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Section: News from Ukraine

    Lithuanian lawmakers condemn Hungarian ultimatum to Ukraine over language issue

    A group of 37 Lithuanian lawmakers signed an appeal not to block Ukraine’s access to the European Union, Delfi reports Nov. 9. …read more Source:...

    Three Russian military vessels approach Latvian border

    Two battleships and a submarine came close to the border but never violated it, – National Armed Forces …read more Source:...

    Historical truth important for good relations of Ukraine, Poland, – Duda

    According to him, the relations with Ukraine cannot be built on the ‘lies and hushing up of the tragic history’ …read more Source:...

    Luhansk Energy Union to shut off filter station supplying water

    This decision explained by a debt in the sum of 5.8 million dollars …read more Source:...

    Chiygoz: There are no Crimeans other than Ukraine’s citizens living in Crimea

    It was the notion of ‘Crimeans’ that once triggered separatism in the now Russian-occupied Crimea. …read more Source:...

    Anti-Terrorist Operation in Donbas to be headed by General Mykhailo Zabrodsky

    Zabrodsky was appointed as part of the planned rotation …read more Source:...

    National TV Council as expected gives license to Rada TV channel, not to 112 Ukraine TV channel

    5 TV channels ran for obtaining digital broadcasting license – News One, PulsPlus, Rada, Gravis-Kino and 112 Ukraine TV channel …read more Source:...

    Viatrovych criticizes monument dedicated to Poles perished in fight against UPA

    The majority of the perished in the fight against Ukrainian insurgents were representatives of the communist security …read more Source:...

    Serbian Foreign Ministry recalls Ambassador from Kyiv

    Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic recalled Serbian Ambassador to Ukraine Rade Bulatovich for consultations. The Minister plans to discuss with the Ambassador current issues concerning relations with Ukraine and “further measures” related to them. The Serbian Foreign Ministry emphasizes that Serbia has repeatedly stated its support for the...

    Ukraine to receive assistance worth $350M as US Congress approves defense budget

    Assistance for Ukraine worth $350 million, which includes granting lethal weapons, is envisaged by the draft defense budget for the fiscal year 2018 approved by the U.S. Armed Services Committees of the House of Representatives and the Senate. …read more Source:...

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