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    Biden: Beating corruption in Ukraine to take away Russia`s political weapon
    Jun21

    Biden: Beating corruption in Ukraine to take away Russia`s political weapon

    Cooperation and competition between the U.S. and Russia will co-exist side by side in Washington`s foreign policy, while the perception that the relations between the two country will be limited exclusively to either competition or cooperation is short-sighted and destructive, Joe Biden said in keynote address at the Center for New American...

    Soros says Brexit to make GBP plunge 20%
    Jun21

    Soros says Brexit to make GBP plunge 20%

    Believing that a vote to leave the EU will have no effect on their personal financial position is wishful thinking. One very clear and immediate effect will touch every household: the value of the pound would decline precipitously, U.S. billionaire financier George Soros wrote in an article titled ”The Brexit crash will make all of you poorer –...

    Ex-NATO chief: I don`t think Europe could stop Crimea annexation
    Jun21

    Ex-NATO chief: I don`t think Europe could stop Crimea annexation

    Russia began its ”hybrid war” in Ukraine, combining conventional military action, engaging ”little green men”, and launching a complex information and disinformation campaign former NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said in an interview with Europeiska Pravda.Rasmussen said he did not believe Europe could have done anything to stop the...

    Tehran, Kyiv after closer trade ties
    Jun21

    Tehran, Kyiv after closer trade ties

    Iran`s deputy industry minister, at a meeting with Ukraine`s ambassador to Iran, called for expansion of trade exchanges between Tehran and Kyiv, MehrNews reported.”The Islamic Republic of Iran, in the new era, seeks knowledge transfer from several countries in areas for collaboration,” highlighted the official pointing to Ukraine`s advancements...

    Russian fans` chief arrested again in France
    Jun21

    Russian fans` chief arrested again in France

    The leader of a Russian fan union with alleged far-right links was arrested at Russia`s game with Wales on Monday and now faces being deported from France for the second time in a week, The Guardian reported citing the Associated Press.”Detained tonight in the Toulouse stadium, Alexander Shprygin was placed in custody and his situation will be...

    Ukraine`s investment potential ”largest in recent years” – Kubiv
    Jun21

    Ukraine`s investment potential ”largest in recent years” – Kubiv

    First Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Serhiy Kubiv says that thanks to the reforms, Ukraine has the largest investment potential in recent years, according to an UNIAN correspondent.”Today, Ukraine has the most obvious investment potential in recent years – due to economic growth and reforms,” Kubiv said, opening the Ukrainian-Canadian business...

    EU ready to extend Russian sanctions amid signs unity fraying: RFE/RL
    Jun21

    EU ready to extend Russian sanctions amid signs unity fraying: RFE/RL

    The European Union is preparing to extend sanctions against Russia for another six months this week, but what happens after that is uncertain as cracks in the bloc`s unity have begun to show, RFE/RL reports.The EU`s top diplomats are expected to agree to prolong the sanctions, which expire at the end of July, at a meeting in Luxembourg on June...

    Ex-Yanukovych adviser to lead Trump campaign
    Jun21

    Ex-Yanukovych adviser to lead Trump campaign

    Paul Manafort, former adviser to the disgraced ex-president of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych, will become a new campaign manager for a potential Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, according to Reuters. Three people close to the campaign said some of Trump`s staff viewed former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski as opposing strategic...

    Enemy saboteurs attack Ukraine military near Avdiyivka
    Jun21

    Enemy saboteurs attack Ukraine military near Avdiyivka

    The combined Russian-separatist forces attacked Ukrainian army positions in eastern Ukraine 41 times in the past 24 hours, using banned weapons, according to the press center of the Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO) Headquarters.In the Donetsk sector, the Ukrainian military recorded 21 cases of militant shelling. In addition to small arms, the enemy...

    Stoltenberg accuses Kremlin of breaching NATO-Russia deal
    Jun21

    Stoltenberg accuses Kremlin of breaching NATO-Russia deal

    NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has accused Moscow in non-compliance with the NATO-Russia Founding Act but at the same time, he said the Alliance sought no confrontation with Russia, Deutsche Welle reported referring to Stoltenberg`s interview with S?ddeutsche Zeitung.What NATO does in the East, is a response to Russian behavior, said...

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