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    Croatian Prime Minister has offered Ukraine Zagreb’s expertise to retake Donbas

    Croatia has practical experience in armed conflict on its territory from the 1990s that can be used to resolve the situation in Ukraine, said the country’s Prime Minister, Andrej Plenkovic, while presenting at the UN General Assembly on Thursday. “We have this unique know-how and extensive expertise. This is a useful complementary...

    “Russia tries to exchange peace in Ukraine for Ukraine’s freedom” – President Poroshenko at UN

    A UN reform is needed A comprehensive reform of the Security Council is long overdue. When the UN was set up, it was designed to maintain peace and security in the world based on principles of respect for sovereignty and integrity of borders. The founding nations, among those was Ukraine as well, aimed at securing the world … The post “Russia...

    Hroisman threatens AMCU chief with dismissal if collusion revealed

    Prime Minister Volodymyr Hroisman has expressed dissatisfaction with the work of head of the Antimonopoly Committee Yurii Terentiev. …read more Source:...

    Fitch positively estimates enter of Ukraine to loan market

    The agency thinks that it will decrease the risk of consolidation and increases reserves …read more Source:...

    Russian Prime Minister Medvedev says U.S. intends to bury Nord Stream-2

    The U.S. wants to bury the Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline, as stated by Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev at a press conference following a meeting with his Finnish counterpart Juha Sipila, Interfax reports. “The most pragmatic is the position of the United States, which wants to bury this project with all sorts of legal decisions,...

    Two judges nabbed trying to bribe anti-corruption prosecutor Kholodnytskyi with $300,000. PHOTOS

    The Prosecutor General’s Office together with the Security Service of Ukraine have apprehended the chairman of the Kirovskii District Court of Dnipro and a judge of the same court who tried to bribe the head of the Special Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office Nazar Kholodnytskyi. …read more Source:...

    NATO: Suspicions about Russia’s Zapad-2017 exercises were justified, the scale of the drills was much bigger than declared

    NATO is confident that its suspicions concerning the Zapad 2017 Russian-Belarusian exercises were justified. “It will take several weeks for a full assessment, but it is already clear that the scale and the geographic coverage of the Zapad 2017 exercise turned out to be substantially larger than those declared initially by Moscow and...

    Serbian Education Ministry signs agreements with Artek Camp in annexed Crimea

    The Serbians can visit the captured camp as the volunteers …read more Source:...

    Terrorists stage provocation at Maiorsk checkpoint, make civilians seek refuge in Ukrainian positions, – HQ

    On Sept. 20, Russian occupiers once again demonstrated their attitude to the civilian population by launching yet another provocation against the elderly, women and children. …read more Source:...

    Board of Judges chief makes 21 mistakes in application

    Activists supervising the selection of candidates for top positions in Ukraine’s courts posted an application letter by Valentyna Simonenko, Board of Judges of Ukraine chief, with 21 grammatical, lexical and stylistic mistakes, Center for Countering Corruption writes on its Facebook page Sept. 21. …read more Source:...

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