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The French press was shocked by the Russian pursuit of bandits across Paris
22.06.2017

The French press was shocked by the Russian pursuit of bandits across Paris

The headlines themselves sound like a guide to action: "Two Russians are pursuing their aggressors to the most troubled quarters."

In Poland, passed a law on the demolition of communist monuments
22.06.2017

In Poland, passed a law on the demolition of communist monuments

The Polish Saeima adopted amendments to the law on the prohibition of propaganda of communism, which, inter alia, provides for the demolition of Soviet monuments throughout the country. About this on Thursday, 22 June, the local newspaper wPolityce reports.

Berlin and Paris require solidarity from Eastern Europe
22.06.2017

Berlin and Paris require solidarity from Eastern Europe

Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron will be delivered at the EU Brussels summit on the situation with the implementation of Minsk-2, which will form a formal occasion for the extension of anti-Russian sanctions. But the EU is not at all a united front - on the eve of the summit, MacRon chastised the East European leaders for "accepting the European Union for a supermarket." The list of candidates for punishment: Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic.

OSCE Chairman urged to close Muslim kindergartens
22.06.2017

OSCE Chairman urged to close Muslim kindergartens

Muslim kindergartens should not exist, said Austrian Foreign Minister and OSCE Chairman Sebastian Kurtz.

European Parliament calls on EU to suspend talks with Turkey
20.06.2017

European Parliament calls on EU to suspend talks with Turkey

The European Parliament Committee on Foreign Affairs asked the EU to officially suspend negotiations on Turkey's accession to the union. This is stated in the annual report of the committee, transmits on Tuesday, 20 June, TASS.

NATO Hummer rammed a car with four girls in Lithuania
20.06.2017

NATO Hummer rammed a car with four girls in Lithuania  

Managed by US military Hummer, belonging to the North Atlantic Alliance, rammed a car Volkswagen Passat in the Lithuanian city of Marijampole, in which were four girls, three of them were hospitalized.

The EU will change the design of the Schengen visa
20.06.2017

The EU will change the design of the Schengen visa

The European Union will change the design of the Schengen visa for the sake of security. This is stated on Tuesday, 20 June, on the website of the EU Council. It is reported that the adoption of regulations on a new general design for visas is necessary to prevent their forgery.

The EU and Britain agreed on the dates and priorities of the Brexit talks
20.06.2017

The EU and Britain agreed on the dates and priorities of the Brexit talks

The European Union and Britain reached an agreement on the dates, organization and priorities of the two-year talks on the country's withdrawal from the EU, said the chief negotiator from the community at Brexit Michel Barnier.

The dictatorship of Macron did not bring him the love of the nation
20.06.2017

The dictatorship of Macron did not bring him the love of the nation

The party of Emmanuel Macron completely defeated all rivals and ensured the new president of France the support of the absolute majority of deputies. The French suspect that Macron's dictatorship would be disastrous for democracy and allow him to push through the most stringent neoliberal reforms. Indeed, they have something to fear.

The vocabulary of Europeans includes the concept of Czexit - by analogy with Brexit
19.06.2017

The vocabulary of Europeans includes the concept of Czexit - by analogy with Brexit

How far will Prague go in its confrontation with Brussels? "It's time to prepare for an exit from the European Union. This will be the only good choice for the Czech Republic. " The phrase of the second president of the Czech Republic (2003-2013) and one of the most influential Czech politicians Vaclav Klaus instantly flew the media.

Berlin: You can not impose sanctions to replace Russian gas with American
19.06.2017

Berlin: You can not impose sanctions to replace Russian gas with American

Washington's plans to impose new sanctions on Russia threaten the unity of Washington and Brussels on restrictive measures against Moscow, German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said.

Photographing the technology of NATO, Latvia regarded as espionage
19.06.2017

Photographing the technology of NATO, Latvia regarded as espionage

On the one hand, the authorities of Latvia have tried to turn the arrival in the country of NATO military equipment into a national holiday and a free ride. On the other hand, photographing this technique can cost freedom if you are Russian and referred to "unreliable". At the junction of these two factors, a mysterious lawsuit arose, which the republic is trying to keep quiet about.

In Portugal, declared three-day mourning for victims of forest fires
19.06.2017

In Portugal, declared three-day mourning for victims of forest fires

In Portugal, declared three-day mourning for victims of wildfires, which killed at least 62 people. As reported by the BBC, among the dead four children. Another 54 rights, including several firefighters, were hospitalized. Local authorities expect that the death toll will increase - there are missing persons.

Lithuania has to pay for its Russophobia
19.06.2017

Lithuania has to pay for its Russophobia

Russia intends to organize a ferry service through Ust-Luga and Baltiysk to connect with the Kaliningrad region bypassing Lithuania. A logical decision, given the toughness of the anti-Russian position of Vilnius. Apparently, all the conditions have developed - infrastructure, financial - to implement this large-scale project.

