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    Bulgaria’s Imports from Third Countries Decreased in January
    Mar11

    Bulgaria’s Imports from Third Countries Decreased in January

    Exports of Bulgaria with third countries grew in January 2016 compared to the same month of 2015, while imports dropped in value, preliminary data of the National Statistical Institute shows. Exports increased by 6.3% amounting to BGN 1.164 B. Turkey, China, Egypt, Macedonia, Serbia, the United States, and Russia were the main export partners,...

    London court rejects extradition of former BTA Bank board chairman to Ukraine
    Mar11

    London court rejects extradition of former BTA Bank board chairman to Ukraine

    …read more Source: AKIpress News Agency

    EU extends sanctions on individuals over Ukraine to September
    Mar11

    EU extends sanctions on individuals over Ukraine to September

    The European Union on March 10th extended by six months until September sanctions against Russian and Ukrainian individuals over the conflict in Ukraine, it said in a statement, cites LETA/AFP. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    World: France says time to act on Libya, will push for EU sanctions
    Mar11

    World: France says time to act on Libya, will push for EU sanctions

    Frances foreign minister on Thursday said there was no time to waste in forming a Libyan government that would pave the way for action against Islamic State and he would push for sanctions against individuals at a European meeting next week. …read more Source: Standard...

    How Georgia’s Public Foiled Gazprom and Russia
    Mar11

    How Georgia’s Public Foiled Gazprom and Russia

    Image: Tbilisi, Georgia. Stock Photo. Pixabay.com Score one for public engagement in a former Soviet country. Grassroots protests over Georgian leaders’ plans to cozy up closer to the Russian energy giant Gazprom have led to the government dropping those plans. It’s good that the leadership has done this, because the Kremlin uses...

    Lavrov Slams ’Hypocritical’ US over Embassy Raids in Ukraine
    Mar11

    Lavrov Slams ’Hypocritical’ US over Embassy Raids in Ukraine

    Lavrov Slams ‘Hypocritical’ US over Embassy Raids in Ukraine …read more Source:...

    [Interview] Yes activist: ‘EU-Ukraine deal is none of Putin’s business’
    Mar11

    [Interview] Yes activist: ‘EU-Ukraine deal is none of Putin’s business’

    The 6 April referendum on the Ukraine treaty is important for Dutch trade and for “Europe and the world” more broadly, Michiel van Hulten, a Yes campaigner, has said. …read more Source:...

    Muraveiko: No serious military threats from Ukraine for Belarus
    Mar11

    Muraveiko: No serious military threats from Ukraine for Belarus

    According to the deputy head of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Belarus, the cooperation of the neighboring country with NATO is neither critical nor provocative for Belarus. …read more Source:...

    In France: Government says time to act on Libya, pushes for EU sanctions
    Mar11

    In France: Government says time to act on Libya, pushes for EU sanctions

    Ayrault said he would press for European foreign ministers to agree sanctions on individuals at a ministerial meeting in Brussels on March 14. France’s foreign minister on Thursday said there was no time to waste in forming a Libyan government that would pave the way for action against Islamic State and he would push for sanctions against...

    Liepaja steelworks faces shutdown threat
    Mar11

    Liepaja steelworks faces shutdown threat

    The prospect of the Liepaja Metalurgs closing its doors and hundreds of workers being laid off loomed closer Thursday the plant’s Ukrainian owners threatening a shutdown unless the government helps bail it out of financial ruin. …read more Source:...