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Section: News from Ukraine

    Hints of shift in Ukrainian conflict

    Russia’s approach to the conflict in the Eastern Ukraine may be shifting …read more Source:...

    Security Service of Ukraine deported 8 citizens of Georgia

    The decision was made as the activity of the foreigners contradicted the interests of Ukraine’s national security …read more Source:...

    Security Service of Ukraine says 158 people are held by militants in Donbas

    The location of 87 detainees is established …read more Source:...

    UN approves recommendations on human rights in Ukraine

    Ukraine is to look into the recommendations and respond before next March …read more Source:...

    Hackers break into sub-department of Ukraine’s State Service on Veterans

    The hackers stole personal data of some participants of Donbas conflict …read more Source:...

    Ukraine agrees to lift moratorium on exhumation for Poland

    Relations between the countries deteriorated when Ukraine introduced the ban because a memorial to Ukrainian Insurgent Army was taken down in Poland …read more Source:...

    US Department of State commemorates 84th anniversary of Holodomor

    The department condemns the efforts to deny Holodomor as historical fact …read more Source:...

    Ukraine gets two Christmases – December 25 and January 7

    Ukrainian lawmakers have voted to make December 25, celebrated as Christmas by the majority of the world’s Christians, as an official state holiday, besides January 7. This means that, starting from 2017, Ukraine will officially celebrate two Christmases. On the same day, the MPs voted to deprive May 2 of its holiday status, so Ukrainians …...

    Russia threatens to break ties with Dutch museums over Holland’s intention to return the Scythian gold to Ukraine

    The Minister of Culture of Russia, Vladimir Medinsky, argues that the continuation of inter-museum relations with Holland is impossible if the court decides not to return the collection of Scythian gold to the Crimean museums, as he stated during an interview with the Russian news agency RIA Novosti. “This concerns an unprecedented alienation of...

    Former Russian Finance Minister: There is a shortage of money for pension payments in Russia

    In an interview with newspaper Argumenty i Fakty, Former Russian Minister of Finance and Chairman of the Center for Strategic Research (CSR) Alexei Kudrin has spoken about a funding shortage in the Pension Fund of the Russian Federation. Kudrin replied to a question of whether Russia retained enough financial resources “for a modest pension...

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