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NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence published the book with reports and articles from the NATO Advanced Research Workshop “Addressing Emerging Security Risks for Energy Flows over South Caucasus”, which took place in Tbilisi, Georgia, in December 2016. Among others, the book contains the article, prepared by the President of the Centre for Global Studies "Strategy XXI" Mykhailo Gonchar "The Impact of Russian Aggression Against Ukraine on CEI". 

The content of the book is available under the following link  Ebook: Addressing Emerging Security Risks for Energy Networks in South Caucasus

Crimean Tatars as the indigenous nation

Wednesday, 24 May 2017 16:00

    

 

 

To download the research "Crimean Tatars as the indigenous nation" EN (available soon)

In times, when eweryone is looking for solutions to get out from difficult situation, they might be under our feets. Please find a presentation of a technology, how to receive energy from accessible raw materials - sludge. GK Energy GmbH, presentation of an installation and construction issues. See UA version of the web site.

The Ministry of Nature of Ukraine has gained an open access to the information regarding owners of licences for exploitation of natural resources in Ukraine. You can find the information by following a link on GEOINFORM of UKRAINE. (in UA)

English translation of this article is not available at the moment.

Please see the original article in Ukrainian.

Text for downloading are available in UA and EN on Ukrainian version of the web site.

English translation of this article is not available at the moment.

Please see the original article in Ukrainian.

With this issue the Working Group 3 Coordinator Office continues the monthly publication of information-analytic bulletin for sectoral review of situation in EaP countries. By means of the publication it is intended to enlighten the energy and ecology sectors in EaP countries. This issue of the bulletin is devoted to most important sectoral events of EaP countries within March 2010.

Special thanks to our correspondents who made written contributions and for assistants who organized it for this issue: Gayane Sargsyan (Armenia), Murman Margelashvili (Georgia), Ion Preascu (Moldova), Tatyana Manionok (Belarus).

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