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    ‘Cold Eastern Winds’: An interview with Ukrainian Vice Prime Minister Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze
    Nov13

    ‘Cold Eastern Winds’: An interview with Ukrainian Vice Prime Minister Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze

    Ukrainian Vice Prime Minister, Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze, joined Brian Maguire in the EURACTIV Studio to discuss the Eastern Partnership Summit declaration, Ukraine’s intense reform process, the challenge of ‘Ukraine fatigue’ in Brussels, and the risks Russia continues to present along Europe’s Eastern border. …read more...

    Polish-German relations tighten over talk show remarks
    Nov06

    Polish-German relations tighten over talk show remarks

    During a visit to Ukraine (5 November), Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski expressed his indignation over Germany’s current policy towards Poland, insisting Berlin supports the country’s opposition forces. …read more Source:...

    Poland seeks to deny entry to those with ‘extreme anti-Polish attitudes’
    Nov03

    Poland seeks to deny entry to those with ‘extreme anti-Polish attitudes’

    In a further sign of strained relations between Warsaw and Kyiv, Poland’s Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski said on Thursday (2 November) that procedures to bar people “with extreme anti-Polish attitudes” from entering the country are being launched, drawing an angry reply from Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Mediation for peace
    Oct31

    Mediation for peace

    This week, EURACTIV reports from Astana about the various mediation efforts of Kazakhstan on the international scene, including the Syria war and the conflict in Eastern Ukraine, as well as the county’s initiatives as non-permanent member of the UN Security Council. …read more Source:...

    Speaking with facts about Ukraine’s law on education
    Oct23

    Speaking with facts about Ukraine’s law on education

    It is high time to stop politicizing the new Ukrainian Law on education, writes Ukraine’s Ambassador to the EU, Mykola Tochytskyi. …read more Source:...

    Hungary wants EU to review Ukraine ties over minority languages law
    Oct11

    Hungary wants EU to review Ukraine ties over minority languages law

    Hungary will ask the European Union to review its ties with Ukraine over Kyiv’s decision to scrap teaching subjects in languages of its ethnic minorities, including in Hungarian, from its secondary school curriculum. …read more Source:...

    EU sets duties on certain steel imports, tariff price controversial
    Oct09

    EU sets duties on certain steel imports, tariff price controversial

    The European Union has decided to set duties on hot-rolled steel from Brazil, Iran, Russia and Ukraine after a complaint by EU manufacturers that the product used for construction and machinery was being sold at excessively low prices. …read more Source:...

    Energy analyst: Russian proposals to use Ukrainian pipelines a ‘joke’
    Sep29

    Energy analyst: Russian proposals to use Ukrainian pipelines a ‘joke’

    If Russia’s gas supply to Europe is to remain reliable, the Ukrainian system must run parallel to Nord Stream 2, Oleksandr Sukhodolia told EURACTIV Slovakia. …read more Source:...

    More than javelins, Ukraine needs change
    Sep23

    More than javelins, Ukraine needs change

    I remember Ukraine as a friendlier place. But my country’s recent uptick of expelling foreigners it considers inconvenient belies a less hospitable, darker trend. The government that grew out of Ukraine’s 2014 “Revolution of Peoples’ Dignity” now has some Ukrainians reminiscing about the more tolerant, less corrupt government it...

    Russian court rejects Siemens’ plea to seize its turbines in Crimea
    Aug21

    Russian court rejects Siemens’ plea to seize its turbines in Crimea

    A Moscow court has rejected a request by Siemens to seize its gas turbines, which have turned up in Crimea contrary to EU sanctions, and to ban their installation ahead of preliminary hearings next month, the court’s ruling showed on Sunday (20 August). …read more Source:...

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