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    Russia’s ‘special path’ is ‘modernization via catastrophe,’ historian Sergey Medvedev says

    Russia today, Sergey Medvedev says, “stands where Russia did at the beginning of the 1990s: before the inevitability of radical reforms for which it does not have the resources, the political class nor in essence, the state itself.” But the longer it puts things off, the more disastrous the consequences of this situation will become. … The post...

    Naftogaz investigates Ukrtransgaz board member over Paradise Papers

    The company will make results of the check public after its completion …read more Source:...

    Waszczykowski: Ukraine has “used” Poland for too long

    Polish Foreign Minister can recommend Andrzej Duda to cancel visit to Ukraine …read more Source:...

    Volker: International community will not allow another “Cyprus” in Donbas

    The Special Representative of the State Department believes that neither side is interested in a prolonged conflict in the East …read more Source:...

    Less than 20 companies expressed willingness to take part in the industrial park in Crimea

    A preliminary agreement on the organization of production in the industrial park of Sevastopol was signed by 17 Russian enterprises. The companies specialize in machinery, instrument making and glassware production, as stated by Nikolay Brusnikin, Head of the City Department for Priority Development Projects, RIA Crimea reports. “The...

    Less than 20 companies expressed willingness to take part in the industrial park in Crimea

    A preliminary agreement on the organization of production in the industrial park of Sevastopol was signed by 17 Russian enterprises. The companies specialize in machinery, instrument making and glassware production, as stated by Nikolay Brusnikin, Head of the City Department for Priority Development Projects, RIA Crimea reports. “The...

    Relatives of those killed in Russian Tu-134 crash on its way to Syria preparing a lawsuit

    Relatives of those killed in the Tu-154 crash in Sochi in December 2016 are preparing an appeal to the Moscow court, as stated by lawyer, Igor Trunov, TASS reports. “Today, I was approached by the relatives and friends of those killed in the Sochi air crash on December 25th, which killed 92 people. At the moment, agreements [with the...

    Poland not satisfied with the Ukrainian assurances in the absence of anti-Polish sentiment

    Warsaw is pleased with the lack of anti-Polish sentiment in Ukraine, but the country still expects “specific proposals on historical issues” from Kyiv, as stated by the Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Witold Waszczykowski. “The statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine that there is no anti-Polish sentiment in...

    Russian Ambassador speaks about ‘delicate’ lawsuit against US over diplomatic property

    Russia is carrying out “thorough and delicate” work to prepare a lawsuit against the US regarding the blocking by US authorities of access to Russian diplomatic property in the United States, Russian Ambassador to the United States Anatoly Antonov told RIA Novosti on the sidelines of the Russian-American Science Association (RASA-US)...

    International investigation reveals that Ukrainian President set up an offshore company to avoid taxes and not to facilitate the sale of his chocolate business

    The purpose of creating an offshore corporation for Roshen, a confectionary business owned by President Petro Poroshenko, could be to minimize taxes rather than transferring the business into a blind trust for further sale, as indicated in an investigative report conducted by the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP), an...

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