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    EU Eyes Closer Ties With Armenia Amid Tensions Over Brussels Summit Declaration
    Nov24

    EU Eyes Closer Ties With Armenia Amid Tensions Over Brussels Summit Declaration

    The leaders of the European Union and the six Eastern Partnership countries will meet in Brussels on November 24 in an effort to deepen ties between the EU and the former Soviet republics. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    EU Leaders Prepare To Meet Eastern Neighbors
    Nov24

    EU Leaders Prepare To Meet Eastern Neighbors

    European Union leaders are set to hold a meeting aimed at deepening ties with six of the EU’s eastern neighbors. The November 24 Eastern Partnership Summit in Brussels is designed to bolster trade and promote European values in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine. The EU is expected to sign a partnership deal...

    The Diplomat vs. the Lobbyist
    Nov23

    The Diplomat vs. the Lobbyist

    One would think Paul Manafort’s current legal troubles would serve as a cautionary tale for Washington lobbyists about the perils of seeking to burnish the reputations of authoritarian political leaders from other lands. And yet these lobbyists persist, even to the point of working for sketchy Ukrainian politico-oligarchic interests with...

    Ukrainian Separatist Chief Accuses Another of Plotting Coup
    Nov23

    Ukrainian Separatist Chief Accuses Another of Plotting Coup

    A separatist leader in Ukraine’s east on Thursday accused a former official of trying to unseat him as a showdown between the two entered its third day. Breaking almost a week of silence, Igor Plotnitsky, leader of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People’s Republic, claimed that former Interior Minister Igor Kornet “tried to seize...

    Azerbaijani President met with President of Ukraine – PHOTO

    Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko met in Brussels. …read more Source:...

    Tensions down after ‘coup’ in Ukraine’s separatist region
    Nov23

    Tensions down after ‘coup’ in Ukraine’s separatist region

    While tensions appeared to abate in Lugansk two days after infighting erupted in the war-scarred region, military vehicles were still present in the city. — AFPLUGANSK, Ukraine: Tensions appeared to abate Thursday in Lugansk, a stronghold of Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine, two days after infighting erupted in the war-scarred...

    Will EU EaP Issue a War Reference to Baku?
    Nov23

    Will EU EaP Issue a War Reference to Baku?

    Only one day is left to Eastern Partnership (EaP) Summit in Brussels, in the framework of which Armenia-EU Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement (CEPA) is expected to be signed. It took around three years to define a new frame for partnership between Armenia and the EU after the Association Agreement (AA) with Deep and Comprehensive...

    Beeline in Armenia summed up the first stage of global transformation
    Nov23

    Beeline in Armenia summed up the first stage of global transformation

    ArmInfo. Beeline in Armenia summed up the first stage of the transformation, carried out within the framework of the global strategy. The press service of the company told ArmInfo. The goal of this global strategy is to turn Beeline into Armenia into a new generation company that has passed the optimization phase and is applying modern management...

    International News in Brief: Danish millions going to bolster Ukraine and Georgia
    Nov23

    International News in Brief: Danish millions going to bolster Ukraine and Georgia

    The foreign minister, Anders Samuelsen, has approved a new five-year aid program in Ukraine and Georgia worth 860 million kroner. The so called ‘neighbourhood program’ focuses on core areas within the country’s reform efforts, particularly within democracy, human rights, and sustainable and inclusive economic growth. Moving out of the...

    Millions at risk in ‘forgotten’ Ukraine crisis: Aid groups
    Nov23

    Millions at risk in ‘forgotten’ Ukraine crisis: Aid groups

    BERLIN: The “forgotten” humanitarian crisis in conflict-torn eastern Ukraine threatens millions as harsh winter weather sets in, aid groups warned on Wednesday. Action Against Hunger, Doctors of the World and other non-government groups called on the international community to help alleviate food, water and heating fuel shortages....