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    Deputies to be stripped of immunity already this year – Lutsenko
    Jan05

    Deputies to be stripped of immunity already this year – Lutsenko

    Parliamentary immunity will be cancelled in 2015 through the gradual introduction of amendments to the Constitution. Coordinator of the parliamentary coalition Yuriy Lutsenko said this in an interview, the Bloc of Petro Poroshenko’s press service reported. “We should get it [immunity] over with and I do not see any argument for...

    OSCE doubles its mission in Donbas
    Jan05

    OSCE doubles its mission in Donbas

    The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe plans to double the number of observers in its monitoring mission in Donbas before the end of January. OSCE spokesman Michael Bociurkiw said this, Radio Liberty reported. “The number of people in the monitoring mission will be increased from 250 to 500 to improve the security...

    21% of Ukrainians believe in voluntary return of Crimea – poll
    Jan05

    21% of Ukrainians believe in voluntary return of Crimea – poll

    More than 20% of Ukrainians believe that Russia-occupied Crimea could voluntary return to Ukraine in case of Ukraine’s turning into developed and economically attractive state, according to a poll conducted by the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology commissioned by ZN.ua news website. According to the survey, 18.5% of Ukrainians...

    Ukraine sends new ambassador to Germany
    Jan05

    Ukraine sends new ambassador to Germany

    Ukrainian Ambassador to Germany Andriy Melnyk has left for Berlin. He said this on his Twitter page. “I’m flying out to Berlin. A very important mission of promoting [Ukraine's] national interests in Germany is ahead,” the ambassador wrote. He added that he was preparing for hard work. As reported, on December 19, 2014,...

    Military updates, 1/04/2015 (26th “Day of Silence”)
    Jan05

    Military updates, 1/04/2015 (26th “Day of Silence”)

    For the past 24 hours, a tense situation persists in Donetsk. In the Petrovsky district, numerous cases of indiscriminate open firings of automatic small arms by insurgent groups are being reported. There have been skirmishes between units of the Russian-terrorist troops – [between] representatives of the “military police” of the “DNR” [Donetsk...

    This is Ukraine today – January 3: More military from the Russian Federation have been arriving in Luhansk region
    Jan04

    This is Ukraine today – January 3: More military from the Russian Federation have been arriving in Luhansk region

    Maidan Community Sector, Lviv: Dear friends! January 3 – No Ukrainian military have died; one was wounded in the ATO area in the last 24 hours, – informed NSDC spokesman Andriy Lysenko. January 3 – Russian Foreign Ministry has issued a statement that Foreign Ministers of Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France insist on urgent meeting of the Contact...

    The work of building public awareness in the “liberated territories”
    Jan03

    The work of building public awareness in the “liberated territories”

    Back in September 2014, the Information Resistance group presented a report with the results of the monitoring [of the ongoing status] in the ATO [Anti-terrorist operation] zone. One of the conclusions of the report was: a pro-Ukrainian Russian-language print media must be established urgently, geared at the local population and distributed free...

    National Security and Defense Council: Ukrainian servicemen received a unique tactical UAV
    Jan03

    National Security and Defense Council: Ukrainian servicemen received a unique tactical UAV

    Kyiv, 3 January 2015 – Within the last day the situation in the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) zone was not subject to drastic change. Several isolated cases of aggressive actions on the part of militants at the Donetsk and Luhansk direction were spotted. As per the intelligence data new Russian Federation troops are seen arriving, attempts are...

    Merkel, Cameron to discuss situation in Ukraine
    Jan03

    Merkel, Cameron to discuss situation in Ukraine

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel will visit London on January 7 to discuss with British Prime Minister David Cameron the situation in Ukraine and the European economy. The spokespersons of the two leaders reported this on January 2, according to BBC Ukrainian. “Federal Chancellor Merkel will speak on bilateral, European political and...

    Ukraine concerned about increasing number of attacks and provocations by militants
    Jan03

    Ukraine concerned about increasing number of attacks and provocations by militants

    The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry has reported an increasing number of attacks and provocations by illegal armed groups, including using Grad multiple rocket launchers, artillery and mortars, and sees such actions as an intentional violation of the Minsk agreements. The press service of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry said this in a statement on...

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