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    NATO membership for Ukraine not on agenda- Steinmeier
    Dec01

    NATO membership for Ukraine not on agenda- Steinmeier

    Any discussions about Ukraine’s membership of NATO are currently premature. German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter-Steinmeier said this in an interview with German television channel ZDF on Sunday, Radio Liberty reported. “As far as I’m concerned, NATO membership for Ukraine is not on the agenda now. At least I do not see Ukraine...

    ATO forces repel attack on Bakhmutivka highway
    Dec01

    ATO forces repel attack on Bakhmutivka highway

    The ATO forces repelled the terrorists’ attack on the Batkhmutivka highway near the village of Sokolnyky. Spokesman of the NSDC Information-Analytical Center Andriy Lysenko told a briefing. “On the Bakhmutivka highway, terrorists after shelling our positions three times from Grad rocket launchers near the village of Sokolnyky attempted at...

    Russia undermined Euro-Atlantic security – NATO secretary general
    Dec01

    Russia undermined Euro-Atlantic security – NATO secretary general

    This year was marked by aggression, crisis and conflict, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has said. He said this at his monthly press conference on Monday, Ukrinform’s correspondent in Brussels reported. “2014 has been a year of aggression, crisis and conflict. But NATO stands strong. Russia’s aggressive actions have...

    Poroshenko liquidates Constitutional Assembly
    Dec01

    Poroshenko liquidates Constitutional Assembly

    President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko eliminated the Constitutional Assembly. A relevant decree was published on the website of the Head of state. “Taking into consideration a decision of the Coordination Bureau of the Constitutional Assembly of July 15, 2014, No. 22, on stopping the activities of the Constitutional Assembly, in compliance...

    Ukraine loses another three soldiers
    Dec01

    Ukraine loses another three soldiers

    Over the previous 24 hours, three Ukrainian soldiers were killed in the ATO area, 14 got injures. Spokesman of the NSDC Information-Analytical Center Andriy Lysenko told a briefing, a Ukrinform correspondent reports. “Over the previous 24 hours, as a result of combat actions, we lost our three Ukrainian heroes, another 14 got injures,” Lysenko...

    Pentagon sees Russia as major threat to national security
    Dec01

    Pentagon sees Russia as major threat to national security

    The United States sees regional and sometimes global claims by Russia and China as the biggest challenge in the context of global security. U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense Robert Work said this in an interview with U.S. specialized edition Defense News, Ukrinform’s correspondent reported. When asked about the biggest threats and trends...

    Visa-free regime with EU can become a reality in May – Foreign Ministry
    Dec01

    Visa-free regime with EU can become a reality in May – Foreign Ministry

    Ukraine may get visa-free status from the EU in May 2015. Then, starting from September-October, Ukrainians will be able to travel to the EU member states without visas. Ukrainian Deputy Foreign Minister Olena Zerkal said this on the Inter television channel on Sunday evening. “We are set to ensuring that the European Union makes the...

    Situation in Ukraine’s eastern regions. Map
    Dec01

    Situation in Ukraine’s eastern regions. Map

    The situation in eastern Ukraine remains tense. Despite the declared ceasefire, terrorists continue to shell Ukrainian army positions. The map that reflects the situation in Donbas as of 12.00 on December 1 has been released by the information and analytical center of the National Security and Defense Council.

    Ukraine resumes coal imports from Russia – Prodan
    Dec01

    Ukraine resumes coal imports from Russia – Prodan

    Ukraine has partially resumed coal imports from Russia after a one-week break. Acting Energy and Coal Industry Minister Yuriy Prodan said this on Monday. “Imports of Russian coal are carried out with some problems. Some part of coal products is supplied, whereas the other is being delayed with no reason. Let’s say so: supplies are...

    Yatseniuk hopes South Stream will not bypass Ukraine
    Dec01

    Yatseniuk hopes South Stream will not bypass Ukraine

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk has said he hopes that a pro-European majority will be formed in Moldova, just as in Ukraine. He said this at a press conference on Monday after the signing of a loan agreement between the European Investment Bank (EIB) and Ukraine, a Ukrinform correspondent reported. “I congratulate our Moldovan...

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