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Section: Asia

    Azerbaijan, Ukraine discuss agricultural cooperation
    Jan21

    Azerbaijan, Ukraine discuss agricultural cooperation

    Azerbaijan and Ukraine have explored ways of developing the bilateral agricultural cooperation as Minister of Agriculture Heydar Asadov met with Ukrainian Ambassador Alexander Mishchenko, AzerTag reports. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine-Georgia-Azerbaijan-Kazakhstan-China experimental train arrives in Georgia
    Jan21

    Ukraine-Georgia-Azerbaijan-Kazakhstan-China experimental train arrives in Georgia

    As earlier reported, the first test train on Ukraine-Georgia-Azerbaijan-Kazakhstan-China route has departed from the Ilichevsk sea port. The 5471 km long route to bypass Russia will be a new direction of Silk Road and an alternative way for delivery of Ukrainian …read more Source: Azerbaijan State News...

    Ukraine plans fresh diplomatic initiative to recover Crimea: Minister
    Jan21

    Ukraine plans fresh diplomatic initiative to recover Crimea: Minister

    Recently Ukraine cut power supplies to the region and its president said power would be restored if Crimea were recognized as part of Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine Plans New Diplomatic Push to Recover Crimea, Says Finance Minister
    Jan21

    Ukraine Plans New Diplomatic Push to Recover Crimea, Says Finance Minister

    …read more Source: The Jakarta...

    Rouble hits low
    Jan21

    Rouble hits low

    MOSCOW: The rouble hit a historic low on Wednesday as the dollar climbed past the 80.1 roubles level for the first time, exceeding the levels seen during the shock plunge of the Russian currency in December 2014. After a day of relative calm, the rouble resumed its downward spiral, breaking through the previous record low it hit on December 16,...

    Ukraine broadens ban on Russian goods
    Jan21

    Ukraine broadens ban on Russian goods

    Ukraine broadened its ban on Russian-made goods on Wednesday in the latest round of trade row with Moscow, which ignited after Kiev entered a landmark free trade agreement with the European Union (EU). …read more Source: China Internet Information...

    Ukraine broadens ban on Russian goods
    Jan21

    Ukraine broadens ban on Russian goods

    Ukraine broadened its ban on Russian-made goods on Wednesday in the latest round of trade row with Moscow, which ignited after Kiev entered a landmark free trade agreement with the European Union (EU). …read more Source: Global...

    Ukrainian ambassador rejects Polish premier’s ‘million refugees’ claim
    Jan20

    Ukrainian ambassador rejects Polish premier’s ‘million refugees’ claim

    Ukraine’s ambassador to Poland on Wednesday rejected the Polish prime minister’s claim that her country hosts a million Ukrainian refugees, saying they were not refugees and could at most be called “economic migrants”. …read more Source: Channel...

    Ukrainian ambassador rejects Polish premier's 'million refugees' claim
    Jan20

    Ukrainian ambassador rejects Polish premier's 'million refugees' claim

    WARSAW (Reuters) – Ukraine’s ambassador to Poland on Wednesday rejected the Polish prime minister’s claim that her country hosts a million Ukrainian refugees, saying they were not refugees and could at most be called “economic migrants”. …read more Source: The...

    Nato considers first formal talks with Russia since 2014
    Jan20

    Nato considers first formal talks with Russia since 2014

    Nato is discussing whether to invite Russia to their first formal talks since 2014, aiming to put ties damaged by the Ukraine crisis back on an even keel, diplomatic sources said Wednesday. Despite their differences both sides recognised the need for “transparency”, the sources said, against a backdrop of a series of crises including...

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