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    Putin urges ‘substantial’ dialogue between Kyiv and Ukraine rebels
    Jun22

    Putin urges ‘substantial’ dialogue between Kyiv and Ukraine rebels

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has called on Kyiv and separatists to call an end to hostilities after heavy fighting in eastern Ukraine. Putin said he backed a peace plan drawn up by the Ukrainian president. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    No peace without Moscow
    Jun21

    No peace without Moscow

    Petro Poroshenko’s peace plan is bound to fail, as neither the separatists in eastern Ukraine nor Russia are interested in a political solution, says DW’s Bernd Johann. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU, US threaten Russia with new round of sanctions over Ukraine
    Jun21

    EU, US threaten Russia with new round of sanctions over Ukraine

    France, Germany and the US have threatened Russia with additional sanctions if it does not take “immediate steps” to end the violence in Ukraine’s east. Earlier, Kyiv declared a week-long cease-fire with the rebels. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    US accuses Russia of stockpiling weapons for separatists in Ukraine
    Jun21

    US accuses Russia of stockpiling weapons for separatists in Ukraine

    Washington has accused Moscow of stockpiling weapons for pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine. Earlier, Kyiv declared a week-long unilateral cease-fire with the rebels. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukrainian President Poroshenko announces week-long cease-fire in eastern Ukraine
    Jun21

    Ukrainian President Poroshenko announces week-long cease-fire in eastern Ukraine

    A cease-fire is to begin in eastern Ukraine in the coming hours, according to Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. Under the truce, separatists will have until June 27 to disarm. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukrainian President Poroshenko announces week-long ceasefire in eastern Ukraine
    Jun20

    Ukrainian President Poroshenko announces week-long ceasefire in eastern Ukraine

    A ceasefire is to begin in eastern Ukraine in the coming hours, according to Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. Under the truce, separatists will have until June 27 to disarm. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko unveils peace plan, as Russia defends border troop deployment
    Jun20

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko unveils peace plan, as Russia defends border troop deployment

    The new Western-backed Ukrainian president has released a peace plan designed to end a separatist uprising in the east. Russia, meanwhile, has rejected criticism of a troop deployment to its shared border with Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Separatists cause economic slump in Donbas
    Jun20

    Separatists cause economic slump in Donbas

    The armed conflict is taking a heavy toll on the economy in Donbas, Ukraine’s industrial heartland. Infrastructure has been damaged, fewer product orders are coming in, and exports to Russia have slumped. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Merkel, Hollande call on Putin to convince Ukraine rebels to lay down arms
    Jun20

    Merkel, Hollande call on Putin to convince Ukraine rebels to lay down arms

    The leaders of France and Germany have called on Russia to support a cease-fire plan, proposed by Ukraine’s president, under threat of sanctions. Meanwhile, heavy fighting has been reported in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine to sign EU economic deal next week amid NATO reports of Russian troop buildup
    Jun20

    Ukraine to sign EU economic deal next week amid NATO reports of Russian troop buildup

    After over half a year of waiting, Ukraine plans to sign a key economic deal with the EU next week. Meanwhile, NATO has reported a fresh buildup of Russian troops along Ukraine’s border, a move it calls “regrettable.” …read more Source: Deutsche...

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