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    EU puts brake on visa liberalisation for now amid immigration fears
    Jun01

    EU puts brake on visa liberalisation for now amid immigration fears

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union states held off agreeing to ease travel rules for Georgia on Wednesday, and Turkey, Ukraine and Kosovo should also expect more delays in visa waiving as the bloc turns more cautious amid immigration fears, EU delegation sources said. …read more Source: The...

    Next round of talks on resolving Ukraine conflict in Minsk on 15 June
    Jun01

    Next round of talks on resolving Ukraine conflict in Minsk on 15 June

    Martin Sajdik told media that on 1 June the subgroup on security affairs was busy discussing ways to cease combat operations, in particular, by reinforcing the special center for control and coordination. …read more Source:...

    Call for prosecuting OSCE mission assailants in Ukraine
    Jun01

    Call for prosecuting OSCE mission assailants in Ukraine

    Martin Sajdik said: “I am particularly concerned about the ceasefire violations that have resulted in military and civilian casualties and about the recent deliberate violations with regard to the unarmed personnel and assets of the OSCE special monitoring mission in Ukraine.” …read more Source:...

    Pro-Russian rebels accuse Ukraine of fresh offensive
    Jun01

    Pro-Russian rebels accuse Ukraine of fresh offensive

    Pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine Wednesday accused government soldiers of launching a new offensive near a prized but obliterated airport in the separatists’ de facto capital of Donetsk. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Kremlin Cannot Intimidate Romania, Says President
    Jun01

    Kremlin Cannot Intimidate Romania, Says President

    Romania will not be frightened by Russia’s objections to its NATO activities, Romanian President Klaus Iohannis said in a statement on Tuesday. The former communist country, now an EU and NATO member, borders Ukraine and has agreed to host military kit for a U.S. missile defense shield. The project has taken over a decade to implement and...

    The ‘killing machine in a skirt’ set to give Putin a bloody nose as new Ukraine politician
    Jun01

    The ‘killing machine in a skirt’ set to give Putin a bloody nose as new Ukraine politician

    FEARS are growing for a huge war between Russia and Ukraine after a “killing machine in a skirt” issued a fiery message to Vladimir Putin. …read more Source:...

    Seven documents will be signed at a meeting of the Council of CIS Heads of Government in Bishkek
    Jun01

    Seven documents will be signed at a meeting of the Council of CIS Heads of Government in Bishkek

    Bishkek, June 1 / Kabar /. 20 issues will be considered, seven documents will be signed at the meeting of the Council of CIS Heads of Government, director of Integration Associations Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Bolot Mukashev told at the press conference in Bishkek. The meeting of CIS Heads of Government will be held on June 7...

    EU adjourns again visa-free travel for Georgia amid immigration fears
    Jun01

    EU adjourns again visa-free travel for Georgia amid immigration fears

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union states held off agreeing to ease travel rules for Georgia on Wednesday, and Turkey, Ukraine and Kosovo should also expect more delays in visa waiving as the bloc turns more cautious amid immigration fears, EU delegation sources said. …read more Source:...

    Serena sweeps aside Svitolina as schedule fears grip players
    Jun01

    Serena sweeps aside Svitolina as schedule fears grip players

    Paris, Wednesday @PeopleSports11 Defending champion Serena Williams brushed off concerns about a busy playing schedule after powering into the French Open quarter-finals on Wednesday. Williams reached the last eight at Roland Garros for the 10th time after pulverising 18th seed Elina Svitolina of Ukraine 6-1, 6-1 in just over an hour on Court...

    Brest, Terespol to hold international run on 4 June
    Jun01

    Brest, Terespol to hold international run on 4 June

    The competition will be held for the 11th time and will feature 100 runners from Belarus, Poland, Ukraine and Russia. The runners will begin their journey from the regional sports complex Brestsky and finish in the Polish Terespol. …read more Source:...