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    Ukraine’s odious debts (Interview)
    Jul30

    Ukraine’s odious debts (Interview)

    Regardless of the definitions of which ‘anti-terrorist operation” is most common, in reality Ukraine is waging war with Russia. At the same time, Ukraine observes honours its debt commitments to Russia, the latest of which was the June payment of USD 73 mln interest payment on USD 3 bln borrowed by Yanukovych’s doomed regime in...

    Terrorists resorting to tactics of scorched earth – ATO headquarters
    Jul30

    Terrorists resorting to tactics of scorched earth – ATO headquarters

    Trying to escape from the areas that are taken over by Ukrainian government forces, terrorists use the tactics of scorched earth, the press center of the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) has reported on its Facebook page. “The successful movement of the ATO forces makes terrorists panic. Realizing that they will lose, they try to use the...

    Germany opposes deployment of NATO troops in Eastern Europe – media
    Jul30

    Germany opposes deployment of NATO troops in Eastern Europe – media

    The German government currently opposes the permanent stationing of NATO troops on the territory of East European Alliance member countries. German newspaper Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung reported Wednesday with reference to the German government’s response to the request of the parliamentary Green Party faction. “The federal...

    Terrorists attempted to shot down Ukrainian plane with Buk anti-aircraft system
    Jul30

    Terrorists attempted to shot down Ukrainian plane with Buk anti-aircraft system

    A Ukrainian plane came under sight of the Buk anti-missile system over Khartsyzsk in Donetsk region on Wednesday, but managed to avoid possible fire and landed, press office for the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) Oleksiy Dmytrashkivsky told reporters. “During the flight the plane got in sight of the Buk system, but it safely avoided the...

    Obama: New sanctions to make Russia’s weak economy even weaker
    Jul30

    Obama: New sanctions to make Russia’s weak economy even weaker

    The coordinated introduction of new EU and U.S. sanctions against the Russian energy sector, defense industry and financial institutions will increase the pressure on Russia. U.S. President Barack Obama said this in his speech at the White House on Tuesday. “Because we are closely coordinating our actions with Europe, the sanctions we are...

    Terrorists want negotiations again
    Jul30

    Terrorists want negotiations again

    The “government” of the self-proclaimed “Donetsk People’s Republic” (DPR) assures that it proposed the unilateral ceasefire and the start of negotiations with the Ukrainian authorities. “Vice Premier” of the so-called “DPR government” Andrey Purgin told OstroV. “I repeatedly say that the “DPR” and the “LPR” (“Luhansk People’s...

    Klimkin, Hontareva, Lagarde discuss economic reform program
    Jul30

    Klimkin, Hontareva, Lagarde discuss economic reform program

    Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin and Chairman of the National Bank of Ukraine Valeria Hontareva discussed with IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde the implementation by Kyiv of the economic reform programs under the Stand-By Arrangement. The IMF press office said in a statement. “The discussion was focused on the recent...

    Russian army moves closer to Ukraine – Pentagon
    Jul30

    Russian army moves closer to Ukraine – Pentagon

    More than 10,000 Russian soldiers in combined arms battalion tactical units are massed at the Ukrainian border, they are closer to the Ukrainian border than Russian forces were in the spring, Pentagon Press Secretary Navy Rear Admiral John Kirby said, BBC reports. He also noted that the advanced weapons systems continue moving across the border...

    Russia releases Ukrainian journalist
    Jul30

    Russia releases Ukrainian journalist

    Russia has released a journalist of the Ukrainian 1+1 television channel, Yevhen Aharkov, who was held in a migration detention center 169 kilometers from Voronezh for almost two weeks and was accused of illegal journalistic activity. He returns home and is already in Ukraine, tsn.ua reported. “I feel good, alive and well, going home. I...

    Ukraine will not stop fighting for Crimea – Klimkin
    Jul30

    Ukraine will not stop fighting for Crimea – Klimkin

    Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin said Ukraine will not stop fighting for Crimea. He said this within the framework of the Atlantic Council, Hromadske TV informs. “Annexation and occupation of Crimea have been forgotten by many. I want to say that Crimea was, is and will be Ukrainian. We will not stop fighting for Crimea,” the Minister stressed. He...

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