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    Mikheil Saakashvili plans new party, wants early elections in Ukraine
    Nov11

    Mikheil Saakashvili plans new party, wants early elections in Ukraine

    The former Georgian president wants to fight corruption in the east European nation. Saakashvili resigned from his governor of Odessa post Monday. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    US election: Applause in Moscow, concern in Kyiv
    Nov09

    US election: Applause in Moscow, concern in Kyiv

    Donald Trump’s surprising victory in the US presidential election has unleashed unusually joyful reactions in Russia. Ukraine, on the other hand, is concerned that relations may suffer. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ex-Georgian president quits Ukraine post
    Nov07

    Ex-Georgian president quits Ukraine post

    Former Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili has resigned from his post as governor of a Ukrainian region after 18 months. The controversial pro-West reformer accuses Kyiv of not being serious about tackling corruption. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opinion: Black Sea – no place for provocations
    Nov05

    Opinion: Black Sea – no place for provocations

    Following Russia’s annexation of Crimea, the Black Sea has become a strategic priority for NATO. Now troops will be stationed there. That is the right move, says DW’s Robert Schwartz. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukranian President Poroshenko duped in phone hoax
    Nov04

    Ukranian President Poroshenko duped in phone hoax

    Ukranian President Poroshenko shared news of a conversation with his Kyrgyz counterpart this week, only to later discover he had been talking to a prankster. It remains unclear who was responsible for the hoax. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU allows Gazprom more access to Opal gas pipeline through Germany
    Oct28

    EU allows Gazprom more access to Opal gas pipeline through Germany

    The EU has lifted a cap on the Russian gas company’s access to the Opal pipeline in Germany. The agreement paves the way for Moscow to expand its Nord Stream pipeline and bypass Ukraine when supplying gas to Europe. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Lviv regional authorities in Ukraine evict Russian cultural center
    Oct27

    Lviv regional authorities in Ukraine evict Russian cultural center

    A Russian cultural center has been evicted by the local council in Lviv. The building is now to be handed over to groups involved in the Ukrainian army’s operation in eastern Ukraine against pro-Russian separatists. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    NATO’s Vershbow on alliance troops in Eastern Europe: ‘We had no choice’
    Oct26

    NATO’s Vershbow on alliance troops in Eastern Europe: ‘We had no choice’

    NATO had hoped for cooperation with Russia, but Moscow changed the paradigm by annexing Crimea, the alliance’s Deputy Secretary General, Alexander Vershbow, told DW’s “Nemtsova. Interview” talk show. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Little optimism after Normandy format meeting
    Oct20

    Little optimism after Normandy format meeting

    Skepticism, renewed accusations and a little gloating. Reactions from Kyiv and Moscow after the Ukraine crisis meeting in Berlin offer little hope for a breakthrough. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Slight optimism after Putin visit to Berlin
    Oct20

    Slight optimism after Putin visit to Berlin

    “Better this than nothing” was the reaction after Vladimir Putin’s first visit to Germany since the Ukraine crisis. But it’s unclear whether the meeting will yield any concrete results on either that conflict or Syria. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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