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    European Union extends Crimea sanctions by another year
    Jun19

    European Union extends Crimea sanctions by another year

    Sanctions imposed by the European Union on the Crimean peninsula will remain in place until June 2018, the bloc’s foreign ministers decided at a meeting in Brussels on Monday. Reports Deutsche Welle. The sanctions include a ban on all imports and … …read more Source:...

    Ashot Ghulian: Artsakh welcomes all subjects of its sovereignty
    Jun19

    Ashot Ghulian: Artsakh welcomes all subjects of its sovereignty

    “Every time you congratulate South Ossetia, Abkhazia, Transnistria, Crimea, we are having a problem”: told the president of “Bright Armenia” party, the Member of the Parliament from “Yelq” bloc Edmon Marukyan during the 3rd conference of Armenian political parties, noting … …read more Source:...

    Journalist missing in east Ukraine
    Jun17

    Journalist missing in east Ukraine

    New York, June 16, 2017—Authorities in eastern Ukraine should do everything possible to locate freelance journalist Stanyslav Aseyev, who has been missing from his home in the city of Donetsk since June 3, according to news reports and his employer. … …read more Source:...

    Ukraine bars top Russian boxer from championships over Crimea visit
    Jun15

    Ukraine bars top Russian boxer from championships over Crimea visit

    Ukraine has banned top Russian boxer Georgy Kushitashvili from entering the country for the European Boxing Championships because he had visited Crimea, Ukrainian and Russian officials said on June 14. Reports Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. Kushitashvili was one of nine … …read more Source:...

    EU disappointed by Ukraine’s slow progress in reforming intellectual property rights
    Jun13

    EU disappointed by Ukraine’s slow progress in reforming intellectual property rights

    On 8 June the EU and Ukraine met to discuss Ukraine’s progress in reforming its intellectual property rights laws. EU representatives claimed that the current situation regarding collective management organisations is causing irreparable damage to the interests of thousands of … …read more Source:...

    Ukrainians can now enter the European Union visa-free
    Jun11

    Ukrainians can now enter the European Union visa-free

    On Sunday, Ukrainians celebrated their first day of visa-free access to most of the EU’s 28 nations following a measure adopted by the European Parliament in April and the European Council heads of government in May. Deutsche Welle reports. One … …read more Source:...

    White House says Russia sanctions to remain until Ukraine crisis resolved
    Jun10

    White House says Russia sanctions to remain until Ukraine crisis resolved

    A spokeswoman for U.S. President Donald Trump says sanctions against Russia for its interference in Ukraine would remain in place until the crisis is resolved. Reports Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. Spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders on June 8 said the United … …read more Source:...

    ‘NATO’s aloofness vis-a-vis the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict is no longer sustainable’
    May24

    ‘NATO’s aloofness vis-a-vis the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict is no longer sustainable’

    The escalating standoff between Russia and the west, on the increase since the 2014 Russian military incursion into Ukraine, inherently led to a fundamental transformation of Eastern Europe’s security environment. A revised strategic reality in Europe, coupled with rising challenges … …read more Source:...

    EU decision to grant visa-free travel to Ukrainians becomes official
    May22

    EU decision to grant visa-free travel to Ukrainians becomes official

    BRUSSELS — The European Union’s decision granting visa liberalization for Ukraine has been published in the EU’s official journal, paving the way for the visa-free regime to enter into force on 11 June, 20 days after its publication on May … …read more Source:...

    Ukraine bans Russian media outlets, websites
    May18

    Ukraine bans Russian media outlets, websites

    New York, May 17, 2017—Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko should immediately reverse his order obstructing at least 19 Russian media companies, four popular Russian websites, and banning at least 13 journalists from entering the country for a year, the Committee to … …read more Source:...

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