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    A foreign nation calls itself one minority’s shield (Steinmeier, on Ukraine situation)
    Mar10

    A foreign nation calls itself one minority’s shield (Steinmeier, on Ukraine situation)

    German Foreign Affairs minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said on Monday night, in Sibiu (rd 272 km northwest of Bucharest), referring to the conflict in Ukraine, that a foreign nation calls itself a shield for one minority it has ethnic relations to, and lives in another state, Ukraine, thus justifying the violation of the sovereignty of this...

    MoD Siemoniak: Poland ‘cannot ignore threats’
    Mar10

    MoD Siemoniak: Poland ‘cannot ignore threats’

    Poland’s Defence Minister Tomasz Siemoniak has said that despite the unstable situation in eastern Ukraine, Poles should feel safe. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Obama urges robust monitoring of Ukraine ceasefire
    Mar10

    Obama urges robust monitoring of Ukraine ceasefire

    US President Barack Obama has called for effective international monitoring of the ceasefire in Ukraine. During a visit by EU Council President… …read more Source:...

    Tusk: EU and US must speak with one voice
    Mar10

    Tusk: EU and US must speak with one voice

    European Council President Donald Tusk stressed on Monday at the White House that the US and the EU must demonstrate unity, as a volatile ceasefire hangs in the balance in Ukraine. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Rebels withdraw weaponry from Ukrainian frontline
    Mar10

    Rebels withdraw weaponry from Ukrainian frontline

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has said pro-Russian rebels have withdrawn a significant amount of weaponry from the front-lines in eastern Ukraine in accordance with a three-week-old ceasefire deal. …read more Source: RTÉ...

    Opera and tanks on east Ukraine’s frontline
    Mar10

    Opera and tanks on east Ukraine’s frontline

    Few in eastern Ukraine believe a fragile ceasefire will hold …read more Source:...

    US Sending 3000 Troops to Baltics for 3-Month NATO Drills
    Mar10

    US Sending 3000 Troops to Baltics for 3-Month NATO Drills

    Around 750 US Army tanks and other vehicles and military equipment are already in Latvia for the so-called “Operation Atlantic Resolve” exercises with NATO partners. The drills will continue for three months, though a US military source quoted by various media outlets argues the equipment will remain in the region even after this...

    NATO Accuses Russia of ‘Militarizing’ Crimea after Putin Comments
    Mar10

    NATO Accuses Russia of ‘Militarizing’ Crimea after Putin Comments

    Russia has significantly built up its military capabilities in Crimea since the peninsula was incorporated into its territory following a local referendum, NATO officials say.The processes there “are easy to describe as militarization”, NATO Supreme Allied Commander Europe Philip Breedlove has told Ukraine’s 1+1 TV channel.Gen...

    Ukraine: Separatists pull back weapons; Putin admits plan to annex Crimea
    Mar10

    Ukraine: Separatists pull back weapons; Putin admits plan to annex Crimea

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Monday, March 9, announced that pro-Kremlin separatists in the country’s east have pulled back considerable amount of heavy weapons thus in meeting one of the crucial conditions of the latest ceasefire deal. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    German Foreign Minister notes Ukraine’s conflict de-escalation due to Minsk accords
    Mar10

    German Foreign Minister notes Ukraine’s conflict de-escalation due to Minsk accords

    Frank-Walter Steinmeier also hailed the agreement to confer more powers on OSCE observers. In his words, it pertains, first of all, to monitoring not only the heavy weapons withdrawal itself but also where these heavy weapons are withdrawn. …read more Source:...

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