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U.S. urges Moscow to address election, chemical weapons’ and Ukraine issues
Apr20

U.S. urges Moscow to address election, chemical weapons’ and Ukraine issues

The United States government has asked the Kremlin to act on U.S. concerns on election meddling, the Salisbury chemical attack in UK, as well as the military developments in Ukraine and Syria. …read more Source: Baltic News...

In Ukraine war, Easter truce does not hold
Apr03

In Ukraine war, Easter truce does not hold

In the Donbas War still raging in eastern Ukraine an Easter truce has been breached in 20 instances during the past day and night to April 3. …read more Source: Baltic News...

Poland to purchase defence missiles from U.S. for 3 billion euros
Mar29

Poland to purchase defence missiles from U.S. for 3 billion euros

Poland has signed an agreement to buy the Patriot missile defence system from the U.S. for 3.85 billion euros, as Russian annexation of Crimea from Ukraine in 2014 has motivated Warsaw to quicken its military modernisation. …read more Source: Baltic News...

Baltics, other EU members, Ukraine, U.S., expel over 100 Russian diplomats
Mar27

Baltics, other EU members, Ukraine, U.S., expel over 100 Russian diplomats

In reaction to the Salisbury attack and citing violations by Russia of the Vienna convention of diplomatic relations, the three Baltic states, 11 other member states of the European Union, as well as the U.S. and Australia have stated they would expel well over a hundred Russian diplomats. …read more Source: Baltic News...

Ukraine: British diplomats expelled from Moscow could work in Kyiv
Mar19

Ukraine: British diplomats expelled from Moscow could work in Kyiv

In a reaction to Russia’s announcement that it would expel 23 British diplomats from Moscow as part of the UK-Russia argument over poisoning of double-agent in an English city, Ukrainian Foreign Minister has suggested to his British counterpart that the 23 diplomats could now work in Ukraine. …read more Source: Baltic News...

Latvia’s ministry: Crimea’s annexation is illegal
Mar16

Latvia’s ministry: Crimea’s annexation is illegal

18 March 2018 will mark four years since the Russian Federation violated Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity by annexing the Crimean Peninsula and causing military aggression in the country’s eastern region. With its actions the Russian Federation has violated international law and basic principles of international...

No fatigue in EU’s assistance to Ukraine, Mogherini says
Mar12

No fatigue in EU’s assistance to Ukraine, Mogherini says

The European Union expressed strong support to Ukraine as the bloc’s foreign and defence policy chief went on visit to Kyiv on Monday, March 12, and spoke of financial support to Ukraine. …read more Source: Baltic News...

EU’s targeted Russia sanctions over Ukraine prolonged for six months
Mar12

EU’s targeted Russia sanctions over Ukraine prolonged for six months

The European Union has prolonged by September 15 its targeted sanctions in place over Russia’s actions in Ukraine. …read more Source: Baltic News...

Russia to move out from Ukraine its truce monitors
Dec19

Russia to move out from Ukraine its truce monitors

Russia has stated it would move out its servicemen tasked with monitoring truce in the ongoing war in eastern Ukraine operating as part of a joint Russia-Ukraine centre. …read more Source: Baltic News...

Estonia in OSCE urges Russia to meet international standards in Ukraine
Dec08

Estonia in OSCE urges Russia to meet international standards in Ukraine

Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sven Mikser, draw attention to support of Ukrainian territorial integrity and the protection of human rights, as he addressed fellow foreign ministers at the meeting of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe in Vienna this week. …read more Source: Baltic News...

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