Standard & Poor’s, a New York-based assessor of credit worthiness, thinks the Ukrainian banking sector is on shaky ground. According to its latest report on the country’s banking sector published […]
“It is not certain yet whether Putin (Russian president Vladimir) will visit Belgrade, but if this happen, why is he coming?”, United States ambas ...
The Ukrainian troops put on camouflage paint and hide in tall grass by the side of the road. They have information that an enemy convoy will be pas ...
The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe has condemned death threats and attacks against journalists in Kosovo and Russia. The OSCE sta ...
A new wave of Western sanctions is hitting Russia’s economy hard. State-owned energy firms continue to bleed profits and Russia’s national currency plunged to a new low this week after […]
During an official ceremony on September 17 to mark the 75th anniversary of the invasion of Poland by the Soviet Red Army at the start of World War 2, Polish President […]
Bulgaria was preparing contingency plans in case of a new interruption in gas supplies from Russia, which was seen as a high-probability scenario, Bulgarian caretaker Deputy Prime Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva […]
Ukraine’s parliament supported on September 16 2014 two draft laws filed by President Petro Poroshenko aimed at temporary settling the conflict in the country’s embattled east by granting special status […]
Russian Gazprom is capable of exporting gas to Poland only at the minimal contracted level and not at levels currently demanded, Gazprom’s spokesperson said. “They [Poland] are asking for the […]
Ukraine’s Defense Minister Valeriy Heletey said Sunday weapons are on the way to Ukraine from Western countries – which he would not name – to help the country in its […]