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    Poland, Ukraine launch Open Skies regime
    Apr07

    Poland, Ukraine launch Open Skies regime

    Open Skies regime has been introduced between Poland and Ukraine, since there are no restrictions on the frequency of regular flights between the two countries, according to the press office of the Polish Civil Aviation Service.”The present Agreement between the aviation authorities of the two countries allows carriers of each of the parties to...

    NATO chief: biggest reinforcement of collective security since end of Cold War underway
    Apr07

    NATO chief: biggest reinforcement of collective security since end of Cold War underway

    NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has called a more assertive Russia and terrorism NATO`s main challenges in his exclusive interview with Voice of America upon his arrival in Washington to consult with U.S. leaders before the Warsaw NATO Summit in July.The NATO chief said that the Summit will address the issue how the Bloc will step up the...

    Cameron: I hope Dutch rejection of Ukraine deal will not affect EU referendum
    Apr07

    Cameron: I hope Dutch rejection of Ukraine deal will not affect EU referendum

    David Cameron has said he hopes the rejection by Dutch voters of a trade deal between Brussels and Ukraine will not affect the outcome of Britain`s referendum on EU membership, according to Herald Scotland.Strong opposition to an agreement has been seen as a reflection of wider anti-EU sentiment in the Netherlands and was seized on by Brexit...

    Netherlands, EU need time to digest what next steps on Ukraine-EU deal should be: European analyst
    Apr07

    Netherlands, EU need time to digest what next steps on Ukraine-EU deal should be: European analyst

    The outcome of the Dutch referendum has paralysed the Netherlands and the EU for some time on the issue of what should be done regarding the Ukraine-EU deal, leaving Ukraine in limbo, Amanda Paul, a political analyst at the European Policy Center, said in a comment to UNIAN.”It is a bitterly disappointing but perhaps not surprising, (given the...

    Putin says U.S. behind Panamapapers megaleak
    Apr07

    Putin says U.S. behind Panamapapers megaleak

    Russian President Vladimir Putin believes the publication of millions of documents revealing shady offshore schemes of top politicians and celebrities was orchestrated by Washington, according to an UaPosition correspondent in Russia.”Behind all this there are certain officials and official agencies of the United States, let`s put it this way....

    Netherlands to seek compromise on Ukraine-EU deal
    Apr07

    Netherlands to seek compromise on Ukraine-EU deal

    The Dutch Government in a statement on Thursday said it intends to find a compromise on the issue of the Ukraine-EU Association Agreement, admitting that the process might take time, considering the outcome of the April 6 referendum.”Tuesday April 12, the final results will be announced, but it is clear that ratification cannot just proceed as if...

    Putin`s first response to Panamapapers: It`s nonsense!
    Apr07

    Putin`s first response to Panamapapers: It`s nonsense!

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has dismissed corruption charges contained in the recent Panama Papers offshore schemes revelations, according to TASS news agency.The Russian president said that the publication of Panama papers is an attempt to destabilize the situation in Russia from within, according to Dozhd. He said the easiest way to do it...

    Kremlin: No new comments on Savchenko`s possible swap
    Apr07

    Kremlin: No new comments on Savchenko`s possible swap

    The Kremlin has no new comments on the possibility of swapping Ukrainian pilot Nadia Savchenko sentenced to 22 years in jail in Russia over killing of journalists, according to Russian news agency TASS.”I have nothing to add to what I have already said on this issue,” Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov told journalists, TASS...

    New Ukrainian government must start with education reform – British financier
    Apr07

    New Ukrainian government must start with education reform – British financier

    British financier Neil Smith advises that Ukraine`s new government must start with education reform for ensuring sustainable growth in the country.”In the long term, Ukraine should cultivate its human capital. Young Ukrainians, with a new mindset is what will lead the country to success. The Ukrainian education system today suffers from...

    Militants occupy southern outskirts of Avdiyivka – Ukraine intel
    Apr07

    Militants occupy southern outskirts of Avdiyivka – Ukraine intel

    Russian-backed militants are equipping a fortified position near Vynohradnyky district, the southern outskirts of the town of Avdiyivka, according to the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry.”On April 5, the units of the 11th separate motorized rifle regiment (Makiyivka) of the 1st Army Corps (Donetsk) of the Armed...

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