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Estonian entrepreneur succeeds in Crimean court against Russian Defence Ministry
Mar30

Estonian entrepreneur succeeds in Crimean court against Russian Defence Ministry

Estonian entrepreneur has won a trial against the Russian Defense Ministry in a case, where his is defending rights to own real estate in the Russian-annexed Ukrainian peninsular of Crimea. …read more Source: Baltic News...

Russian singer barred from going to Eurovision in Kyiv
Mar23

Russian singer barred from going to Eurovision in Kyiv

Ukrainian authorities have banned Russian Eurovision representative from entering Ukraine, where the pop song contest Eurovision is to be held in May. …read more Source: Baltic News...

Kyiv stops traffic of goods to and from pro-Kremlin east
Mar16

Kyiv stops traffic of goods to and from pro-Kremlin east

Ukraine has stopped the traffic of all products to and from regions controlled by pro-Kremlin rebels in the country’s east. …read more Source: Baltic News...

Eurovision host Ukraine to consider entry of Russian contender
Mar14

Eurovision host Ukraine to consider entry of Russian contender

Ukraine, the host of the 2016 Eurovision song contest, is to consider, whether to allow in a Russian singer, who has performed in Crimea after it was land-grabbed by Russia. …read more Source: Baltic News...

Ukraine sues Russia to UN Court for alleged terrorism and ethnic discrimination
Mar07

Ukraine sues Russia to UN Court for alleged terrorism and ethnic discrimination

UN International Court of Justice has started trying a case, where Ukraine accuses Russia of funding terrorism and discriminating against Crimean Tatars. …read more Source: Baltic News...

Ukrainian activists determined to increase blockade of separatist regions
Mar01

Ukrainian activists determined to increase blockade of separatist regions

Ukraine’s former soldiers and their supporters have expressed determination to increase their trade blockade of regions seized by pro-Kremlin separatists, but the break-away Donetsk region is a key supplier of coal to Ukrainian power stations and heavy industry. …read more Source: Baltic News...

Ceasefire reduce fighting in eastern Ukraine, Russia recognises separatist passports
Feb21

Ceasefire reduce fighting in eastern Ukraine, Russia recognises separatist passports

The ceasefire announced in eastern Ukraine has reduced fighting in the Donbas war, but Ukrainian army has reported of one killed soldier. …read more Source: Baltic News...

Latvian armed forces deliver humanitarian aid worth EUR 10,000 to Ukraine
Feb21

Latvian armed forces deliver humanitarian aid worth EUR 10,000 to Ukraine

On Monday, 20 February, troops of Latvia’s National Armed Forces delivered 22 tons of humanitarian aid to Ukraine. …read more Source: Baltic News...

Ceasefire supposed to start in eastern Ukraine
Feb20

Ceasefire supposed to start in eastern Ukraine

According to an international agreement reached over the weekend in Munich, a ceasefire should start on Monday, February 20, in the Donbas war raging in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Baltic News...

Eurovision organisers in Ukraine quit preparations
Feb16

Eurovision organisers in Ukraine quit preparations

This year’s Eurovision pop song competition is facing a significant obstacle after 21 leading employee of this year’s organising committee in Ukraine refused to continue preparations. …read more Source: Baltic News...

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