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U.S. Ambassador to Belarus visits Belsat
The American diplomat also met with representatives of the Polish government and Belarusian civil society.
Is Europe at risk from nuclear arms race? (ENG video)
100 seconds to midnight, i.e., until a nuclear catastrophe. That’s what the Doomsday Clock is currently showing. At the dawn of the Cold War, this symbolic gauge of world security was set by the fathers of the American atom bomb.
Nomination for US envoy to Belarus to be considered by Senate
On May 4, President Donald Trump sent his nomination for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Republic of Belarus for consideration of the US Senate, the White House reports.
Ambassador back soon: Trump names his nominee for US envoy to Belarus
On April 20, President Donald Trump announced his intent to nominate Julie Fisher to be Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Republic of Belarus, the White House reports.
G7 summit cancelled over coronavirus pandemic
G7 summit cancelled over coronavirus pandemic
Trump prolongs sanctions against Russia for aggression in Ukraine
The President of the USA Donald Trump has prolonged the American sanctions against Russia for annexation of Crimea, the website of the White House informs.
Trump proposes to spend over $700 million to fight Russian influence in Europe and Asia
The U.S. Presidential Administration has proposed to allocate about $764 million to counteract “Russian influence”.
Normalizing US-Belarus relations: Mike Pompeo due in Minsk
The US State Secretary Mike Pompeo is expected to meet with Belarusian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka on February, 1. The upcoming event might be regarded as the highest-level US official’s visit in the last 26 years: as far back as the year of 1994, the then US President Bill Clinton arrived in Minsk.
Trump administration may expand travel restrictions to Belarus - WSJ
The Trump administration plans to add seven countries to a group of nations subject to travel restrictions, including Belarus, Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan, Myanmar, Nigeria, Sudan and Tanzania, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Minsk and Kyiv in exchange for Tehran. Is such 'deal' possible for Trump and Putin?
Washington’s newly emerging interest in Eastern Europe could just as quickly fade away if another crisis in the Middle East is not resolved soon. The importance of this region to the U.S. today is much higher than the problems of all the post-Soviet republics combined.