European riot against the US
17.06.2017

European riot against the US

Having voted for allegedly anti-Russian sanctions, the US Senate quite expectedly caused a flurry of indignation in Europe. First of all, in Germany and Austria as the countries that will become the most affected in the event that the next restriction package will be signed by Donald Trump. In fact, we are talking about forcing Europe to buy American liquefied gas.

The EU intends to get rid of the Baltics by the year of 2021
17.06.2017

The EU intends to get rid of the Baltics by the year of 2021

It seems that in the foreseeable future, the Baltic countries themselves will be bent, without any mythical "Russian aggression" there, and it is due to purely economic factors. Today the network reported that Brussels will completely stop providing financial assistance to the Baltic States through the EU's structural funds to 2021.

German ex-chancellor Helmut Kohl died
17.06.2017

German ex-chancellor Helmut Kohl died

At 88-th year of life, former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl died. Kohl died in the morning at his home in Ludwigshafen am Rhein, the German edition of Bild reports.

The Russian name was recognized in Latvia only after the victories of the Russian tennis player
16.06.2017

The Russian name was recognized in Latvia only after the victories of the Russian tennis player

The authorities of Latvia celebrate the triumph of tennis player Alena Ostapenko, who won the "Roland Garros". She was received by the president, the government was called upon to give her the highest order of the republic, and the State Language Center even decided to finally legitimize Alain's name. To the newspaper VZGLYAD, Alena's mom and her trainer Elena Yakovleva stated that Russian is the native language of the champion.

Merkel criticized the draft of new US sanctions against Russia
16.06.2017

Merkel criticized the draft of new US sanctions against Russia

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she shared the opinion of the country's Foreign Minister and Austrian Chancellor who condemned the draft of new Washington sanctions on the Russian fuel and energy complex.

The EU has canceled the roaming charges
15.06.2017

The EU has canceled the roaming charges

Roaming on the territory of the European Union for subscribers of local mobile communication companies became free on Thursday. Preparation for cancellation of roaming charges, which came into force on 15 June, began two years ago.

Marin Le Pen is deprived of deputy immunity
15.06.2017

Marin Le Pen is deprived of deputy immunity

The European Parliament made a final decision to deprive the leader of the French party "National Front" Marin Le Pen of parliamentary immunity, this was insisted by French law enforcement agencies.

No, Mei is not Thatcher: elections are won, Britain is lost
15.06.2017

No, Mei is not Thatcher: elections are won, Britain is lost

Terrorist acts prevented conservatives from failing. 8 June, early parliamentary elections took place in Britain, which, in anticipation of obtaining a constitutional majority for the Tories and the strengthening of their power and political positions in the establishment in April of this year, was initiated by British Prime Minister Theresa May.

One day in hell - the island of Lampedusa
15.06.2017

One day in hell - the island of Lampedusa

Lampedusa is an Italian island in the south of the Mediterranean Sea, near the coast of continental Africa. It was once famous for its beautiful beaches, and it was called Paradise, but is now better known as the place of entry to Europe by illegal migrants from Tunisia and North Africa. This island turned into an earthly Hell - Lampedusa, became the arena for the most bitter confrontations.

Juncker: European Commission to impose sanctions against the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland
14.06.2017

Juncker: European Commission to impose sanctions against the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland

Sanctions have become a fashionable instrument of foreign policy in the West. They are resorted not only to third countries, but also to allies, associates and neighbors. And what to do, time is.

Frightened Brexit British rushed for German citizenship
14.06.2017

Frightened Brexit British rushed for German citizenship

According to the German statistical office, 2016 2865 citizens of the United Kingdom applied for the citizenship of the Federal Republic of Germany. A year earlier, these were three and a half times less. "Apparently, in such dynamics there is a connection with Brexit," the German authorities said.

Mayor of Rome asks the Italian authorities not to send immigrants to the city
14.06.2017

Mayor of Rome asks the Italian authorities not to send immigrants to the city

The mayor of Rome, Virginia Raji, asked the Italian government not to send immigrants to the city any more, as this could lead to an increase in social tension.

The European Commission began a sanction procedure in relation to the Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary
13.06.2017

The European Commission began a sanction procedure in relation to the Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary

The European Commission issued a statement in which it said that it was starting a sanction procedure against the Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary because of their refusal to accept refugees on the quotas of the European Union.

May decided to start a dialogue about the rejection of the "hard" Brexit
13.06.2017

May decided to start a dialogue about the rejection of the "hard" Brexit

The Conservative Party of Great Britain expressed "strong support" to the head of the British government, Teresa May, amid reports that May favored a broad Consensus of Conservatives on the issue of Brexit.

