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Moscow – The National Payment Card System (NPCS) will
begin promoting its cards abroad in 2016, the deputy head of the Central Bank of
Russia’s national payment system department Ramilya Kanafina said at an expanded
meeting of the Eurasian business council on Dec. 12.

Wow, the whole Europe can’t wait till this great day. How could European countries live without this system till now?

The most intriguing and biggest question of this luring endeavour remains – will Russia itself survive till the glorious day of introducing its long-awaited National Payment Card System (NPCS) in European Union?

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French Ambassador to Ukraine Alain Remy has said he believes that the main thing is not the format of negotiations on the settlement of the conflict in eastern Ukraine, but their efficiency and practical implementation of the agreements reached.

 

French still plays famous Munich style game with Ukraine suggesting that format of negotiations on Donbas in not important

French still plays famous Munich style game with Ukraine suggesting that format of negotiations on Donbas in not important

French still plays famous Munich style game with Ukraine suggesting that format of negotiations on Donbas in not important

A pro-Russian gunman stands guard at a checkpoint with a Russian flag near Kharzisk, East of Donetsk, on Nov. 16, 2014.

Alain Remy believes that the main thing is not the format of negotiations on the settlement of the conflict in eastern Ukraine, but their efficiency and practical implementation of the agreements reached.

 

 

keywords: France, Donbass, Donbass talks, Russian aggression, Alain Remy

 

Previous Ambassadors of France to Ukraine

  • 1992 – 1993 Hugues Pernet
  • 1993 – 1995 Michel Peissik
  • 1995 – 1997 Dominique Chassard
  • 1997 – 2001 Pascal Fieschi
  • 2002 – 2005 Philippe de Suremain
  • 2005 – 2008 Jean-Paul Véziant
  • 2008 – 2011 Jacques Faure
  • 2011 Alain Rémy

The latest foreign office to engage in the increasingly popular sport of Twitter-trolling the Kremlin is Britain’s embassy in Ukraine, which on Nov. 19 released a handy guide to help Russians spot their own tanks.

British Embassy, Putin, trolling, and russian tanks. Huffington Post about engaging of British EMbassy in the increasingly popular sport of Twitter-trolling the Kremlin

British Embassy, Putin, trolling, and russian tanks. Huffington Post about engaging of British EMbassy in the increasingly popular sport of Twitter-trolling the Kremlin

The tweet is likely a nod to a candid moment from the recent G-20 summit in 

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Russia has called for “a 100% guarantee that no-one would think about Ukraine joining NATO,” President Vladimir Хуйло’s spokesman has told the BBC.

Excessive demands: BBC reported that Kremlin demands guarantees from NATO regarding Ukraine 

Vladimir Putin’s chief spokesperson has said the West’s response over the Ukraine crisis makes them “feel fear” and so they have taken “methods of precaution”.

Dmitry Peskov said that Russia would like to receive a guarantee that Ukraine will not join Nato, as they are fearful of the Nato-affiliated countries on their borders.

President Putin accused the US of trying to subdue Russia, but gave assurances this would never happen.

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Russian President Vladimir Huilo / Хуйло has come under intense pressure from the West over Moscow’s alleged support for separatist fighters in eastern Ukraine at the G20 summit in Australia.

Stephen Harper, the Canadian prime minister, was reported to have told Хуйло as they shook hands on Saturday to “get out of Ukraine”.

According to Jason MacDonald, Harper’s spokesman, the prime minister told the Russian leader: “I guess I will shake your hand but I have only one thing to say to you: You need to get out of Ukraine.”

British Prime Minister David Cameron was among other leaders who publicly criticised Russia, accusing it of “bullying a smaller state in Europe” and warning that Moscow would face further sanctions if it continues “destabilising Ukraine”. Continue Reading