Russian irredentism

Turkey, Ukraine sign passport-free travel deal to boost tourism

Turkey and Ukraine have signed an agreement allowing their citizens to travel to each other's countries with only an identity card, in a bid to boost tourism. 

The agreement was inked on March 14 during Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman's visit to Ankara upon Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım's invitation. 

US Ambassador To UN: Russia 'Tearing Down' New World Order

BELGRADE - The outgoing U.S. ambassador to the United Nations has accused Russia of engaging in aggressive and destabilizing actions that she says are threatening the rules-based international order.

Samantha Power made the remarks on January 17 at the Washington-based Atlantic Council in her last major speech as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.

Radev: It Is Positive That Trump Is No Slave to Political Prejudices

In an interview for French channel France 24, President-elect Rumen Radev commented on several issues that he deemed important for Bulgaria and the world.

With respect to the election of Donald Trump, Radev pointed out that the positive thing about Trump is that "he is not a slave to political prejudices".

Marine Le Pen says Crimea's reunification with Russia was legitimate

BELGRADE - Crimea's incorporation into Russia was legitimate, leader of France's National Front, Marine Le Pen, has said.

"I do not think that (Crimea's) reunification (with Russia) was illegitimate," she told the BFM TV network on Tuesday. "A referendum was organized, and residents of Crimea voted to join Russia. I see no grounds whatsoever to question this referendum."