Director of the Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences: Europe’s economic stability is uncertain

05.02.2018, Moscow.

Over the last decade, the economic security of Europe became uncertain, said the Director of the Institute of Europe of the Russian Academy of Science Alexey Gromyko on February 5. The scientist delivered his speech at the international conference “Social inequality and fight against it” in the Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation, a Rossa Primavera correspondent reports. Contine reading

EU imposes sanctions against Caracas

14.11.2017, EU.

The EU Council of Foreign Ministers decided to embargo any arms supplies to Venezuela, RT reported on November 13.

The EU substantiated the arms embargo by reasons of humanitarian nature. The main argument is that arms could be used “for internal repression”. Another condition for lifting the sanctions is the introduction of domestic policy measures which would be accepted by the EU: an election recognized to be democratic by the Europeans, release of “political prisoners”, and respect for “democratic institutes”. Also, the EU, inspired by the example of the USA, reserves the right to impose personal sanctions against Venezuelan officials. Contine reading

Member of Polish Sejm: Trimarium will strengthen member states’ positions in EU

09.10.2017, Lithuania.

The Trimarium format will allow suggesting ideas about the future of the European Union and proposals on the issues of security and sanctions against Russia, the Polish Sejm Defense Committee’s Chairman Michał Jach said as he arrived to Lithuania on a working visit, Vesti-Kaliningrad reports citing Baltic News Service (BNS). Contine reading