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    Constructive work of subgroups on Ukraine in Minsk
    May06

    Constructive work of subgroups on Ukraine in Minsk

    “Today the working groups met for the first time. They discussed the agenda of the next meetings and avenues of work. OSCE coordinators informed us about results during the plenary session. I believe that the work went in a constructive manner. We have laid down the foundation for the possible process of resolving all the issues through talks...

    Next meetings of subgroups on Ukraine in Minsk ‘possibly on the same day’
    May06

    Next meetings of subgroups on Ukraine in Minsk ‘possibly on the same day’

    Asked about specific dates for the next meetings of the working groups, Denis Pushilin explained: “These are just approximate dates that have been determined. Ms. Tagliavini mentioned an approximate date. It is possible that one date for all the subgroups may be scheduled. But it will have to be discussed yet.” …read more Source:...

    Kulmukhametov: Subgroup on policy will address issues of elections in south-east of Ukraine
    May06

    Kulmukhametov: Subgroup on policy will address issues of elections in south-east of Ukraine

    According to Azamat Kulmukhametov, the working subgroups will be working to launch the process of political settlement. Thus the working group on political issues will be dealing with the issues related to the determination of the modality and conditions of holding elections in the Donbass region. …read more Source:...

    Breakthrough at Minsk talks on Ukraine
    May06

    Breakthrough at Minsk talks on Ukraine

    “A breakthrough has been secured. Possibly everyone has been waiting for it since the package of measures was signed on 12 February. The subgroups were launched and started working rather productively,” said Denis Pushilin. …read more Source:...

    Russian report blames Kiev for downing of MH17 airliner: newspaper
    May06

    Russian report blames Kiev for downing of MH17 airliner: newspaper

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – An independent Russian newspaper on Wednesday published what it said was a report by Russian military engineers suggesting a Malaysian airliner shot down in Ukraine was hit by a Russian-made surface-to-air missile fired by Ukrainian forces. …read more Source:...

    Meeting of contact group on Ukraine over
    May06

    Meeting of contact group on Ukraine over

    Taking part in the meeting were OSCE Special Representative Heidi Tagliavini, former President of Ukraine Leonid Kuchma, representative of Russia Azamat Kulmukhametov, representatives of the self-proclaimed republics of Donetsk and Lugansk Denis Pushilin and Vladislav Deynego. …read more Source:...

    Analyst: Upcoming months will tell why Templeton sheds debt
    May06

    Analyst: Upcoming months will tell why Templeton sheds debt

    Emerging Market specialist Franklin Templeton Investments could have reduced its Hungarian debt exposure to compensate its losses in Ukraine, and has so far caused no substantial market tension, CIB analyst Mariann Trippon told the Budapest Business Journal today. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

    Analyst: Upcoming months will tell Templetonʼs intentions
    May06

    Analyst: Upcoming months will tell Templetonʼs intentions

    Emerging Market specialist Franklin Templeton Investments could have reduced its Hungarian debt exposure to compensate its losses in Ukraine, and has so far caused no substantial market tension, CIB analyst Mariann Trippon told the Budapest Business Journal today. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

    WATCH: Prince Harry inspires bizarre propaganda video for Ukrainian troops on front line
    May06

    WATCH: Prince Harry inspires bizarre propaganda video for Ukrainian troops on front line

    PRINCE HARRY appears to have inspired a bizarre propaganda video made by Ukrainian soldiers fighting on the front line against Russia. …read more Source:...

    15 years of Vladimir Putin: 15 ways he has changed Russia and the world
    May06

    15 years of Vladimir Putin: 15 ways he has changed Russia and the world

    His critics say he has led his country into an autocratic cul-de-sac, but his fans point to the stability he brought after Yeltsin and the way he stood up to the westDays before he was elected to the Russian presidency in 2000, Vladimir Putin told the BBC that Russia was “part of European culture” and that he “would not rule out” the possibility...

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