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    Kyiv and Moscow to hold talks on Ukraine crisis ‘as soon as possible’
    Jan02

    Kyiv and Moscow to hold talks on Ukraine crisis ‘as soon as possible’

    Germany says Russian and Ukrainian officials have agreed to hold another meeting “as soon as possible” to find a lasting solution to the conflict in eastern Ukraine. The commitment is aimed at kick starting peace talks. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Hopes and fears for the New Year in Ukraine
    Jan01

    Hopes and fears for the New Year in Ukraine

    President Poroshenko recently called 2014 Ukraine’s most difficult year in 75 years. With war still waging in the east and an economy in crisis, 2015 doesn’t look like it will be much easier. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Serbia: A new mediator in the Ukraine conflict?
    Jan01

    Serbia: A new mediator in the Ukraine conflict?

    Serbia takes over the presidency of the OSCE in 2015. Providing a solution to the Ukraine crisis is a top priority for the organization. Will Belgrade, with its good relations to both East and West, be able to mediate? …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Putin hails ‘return home’ of Crimea in New Year message
    Dec31

    Putin hails ‘return home’ of Crimea in New Year message

    In a New Year speech 15 years after he first became president, Russia’s Vladimir Putin hailed compatriots for welcoming Crimea back into the national fold. He also sent Western leaders messages urging cooperation. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    2014 from Brussels: Changing security policy and challenges for NATO
    Dec29

    2014 from Brussels: Changing security policy and challenges for NATO

    2014 was marked by Russia’s aggression toward Ukraine, and EU and NATO attempts to find a response to it. One thing is clear: the conflict will continue for years to come, says our Brussels correspondent Bernd Riegert. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko flags new talks with Putin, Merkel and Hollande
    Dec29

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko flags new talks with Putin, Merkel and Hollande

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says he’ll meet with the leaders of Russia, Germany and France in mid-January over his country’s ongoing conflict. The gathering will take place in Kazakhstan. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine peace talks in interest of all involved, says EU’s Brok
    Dec27

    Ukraine peace talks in interest of all involved, says EU’s Brok

    Peace talks between Ukraine, Russia and pro-Russian separatists were suspended on December 26. Elmar Brok, one of the mediators in the conflict, calls on all sides to return to the negotiating table. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    More Ukraine prisoner exchanges expected
    Dec27

    More Ukraine prisoner exchanges expected

    Ukraine and pro-Russia rebels are expected to carry out more prisoner swaps on Saturday, completing a deal agreed earlier in the week. It comes as Kyiv cut off transport services to Crimea. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine peace talks canceled in Minsk
    Dec26

    Ukraine peace talks canceled in Minsk

    Much-anticipated peace talks that were set to resume between the Ukraine government and pro-Russian separatists have been called off. The reason behind the cancelation remains unknown. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Pro-Russian rebels ‘agree’ to exchange prisoners with Ukraine
    Dec26

    Pro-Russian rebels ‘agree’ to exchange prisoners with Ukraine

    Eastern Ukraine’s separatist rebels say they have agreed upon exchanging prisoners with Kyiv. Further steps to a lasting peace plan will be discussed in the coming days in Minsk. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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