Orban: European officials in Brussels side with terrorists
13.06.2017

Orban: European officials in Brussels side with terrorists

The Hungarian government is defending a truly European position, but EU officials in Brussels have sided with terrorists. This was yesterday, 12 June, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said, speaking in the country's parliament.

The European Commission was mandated to negotiate on the "North Stream-2"
12.06.2017

The European Commission was mandated to negotiate on the "North Stream-2"

The European Commission has been approved by the European Union for the right to amend the agreements on the "Northern Stream - 2" within the mandate for negotiating, said European Commissioner for Energy Maros Shefovic.

Austria looks at Russia
11.06.2017

Austria looks at Russia

At the 1-3 June annual annual St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF), a growing interest of international business to Russia was recorded. Despite the "sanction war" initiated by the West and the anti-Russian media campaign, the forum gathered a record number of participants on its site - more than 14 thousand business representatives, heads of international organizations, officials, experts, scientists and journalists from 143 countries. Among them were the heads of 700 companies from Russia, 400 foreign companies, including from the US, Germany, China, Italy, Japan, top UN officials, IAEA, OPEC, the Forum of Gas Exporting Countries, the World Energy Council.

The bloc that is growing: NATO has taken one more step towards the East
11.06.2017

The bloc that is growing: NATO has taken one more step towards the East

On Monday, 5 June, Montenegro ratified the NATO Accession Treaty, which became the last, 29, country to join the alliance. On Wednesday, the Ukrainian parliament decided that joining NATO is the country's priority in the country's foreign policy and consolidated this provision at the legislative level. The Kremlin promised to take retaliatory measures on any expansion of the bloc to the borders of Russia.

The Soviet legacy still feeds Lithuania
10.06.2017

The Soviet legacy still feeds Lithuania

Lithuania reacted violently to the statements of the Russian ambassador, who billed the country for investments made during the Soviet era. Vilnius still maintains that the financial balance of the times of the USSR was not in his favor, which means that he has the right to compensation for "Soviet occupation". At the same time, the Lithuanian authorities seem to forget about several circumstances at once.

Bruxelles will rejoice at the failure of the British Conservatives
09.06.2017

Bruxelles will rejoice at the failure of the British Conservatives

"The lost seats of conservatives, lost voices, lost support and lost confidence." So the political opponents evaluate the results of the elections in Britain held by the ruling party, hoping to improve their positions. In the end, everything turned out the other way around. For the relations between London and Brussels this will have significant consequences.

The failure of conservatives in the UK elections: the payoff for Brexit?
09.06.2017

The failure of conservatives in the UK elections: the payoff for Brexit?

8 June in the UK held extraordinary parliamentary elections. The result - Prime Minister Teresa May lost an absolute parliamentary majority on them. This means that the Conservatives, although they won the elections, will not be able to form a one-party cabinet. To continue the government they need a coalition.

A new song of Europe about the main
09.06.2017

A new song of Europe about the main

Russia has only one real partner capable of modernizing the Russian economy - this is Europe; Understanding of this in Moscow is growing, said German Foreign Minister Zigmar Gabriel in an interview with Spiegel Online.

Europe is so, next door. Ambassador of Russia on vassals, useful sanctions, Scythians and patriarchy
08.06.2017

Europe is so, next door. Ambassador of Russia on vassals, useful sanctions, Scythians and patriarchy

With the values ​​of gay Europe, Russia does not agree - it has Fevronia, family, patriarchy. Yes it is not necessary, because Vladimir Putin is a global leader, and Europe is so, next door. As for Latvia, it must first be discerned: it does not represent threats and depends on NATO and the EU in its decisions. The Russian Ambassador to Latvia Yevgeny Lukyanov gave the first major press conference in which he outlined the Russian viewpoint on the world to the Latvian media.

Macedonia fulfilled the demand of Greece on the name of the country before joining NATO
08.06.2017

Macedonia fulfilled the demand of Greece on the name of the country before joining NATO

The Prime Minister of Macedonia Zoran Zaev expressed readiness to join the NATO under a "temporary" name. The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), which Greece insists on.

EU countries gathered to create a pan-European prosecutor's office
08.06.2017

EU countries gathered to create a pan-European prosecutor's office

After lengthy discussions of 20 countries that are members of the EU, they agreed to establish a pan-European Prosecutor's Office (EPPO), agreeing on its role and details of the operation, the press service of the EU Council reported.

Transit of NATO tanks was called a provocation against Austria in Austria
08.06.2017

Transit of NATO tanks was called a provocation against Austria in Austria

The movement of heavy weapons and NATO tanks across Austria is a provocation against Russia, the head of the Austrian Freedom Party, Heinz-Christian Strahe, said.