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    Russia urges France, Germany to prevent Ukrainian ‘provocations’
    Mar21

    Russia urges France, Germany to prevent Ukrainian ‘provocations’

    Russia’s top diplomat has asked for help from Europe in ensuring lasting peace in Ukraine. Sergei Lavrov has also criticized the idea of a Ukrainian vote in the Donbass region. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    The woman who leads a rebel Ukraine army unit
    Mar20

    The woman who leads a rebel Ukraine army unit

    Previously, she worked at a casino. She now leads an artillery unit in eastern Ukraine. DW’s Kitty Logan travels to Donetsk to meet one of the female leaders of the self-declared “People’s Republic.” …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU extends sanctions against Russia until Minsk deal implemented
    Mar20

    EU extends sanctions against Russia until Minsk deal implemented

    European Union leaders have said that economic sanctions against Russia will not be lifted until the Minsk peace agreement on eastern Ukraine is fully implemented. The current sanctions were due to expire in July. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    US-British training mission for Ukraine’s soldiers
    Mar19

    US-British training mission for Ukraine’s soldiers

    The United States has announced that it will train 780 Kyiv troops, with UK confirming that its servicemen had begun working with Ukraine’s army. Russia has warned that the move could risk the peace process. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Merkel and Poroshenko talk sanctions, football and Minsk deal
    Mar16

    Merkel and Poroshenko talk sanctions, football and Minsk deal

    While Ukraine’s president called for further sanctions against Russia, Germany’s chancellor expressed reluctance to do so. But both have agreed there was “no alternative” to the Minsk peace agreement for Ukraine’s east. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Poroshenko and Merkel: ‘No alternative to Minsk agreement’
    Mar16

    Poroshenko and Merkel: ‘No alternative to Minsk agreement’

    The leaders of Germany and Ukraine have agreed that there is no alternative to the Minsk agreement for resolving the Ukraine conflict. Both mentioned ceasefire breaches by pro-Russia separatists. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Poroshenko arrives in Berlin to appeal for German support
    Mar16

    Poroshenko arrives in Berlin to appeal for German support

    Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko has been received by his German counterpart Joachim Gauck at Schloss Bellevue palace in Berlin. Poroshenko appealed for help in the German press ahead of his trip. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Poroshenko in Berlin: ‘Ukraine urgently needs Germany’s help’
    Mar16

    Poroshenko in Berlin: ‘Ukraine urgently needs Germany’s help’

    President Petro Poroshenko has told a major German daily that he will ask Angela Merkel for non-lethal military support during his visit to Berlin. He said that the Minsk ceasefire had been broken more than 1,000 times. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    More than 100 Germans fighting for separatists in eastern Ukraine
    Mar15

    More than 100 Germans fighting for separatists in eastern Ukraine

    Dozens of German citizens have joined the ranks of pro-Russian rebel fighters in eastern Ukraine. Most of these are of ethnic German resettlers and have even been part of the German army. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opinion: Crimea reflects Russia’s fate
    Mar15

    Opinion: Crimea reflects Russia’s fate

    The war in Donbass currently overshadows Russia’s annexation of Crimea one year ago, but Ingo Mannteufel thinks that Russia’s political future can also be seen on the peninsula. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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