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    Even with Turkish Stream, Russia can’t avoid sending gas via Ukraine
    Feb13

    Even with Turkish Stream, Russia can’t avoid sending gas via Ukraine

    Russia’s plan to cut out Ukraine as a gas transit route is unrealistic because the EU will seek non-Russian gas rather than build the links it would need to Moscow’s proposed new pipeline to Turkey, industry sources and analysts say. …read more Source: Channel...

    Insight – In Russia, battle for university places deflates Crimea euphoria
    Feb13

    Insight – In Russia, battle for university places deflates Crimea euphoria

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Alexandra Kartokhina always dreamed of studying in a big city. She even went to a Russian school in her native Crimea to help her achieve her ambition of studying in St Petersburg. …read more Source: The...

    Even with Turkish Stream, Russia can't avoid sending gas via Ukraine
    Feb13

    Even with Turkish Stream, Russia can't avoid sending gas via Ukraine

    BRUSSELS/ESSEN/MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia’s plan to cut out Ukraine as a gas transit route is unrealistic because the EU will seek non-Russian gas rather than build the links it would need to Moscow’s proposed new pipeline to Turkey, industry sources and analysts say. …read more Source: The...

    In Russia, Battle for University Places Deflates Crimea Euphoria
    Feb13

    In Russia, Battle for University Places Deflates Crimea Euphoria

    With the economy heading for recession and education targeted by budget cuts, the stream of students from Crimea is adding to simmering anger over how much Russians are having to pay for annexing the … …read more Source:...

    Poroshenko to soon visit Turkmenistan
    Feb13

    Poroshenko to soon visit Turkmenistan

    It became known from the meeting of Rashid Meredov with Advisor to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Viktor Maiko. …read more Source: AKIpress News...

    US welcomes Ukraine ceasefire deal
    Feb13

    US welcomes Ukraine ceasefire deal

    The United States welcomes the ceasefire agreement on the Ukraine crisis reached in the Belarusian capital of Minsk and calls for immediate implementation of the deal, the White House said Thursday. …read more Source: Global...

    British, French defense chiefs welcome Minsk ceasefire agreements
    Feb13

    British, French defense chiefs welcome Minsk ceasefire agreements

    British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon and his French counterpart Jean-Yves Le Drian on Thursday welcomed the Minsk ceasefire agreement which aims to bring peace to Ukraine, urging for an end to the conflict on the ground. …read more Source: Global...

    Tusk says Minsk deal of ceasefire “must be respected”
    Feb13

    Tusk says Minsk deal of ceasefire “must be respected”

    European Council President Donald Tusk said on late Thursday the Minsk deal of ceasefire in eastern Ukraine must be respected after an informal summit meeting of the European Union (EU) in Brussels. …read more Source: Global...

    World Bank to provide up to $2 bn in aid to Ukraine
    Feb13

    World Bank to provide up to $2 bn in aid to Ukraine

    Washington (AFP) – The World Bank said Thursday it is prepared to provide up to $2 billion in financial assistance to conflict-torn Ukraine this year, part of an international package of support.Today I am announcing that the World Bank is ready to commit up to $2 billion in 2015, supporting the people of Ukraine in the face of current...

    Ukraine deal leaves Putin stronger, and he loses little if cease-fire fails
    Feb13

    Ukraine deal leaves Putin stronger, and he loses little if cease-fire fails

    The peace agreement in the Ukrainian conflict may be tailor-made to satisfy Russian President Vladimir Putin: It keeps the authorities in Kiev under his thumb while avoiding an escalation of the confrontation that would tip his country’s economy deeper into crisis. Putin and the leaders of France, Germany and Ukraine on Thursday unveiled an...

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