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    EU Extends Russia Sanctions over Crimea for 1 Year
    Jun17

    EU Extends Russia Sanctions over Crimea for 1 Year

    The European Union has extended for another year some of its sanctions targeting Russia over its annexation of the Crimean peninsula.For two years, the 28-nation EU has imposed ever more punitive measures on Russia to protest what it calls “the illegal annexation of Crimea… …read more Source:...

    Putin calls to improve ties with the EU despite sanctions
    Jun17

    Putin calls to improve ties with the EU despite sanctions

    Russian President Vladimir Putin addresses the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum in St.Petersburg, Russia, Friday, June 17, 2016. Photo: AP PETERSBURG: Russian President Vladimir Putin called on European leaders on Friday to improve ties with his country despite sanctions after meeting with European investors who said they want to...

    The Latest: Renzi: Minsk Deal Key to Ending Russia Sanctions
    Jun17

    The Latest: Renzi: Minsk Deal Key to Ending Russia Sanctions

    Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi says the fulfillment of the Minsk peace deal for eastern Ukraine is essential for lifting Western sanctions against Russia …read more Source: ABC...

    Putin Calls to Improve Ties With the EU Despite Sanctions
    Jun17

    Putin Calls to Improve Ties With the EU Despite Sanctions

    Russian President Vladimir Putin called on European leaders on Friday to improve ties with his country despite sanctions after meeting with European investors who said they want to expand their businesses there. Speaking at Russia’s top economic conference, Putin said top German and French investors expressed their plans to invest more in...

    EU extends sanctions against Russia over Crimea (AFP)
    Jun17

    EU extends sanctions against Russia over Crimea (AFP)

    Brussels (AFP) – The European Union on Friday rolled over for another year sanctions imposed to protest Russia’s 2014 annexation of Crimea from Ukraine, which the bloc deems illegal. …read more Source: The West...

    Volunteers from Diaspora visit VivaCell-MTS headquarters
    Jun17

    Volunteers from Diaspora visit VivaCell-MTS headquarters

    VivaCell-MTS hosted a group of young Diaspora Armenian volunteers from different countries aged between 20 and 32 years, who serve as volunteers for an average of 4 months each, and are ready to apply their professional skills in the regions of our country, the press office of VivaCell-MTS has told ArmInfo. VivaCell-MTS General Manager Ralph...

    U.S. Will Patrol the Black Sea Despite Russian Warnings
    Jun17

    U.S. Will Patrol the Black Sea Despite Russian Warnings

    The U.S. will stay in the Black Sea says a U.S. Navy Secretary on Thursday, despite Russia warning that the patrolling U.S. destroyer undermines regional security. Speaking to Reuters, Navy Secretary Ray Mabus says it is the U.S. Navy’s role to deter aggression and keep sea lanes open in the Black Sea basin, which bounded by Russia,...

    Putin says Russia has no grudge against EU, ready to improve ties
    Jun17

    Putin says Russia has no grudge against EU, ready to improve ties

    President Vladimir Putin said on Friday Russia did not hold a grudge against the European Union and was ready to work to improve relations with the bloc, which he said was still a key trade partner. Speaking at the annual St Petersburg International Economic Forum, Putin played down economic difficulties caused by Western sanctions imposed over...

    The Latest: Putin: Russia doesn’t want return to Cold War
    Jun17

    The Latest: Putin: Russia doesn’t want return to Cold War

    ST. PETERSBURG, Russia (AP) — The Latest from the Russian Economic Forum in St. Petersburg (all times local): 3:50 p.m. President Vladimir Putin says Russia doesn’t need a new Cold War and that the country’s policy is “aimed at cooperation and search for compromise.” Speaking at Russia’s major economic forum Friday, he...

    Urging Canada to join NATO forces in Baltics, Latvia says it would send ‘very strong message’ to Russia
    Jun17

    Urging Canada to join NATO forces in Baltics, Latvia says it would send ‘very strong message’ to Russia

    OTTAWA — Comparisons with Cold War Berlin were invoked this week, as Latvian and Canadian officials discussed ways to bolster NATO’s military presence in eastern Europe as a check against Russian aggression. Latvia’s state secretary for foreign affairs, Andrejs Pildegovics, met with Canadian counterparts Thursday in Ottawa to...