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    Kremlin: Ukraine talks full of ‘misunderstandings’ and ‘disagreements’
    Oct17

    Kremlin: Ukraine talks full of ‘misunderstandings’ and ‘disagreements’

    The Russian government has criticized the latest Ukraine talks in Milan for being full of “misunderstandings” and “disagreements.” EU leaders, however, praised the discussions for being “step ahead.” …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Italian PM calls Ukraine-Russia talks ‘really positive’
    Oct17

    Italian PM calls Ukraine-Russia talks ‘really positive’

    Leaders of the EU, Russia and Ukraine have held talks on the crisis in eastern Ukraine. The talks were carried out on the sidelines of a European-Asian summit in Milan. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Asia and Europe meet in Milan
    Oct16

    Asia and Europe meet in Milan

    ASEM, the Asia-Europe Meeting, has been taking place for the past 18 years, but it has rarely been in the spotlight. Concrete decisions are rare. Ukraine is one of many issues set to be discussed on the sidelines. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russian troops withdraw from Ukrainian border as Kerry, Lavrov meet in Paris
    Oct14

    Russian troops withdraw from Ukrainian border as Kerry, Lavrov meet in Paris

    US Secretary of State John Kerry has met with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov in Paris. The two discussed the withdrawal of troops from the Ukrainian border and the sharing of intelligence on the IS jihad movement. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Putin orders troops back from Ukraine border
    Oct12

    Putin orders troops back from Ukraine border

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered his defense minister to move troops currently near Ukraine’s border “back to their permanent bases,” according to the Kremlin. Talks on Ukraine’s fragile truce are due soon. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Putin and Poroshenko to meet in Milan
    Oct11

    Putin and Poroshenko to meet in Milan

    Kiev says the leaders of Ukraine and Russia are to meet next week in Italy and will discuss eastern Ukraine’s fragile ceasefire and gas supplies for winter. In eastern Ukraine a no-shooting period had been agreed. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Putin and Poroshenko to meet. No-shooting period agreed for Donetsk, Ukraine
    Oct11

    Putin and Poroshenko to meet. No-shooting period agreed for Donetsk, Ukraine

    Kiev says the leaders of Ukraine and Russia are to meet next week in Italy and will discuss eastern Ukraine’s fragile ceasefire and gas supplies for winter. In eastern Ukraine a no-shooting period had been agreed. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Steinmeier suggests drones for Ukraine border at OSCE
    Oct10

    Steinmeier suggests drones for Ukraine border at OSCE

    German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has tentatively suggested to the OSCE that France and Germany could provide unarmed drones to monitor Ukraine’s border with Russia, after talks with his Kyiv counterpart. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Merkel pledges support to Poland on path to the eurozone
    Oct09

    Merkel pledges support to Poland on path to the eurozone

    At a meeting with new Polish Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has pledged to support Poland if it wants to enter the eurozone. Ukraine was also on the agenda of their talks. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Hundreds killed during Ukraine ceasefire, UN says
    Oct08

    Hundreds killed during Ukraine ceasefire, UN says

    At least 331 people have been killed during a fragile ceasefire between Ukraine government troops and Russian-backed separatists, according to the UN. The truce is a little over a month old. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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