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    Europe must not leave Ukraine in the lurch | Der Spiegel – Germany
    Feb07

    Europe must not leave Ukraine in the lurch | Der Spiegel – Germany

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    Azerbaijan, Ukraine impose restrictions on imports of goods from Karabakh, Donbas
    Feb07

    Azerbaijan, Ukraine impose restrictions on imports of goods from Karabakh, Donbas

    Ukraine and Azerbaijan have decided not to allow goods ‘made on the territories that are not under control of Baku and Kyiv’ to enter their territories without permits from official authorities, Interfax reports, quoting Ukrainian Ambassador to Azerbaijan Oleksandr Mischenko. “During the visit of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to Baku...

    Angela Merkel: German Chancellor unites conservatives for ‘toughest race yet’
    Feb07

    Angela Merkel: German Chancellor unites conservatives for ‘toughest race yet’

    Merkel faces multiple challenges at home, and a confused picture in Europe and internationally. German Chancellor Angela Merkel formally united her conservative block behind her re-election bid Monday, despite discord over migrant policy, as she faces tough challenges from both the right and left.While a huge refugee influx has fuelled the rise...

    Mischenko: Ukraine and Azerbaijan agreed to block Nagorno Karabakh  and Donbass manufactured products
    Feb07

    Mischenko: Ukraine and Azerbaijan agreed to block Nagorno Karabakh  and Donbass manufactured products

    ArmInfo.Ukraina and Azerbaijan agreed to block products manufactured in Nagorno Karabakh and Donbass, Alexander Mischenko, the Ambassador of Ukraine to Azerbaijan told InterFax agency. “During Piotr Poroshenko’s visit to Baku the leaders of two countries issued instructions to custom entities of Ukraine and Azerbaijan to meet and to...

    Azerbaijan, Ukraine ban import of goods from occupied territories
    Feb07

    Azerbaijan, Ukraine ban import of goods from occupied territories

    Azerbaijan and Ukraine have agreed to prohibit importation of goods produced in the occupied territories of the two countries, without the approval of the authorities. …read more Source:...

    Nile Establishment for International Trade targets exporting 60,000 tonnes of oranges in 2017
    Feb07

    Nile Establishment for International Trade targets exporting 60,000 tonnes of oranges in 2017

    The Nile Establishment for International Trade aims to export 60,000 tonnes of oranges worth $27m in 2017, up from 41,000 tonnes at $18.5m in 2016, with an average price of $450 per tonne. The head of exports and logistics, Nader Shanab, said that the company targets to hit an increase of 46%. He added that the decision to float the Egyptian...

    Turkey to produce long-range missiles in light of its nuclear ambitions
    Feb07

    Turkey to produce long-range missiles in light of its nuclear ambitions

    According to the country’s procurement office, Turkey’s state-controlled missile-maker Roketsan is developing a long-range ground-to-ground missile and weapons system. The Undersecretariat for Defense Industries, or SSM, said that “deliveries continue on in line with the program’s timetable.” However, it is still unclear if...

    Rinkevics: EU should clearly demonstrate support for Ukrainian people  – The Baltic Times
    Feb07

    Rinkevics: EU should clearly demonstrate support for Ukrainian people – The Baltic Times

    RIGA, Feb 6, BNS – This coming March, three years will have passed since the illegal and illegitimate annexation of Crimea; therefore, the EU sh…… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Russian diplomat blames Kiev for military hardware pullback failure
    Feb07

    Russian diplomat blames Kiev for military hardware pullback failure

    The pullback of military hardware in Donbass on February 5 failed to take place due to Kiev’s acts of provocation, Russia’s OSCE Ambassador Alexander Lukashevich told Rossiya 24 television. TASS reports. “Of course, there was a talk of the situation … …read more Source:...

    EU wants Ukraine ceasefire respected amid renewed fighting
    Feb07

    EU wants Ukraine ceasefire respected amid renewed fighting

    EU foreign ministers met in Brussels to discuss, among other things, the escalating violence in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source:...