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Analyses | | Tadeusz A Olszański
In the short term, the bringing of charges against the former President of Ukraine, in connection with the abduction in 2000 of the well-known journalist Georgiy Gongadze, is intended to give a boost to the image of Ukraine’s current…
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The National Commission for Energy Regulation has granted the Ukrhaz-Energo company (a joint venture between NAK Naftogaz and RosUkrEnergo) a five-year licence to sell up to 4.8 billion m³ of gas per year on the internal market. This…
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On 24 March, the deputy prime minister of Moldova Valeriu Lazar revealed that Moldova and Russia had reached an agreement to formally separate that part of the Moldovagaz company which is situated on the territory of the breakaway…
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On 17 March, the head of the Belarusian Central Bank Piotr Prokopovich stated that the Belarusian government hopes to obtain US$1 billion of Russian credit in the first half of this year, and around US$2 billion from the
Analyses | | Kamil Kłysiński
By passing harsh sentences on opposition activists, President Alyaksandr Lukashenka has demonstrated his strength to the public and the nomenklatura, while at the same time sending a signal that the EU’s sanctions will not…
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On 2 March in Brussels, the first Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Andriy Kluyev presented the EU with his country’s proposals for a deep and comprehensive free trade area (DCFTA) . The increased high-level activity on this matter…
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After informal multilateral consultations within the so-called ‘5 + 2 format’ concerning the conflict in Transnistria, which took place on 14-15 February in Vienna, Tiraspol has publicly stated its conditions for resuming formal talks…
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On 28 February, one of the Belarusian opposition activists detained last December, Ales Mikhalevich, reported that during his weeks-long detention he was subjected to torture and was forced to cooperate with the KGB. Other detainees…