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    [Opinion] Can we expect a rise in migration from Eastern Europe?
    Jul14

    [Opinion] Can we expect a rise in migration from Eastern Europe?

    Research indicates that the inflow of migrants from Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova – even after visa liberalisation – will be modest. …read more Source:...

    EU blacklists Ukraine rebels, as fighting escalates
    Jul13

    EU blacklists Ukraine rebels, as fighting escalates

    The EU has added 11 Ukraine rebel chiefs to its blacklist, amid another escalation in fighting over the weekend. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] Russian proposals left out of joint text on EU-Ukraine treaty
    Jul11

    [Ticker] Russian proposals left out of joint text on EU-Ukraine treaty

    A joint EU-Russian-Ukrainian communique on the EU-Ukraine trade treaty has left out Russian proposals to amend the pact and to delay its implementation if Russia requests so after expert-level talks in July and August. EU commissioner De Gucht declined to say if Ukrainian implementation will be delayed until September, however. …read more...

    [Ticker] Merkel and Hollande urge Putin to rein in Ukraine rebels
    Jul11

    [Ticker] Merkel and Hollande urge Putin to rein in Ukraine rebels

    Germany says Chancellor Merkel and French leader Hollande called Russian president Putin Thursday to urge him to “influence” pro-Russia rebels to hold talks with Ukraine on a ceasefire. Rebels leaders told Reuters they plan to make a stand against Ukraine forces in Donetsk after fleeing their stronghold of Sloviansk, however....

    Italian EU presidency backs South Stream
    Jul10

    Italian EU presidency backs South Stream

    The Italian EU presidency has backed a controversial Russian pipeline, South Stream, which would circumvent Ukraine to bring gas to south-east Europe. …read more Source:...

    Russia seeks new veto on EU-Ukraine pact
    Jul10

    Russia seeks new veto on EU-Ukraine pact

    Russia is hoping to use new talks on the EU-Ukraine trade treaty to alter the pact and to get a say on when it enters into life. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] Italian presidency: South Stream should go ahead
    Jul10

    [Ticker] Italian presidency: South Stream should go ahead

    The Italian EU presidency is in favour of a controversial Russian pipeline project, South Stream, which would circumvent Ukraine and deliver gas to south-eastern Europe. “We think South Stream should go ahead, because it would increase the diversification of routes,” Italy’s EU state secretary Sandro Gozi said Thursday in...

    Russia’s image nosedives, as EU adds 11 names to blacklist
    Jul10

    Russia’s image nosedives, as EU adds 11 names to blacklist

    A new survey shows that Russia’s image has taken a battering over the Ukraine crisis, as the EU added another 11 names to its blacklist. …read more Source:...

    EU considers mini-sanctions on Russia
    Jul08

    EU considers mini-sanctions on Russia

    The EU is considering whether to add some low-level names to the Russia blacklist, as France and Germany lead efforts on Ukraine peace talks. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] Bulgaria presses for South Stream project
    Jul08

    [Ticker] Bulgaria presses for South Stream project

    Russia and Bulgaria Monday pressed the EU to approve South Stream, a controversial gas pipeline that would bypass Ukraine and which Brussels rejected after the annexation of Crimea. Bulgarian Prime Minister Plamen Orecharski voiced optimism that Brussels would accept “the very good arguments” in favour of the project. …read more...