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Section: News from Ukraine

    Member of Russia’s Presidential Council for Human Rights admits that Russia has annexed the Donbas and is unwilling to withdraw its forces

    Ilya Shablinskiy, a member of Russia’s Presidential Council for Civil Society and Human Rights, admitted that Russia has effectively annexed and is controlling a part of the Donbas. Shablinsky made a statement to this effect in a broadcast of the “60 Minute” talk show on the Russian TV Channel “Russia 1”. “These territories are controlled...

    Turkey imposes restrictions on import of Russian agricultural products

    Turkey has decided to tighten the criteria for the supply of Russian agricultural products, said Andrey Sizov, director of the SovEcon analytical center, Fontanka news website reports. In his opinion, the restrictions could be related to the ban on the supply of tomatoes from Turkey. “Yes, it’s probably a matter of allowing Turkish tomatoes...

    Kyiv considers disallowing Ukrainian government officials from traveling to Russia

    Deputies of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine proposed a draft bill which proposes the introduction of a temporary restriction on Ukrainians travelling to Russia, as published on the parliament’s website. “Departure from Ukraine into the aggressor state is temporarily restricted to citizens who are civil servants (except for employees of...

    Ukraine to finish cooperation program with IMF by 2019, – Finance Minister Danyliuk

    Ukraine intends to finish cooperation program with the International Monetary Fund by 2019. …read more Source:...

    Turkey to supply communications equipment to Ukraine army

    During the meeting of Turkish and Ukrainian president Oct. 9, a contract was signed for the supply by Turkish ASELSAN communications equipment, head of Rada defense and security committee Serhij Pashynskyj said, speaking on ZIK TV Oct. 10. …read more Source:...

    “Ukraine will not trade its citizens, territory, and sovereignty,” – Iryna Herashchenko on Zeman’s statement about Crimea

    Czech President Milos Zeman proposed Tuesday during the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe that Ukraine should agree with Russia on financial or oil and gas compensation for occupied Crimea, but Ukraine finds this proposal unacceptable. …read more Source:...

    Rada deputy speaker lashes out at Hungary

    Hungary’s criticism of the Ukrainian law on education is rooted in the upcoming elections. Hungary borrowed this specific tool from the Kremlin, Rada deputy speaker Iryna Herashchenko writes in Facebook Oct. 10. …read more Source:...

    Czech President Zeman says Crimean annexation ‘fait accompli’

    Czech President Milos Zeman believes the loss of Crimea to be a ‘fait accompli’ and proposes that the issue is settled through payments to Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Why UN peacekeepers in Ukraine can’t change situation radically?

    There is the concept of peacekeeping – these are missions aimed at curbing aggression, but they are not involved in military operations …read more Source:...

    Hungarian foreign minister refused to meet his Ukrainian counterpart Klimkin during visit to Zakarpattia

    Head of Hungarian Foreign Ministry Peter Szijjarto refused to meet his Ukrainian counterpart Pavlo Klimkin during the former’s visit to the Zakarpattia region of Ukraine. …read more Source:...

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