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Lukashenko, CEI foreign ministers discuss terrorism, migration, situation in Ukraine
Jun22

Lukashenko, CEI foreign ministers discuss terrorism, migration, situation in Ukraine

At the beginning of the meeting Alexander Lukashenko called for sincere and open conversation and stressed that he is ready to listen to all the proposals and concerns. In his opinion, it is very important not to give up on these problems, to discuss them and look for solutions. …read more Source:...

Delegations from Russia, Ukraine, Slovakia attend Day of Remembrance events in Brest
Jun22

Delegations from Russia, Ukraine, Slovakia attend Day of Remembrance events in Brest

Twenty-two official delegations have arrived in Brest. Among them are representatives of Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod, Penza, Smolensk, Kiev, Vranov nad Toplou. …read more Source:...

Contact group on Ukraine to reconvene in Minsk on 5 July
Jun21

Contact group on Ukraine to reconvene in Minsk on 5 July

Martin Sajdik said that during the session on 21 June the sides noted the considerable amount of work that had been done in humanitarian affairs since the previous meeting. In particular, additional polls have been conducted to make sure whether after release POWs wanted to stay where they had been during captivity or not. …read more...

Contact group on Ukraine in Minsk to prepare measures on smooth operation of water infrastructure
Jun21

Contact group on Ukraine in Minsk to prepare measures on smooth operation of water infrastructure

Martin Sajdik said: “The trilateral contact group has unanimously backed the proposal by Ertugrul Apakan, head of the OSCE’s special monitoring mission to Ukraine, in favor of preparing measures by the next meeting to ensure the uninterrupted operation of water infrastructure.” …read more Source:...

Contact group on Ukraine in Minsk agrees on ceasefire as from 21 June
Jun21

Contact group on Ukraine in Minsk agrees on ceasefire as from 21 June

The trilateral contact group on resolving the situation in Ukraine’s east has reached an agreement on ceasefire as from 21 June, BelTA learned from the OSCE’s special representative in the trilateral contact group on Ukraine Martin Sajdik. …read more Source:...

Call for larger Belarus-Ukraine food trade, broader choice of products
Jun21

Call for larger Belarus-Ukraine food trade, broader choice of products

Olga Trofimtseva also noted Ukraine’s interest in Belarusian milk production technologies. In her words, Ukraine will not produce second-rate quality milk as from 2018, yet the country feels the shortage of extra quality milk and, on the whole, raw materials for making cheese and butter. …read more Source:...

Mogilev Oblast, Moldova keen to boost trade
Jun21

Mogilev Oblast, Moldova keen to boost trade

Moldova is the oblast’s fourth largest importer and trade partner, trailing only Russia, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan. Mogilev Oblast buys Moldovan fruits and vegetables and sells elevators, chipboards, chemical products, and tractors. …read more Source:...

More companies to export Belarusian food to Ukraine
Jun21

More companies to export Belarusian food to Ukraine

According to the source, Belarus is intent on exporting more food to Ukraine. Ten companies are now authorized to export to Ukraine. It is now necessary to increase the number. It is necessary to discuss the matter with the Ukrainian side in detail and take concrete measures. …read more Source:...

Poroshenko sees no alternative to Minsk agreements
Jun21

Poroshenko sees no alternative to Minsk agreements

President Petro Poroshenko noted that the United States is a partner of Ukraine and expresses strong support of the country. …read more Source:...

Is Belarus just ‘Greater Russia’? Neighbouring states dismiss Belarusian sovereignty
Jun20

Is Belarus just ‘Greater Russia’? Neighbouring states dismiss Belarusian sovereignty

Foreign minister Uladzimir Makei. Image: CTV.by Despite all of Minsk’s efforts to present itself as a neutral country, some of its neighbours doubt not only its neutrality but even its sovereignty and commitment to peace. On 5 June, Lithuanian president Dalia Grybauskaitė described Belarus as a threat to the region; meanwhile, her foreign...

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