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    In the loop October 28: Polish vote, EU-Ukraine sanctions, revolving door
    Oct28

    In the loop October 28: Polish vote, EU-Ukraine sanctions, revolving door

    This week POLITICO’s lobbying reporter James Panichi chats with Jan Cienski, news editor, about the outcome of the Polish parliamentary election on October 25. What is the impact on Europe now that the Polish right returns to power? Nicholas Hirst, antitrust & competition reporter, joins to discuss European sanctions against a Ukrainian...

    Measures in place to prevent queues in Minsk National Airport
    Oct28

    Measures in place to prevent queues in Minsk National Airport

    The airport division of the Belarusian customs service stated on 27 October that they were getting ready to meet the increased number of transit passengers in flights between Belarus and Ukraine and between Belarus and Russia. …read more Source:...

    “Neither EU nor Russia decide about referendums in Serbia”
    Oct28

    “Neither EU nor Russia decide about referendums in Serbia”

    Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic stated Wednesday that Serbia, not Russia or Brussels, decides whether to hold a referendum on its EU accession.During their recent visit to Crimea, the leadership of the opposition Democratic Party of Serbia (DSS) asked for Russia’s support in order for a referendum on refusal of EU accession to be held....

    Poroshenko and Merkel discuss elections in Ukraine and situation in Donbas
    Oct28

    Poroshenko and Merkel discuss elections in Ukraine and situation in Donbas

    President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko had a phone conversation with Federal Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel during which the parties discussed local self-government elections in Ukraine and situation in Donbas. …read more Source:...

    [Feature] Ukraine far from normal, despite EU-brokered ceasefire
    Oct28

    [Feature] Ukraine far from normal, despite EU-brokered ceasefire

    With Ukraine fading from the headlines amid Russia’s intervention in Syria, EUobserver visited the war-torn country to see the reality behind the EU-brokered ceasefire. …read more Source:...

    Bangladesh falls 2 notches in Ease of Doing Business List
    Oct28

    Bangladesh falls 2 notches in Ease of Doing Business List

    Global ranking slips to 174 as indicators in starting business, paying taxes and getting electricity Bangladesh’s global ranking has slipped in ease of doing business, standing at 174th position among 189 nations as the country’s performance deteriorated on indicators, including starting business, paying taxes and getting electricity....

    Ukraine Conflict Update: Donetsk Separatists Announce Weapons Pullback
    Oct28

    Ukraine Conflict Update: Donetsk Separatists Announce Weapons Pullback

    The self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic announced Wednesday it would begin the drawback of larger mortars from the front lines in eastern Ukraine on Nov. 6, Russian state news agency Tass reported. The announcement comes at precarious moment after a Ukrainian soldier was killed Tuesday. …read more Source: International Business...

    Vejonis underlines Baltic support to Ukraine  – The Baltic Times
    Oct28

    Vejonis underlines Baltic support to Ukraine – The Baltic Times

    During his state visit to Ukraine, Latvian President Raimonds Vejonis underlined the importance of Latvia’s support to the country…. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Freedom Closer Than Seems: Lawyer on Savchenko’s Prospects to Return
    Oct28

    Freedom Closer Than Seems: Lawyer on Savchenko’s Prospects to Return

    Ukrainian pilot and Member of Parliament, held in Russian prison, Nadia Savchenko, will return to Ukraine in 2016, according to her lawyer, Mark Feygin. …read more Source:...

    Russian FSB Head Warns Of Growing CIS Security Threat
    Oct28

    Russian FSB Head Warns Of Growing CIS Security Threat

    Russia initiated its campaign of air strikes in Syria primarily to prevent militants fighting with Islamic State (IS) from returning to their home countries in the former Soviet Union, says the head of Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB). …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...