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Section: News from Ukraine

    Commander of US strategic forces: Russia increasing number of ‘banned’ cruise missiles

    General John Hyten, Commander of the US nuclear forces and the US Strategic Command said that Russia has increased its deployment of cruise missiles that violate the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF Treaty), Radio Liberty reports. During Senate Armed Services Committee hearings, Republican Senator Deb Fischer asked whether Russia is...

    Poroshenko enacts checks of grounds for entry of Russians to Ukraine

    Citizens of Russian Federation will be obliged to inform in advance about the trip to Ukraine …read more Source:...

    Law on ban for weaponed people enter the building comes into force

    Golos Ukrainy published the law …read more Source:...

    Military Commands of Russia, NATO agree for first meeting since 2014, – Russia

    The initiative came from the representatives of NATO …read more Source:...

    Government increases number of liable for compulsory military service

    The maximum number of the conscripts (1,520 people) will be selected from Dnipropetrovsk region …read more Source:...

    Mykolaiv pays last tribute to Donbas Conflict hero pilot

    The father of the perished and his friends said the parting words …read more Source:...

    Kyiv, Paris sign agreement on agglomeration

    The Kyiv agglomeration could unite over 20 villages. …read more Source:...

    Poroshenko signs a law on ban for weaponed people enter the building

    The Parliament adopted the bill with 263 votes of people’s deputies yesterday …read more Source:...

    Media: India disappointed with Russian Su-57 fighters

    The Russian-Indian program to develop and produce fifth-generation fighter aircraft (FGFA) is in danger because the Indian Air Force believes that the aircraft does not measure up to required characteristics. It would likely be out-performed by the American F-35 and F-22, reports Hindustan Times, citing its sources in the air force. According to...

    Russian media: Ukraine’s gas transit system indispensable for Gazprom

    Even in 2020, Gazprom will still need the Ukrainian gas transit system for transit to Europe, since the EU’s ground infrastructure will not yet be ready to receive the gas from Nord Stream 2. By the end of 2019, when the contract for transit through Ukraine expires, Gazprom will be able to pump at most 34 billion of the projected 55 billion...

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