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    Elkhan Suleymanov and Muslim Mamedov did not go to the PACE
    Jan21

    Elkhan Suleymanov and Muslim Mamedov did not go to the PACE

    Baku / 21.01.17 / Turan: On Monday PACE winter session opened in Strasbourg, which will last until 27 January. According to the Council of Europe press service, the session on the agenda are the issues of the functioning of democratic institutions in Turkey and Ukraine, the Syrian crisis, the attack on the journalists, online media and freedom of...

    Belarus chooses entry for 2017 Eurovision Song Contest
    Jan21

    Belarus chooses entry for 2017 Eurovision Song Contest

    Naviband will represent Belarus at Eurovision 2017 in Kiev, Ukraine. Artyom Lukyanenko and Ksenia Zhuk performed Story of My Life in the Belarusian language posting the highest total score thanks to the 12 points from the professional jury. …read more Source:...

    Belarus, Ukraine explore opportunities for cooperation in energy efficiency
    Jan21

    Belarus, Ukraine explore opportunities for cooperation in energy efficiency

    Igor Sokol and Sergiy Savchuk discussed the prospects for the cooperation between Belarus and Ukraine in energy efficiency, alternative energy, and the use of local fuels. …read more Source:...

    Russian Chocolate Factory Owned By Poroshenko To Close, Lay Off 700
    Jan21

    Russian Chocolate Factory Owned By Poroshenko To Close, Lay Off 700

    A chocolate maker owned by Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko announced on January 20 that it is planning to shut its factory in Russia for “economic and political reasons” and lay off 700 workers. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    In Trump We Trust: Inauguration prompts celebration in Russia
    Jan21

    In Trump We Trust: Inauguration prompts celebration in Russia

    A pedestrian walks past the store “Army of Russia”, located opposite the U.S. embassy, with an image of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump seen on the advertising board, in Moscow, Russia, January 20, 2017. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin The Kremlin may have spent years reviling America, but Russians hoping Donald Trump will usher in a new era of...

    Turkey: Syrian, Ukrainian students welcome school break
    Jan21

    Turkey: Syrian, Ukrainian students welcome school break

    Along with some 17 million public school students around Turkey, Syrian and Ukrainian students going to Turkish schools are also getting their report cards today and starting their two-week winter break. Around 57,000 Syrian students in the southeastern Turkish province of Sanliurfa are eager to see their grades and go on semester break. Sidra...

    British Remain Uneasy About New US President
    Jan20

    British Remain Uneasy About New US President

    By the historic standards of the world’s oldest debating society, it was a subdued affair. The formal motion was, “This House Welcomes the End of American Hegemony.” But it could have been reworded easily, “Will the Inauguration of Donald Trump Mark the End of America’s Global Leadership?” That was the question at the heart of what...

    America’s Russian hypocrisy
    Jan20

    America’s Russian hypocrisy

    I hate agreeing with Vladimir Putin, even a little. Russia’s president is dragging his country – the country of my birth – backwards, and falsely argues that violating international law is somehow good for Russians. But the hysterical response of Americans to the Kremlin’s alleged efforts to influence the US presidential election has...

    Russians Celebrate Trump Inauguration as Turning Point But Analysts Cautious
    Jan20

    Russians Celebrate Trump Inauguration as Turning Point But Analysts Cautious

    The night before Donald Trump’s inauguration as the 45th president of the United States, a group of Russians and foreigners celebrated at a bar in central Moscow. Over food, drinks and musical performances, some went as far as singing Trump’s praises. “Trump, is unbelievable. Trump is a superman,” said Russian singer Willi Tokarev as...

    NTC imposes 19% anti-dumping duty on CRC for next 5 years
    Jan20

    NTC imposes 19% anti-dumping duty on CRC for next 5 years

    The National Tariff Commission (NTC) has imposed anti-dumping duties in the range of 13.17 percent to 19.04 percent following the final determination in Anti-Dumping investigations against dumped import of Cold Rolled Coils (CRC) originating from China and Ukraine. NTC had initiated an anti-dumping investigation in July 2015 at the behest of an...