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    Ukraine International Airlines Doubles Flights to Yerevan
    Jun16

    Ukraine International Airlines Doubles Flights to Yerevan

    Starting from July 15, 2016 Ukraine International Airlines will be operating 14 flights a week instead of current 7 on the direction Kyiv-Yerevan-Kyiv. This destination has recently started to become more popular especially for passengers, who have chosen Europe as … …read more Source:...

    Belarus MFA: Meeting of Normandy Four representatives in Minsk continues
    Jun16

    Belarus MFA: Meeting of Normandy Four representatives in Minsk continues

    “The meeting is in progress. Minsk has repeatedly hosted the talks on the ways to settle the conflict in Ukraine in various formats,” said spokesman for the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. …read more Source:...

    Turkey ‘Suspends Readmission Agreement with Bulgaria’
    Jun16

    Turkey ‘Suspends Readmission Agreement with Bulgaria’

    Turkey has unilaterally suspended the migrant readmission agreement with Bulgaria, media sources say. Ankara has already informed Bulgaria’s ministries of interior and foreign affairs about the move which was personally ordered by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, according to daily 24 Chasa. Several national news outlets quote government...

    Ukraine International Airlines Doubles Flights to Yerevan
    Jun16

    Ukraine International Airlines Doubles Flights to Yerevan

    Starting from July 15, 2016 Ukraine International Airlines will be operating 14 flights a week instead of current 7 on the direction Kyiv-Yerevan-Kyiv. …read more Source:...

    E.U. Leaders Gather in Russia, Potentially to Ease Sanctions
    Jun16

    E.U. Leaders Gather in Russia, Potentially to Ease Sanctions

    (ST. PETERSBURG, Russia) — After a two-year break, which felt more like a boycott, European leaders and chief executives of top multinational companies are back at Russia’s top economic gathering in a sign of weariness about European sanctions against Moscow. Russia’s annexation of Crimea in March 2014 and its support for separatist...

    French head of EU foreign service quits in shake-up
    Jun16

    French head of EU foreign service quits in shake-up

    The head of the European Union’s foreign service, French diplomat Alain Le Roy, has resigned after differences with EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini, EU diplomats said. Le Roy’s departure “for personal reasons” just 16 months after he took the job of secretary-general of the European External Action Service was disclosed in...

    Norway and USA to Clear Mine Fileds in Iraq, Syria and Ukraine
    Jun16

    Norway and USA to Clear Mine Fileds in Iraq, Syria and Ukraine

    Norway and the United States are joining forces to cleare landmines in three countries. …read more Source: The Nordic...

    Ten things Cameron should do if we vote “Remain”
    Jun16

    Ten things Cameron should do if we vote “Remain”

    Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech to EasyJet employees at the company’s Airport hangar in Luton, 24th May 2016 ©Jack Taylor/AP/Press Association Images : What would Brexit do to the pound? If the UK votes on 23rd June to stay in the EU, Britain and its partners will face a choice: to carry on with their previous dysfunctional...

    Russia building military ‘zone of influence’: NATO
    Jun16

    Russia building military ‘zone of influence’: NATO

    Moscow is seeking to create a “zone of influence through military means”, NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg said Thursday, adding that the alliance has observed major and aggressive manoeuvres on the Russian side. NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg speaks during a press confenrence following a meeting of NATO defence ministers with their Ukrainian...

    Jens Stoltenberg: NATO troop deployment right response to aggressive Russia
    Jun16

    Jens Stoltenberg: NATO troop deployment right response to aggressive Russia

    Russia is trying to expand its sphere of influence by military means, and NATO’s deployment of up to 4,000 multinational troops in the Baltic states and Poland “is an appropriate response” to the country’s “aggressive actions,” NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg told German tabloid Bild in an interview published Thursday. “We...