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    Trump and Macron turn on the charm
    Jul14

    Trump and Macron turn on the charm

    Trump softened rhetoric on climate and trade in Paris charm show, but spoke of potential “deal” with Russia on Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    EU flip flops on corruption in Ukraine
    Jul14

    EU flip flops on corruption in Ukraine

    EU officials flip-flopped on corruption and fumbled their political communique at a summit in Kiev on Thursday. …read more Source:...

    EU and Ukraine celebrate ties, as war rumbles on
    Jul12

    EU and Ukraine celebrate ties, as war rumbles on

    Ukrainian president Poroshenko will celebrate ever-closer Western ties with top EU officials in Kiev on Wednesday and Thursday. …read more Source:...

    [Feature] Sanctions on Crimea hurt some more than others
    Jul11

    [Feature] Sanctions on Crimea hurt some more than others

    From small businesses to commercial giants, many have been affected by the US and EU sanctions imposed after Crimea’s annexation by Russia in 2014. But some locals have found ways around them. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] EU takes final step to adopt Ukraine association agreement
    Jul11

    [Ticker] EU takes final step to adopt Ukraine association agreement

    EU countries Tuesday definitively adopted the Association Agreement with Ukraine, a day before a summit in Kiev. The agreement has been provisionally applied since 1 September 2014, but its final ratification was delayed after Dutch voters rejected it in a 2016 referendum. The Netherlands ratified in May 2017 after getting assurances that it...

    Ukraine to launch Nato entry process
    Jul11

    Ukraine to launch Nato entry process

    Ukraine will start discussion about establishing a membership action plan despite Russia’s ongoing aggression in the east of the country. …read more Source:...

    [Agenda] Trump, Ukraine and NGO sea rescues This WEEK
    Jul10

    [Agenda] Trump, Ukraine and NGO sea rescues This WEEK

    The US president will be back in Europe for France’s Bastille Day, while the EU and Ukraine will hold a summit in Kiev, and MEPs will discuss migrant rescue operations in the Mediterranean. …read more Source:...

    [Focus] Estonia wants e-residents to pump money into its economy
    Jul03

    [Focus] Estonia wants e-residents to pump money into its economy

    Estonia’s e-residency programme is attracting attention from Ukraine and Russia, and provides an option for British businesses who want to remain active in the EU post-Brexit. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] EU extended Russia sanctions until 2018
    Jun28

    [Ticker] EU extended Russia sanctions until 2018

    Economic sanctions against Russia, introduced in 2014 in response to Russia’s actions destabilising the situation in Ukraine, were prolonged on Wednesday by the EU Council for another six month until 31 January 2018. The sanctions include limiting acces for large Russian state-owned financial institutions to EU capital markets, limitations...

    [Ticker] Cyberattack cripples Europe, spreads worldwide
    Jun28

    [Ticker] Cyberattack cripples Europe, spreads worldwide

    Ukraine was hit hard in a global ransomware attack on Tuesday, affecting its international airport, the old Chernobyl nuclear plant and closing ATMs in Kiev. Spreading fast, global shipping firm A.P. Moller-Maersk and the world’s biggest advertising agency, WPP Group, were hit, as well as Russia’s biggest oil company, Deutsche Post...

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