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    Ambassador explains why Turkey doesn`t join sanctions against Russia
    Apr13

    Ambassador explains why Turkey doesn`t join sanctions against Russia

    Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Turkey to Ukraine Yonet Tezel explained the reason why his country had not joined the sanctions of the European Union against the Russian Federation, according to Europeiska Pravda.This is the principled position of Ankara, which applies not only to the Russian question, Tezel said...

    Russia`s Gazprom, Turkish companies close to settling gas pricing dispute – media
    Apr13

    Russia`s Gazprom, Turkish companies close to settling gas pricing dispute – media

    Russian energy giant Gazprom and private Turkish companies are said to be close to settling pricing disputes for Russian natural gas, Russian newspaper Kommersant reported citing market sources.Earlier, Turkish gas importing companies stated they did not rule out filing an international lawsuit against Gazprom because of the discount...

    Oil prices fall 2% on producer meeting doubts, stronger dollar
    Apr13

    Oil prices fall 2% on producer meeting doubts, stronger dollar

    Oil futures fell around 2% on Wednesday on concerns that a producer meeting planned for Sunday could fail to rein in ballooning overproduction, while a stronger dollar also weighed on fuel markets, Reuters reported.As of 0716 GMT, Brent crude LCOc1 had dropped 78 cents to $43.90 a barrel, or 1.7%, after hitting a four-month high in the previous...

    Gazprom to challenge UAH 86 bln penalty imposed by Ukraine Antimonopoly Committee
    Apr13

    Gazprom to challenge UAH 86 bln penalty imposed by Ukraine Antimonopoly Committee

    Russian energy giant Gazprom has decided to appeal to the Commercial Court of Kyiv to contest a decision of the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine (ACU) issued three months ago to fine Gazprom UAH 86 billion for the abuse of monopoly position in the Ukrainian natural gas transit market.It is reported that Ukraine`s largest energy holding Naftogaz...

    UN calls for immediate release of its staff member held captive in Donetsk
    Apr13

    UN calls for immediate release of its staff member held captive in Donetsk

    The United Nations has called for the immediate and unconditional release of one of its staff members, who is being held captive in the militant-occupied eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk, according to Ukraine Today.”The United Nations is deeply concerned about this fact, and has mobilized all channels to ensure his immediate and unconditional...

    Number of crimes in Kyiv rose by 45% – National Police
    Apr13

    Number of crimes in Kyiv rose by 45% – National Police

    A total of 30,851 reports of offenses has been recorded in the first quarter by Kyiv police, which is 45% more than in the same period last year, the press service of the National police in the city of Kyiv reports.”Analyzing the situation, I can say that there are a number of problems requiring special attention. We are concerned about the...

    Ex-prosecutor Kasko says PGO eager to ”lock him up”
    Apr13

    Ex-prosecutor Kasko says PGO eager to ”lock him up”

    Former Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine Vitaliy Kasko claims that the Prosecutor General`s Office (PGO) is set to submit to Kyiv Pechersk District Court a motion for his arrest as a preventive measure, according to an UaPosition correspondent.The Prosecutor General`s Office continues to adhere to the illicit position that he is a suspect in a...

    Polish defense minister satisfied with NATO talks
    Apr13

    Polish defense minister satisfied with NATO talks

    Poland has been pushing for a permanent NATO presence in the region since the Russian-Ukrainian crisis began in 2014.”Most of our [Polish] views on the format of a permanent presence on the eastern flank are shared by the Secretary-General and General Breedlove,” Macierewicz said, according to Radio Poland.”I can say that Poland`s postulates are...

    Two ”Russian spies” caught in Istanbul: Hurriyet
    Apr13

    Two ”Russian spies” caught in Istanbul: Hurriyet

    Two Russian ”spies” alleged to be involved in the killing of Chechen militant Abdulvakhid Edelgireyev in Turkey were caught in a joint operation that took six months to prepare by the National Intelligence Organization (M?T) and police on April 8 in Istanbul, a report has claimed.The alleged spies, 52-year-old Iurii Anisimov and 55-year-old...

    Syria holds elections as fragile peace talks restart: DW
    Apr13

    Syria holds elections as fragile peace talks restart: DW

    Government-controlled parts of Syria are holding widely criticized parliamentary elections on Wednesday as UN-mediated peace talks restart in Geneva, Deutsche Welle reported.With over 50% of Syria`s population displaced and swaths of territory under the control of various armed groups, Wednesday`s vote to elect 250 members to the People`s...

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