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Section: News from Ukraine

    OSCE extends monitoring mission’s mandate at Russian border checkpoints

    Russia has been blocking the procedure of mandate extension over the entire militant-held part of Ukraine-Russia border, – Ukraine’s foreign ministry …read more Source:...

    Fire at arsenal in Balakliya: Flames cover area of 35 heactares

    As of 5 p.m. Thursday, 37 vehicles and 150 men have been putting out the fire at the military infrastructure object in Kharkiv region, northeastern Ukraine …read more Source:...

    Russian Su-30SM fighter crashes off Syrian coast

    A Russian Su-30SM fighter aircraft crashed after takeoff from Khmeimim airbase in Syria, as reported by Interfax with reference to the Russian Defense Ministry. Both pilots were killed. The accident occurred on May 3 at 9:45 am over the Mediterranean Sea. According to the Russian Defense Ministry, the plane was not shot down. The Ministry alleged...

    Ukraine introduces sanctions that mirror US sanctions against Russia

    The National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) has introduced sanctions that mirror US sanctions against Russian companies and citizens for aggression against Ukraine, as reported by the Press Office of the NSDC. According to the NSDC’s statement, the National Security and Defense Council held a meeting on Wednesday during which they...

    Poroshenko, Merkel, Macron to meet in Aachen on May 10

    The German leader specified this is not a Normandy Four meeting since Russia’s Vladimir Putin is not going to participate …read more Source:...

    North Korea dismantles equipment at nuclear proving ground

    The cables are removed from the tunnels at the proving ground; personnel and equipment were spotted near the entrance to the tunnel …read more Source:...

    Eight Moldovan citizens convicted for participation in Donbas Conflict

    Moldova concerned that its citizens can be recruited to the occupation troops …read more Source:...

    European Court of Justice rejects Naftogaz’s claim against the European Commission regarding Gazprom’s access to OPAL pipeline

    The European Court of Justice dismissed the claim of the Ukrainian state-owned company Naftogaz against the European Commission (EC). Naftogaz filed a lawsuit against the EC in March of last year in response to the EC’s decision to allow the Russia’s Gazprom additional transit volumes through the OPAL and Nord Stream pipelines....

    UEFA 2018: Kyiv to become ‘capital city of the world’, – Poroshenko

    The Ukrainian leader met with Martin Cullen, UEFA executive director, who expressed satisfaction with how the administration prepared for the final of this year’s Champions League …read more Source:...

    Group of NATO warships enters the Black Sea

    Warships from the NATO Standing Maritime Group 2 entered the Black Sea, as reported by Turkish information portals that track the passage of ships across the Bosporus Strait and the Sea of Marmara. The British missile destroyer HMS Duncan (D37) is the flagship of the NATO vessels. The group also includes the Spanish Navy frigate ESPS Victoria...

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