The Buzz in Ukraine with Zoryana Sozanska-Matviychuk of Redcliffe Partners

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“It’s not that laws don’t exist – it’s the faith in the law, courts, and lawyers that is missing,” says Zoryana Sozanska-Matviychuk, Partner at Redcliffe Partners in Kiev. “What I hope we see from the new government is not any particular legislation; it is much better implementation. This will hopefully lead to more trust in the country’s legal system as a whole.”

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Turkey as Embargo Country? – European Union Looks Into Drillings Off Cyprus

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On 11 November 2019, the European Union adopted a legal framework for restrictive measures against Turkey. The EU is thus responding to Turkish exploratory drilling for natural gas deposits off the Cypriot coast, which Cyprus and the European Union consider illegal. The legal framework will make it possible to sanction individuals or companies responsible for or involved in drilling activities in the Eastern Mediterranean. However, no specific measures have been imposed yet.

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Sorainen Helps Flex-n-Roll Become Resident of Great Stone Industrial Park in Belarus

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Sorainen has advised Flex-n-Roll, a producer of self-adhesive labels, on its entrance into the China-Belarus “Great Stone” Industrial Park, a special economic zone located about 40 kilometers outside Minsk that was established by means of an intergovernmental agreement between the People's Republic of China and the Republic of Belarus.

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