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    Polish leader recalls 1943 slaughter of Poles by Ukrainians
    Jul11

    Polish leader recalls 1943 slaughter of Poles by Ukrainians

    The leader of Poland’s ruling party has commemorated a massacre of Poles by Ukrainians during World War II, describing it as genocide and saying it should not be forgotten …read more Source: U.S....

    Germany’s Angela Merkel says talks with Britain on EU exit won’t be easy
    Jul11

    Germany’s Angela Merkel says talks with Britain on EU exit won’t be easy

    (From L to R) Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, British Prime Minister David Cameron, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, President Barack Obama, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and French President Francois Hollande, at PGE National Stadium in Warsaw, Poland, Saturday, July 9, 2016. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh) Negotiations between the European...

    Bulgaria’s Trade with Third Countries Dropped in Jan-May
    Jul11

    Bulgaria’s Trade with Third Countries Dropped in Jan-May

    According to preliminary figures of the National Statistical Institute (NSI) released on Monday, Bulgaria’s trade with third countries decreased in the first five months of this year. Between January and May 2016, Bulgarian exports to third countries exceeded BGN 5.7 B, recording a decrease of 15.4 % compared to the same period last year....

    Russia Accuses ‘Destructive’ NATO of Living in an Alternate Reality
    Jul11

    Russia Accuses ‘Destructive’ NATO of Living in an Alternate Reality

    Russia has accused NATO allies of living in an “alternative reality” that threatens the security of its own people, following the alliance’s decision to reinforce its eastern flank. Allied leaders met in Warsaw last week to discuss NATO’s future, agreeing a handful of measures intended to alleviate concern among countries near or...

    Canadian PM: Russia Wasn’t ‘Positive Partner’ In Minsk Cease-Fire Deal
    Jul11

    Canadian PM: Russia Wasn’t ‘Positive Partner’ In Minsk Cease-Fire Deal

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Russia has not been a “positive partner” as regards its obligations in international efforts to end a Moscow-backed separatist conflict in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Big News...

    Ukraine, Canada sign trade deal during Trudeau’s visit
    Jul11

    Ukraine, Canada sign trade deal during Trudeau’s visit

    Agreement needs to be ratified by both the countries’ parliaments before it can come into force …read more Source: The Globe and...

    Canada’s prime minister on visit to Ukraine
    Jul11

    Canada’s prime minister on visit to Ukraine

    MOSCOW (AP) — Ukraine and Canada on Monday signed a free trade agreement during Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s first visit to Ukraine. Canada is home to a sizeable Ukrainian minority and has been a key backer for Ukraine during the two-year separatist war in the east. President Petro Poroshenko told a news conference at the end of...

    Canadian PM: Russia Wasn’t ‘Positive Partner’ In Minsk Cease-Fire Deal
    Jul11

    Canadian PM: Russia Wasn’t ‘Positive Partner’ In Minsk Cease-Fire Deal

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Russia has not been a “positive partner” as regards its obligations in international efforts to end a Moscow-backed separatist conflict in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Trudeau won’t say if Canada to keep sending troops to Ukraine to train military
    Jul11

    Trudeau won’t say if Canada to keep sending troops to Ukraine to train military

    KYIV, Ukraine — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada will continue to stand with Ukraine in its struggle with Russia, but he won’t say if Canada will keep supplying troops to train Ukraine’s military. In a joint press conference in Kyiv, where a free trade deal was signed between Canada and Ukraine, Ukrainian President Petro...

    Canadian PM Justin Trudeau says Russia not been “positive partner” on Minsk ceasefire
    Jul11

    Canadian PM Justin Trudeau says Russia not been “positive partner” on Minsk ceasefire

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, right, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau smile as they talk to each other during a signing ceremony in Kiev, Ukraine. (Source: AP Photo) Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Monday that Russia has not been a “positive partner” as regards its obligations in the Minsk ceasefire agreement to...