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    ‘The west is wrong to write off Ukraine’s debts’
    Apr13

    ‘The west is wrong to write off Ukraine’s debts’

    It’s easy to feel sorry for a country crippled by war and corruption – but dismissing past debts is not the way to help, say Alexander Lebedev and Vladislav Inozemtsev The road to hell is paved with good intentions, they say, and so it may be with the west’s approach to Ukraine. Related: Viktor Yanukovych is gone, but where are...

    Nordic defence pact heightens tension with Russia
    Apr13

    Nordic defence pact heightens tension with Russia

    The Kremlin says a new Nordic defence pact is “directed against Russia” and amounts to a “confrontational approach” on the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source:...

    Poland and Lithuania top EU defence budget hikes
    Apr13

    Poland and Lithuania top EU defence budget hikes

    Poland and Lithuania top EU defense budget hikes in 2015 as conflict in Ukraine continues to foment instability. …read more Source:...

    Senator Portman and Latvian MFA discuss importance of continuing U.S. engagement in EU security
    Apr13

    Senator Portman and Latvian MFA discuss importance of continuing U.S. engagement in EU security

    On April 10th 2015, Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics met with U.S. Republican Senator, Robert Portman, who has arrived in Latvia from Ukraine on a regional visit, LETA was informed by the Foreign Ministry. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Germany: Russia and Ukraine must cooperate
    Apr13

    Germany: Russia and Ukraine must cooperate

    German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier called on Russia and Ukraine to set in motion the next phase of the shaky Minsk peace accords aimed at stopping the fighting in east Ukraine, ahead of talks about their implementation in Berlin on Monday. …read more Source: The Local...

    Hundreds of Kyiv citizens celebrated Easter
    Apr13

    Hundreds of Kyiv citizens celebrated Easter

    Hundreds of Kyiv citizens celebrated Easter at St Michael’s Cathedral over the weekend. The blue church has become a symbol of Ukraine’s Maiden… …read more Source:...

    Steinmeier appeals to Russia, Ukraine ahead of Berlin summit
    Apr13

    Steinmeier appeals to Russia, Ukraine ahead of Berlin summit

    Germany’s foreign minister has urged Russia and Ukraine to move forward with the terms of the Minsk ceasefire, ahead of a key meeting in Berlin. He rejected opposition calls to reinstate Russia in what’s now the G7. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Anti-Russia group pulls down Soviet-era statues in Kharkiv – video
    Apr12

    Anti-Russia group pulls down Soviet-era statues in Kharkiv – video

    A group of masked men pull down monuments of Soviet leaders in the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv on Saturday. In a video released by the Kharkiv Crisis Info Centre, men who are said to be part of an anti-Russia group are seen tying ropes around the statues of Soviet official Sergo Ordzhonikidze, Russian Nikolai Rudnev and Bolshevik leader Yakov...

    Hungary ‘behind Ukraine’ in Russia conflict
    Apr12

    Hungary ‘behind Ukraine’ in Russia conflict

    Like all the European Union, Hungary condemns Russia’s territorial aggression against Ukraine day by day, Zsolt Németh, the Fidesz head of parliament’s foreign affairs committee, has said on a two-day visit to Kiev with Socialist MP Attila Mesterházy. The two expressed Hungary’s solidarity with Ukraine and commitment to its...

    Russian Navy Ship Evacuates 308 People from Yemen
    Apr12

    Russian Navy Ship Evacuates 308 People from Yemen

    Russian Navy vessel Priazovye has helped to evacuate 308 people, including a Bulgarian national, from Yemen. According to reports of Russia’s Defense Ministry, as cited by TASS, citizens from 19 countries were rescued, including 45 Russians, 18 US citizens, 5 people from the UK, 1 Bulgarian, 6 Estonians, 14 Ukrainians, 9 citizens of...

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