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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...

Latvia to send one more civil expert to Ukraine as part of OSCE mission
Dec07

Latvia to send one more civil expert to Ukraine as part of OSCE mission

Latvia’s government has decided to send one more civil expert to Ukraine as part of the special monitoring mission performed by the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe there, as confirmed by Foreign Affairs Ministry. …read more Source: Baltic News...

Ukrainian killed in ambush attack on suspected Putin assassination plotter
Nov01

Ukrainian killed in ambush attack on suspected Putin assassination plotter

In Ukraine, an gun attack on a Chechen man, who has been accused of planning to assassinate Russian President Vladimir Putin, has taken place, where his wife, an Ukrainian voluntary soldier, has been killed. …read more Source: Baltic News...

Tragic blast in Kyiv deemed assassination attempt
Oct26

Tragic blast in Kyiv deemed assassination attempt

An explosion has taken place in Kyiv, which has been called an assassination attempt. One person has been killed and three more have been wounded with a member of the Ukrainian Vekhovna Rada being among them. …read more Source: Baltic News...

New ransomware affects computer systems in Ukraine and Russia
Oct25

New ransomware affects computer systems in Ukraine and Russia

Computer systems in Ukraine, Russia and elsewhere have been affected by a new strain of ransomware entitled Bad Rabbit and is said to be bearing similarities to the WannaCry and Petya outbreaks earlier in 2017. …read more Source: Baltic News...

New ransomware affects computer systems in Ukraine and Russia
Oct25

New ransomware affects computer systems in Ukraine and Russia

Computer systems in Ukraine, Russia and elsewhere have been affected by a new strain of ransomware entitled Bad Rabbit and is said to be bearing similarities to the WannaCry and Petya outbreaks earlier in 2017. …read more Source: Baltic News...

New ransomware affects computer systems in Ukraine and Russia
Oct25

New ransomware affects computer systems in Ukraine and Russia

Computer systems in Ukraine, Russia and elsewhere have been affected by a new strain of ransomware entitled Bad Rabbit and is said to be bearing similarities to the WannaCry and Petya outbreaks earlier in 2017. …read more Source: Baltic News...

Anti-corruption protesters in Ukraine push for reforms
Oct18

Anti-corruption protesters in Ukraine push for reforms

Three protesters and a policeman have been injured in Kyiv, Ukraine, as a crowd of anti-corruption demonstrators voiced their demands for reforms aimed at tackling corruption in the country. …read more Source: Baltic News...

Hungary pledges to raise language argument with Ukraine to EU level
Oct11

Hungary pledges to raise language argument with Ukraine to EU level

Hungary has pledged to oppose in the European Union about a law passed in Ukraine that sets forth curbing the use of ethnic minority languages as the teaching language in schools in Ukraine. The Transcarpathia region in south-western Ukraine is home to around 150,000 ethnic Hungarians. …read more Source: Baltic News...

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