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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    “Armenia’s Authorities Appeared in not such an Advantageous Situation”
    Jul12

    “Armenia’s Authorities Appeared in not such an Advantageous Situation”

    These days the second NATO summit was over, within which officials of NATO member countries stated the resolutions of cornerstone importance to the world. “168 Hours” talked to Sergey Gerasimchuk, Ukrainian analyst, Head of International program of Group of Strategic Studies and Defence Studies (Ukraine) around the summit results. Mr....

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Canadian troops in Ukraine
    Jul12

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Canadian troops in Ukraine

    President Petro Poroshenko made a personal request to Trudeau on Monday to extend training mission due to end next March …read more Source: The Globe and...

    Trudeau speaks to 200 Canadian troops in Ukraine
    Jul12

    Trudeau speaks to 200 Canadian troops in Ukraine

    Trudeau didn’t say anything about whether the training mission will be extended. It is due to end next March, although Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko made a personal request to Trudeau on Monday to extend it. …read more Source: Toronto...

    VivaCell-MTS has spent AMD 705.9 million for paying tuition fee of around 750 students over seven years
    Jul12

    VivaCell-MTS has spent AMD 705.9 million for paying tuition fee of around 750 students over seven years

    It is now the seventh year that VivaCell- MTS launched tuition fee reimbursement assistance program. The beneficiaries of the program are students from vulnerable social groups as well as with special needs, who have a good standing at university. The press office of VivaCell-MTS has told ArmIfo that owing to the program, higher education has...

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Canadian troops in Ukraine
    Jul12

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Canadian troops in Ukraine

    LVIV, Ukraine — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is visiting Canadian troops in Ukraine before heading home from a six-day trip to Eastern Europe. Speaking to some of the 200 soldiers who have been based near the western city of Lviv since January, Trudeau emphasized the importance of continuing to support Ukraine in its struggle with Russia....

    Spain, Portugal in line for penalties on budget deficits
    Jul12

    Spain, Portugal in line for penalties on budget deficits

    EU finance ministers have given the European Commission the green light to pursue potential sanctions against Portugal and Spain for failing to meet the bloc’s budgetary rules. The ministers made the decision today after scrutinizing an assessment by the Commission, which concluded that the Iberian countries had failed to take “effective...

    Spain arrests Ukrainians, Russians accused of crime syndicate links
    Jul12

    Spain arrests Ukrainians, Russians accused of crime syndicate links

    MADRID (Reuters) – Eleven people of primarily Ukrainian and Russian origin were arrested on Tuesday in Barcelona accused of connections with organised crime and money laundering, the Spanish anti-corruption prosecutor’s office said. …read more Source: The...

    Germany to affirm stronger role on world stage
    Jul12

    Germany to affirm stronger role on world stage

    BERLIN (AP) — Germany is affirming its growing role on the world stage in new security guidelines that mark another step away from its caution after World War II. A draft defense policy paper obtained by The Associated Press Tuesday and due to be presented on Wednesday states that “Germany is a globally highly connected country … which has a...

    Brexit puts Germany firmly in charge of Europe
    Jul12

    Brexit puts Germany firmly in charge of Europe

    Irrespective of petitions, speculation about when Article 50 will be triggered and the implosion of the UK’s two leading political parties, one thing is certain in post-referendum Britain – the country has voluntarily and irrevocably surrendered its privileged place within the inner circle of EU leaders. Nature – and politics – abhors a...

    “NATO countries understood that Russia is getting more aggressive”
    Jul12

    “NATO countries understood that Russia is getting more aggressive”

    NATO doesn’t want a clash, NATO is not going to arouse problems for neighboring countries, but the member states of the Union has a security issue and the population of about 1 billion has presented a claim for ensuring security. Expert at the Armenian Institute of International and Security Affairs (AIISA) Gevorg Melikyan has come to such...