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    NATO to decide on new rapid reaction force
    Sep05

    NATO to decide on new rapid reaction force

    The final day of the NATO summit in Wales has opened with all eyes on Ukraine. Leaders are expected to back plans to establish a rapid reaction force near Russia’s border to deter Moscow from provocations in the region. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    NATO to decide on new rapid response force
    Sep05

    NATO to decide on new rapid response force

    The final day of the NATO summit in Wales has opened with all eyes on Ukraine. Leaders are expected to back plans to establish a rapid response force near Russia’s border to deter Moscow from provocations in the region. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Renewed shelling heard in Ukraine ahead of truce talks
    Sep05

    Renewed shelling heard in Ukraine ahead of truce talks

    Shelling has been reported on the outskirts of the Ukrainian port city Mariupol, hours ahead of ceasefire talks in Minsk. The talks are set to involve representatives from the separatist movement, Moscow and Kyiv. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia bans Ukraine candy imports
    Sep05

    Russia bans Ukraine candy imports

    Russia has added to its wide boycott of some food imports by banning Ukrainian candy. It comes as three high-level meetings across Europe focus on the Ukraine crisis on Friday, including peace talks in Minsk. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko optimistic on Minsk talks, NATO members mull more sanctions
    Sep05

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko optimistic on Minsk talks, NATO members mull more sanctions

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has expressed some limited optimism about a possible ceasefire ahead of talks with separatists. Meanwhile, NATO leaders condemned Russia – and are considering further sanctions. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine separatist leaders ‘ready’ to order ceasefire
    Sep04

    Ukraine separatist leaders ‘ready’ to order ceasefire

    The leaders of Ukraine’s two pro-Russia separatist groups say they will order a ceasefire on Friday if an agreement is reached during European-mediated peace talks between Moscow and Kyiv. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia warns against Ukraine’s NATO ambitions
    Sep04

    Russia warns against Ukraine’s NATO ambitions

    Russia has repeated its opposition to Ukraine’s ambitions to join NATO, saying it would “derail all efforts” in peace talks. Moscow’s comments come ahead of the start of a NATO summit in Wales. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    NATO leaders to meet Poroshenko, build Russia strategy
    Sep04

    NATO leaders to meet Poroshenko, build Russia strategy

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko is due to update world leaders on negotiations with Russia before a NATO summit begins in Wales. There, the alliance will discuss greater protection for Eastern Europe. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opinion: High price for ceasefire in eastern Ukraine
    Sep03

    Opinion: High price for ceasefire in eastern Ukraine

    The Kremlin will have reached an interim goal if there is a ceasefire in eastern Ukraine. But it wouldn’t mean the end of the conflict, writes DW’s Ingo Mannteufel. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine, Russia presidents say ceasefire deal near
    Sep03

    Ukraine, Russia presidents say ceasefire deal near

    Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Ukrainian counterpart Petro Poroshenko have said their two sides have reached a ceasefire deal. Germany’s foreign minister has called the announcement a “sign of hope.” …read more Source: Deutsche...

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