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    Umerov, Chiygoz to return to Kyiv October 26

    Leader of Crimean Tatars Mustafa Dzemilev found this out from Akhtem Chiygoz …read more Source:...

    Moldovan President Dodon: Swearing in of new Defense Minister violates acceptable bounds of political legitimacy

    Moldovan President Igor Dodon released a statement on the swearing in of Defense Minister Eugen Sturza. The statement was published on the president’s website. According to Dodon the actions of the Moldovan government have no political legitimacy. “The regime will fall into the pit which it is digging for others. The swearing in of the...

    Finish line: How will dispute between Gazprom and Naftogaz end?

    The legal battle between Gazprom and Naftogaz Ukraine in the Stockholm Arbitration goes to the finish line. The parties’ debate has been completed, and in November it is planned that the court will put the final point in the three-year dispute between the Ukrainian and Russian energy monopolists. 112.ua found out what to expect from the...

    Representative of Ukraine’s Mission in NATO: Ukraine can be Invited to special NATO partners program in 2018

    Next year, Ukraine can be invited to the Enhance Opportunity Program, which is a program for special partners of NATO, stated Head of the Mission of Ukraine to NATO Vadym Prystaiko in an interview with Ukrinform. “For Ukraine, the priority is to hold a special meeting of the Ukraine-NATO Commission at the highest level, to which the President...

    Imprisoned Crimean Tatar leaders Chiygoz and Umerov released by Russia, flown to Turkey

    Crimean Tatar leaders Akhtem Chiygoz and Ilmi Umerov, who were sentenced in occupied Crimea in politically motivated trials, have been reportedly pardoned by Russian President Vladimir Putin and have landed in Turkey, multiple sources reported on 25 October. A political agreement Lawyer Nikolai Polozov, who represented the interests of both...

    Ukrainian MP wounded in explosion

    He was leaving a building of a TV channel …read more Source:...

    Russian Prosecutor General asked the US to open a criminal case against Putin’s critic Browder

    The Russian Prosecutor General, Yury Chaika has requested the United States to launch a probe into British investor William Browder, on whose initiative the United States adopted the so-called “Magnitsky Act” on sanctions against Russian human rights violators. According to Radio Liberty, Chaika is said to have requested this in his...

    Expensive Naftogaz: Where does company spend 1.8 billion of budget funds?

    Vice Prime Minister Volodymyr Kistion in an interview said that the “superstructure” of Naftogaz Ukraine spends on its maintenance 1.8 billion UAH per year. He suggested that this superstructure should be liquidated …read more Source:...

    UN General Assembly postpones debate on Russian troops in Transdniestria

    The UN General Assembly has indefinitely postponed debate on the issue of the complete withdrawal of Russian troops and weapons from the territory of the Transdniestrian region of Moldova, as reported by the the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Moldova, citing UN Spokesperson Brenden Varma. “Based on a statement received from the delegates,...

    Ukraine needs Saakashvili as counterweight to power, expert

    “There was no personal interest on the part of Mikheil Saakashvili in the protests he organized. He just wants to write a positive page in the Ukrainian history for Ukrainians to remember him. There are no such leaders in Ukraine at present,” political analyst Viktor Moroz said, speaking on ZIK TV Oct. 25. …read more Source:...

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