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    Kremlin accuses Poroshenko of rejecting peace proposal
    Jan19

    Kremlin accuses Poroshenko of rejecting peace proposal

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko rejected a ceasefire offer sent last week by Vladimir Putin, according to a Moscow spokesman. On Sunday, Poroshenko vowed to retake captured Ukrainian land. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Poroshenko rejected Putin peace proposal: spokesman
    Jan19

    Poroshenko rejected Putin peace proposal: spokesman

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has rejected a ceasefire offer sent last week by Russia’s Vladimir Putin, according to a Moscow spokesman. On Sunday, Poroshenko vowed to retake captured Ukrainian land from rebels. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine peace talks fail as violence flares in east
    Jan16

    Ukraine peace talks fail as violence flares in east

    Talks between the Kyiv government and Russian-backed separatists in the east have failed to reach agreement over a ceasefire. The diplomatic breakdown came as violence flared Friday around the rebel stronghold Donetsk. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia’s Lavrov: Ukraine troop mobilization won’t help peace
    Jan16

    Russia’s Lavrov: Ukraine troop mobilization won’t help peace

    Russia’s foreign minister has criticized the Kyiv government’s plans to refresh its front-line forces in eastern Ukraine and resume partial conscription, saying that any military actions will not help the peace process. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Steinmeier: Ukraine conflict ‘nowhere near contained’
    Jan15

    Steinmeier: Ukraine conflict ‘nowhere near contained’

    German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has warned that the conflict in Ukraine and its ramifications for Europe remain serious. He told a German paper that there can be no military solution. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Contentious points derail Ukraine negotiations
    Jan14

    Contentious points derail Ukraine negotiations

    A foreign ministers meeting in Berlin didn’t lead to a breakthrough. The negotiations between the heads of state had to be postponed. Despite international efforts, peace in eastern Ukraine remains illusory. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Stoltenberg: “NATO doesn’t want confrontation with Russia”
    Jan14

    Stoltenberg: “NATO doesn’t want confrontation with Russia”

    Secretary-General of NATO Jens Stoltenberg, on a visit to Berlin, has appealed to Russia to stop its support of rebels in Ukraine. The head of NATO has also urged Germany to increase its defense spending. …read more...

    Opinion: bitter lesson in the Ukraine conflict
    Jan13

    Opinion: bitter lesson in the Ukraine conflict

    Berlin and Paris tried in vain: The summit on the Ukraine conflict that was to take place in Astana on Thursday will not be happening. Ukraine and Russia are not willing to compromise, says DW’s Bernd Johann. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    No significant progress in four-way Ukraine talks in Berlin
    Jan13

    No significant progress in four-way Ukraine talks in Berlin

    The foreign ministers of Germany, Ukraine, Russia and France have failed to find enough common ground to go ahead with a summit of leaders later this week. This ended the latest attempt to resolve the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Merkel presses Putin to exert influence on Ukraine rebels
    Jan11

    Merkel presses Putin to exert influence on Ukraine rebels

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel has criticized Russia for its attitude on Ukraine’s separatist forces. Merkel said that all sides needed to contribute towards making the Minsk agreement a success. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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