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    ‘Cannabis island’ found in Crimea
    Jul10

    ‘Cannabis island’ found in Crimea

    Police find haul of cannabis plants on a manmade island. …read more Source:...

    Russia’s Putin upbeat on Ukraine crisis solution
    Jul10

    Russia’s Putin upbeat on Ukraine crisis solution

    UFA, Russia (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday that there were more chances for Ukraine crisis to be successfully resolved rather than for it to fail. …read more Source:...

    List of Transatlantic Caucus participants
    Jul10

    List of Transatlantic Caucus participants

    Anders Ahnlid, Ambassador, Permanent Representation of Sweden to the EU, Brussels Irena Andrassy, Deputy Head of Cabinet of Commissioner Neven Mimica, Brussels Maria Asenius, Head of Cabinet, Commissioner Cecilia Malmström, European Commission, Brussels Petras Austrevicius, Lithuanian MEP, Chairman of delegation for relations with Afghanistan,...

    “Helsinki legacy at risk, trust needs to be restored”
    Jul10

    “Helsinki legacy at risk, trust needs to be restored”

    Ivica Dacic stated on Friday that the Helsinki legacy is at risk because of the Ukrainian crisis, and called for the restoration of trust among OSCE members. Dacic is the OSCE chairperson-in-office and Serbia0s first deputy prime minister and foreign minister. …read more Source:...

    CESEC Countries Move to Build Integrated Gas Market
    Jul10

    CESEC Countries Move to Build Integrated Gas Market

    Fifteen EU and Energy Community countries in Central Eastern Europe and Southeastern Europe agreed on Friday to join forces to speed up the creation of missing gas infrastructure links, the European Commission said. Most of those countries do not have access to a diversified gas supply mainly due to missing infrastructure links to alternative gas...

    Bulgarian Exports to Third Countries Register 10.4 % Increase in January-May
    Jul10

    Bulgarian Exports to Third Countries Register 10.4 % Increase in January-May

    Between January and May, Bulgarian exports to third countries increased by 10.4 % compared to the same period in 2014 and amounted to BGN 6.8 B. This is revealed by the preliminary estimates of the National Statistical Institute (NSI), which were released on Friday. The main trading partners of Bulgaria were Turkey, China, Serbia, the USA, Russia...

    Greek crisis: Washington doesn’t want a Grexit | De Morgen – Belgium
    Jul10

    Greek crisis: Washington doesn’t want a Grexit | De Morgen – Belgium

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    Bulgaria’s export for third countries goes up; import declines
    Jul10

    Bulgaria’s export for third countries goes up; import declines

    In the period January-May 2015 export from Bulgaria to countries outside the European Union has increased by 10% on the same period of 2014 and amounts to around EUR 3.5 billion. Bulgaria’s major trade partners outside the EU are: Turkey, China, Serbia, USA, the Russian Federation and Singapore, which form 50.6% of Bulgaria’s exports...

    Bulgaria’s Army continues joint exercises
    Jul10

    Bulgaria’s Army continues joint exercises

    In the period July-August Bulgaria’s army continues the series of joint drills with NATO allies and partner countries. July 12 is the closing date of the Breeze 2015 naval drill encompassing vessels from Bulgaria, Greece, Romania, USA and Turkey. Other military drills during the period are: Platinum Lion 15 – 3 Land Operations with military...

    Poroshenko says terrorist threat in Ukraine has “significantly risen”
    Jul10

    Poroshenko says terrorist threat in Ukraine has “significantly risen”

    KIEV (Reuters) – President Petro Poroshenko said on Friday the threat of terrorism had “significantly risen” in Ukraine, describing the country as awash with weapons trafficked from the east where a shaky ceasefire has eased fighting against pro-Russian rebels. …read more Source:...

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