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    Propaganda hiding behind media freedom – not permissible, evaluates Estonia
    Sep15

    Propaganda hiding behind media freedom – not permissible, evaluates Estonia

    Recognising press freedom as a cornerstone of democracy, the state cannot let propaganda hide behind press freedom, stated Estonian Foreign Minister Sven Mikser n Ukraine. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Poroshenko sees Zapad as possible cover for invasion into Ukraine
    Sep08

    Poroshenko sees Zapad as possible cover for invasion into Ukraine

    The President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, has stated that proof point to Russia possibly planning to use next week’s military exercises in Belarus as a cover for invasion reasoning that “there is more and more proof of its preparations for an offensive war on a continental scale». …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Chinese-Russian navy drill takes place in Baltic Sea
    Jul26

    Chinese-Russian navy drill takes place in Baltic Sea

    Russian and Chinese navies have launched their first joint military drill in the Baltic Sea raising concern to NATO member states Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland, cautious of Russia’s aggressive actions in Ukraine. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Russia distances itself from proclamation of «Malorossiya» in eastern Ukraine
    Jul20

    Russia distances itself from proclamation of «Malorossiya» in eastern Ukraine

    The Kremlin has noted that the proclamation of a county entitled “Malorossiya», or “Little Russia» in the pro-Kremlin-separatist-held eastern parts of Ukraine is a personal initiative of the rebel leader. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Memorial for victims MH17 unveiled in Netherlands
    Jul18

    Memorial for victims MH17 unveiled in Netherlands

    In Vijfhuizen, the Netherlands, the National Monument for the MH17 victims has been unveiled remembering those 298 people, who were killed over eastern Ukraine as a rocket hit a civilian passenger plane. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Stoltenberg: NATO is on Ukraine’s side and will not recognise Crimea annexation into Russia
    Jul11

    Stoltenberg: NATO is on Ukraine’s side and will not recognise Crimea annexation into Russia

    NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg during a visit to Ukraine stressed that in the war-torn east of the country, Minsk agreements “must be fully implemented and OSCE monitors be granted full, safe and unhindered access to the whole of Ukraine». …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Ukrainian police arrests servers of software firm blamed for ransomware attack
    Jul05

    Ukrainian police arrests servers of software firm blamed for ransomware attack

    Ukrainian cyber-security police has arrested servers operated by the tax software firm, which is blamed for unwillingly spreading the malware that resulted in a massive cyber attack in Ukraine and many other countries last week. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Russia involved in global ransomware attack, Ukraine establishes
    Jul03

    Russia involved in global ransomware attack, Ukraine establishes

    Ukraine has stated it has evidence that Russia’s security services were behind last week’s global ransomware attack. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Eurovision asks Ukraine to pay fine for delays and row with Russia
    Jun30

    Eurovision asks Ukraine to pay fine for delays and row with Russia

    The management of the international Eurovision song contest has asked Ukraine to pay a large fine for problems in the organisation of the 2017 competition events in Kyiv. European Broadcasting Union stated Ukraine’s state broadcaster UA:PBC should pay the fine because of “severe delays which created unnecessary difficulties»....

    European Union extends sanctions against Russia
    Jun30

    European Union extends sanctions against Russia

    Latvia supports the extension of European Union’s sanctions against Russia, which were imposed to oppose Russia’s annexation of Crimea and aggression in Ukraine, as reported by Foreign Affairs Ministry. …read more Source: Baltic News...

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