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    Trump is huge in Poland. So, there’s that.
    Jul06

    Trump is huge in Poland. So, there’s that.

    One thing is certain after the first formal speech of Donald Trump’s second trip to Europe as president: Polish-American relations are in great shape. Other close U.S. allies, like Australia, Britain, Canada, France, Germany and South Korea might feel frustrated by their dealings with the new administration. Not the Polish...

    Trump warns Putin to stop aggression in Syria and Ukraine
    Jul06

    Trump warns Putin to stop aggression in Syria and Ukraine

    President Donald Trump’s meeting with Polish President Andrzej Duda during a whirlwind visit to Warsaw comes on the front end of a journey to Germany for Friday and Saturday’s G20 summit. …read more Source: Daily...

    Trump to European Leaders: Look at US as Energy Exporter
    Jul06

    Trump to European Leaders: Look at US as Energy Exporter

    U.S. President Donald Trump urged the leaders of central and eastern European nations Thursday to enter into agreements to purchase U.S. energy exports, instead of relying heavily on imports from Russia. “America stands ready to help Poland and other European nations diversify their energy supplies, so that you can never be held hostage to...

    Merkel and Trump discuss North Korea, Middle East, Ukraine | Reuters
    Jul06

    Merkel and Trump discuss North Korea, Middle East, Ukraine | Reuters

    The post Merkel and Trump discuss North Korea, Middle East, Ukraine | Reuters appeared first on Firstpost. …read more Source:...

    Kernel takes over Ukrainian assets worth $43.3 mln
    Jul06

    Kernel takes over Ukrainian assets worth $43.3 mln

    WSE-listed Ukrainian edible oil producer Kernel acquired a farming company for $43.3 million, the company said in a market filing. “ The purchased entity leases 27.5k farmland, and has the capacity to store 170k metric tons of grain. It also has a positive net working capital (minus net debt) in excess of $4 million. The… This content is for...

    Trump Holds Talks With Merkel As Police Clash With Protesters Ahead Of G20 Summit
    Jul06

    Trump Holds Talks With Merkel As Police Clash With Protesters Ahead Of G20 Summit

    U.S. President Donald Trump has held talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in the city of Hamburg, a day before the start of the Group of 20 summit. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    UK concerned at 'faltering' Ukraine reforms – foreign minister Johnson
    Jul06

    UK concerned at 'faltering' Ukraine reforms – foreign minister Johnson

    LONDON (Reuters) – British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Thursday he was worried Ukrainian government reforms were faltering, citing concerns over the selection of Supreme Court judges and obstacles facing anti-graft civil society groups. …read more Source: The...

    With U.S.-Russia Relations Plummeting, Trump Set To Meet Putin For First Time
    Jul06

    With U.S.-Russia Relations Plummeting, Trump Set To Meet Putin For First Time

    U.S. President Donald Trump is set to hold what may be the most consequential meeting of his 6-month-old presidency — a face-to-face sit-down with Russian leader Vladimir Putin — in an effort aimed at stemming the deepening crisis in U.S.-Russia relations. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Trump, Merkel Meet Ahead of G-20 Summit in Hamburg
    Jul06

    Trump, Merkel Meet Ahead of G-20 Summit in Hamburg

    U.S. President Donald Trump discussed a variety of global issues late Thursday in Hamburg with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, one of his frequent critics on the world stage, just ahead of Friday’s start of the G-20 summit of the leaders of the world’s biggest economies. The two leaders met in a hotel, briefly greeting each other in...

    UK concerned at ‘faltering’ Ukraine reforms: foreign minister Johnson
    Jul06

    UK concerned at ‘faltering’ Ukraine reforms: foreign minister Johnson

    LONDON (Reuters) – British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Thursday he was worried Ukrainian government reforms were faltering, citing concerns over the selection of Supreme Court judges and obstacles facing anti-graft civil society groups. …read more Source:...