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    Germany slams Russia over Ukraine rebel passports
    Feb20

    Germany slams Russia over Ukraine rebel passports

    BERLIN: Germany yesterday criticised as “unacceptable” Russia’s decision to recognise passports issued by separatist rebels in Ukraine’s eastern regions of Lugansk and Donetsk. “The recognition of travel documents of the self-declared, so-called people’s republics of Lugansk and Donetsk undermines the unity of Ukraine,” said...

    EU welcomes assurance of Trump support
    Feb20

    EU welcomes assurance of Trump support

    BRUSSELS: US Vice President Mike Pence assured the European Union in Brussels yestserday that the Trump administration will develop their cooperation in trade and security and backs the EU as a partner in its own right. A month after Donald Trump caused alarm by renewing his endorsement of Brexit and suggesting others may follow Britain out of...

    Ministry of Transport, Communications and IT is ready to assist  Armenia`s communication operators
    Feb20

    Ministry of Transport, Communications and IT is ready to assist  Armenia`s communication operators

    ArmInfo. Ministry of Transport, Communications and IT is ready to contribute to all carriers operating in Armenia, contributing to improve the quality of telecommunications services. On February 20, the Minister of Transport, Communications and IT Vahan Martirosyan said to Beeline CEO in Armenia Andrey Pyatakhin during a visit to the company...

    Russia says Ukraine passport order complies with international law
    Feb20

    Russia says Ukraine passport order complies with international law

    MOSCOW – Russia said on Monday President Vladimir Putin’s decision to recognize passports issued by separatist rebels in eastern Ukraine complied with international law, after the move drew criticism from France and Germany. Putin on Saturday… …read more Source:...

    Trump expects ‘real progress’ on NATO spending by end-2017: Pence
    Feb20

    Trump expects ‘real progress’ on NATO spending by end-2017: Pence

    NATO leaders, stung by Russian intervention in Ukraine, decided in 2014 to increase defence spending to the equivalent of two per cent of national economic output but progress since then has been painfully slow. …read more Source: Channel...

    Trump aides push Ukraine plan
    Feb20

    Trump aides push Ukraine plan

    A proposal submitted to govt. seeks to reach out to Kiev and Moscow to end the 3-year old conflict …read more Source: The...

    Russia says Ukraine passport order complies with international law – RIA
    Feb20

    Russia says Ukraine passport order complies with international law – RIA

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia’s foreign ministry said on Monday an order issued by President Vladimir Putin to recognise passports issued by rebels in eastern Ukraine was in line with international law, RIA news agency reported. …read more Source: The...

    Pence tries to reverse damage after Trump?s NATO, EU comments
    Feb20

    Pence tries to reverse damage after Trump?s NATO, EU comments

    BRUSSELS: US Vice President Mike Pence sought to reassure nervous Europeans Monday of Donald Trump´s strong commitment to transatlantic ties as he met EU chiefs amid anti-Trump protests. Capping a European trip aimed at allaying EU fears the new US president might abandon them, Pence said Washington´s support remained “steadfast and...

    Russia says Ukraine passport order complies with international law – RIA
    Feb20

    Russia says Ukraine passport order complies with international law – RIA

    Russia’s foreign ministry said on Monday an order issued by President Vladimir Putin to recognise passports issued by rebels in eastern Ukraine was in line with international law, RIA news agency reported. …read more Source: Channel...

    Azerbaijan, Ukraine aspire for broader interaction in judicial field
    Feb20

    Azerbaijan, Ukraine aspire for broader interaction in judicial field

    …read more Source: Today.Az

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