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Section: News from Ukraine

    Decisions on Donbas depend on Putin, – Volker

    The U.S. envoy for Ukraine affairs disapproved the assumed removal of Vladislav Surkov from the office of President Putin’s counselor …read more Source:...

    Donbas: Two agents of Ukraine’s Security Service killed, one wounded in action

    A group of SBU operatives suffered an artillery attack in Luhansk region …read more Source:...

    People being deceived here, yet beer is cheap: Kyiv as seen by UEFA fans

    Zoya Shu, a photographer, took a walk around Kyiv before UEFA Champions League Final between Real Madrid and British Liverpool gathering feelings and emotions of the fans, who, at that moment, did not know how the game would end …read more Source:...

    Kremlin does not believe UK will place sanctions on Russian sovereign debt

    On the sidelines of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF-2018),Russia’s Deputy Finance Minister Sergey Storchak said that he does not consider it likely that the British government will place sanctions on Russian sovereign debt. “It is not London’s official position. I don’t see any threat, and I don’t...

    Poland’s Minister of Foreign Affairs: relations with Russia remain in deep crisis

    At the spring session of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly in Warsaw ,the Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Jacek Czaputowicz believes that relations with Russia are still in deep crisis, Polish radio reports. According to Czaputowicz, “there were no elements that would justify a change in the Alliance’s position”. Under the...

    NATO Parliamentary Assembly accuses Russia of human rights violations in Ukraine and Georgia

    Iryna Friz, the chairman of Ukraine’s permanent delegation, stated on her Facebook page that a report of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly that held its spring session in Warsaw on Saturday, identified Russia as responsible for human rights violations in Ukraine and Georgia. The report “Fostering Democracy and Human Rights in the Black Sea...

    Ukraine blocks access to additional Russian media outlets

    Some Russian and Ukrainian media outlets have been subjected to sanctions of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine (NSDC), as stated in the annex to the decision of the NSDC from May 2, 2018, published on the website of the President of Ukraine. Among the media that fell under sanctions are RIA Novosti Ukraine (Interselect LLC and...

    Ukraine and Bulgaria agree on the construction of a transport corridor

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov agreed on the joint construction of a road between the Odessa region, Reni and Varna, Poroshenko’s reported on hist Twitter. “We agreed with the Prime Minister of Bulgaria to step up the construction of the road between the Odessa region, Reni and Varna through...

    Russian tycoon Deripaska asks Kremlin for help after falling under US sanctions

    Russian tycoon Oleg Deripaska has appealed to the Russian government, requesting it to buy out aluminum from Rusal, which the company cannot sell being cut off from the world’s largest trading floors. Interfax reports that Deripaska hopes that the Russian government could buy back the company’s product for the State Reserve....

    Poland ready to tighten sanctions against Russia

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland expressed their readiness to tighten the sanctions against Moscow if it does not demonstrate effective steps to return the annexed territories to Ukraine. During the consultations, the heads of treaty and law departments of the Ukrainian and Polish Foreign Ministries discussed the legal consequences of...

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