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    CPJ calls on Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to reaffirm his commitment to ensuring journalists’ safety
    Sep20

    CPJ calls on Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to reaffirm his commitment to ensuring journalists’ safety

    September 18, 2017 His Excellency Petro Poroshenko, President of Ukraine Bankova st, 11 Kiev, Ukraine Sent via e-mail and facsimile: presidentpressoffice@apu.gov.ua;pressoffice@apu.gov.ua; +380 44 255 6161 Dear President Poroshenko, We at the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), an independent press freedom … …read more Source:...

    Opportunity for civil society leaders from Eastern Neighbourhood – apply now
    Sep06

    Opportunity for civil society leaders from Eastern Neighbourhood – apply now

    Young civil society leaders from the six Eastern Neighbourhood countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine) are invited to apply for the Eastern Partnership Civil Society fellowship programme and increase their leadership capacity. Supported by Eastern Partnership Civil … …read more Source:...

    Opportunity for civil society leaders from Eastern Neighbourhood – apply now
    Sep06

    Opportunity for civil society leaders from Eastern Neighbourhood – apply now

    Young civil society leaders from the six Eastern Neighbourhood countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine) are invited to apply for the Eastern Partnership Civil Society fellowship programme and increase their leadership capacity. Supported by Eastern Partnership Civil … …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s security service deports Russian journalist
    Aug31

    Ukraine’s security service deports Russian journalist

    Russian journalist Anna Kurbatova was today grabbed on the street in the center of Kiev by unknown people and later deported, according to her employer Russian state television’s Channel One. Ukraine’s security service (SBU) said authorities have banned the journalist from entering Ukraine for … …read more Source:...

    Viewing Ukraine from Armenia
    Aug28

    Viewing Ukraine from Armenia

    Prompted by the New York Times reporting that North Korea may have gotten some of its best missile technology from a factory in Ukraine, I realized there was a long-standing gap in my understanding of where that country fell in … …read more Source:...

    2 Injured in Explosion in Central Kyiv, Police Says
    Aug25

    2 Injured in Explosion in Central Kyiv, Police Says

    Two people were injured by an explosion in the center of Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital, on Independence Day, police said on Thursday. The blast occurred at 1406 (1106 GMT), police said in a statement, giving no more details. The local television … …read more Source:...

    Ukraine Deports Russian Journalist Over ‘National Security’ Concerns
    Aug16

    Ukraine Deports Russian Journalist Over ‘National Security’ Concerns

    Ukrainian authorities have deported Russian journalist Tamara Nersesian over national security concerns. Olena Hitlyanska, a spokeswoman for Ukraine’s Security Service (SBU), wrote on Facebook on August 15 that “Russian propagandist” Nersesian had been deported overnight and barred from entering Ukraine … …read more Source:...

    EU adds 3 persons and 3 companies to sanctions list over actions against Ukraine’s territorial integrity
    Aug07

    EU adds 3 persons and 3 companies to sanctions list over actions against Ukraine’s territorial integrity

    The EU has added 3 Russian nationals and 3 companies involved in the transfer of gas turbines to Crimea to the list of persons subject to restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining Ukraine’s territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence. The EU has … …read more Source:...

    Sanctions not to undermine Putin’s administration, but to contribute to reduction of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine: David Setter
    Aug05

    Sanctions not to undermine Putin’s administration, but to contribute to reduction of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine: David Setter

    According to senior researcher at Hudson University, USSR, and Russian affairs analyst David Setter it would be good for the Russians to understand that further aggression will be costly for them 1976-1982 Financial Times newspaper correspondent in Moscow, 1982 The … …read more Source:...

    Yanukovych’s Treason Trial Set To Restart
    Aug03

    Yanukovych’s Treason Trial Set To Restart

    The in-absentia treason trial of former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych is due to restart today. Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty reports. At the last hearing, held on July 12, a court in Kyiv adjourned the trial after Yanukovych’s new lawyer, Vitaliy … …read more Source:...

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