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Section: News from Ukraine

    Russia to expel 23 British diplomats

    The diplomats have to leave the country in a week …read more Source:...

    Poroshenko asks Erdoğan not to acknowledge Russian elections in Crimea

    Poroshenko also called Turkish citizens for abstaining in elections monitoring in the annexed Crimea …read more Source:...

    Skripal’s case: Novichok creator tells about antidote

    According to him, “atropine or aphin were injected eventually and helped” Skripal and his daughter, though their bodies were injured irretrievably by that time …read more Source:...

    Ambassador asks Euronews not to cover Crimea without Russian propaganda

    Ukraine’s Ambassador to the EU called the TV channel for not supporting Russian propaganda …read more Source:...

    Ukraine sends official notification to UN on Russian presidential elections

    The letter comprises Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry claim concerning the decision of the Crimean administration to hold an illegal voting on the peninsula …read more Source:...

    Winter Paralympic Games: Ukraine wins two more medals

    Grygorii Vovchansky came second in 10-km ski race among athletes in a “stand-up position”, Maksym Yarovyi won bronze in 7,5-km ski race (seated) …read more Source:...

    NATO Secretary-General puts poisoning of ex-spy in Britain on par with Russian aggression in Ukraine

    North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has sharply condemned the use of nerve gas in the United Kingdom against former GRU employee Sergei Skripal and his daughter, reports Voice of America. Speaking at the launch of NATO’s Annual Report for 2017, Stoltenberg called the poisoning of Skripal “the...

    Day in Donbas: no actions performed

    The ceasefire was not violated by 18:00 …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian President welcomes new US sanctions against Russia

    President Petro Poroshenko has welcomed the introduction of new US sanctions against Russia. “Every unlawful and illegitimate act of the Kremlin, whether in the Crimea, the Donbas or Salisbury, will continue to receive our solid, firm and resolute response on both sides of the Atlantic,” the President wrote on Facebook. He stressed...

    Russia expects UN and OSCE to estimate Ukraine’s actions

    Russian Foreign Ministry informs, that such actions contradict Vienna Conventions …read more Source:...

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