EUROPE

Canada and Ukraine hold naval drill

April 7, 2019 admin 0

The missile boat Pryluky of the Ukrainian Naval Forces and the HMCS Toronto of the Royal Canadian Navy held a joint passing exercise in the Black Sea, the Ukrainian Defense Ministry has confirmed. During the […]

Greece

Greek borders are not reopening, officials say

April 7, 2019 admin 0

Greece’s borders to any other country will not reopen, government ministers have said  in response to sit-in protests staged by hundreds of refugees and migrants in Athens and northern Greece. Some 500 people, among them […]

Politics

B9 ministers discuss defense in Poland

April 6, 2019 admin 0

A two-day meeting of defense ministers from nine central and eastern European countries finished here on Friday, during which the ministers held high-level discussions on common defense problems and the strengthening of NATO’s eastern flank. […]

EUROPE

New twist in Finland NATO debate

April 6, 2019 admin 0

While foreign and security policy has not been much of a theme in the current Finnish electoral debates so far, the discussion of Finland’s relationship with NATO has got a new twist this week. Antti […]

Business & Money

Bulgaria seeks tighter links with Lebanon

April 3, 2019 admin 0

Roumen Porozhanov, Bulgaria’s minister of agriculture, food and forests, has said  that his country is highly interested in signing agreements with Lebanon to increase mutual investments. “We are ambitious in finding a common vision with […]

EUROPE

British food prices rise as Brexit looms

April 3, 2019 admin 0

British food inflation soared in March to 2.5 percent, hitting the highest since November 2013, according to figures released Wednesday by British Retail Consortium (BRC). Data showed that fresh food inflation accelerated to 1.9 percent […]