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    Putin says new gas pipeline will boost annexed Crimea’s economy
    Dec27

    Putin says new gas pipeline will boost annexed Crimea’s economy

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia on Tuesday activated a pipeline carrying Russian gas to Crimea with President Vladimir Putin hailing it as a step that would power economic growth on a peninsula Moscow annexed from Ukraine in 2014. The post Putin says new gas pipeline will boost annexed Crimea’s economy appeared first on LIBYA NEWS TODAY....

    Warning of Russia, Dutch PM confident on Ukraine deal
    Dec16

    Warning of Russia, Dutch PM confident on Ukraine deal

    KIEV/THE HAGUE (Reuters) – Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said he was confident parliament would approve a European Union compromise designed to rescue a cooperation accord between Ukraine and the bloc after Dutch voters rejected it in a referendum. The post Warning of Russia, Dutch PM confident on Ukraine deal appeared first on LIBYA NEWS...

    Ukraine commends EU step to secure association deal
    Dec16

    Ukraine commends EU step to secure association deal

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Friday praised a European Union decision which paves the way for final agreement on a cooperation accord between Ukraine and the bloc. The post Ukraine commends EU step to secure association deal appeared first on LIBYA NEWS TODAY. …read more Source: Libya News...

    EU agrees to extend Russia sanctions until mid-2017 in a signal to Trump
    Dec16

    EU agrees to extend Russia sanctions until mid-2017 in a signal to Trump

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union leaders agreed on Thursday to extend economic sanctions against Russia over the turmoil in Ukraine until mid-2017, though some wanted a longer timespan over fear U.S. President-elect Donald Trump would ease pressure on Moscow. The post EU agrees to extend Russia sanctions until mid-2017 in a signal to Trump...

    EU agrees to extend Russia sanctions until mid-2017
    Dec15

    EU agrees to extend Russia sanctions until mid-2017

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union leaders agreed on Thursday to extend the bloc’s main economic sanctions against Russia over the turmoil in Ukraine for six months until mid-2017, diplomats said. The post EU agrees to extend Russia sanctions until mid-2017 appeared first on LIBYA NEWS TODAY. …read more Source: Libya News...

    EU agrees to extend Russia sanctions until mid-2017: diplomats
    Dec15

    EU agrees to extend Russia sanctions until mid-2017: diplomats

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union leaders agreed on Thursday to extend the bloc’s main economic sanctions against Russia over the turmoil in Ukraine for six months until mid-2017, diplomats said. sanctions-idUSKBN144289?feedType=RSS&feedName=worldNews>Read more The post EU agrees to extend Russia sanctions until mid-2017: diplomats...

    EU leaders agree to extend Russia sanctions until mid-2017: diplomats
    Dec15

    EU leaders agree to extend Russia sanctions until mid-2017: diplomats

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union leaders agreed on Thursday to extend the bloc’s main economic sanctions against Russia over the turmoil in Ukraine for six months until mid-2017, diplomats said. The post EU leaders agree to extend Russia sanctions until mid-2017: diplomats appeared first on LIBYA NEWS TODAY. …read more Source:...

    NATO-Russia Council to meet on Monday: Stoltenberg
    Dec15

    NATO-Russia Council to meet on Monday: Stoltenberg

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – NATO envoys will hold a formal meeting with Russia on Monday after Moscow agreed to discuss the conflict in eastern Ukraine and as the alliance seeks to avoid any escalation of the East-West standoff. The post NATO-Russia Council to meet on Monday: Stoltenberg appeared first on LIBYA NEWS TODAY. …read more Source: Libya...

    Dutch PM Rutte: ‘a bit more optimistic’ on Ukraine deal at EU summit
    Dec15

    Dutch PM Rutte: ‘a bit more optimistic’ on Ukraine deal at EU summit

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said on Thursday he was “a bit more optimistic” that EU leaders would back additional caveats to the bloc’s landmark agreement with Ukraine, key to helping the former Soviet state move out of Russia’s orbit. The post Dutch PM Rutte: ‘a bit more optimistic’ on...

    EU leaders to endorse Dutch demands on Ukraine: sources
    Dec14

    EU leaders to endorse Dutch demands on Ukraine: sources

    BRUSSELS/AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – European Union leaders, anxious to preserve a landmark cooperation agreement with Ukraine, will address Dutch concerns on Thursday by saying the deal does not give Kiev the status of a candidate for membership of the bloc, diplomats said. The post EU leaders to endorse Dutch demands on Ukraine: sources appeared...

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