian and Ukrainian tourists visiting Bulgaria dwindles significantly
    Jul13

    Number of Russian and Ukrainian tourists visiting Bulgaria dwindles significantly

    The number of the Russian and the Ukrainian tourist visiting the Bulgarian seacoast has dwindled significantly, the General Secretary of the Bulgarian Hotel and Restaurant Association Veselin Nalbantov announced. In his view, the decline was expected, because these people live in military areas and have become poorer due to the military conflicts...

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