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    McCain criticizes Trump’s trust of Putin not meddling in the election

    The Senator says that trusting a KGB colonel over American intelligence doesn’t put “America first” as the President numerously promised to do …read more Source:...

    Polish MFA says the issue of “Katyn crime” not solved with Ukraine yet

    It’s most likely that the MFA official meant Polish-Ukrainian conflict on Volyn, but misspoke and said Katyn instead …read more Source:...

    Trump, Putin discussed Ukraine at APEC summit in Vietnam

    According to Putin’s spokesperson, the discussion was short …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian Ambassador reacts to Austrian politicians visiting occupied Crimea

    The Ambassador says the politician violated both the EU regulations and Austria’s neutrality …read more Source:...

    Medvedchuk carries lot of weight with Poroshenko – Viktor Baloha

    Speaking to ZIK TV Nov. 11, lawmaker Viktor Baloha claimed Poroshenko is under the influence of Viktor Medvedchuk. …read more Source:...

    OSCE: rebels deny access to heavy weapons areas to monitors

    Despite the Minsk agreements, OSCE monitors cannot enter the areas where rebels heavy artillery and tanks are to be deployed, OSCE reported Nov. 11. …read more Source:...

    “DNR” militants deny OSCE access to heavy weapon storages

    The mission informed the JCCC about the violations …read more Source:...

    US, EU actions on Russia a remake of what brought the much stronger USSR to its end, Yakovenko says

    The almost certain approval of a US defense budget that will provide assistance to Ukraine, including lethal arms, while restricting US-Russian contacts and the EU’s moves toward a five billion US dollar Marshall Plan aid package for Kyiv represent a partial remake of the Western strategy that hastened the end of the USSR, Igor Yakovenko …...

    Ukrainian historian called his ban on entering Poland ‘a slap in the face of all Ukraine’

    The Director of the Ukrainian Institute of National Remembrance, Volodymyr Viatrovych, was banned from entering Poland. As Glavred news website reports, the historian himself considered this decision “a slap in the face of the whole Ukraine.” “It is not my personal problem. The problem is that the reason for banning my entry to...

    Ukrainian historian called his ban on entering Poland ‘a slap in the face of all Ukraine’

    The Director of the Ukrainian Institute of National Remembrance, Volodymyr Viatrovych, was banned from entering Poland. As Glavred news website reports, the historian himself considered this decision “a slap in the face of the whole Ukraine.” “It is not my personal problem. The problem is that the reason for banning my entry to...

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