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Section: News from Ukraine

    Canadian biathlon team to boycott competitions in Russia

    The Canadian biathlon team has written a letter to the President of the International Biathlon Union (IBU), Anders Besseberg, informing the Union that the athletes intend to boycott the IBU World Cup in Tyumen, Russia, reported the Norwegian broadcaster NRK. The reasoning for the boycott is the refusal of the IBU to punish the Russian team for...

    Russia bans running of Ukrainian film about medical workers

    The film tells about the volunteers-paramedics that worked during the combat actions in Donbas …read more Source:...

    FSB claims on detention of two Ukrainians in occupied Crimea

    The men were detained at the checkpoint …read more Source:...

    Ukraine needs much broader assistance program than Javelins, – Wesley Clark

    “We don’t want a peacekeeping mission that would lock in concrete something that’s unjust and illegal,” – General Wesley Clark, retired Supreme Allied Commander Europe …read more Source:...

    I do not distort anything but Ukraine decided to change prisoners’ exchange list, – Putin

    Let’s finally do it, – Putin said …read more Source:...

    UN General Assembly to consider resolution on Crimea on December 19

    The United Nations General Assembly plans to consider a resolution on human rights in the annexed Crimea December 19, as reported on Twitter by the press service of the Ukrainian mission of the United Nations. “Voting in the UN General Assembly on the Ukrainian draft resolution entitled ‘Situation of human rights in the temporarily occupied...

    I do not distort anything but Ukraine decided to change prisoners’ exchange list, – Putin

    Let’s finally do it, – Putin said …read more Source:...

    PACE urges Russia to stop supporting militants in Donbass

    The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) called on the Russian Federation to stop supporting militants in Donbass, as reported on the official website of PACE. “Adopting a draft resolution, based on the report prepared by Egidijus Vareikis (Lithuania) the Committee called on all member States ‘to use their joint political...

    Ukrainian IT brain drain: where IT professionals go, and why they leave

    The majority of IT specialists who have left Ukraine currently live in Poland (26%), Germany (19%), the USA (13%) and the Netherlands (6%). This is according to the results of a survey from DOU, popular Ukrainian portal for Ukrainian IT professionals. In the previous 5 years, the tendency of experienced and qualified IT specialists to … The post...

    Canadian government allows supply of lethal weapons to Ukraine

    Canadian government has allowed Canadian defense companies to sell weapons to Ukraine. Canadian officials hope that the step will influence the Trump administration to follow suit. Canadian media reports that Ukraine has been added to Canada’s automatic firearms country control list. According to the website of the Canadian government, the...

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