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Section: News from Ukraine

    HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK: MAR. 19 – 23

    Armed conflict in Donbas, Savchenko’s detention, reaction of Ukrainian authorities on Russia’s presidential elections, etc – the whole week on one page …read more Source:...

    Latvian Parliament passes bill prohibiting high schools from teaching in languages of national minorities

    The amendments to the Latvian Law on Education, involving the abolition of bilingual education in schools, have undergone the third and final reading in the Saeima or Latvian Parliament. According to Delfi news portal, 58 deputies voted in favor of the bill while 18 voted against it. It must now be approved by the President. The plans of the...

    Trump approves security and defense assistance for Ukraine

    According to the Bill, the Pentagon allocates $200 million to provide military technical assistance for Ukraine, which is $50 million more than in 2017 …read more Source:...

    Donbas conflict HQ appoints internal investigation

    After the information was specified, it became known that the fact that enemy fired at Ukrainian positions in Donetsk sector from small arms on March 22 was confirmed …read more Source:...

    Poland reduces its reparation claims to Germany by $300 billion

    The head of the reparations commission of the Polish Sejm, Arkadiusz Mularczyk, said during a speech in Parliament that Germany should pay Poland more than $543 billion in compensation for damage caused during the Second World War, the Polish news agency PAP reports. “In 1990, the sum was $284 billion. However, if we revalue taking into...

    Savchenko’s defense to appeal against Court’s decision

    Chevguz noted that Savchenko will be kept in SBU’s detention center …read more Source:...

    Russia sends military instructors to Central African Republic

    Artyom Kozhin, Deputy Head of the Information and Press Department of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, has stated that five military and 170 civilian instructors from Russia have been sent to the Central African Republic (CAR). “With the consent of the UN Security Council Committee created pursuant to UNSC Resolution 2127, an...

    Court arrested Savchenko for two months without bail

    The lawyers insisted on the preventive measures, which are not connected with custody …read more Source:...

    NATO calls on Russia to answer all questions in Skripal case

    Russia must respond to all the United Kingdom’s questions regarding the incident of the poisoning of former GRU (Russia’s Main Intelligence Directorate) colonel Sergei Skripal in the British town of Salisbury, as stated by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg after discussions with the Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, Andrej...

    Trump to veto bill which provides assistance for Ukraine

    It should be mentioned, that U.S. Congress passed the bill which provides increased financial assistance for Ukraine …read more Source:...

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