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      Ukraine floods: Why climate change and logging are blamed
      Jul02

      Ukraine floods: Why climate change and logging are blamed

      Three hundred towns and villages were hit by flooding, and climate change and logging are blamed. …read more Source::...

      Ukraine’s central bank governor quits, claiming political pressure
      Jul02

      Ukraine’s central bank governor quits, claiming political pressure

      Smolii resignation delivers serious blow to Zelensky’s reform credentials and could threaten IMF bailout …read more Source:: Financial...

      Direct flights relaunched between Tallinn and Ukraine despite restrictions
      Jul01

      Direct flights relaunched between Tallinn and Ukraine despite restrictions

      From July 1, Wizz Air will fly between Tallinn and Kyiv, Ukraine despite government restrictions still being in place for passengers flying from high risk countries with coronavirus. Passengers may be denied entry without a permit. …read more Source::...

      INTERVIEW ForMin Aurescu: Romanian support to Ukraine completely disinterested, free of all political connotation
      Jul01

      INTERVIEW ForMin Aurescu: Romanian support to Ukraine completely disinterested, free of all political connotation

      The humanitarian support provided by Romania to the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine, in accordance with the 'Team Europe' concept launched by the EU, responds to the need for bilateral and multilateral solidarity, is disinterested, directed to the citizens of these states and these actions have no political connotation whatsoever,...

      The only option is to take to the streets | Gordonua.com – Ukraine
      Jul01

      The only option is to take to the streets | Gordonua.com – Ukraine

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      Latvia bans Russian television channel RT
      Jul01

      Latvia bans Russian television channel RT

      Latvia has banned the state-owned Russian television channel RT, saying it is controlled by an individual who is under EU sanctions, the country’s permanent representation to the EU said Tuesday. Dmitry Kiselev, the man that triggered Latvia’s move, was put on the EU sanctions list in March 2014 over his alleged role in promoting...

      Direct flights ban in COVID-19 high-risk countries extended for two weeks
      Jul01

      Direct flights ban in COVID-19 high-risk countries extended for two weeks

      The bar on flights from countries considered coronavirus high-risk has been extended to July 14, the government says. This means that direct flights from the Russian Federation, Ukraine and Belarus are still off the table, as well as from the European Union countries of Sweden and Portugal. A lift on restrictions to travelers from China is...

      Tourism Minister of Bulgaria, Angelkova: We Expect More Tourists on the Black Sea Coast and in the Country
      Jun30

      Tourism Minister of Bulgaria, Angelkova: We Expect More Tourists on the Black Sea Coast and in the Country

      “I hope that in July and August the trips will start to recover and there will be more tourists not only on the Black Sea coast, but also in the interior of the country. We are waiting for the decision of the European Commission on the travel of tourists from third countries, because for us markets such as Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, Moldova,...

      EU prolongs sanctions against Russia over Ukraine conflict
      Jun30

      EU prolongs sanctions against Russia over Ukraine conflict

      The European Union on Monday prolonged economic sanctions against Russia for six months for failing to live up to its commitments to the peace agreement in Ukraine, informs LETA/AP. …read more Source:: The Baltic...

      Are We Going from San Francisco?
      Jun30

      Are We Going from San Francisco?

      By Anis Chowdhury and Jomo Kwame SundaramSYDNEY and KUALA LUMPUR, Jun 30 2020 (IPS) Seventy-five years ago, on 26 June 1945, before the Japanese surrender ending the Second World War, fifty nations gathered at San Francisco’s Opera House to sign the United Nations (UN) Charter. UN Charter Nations pledged “to practice tolerance and live...