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    US advocates UN peacekeeping mission in Donbas with no Russian personnel in it, Secial Envoy Volker says

    U.S. Secial Envoy for Ukraine Kurt Volker says America stands for the deployment of the U.N. peacekeeping force in Ukraine’s east providing that it will include no Russian personnel. …read more Source:...

    Putin’s proposal for Ukraine is another trap for Trump

    The Russian president is doing the same thing in Ukraine that he did in Syria. Will the U.S. fall for it? …read more Source:...

    CNN answers to Trump’s critics of their objectivity

    Yet again President Trump accused the channel of “fake news” …read more Source:...

    OSCE records more cease-fire violations in Donbas

    In Luhansk, there are unidentified armed persons, but the situation appears to be calm …read more Source:...

    One Ukrainian soldier captured in confrontation near Krymske

    The Ukrainian Army is verifying the information …read more Source:...

    Turchynov: Ukraine to start serial production of multiple rocket launcher systems

    Ukraine plans to start the serial production of multiple rocket launcher systems in 2018, as stated by the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council (NSDC), Oleksandr Turchynov, 112 Ukraine reports. “We have already resolved the deficit that arose in the armed forces after 2014 concerning the provision of rocket launcher...

    Day in Donbas: Militants continue to use prohibited weapons

    Since the beginning of the day, six enemy shellings have been registered …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian MP: West must shoulder its share of responsibility for corruption in Ukraine

    Western countries are a little dishonest when they blame rampant corruption solely on Ukraine because they often themselves provide cover for Ukrainian oligarchs and other super-rich, as stated by a member of the Verkhovna Rada (Parliament of Ukraine), Hanna Hopko, to LB.ua. “When our western partners reprimand us and point to Ukrainian oligarchs...

    Budapest: Hungary will not support Ukraine’s course to NATO and the EU

    Budapest cannot support Kyiv’s Euro-Atlantic efforts until they abolish the “discriminatory” Ukrainian law “On Education,” as stated by the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Hungary, Péter Szijjártó, at the Eastern Partnership summit on the 24th of November in Brussels, Radio Liberty reports. “We cannot do this...

    World honors memory of Holodomor victims

    Mourning events were held in a number of countries …read more Source:...

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