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    EU to keep Russia sanctions until next year
    Mar20

    EU to keep Russia sanctions until next year

    EU leaders have decided to extend economic sanctions on Russia until the end of the year, but to take the legal steps in the coming months. …read more Source:...

    Only peace will bring end to sanctions against Russia, says EU
    Mar20

    Only peace will bring end to sanctions against Russia, says EU

    The European Union will lift economic sanctions against Russia only when it fulfils all the conditions of a peace deal agreed with Ukraine, national leaders of the EU’s member states decided today (19 March) at a summit in Brussels. The agreement amounts to an adjustment of the EU’s eight-month-old regime of economic sanctions to...

    Opinion: The Exceptional Destiny of Foreign Policy
    Mar20

    Opinion: The Exceptional Destiny of Foreign Policy

    In this column, Roberto Savio, founder and president emeritus of the Inter Press Service (IPS) news agency and publisher of Other News, analyses the incongruences in U.S. and European foreign policy as pressure builds up for military confrontation over Ukraine.By Roberto SavioROME, Mar 19 2015 (IPS)For a long time, citizens of the United States...

    Poroshenko: ‘Russia will not blackmail Ukraine’
    Mar20

    Poroshenko: ‘Russia will not blackmail Ukraine’

    The Ukrainian President, Petro Poroshenko, has granted an exclusive interview to euronews in Kyiv in which he calls on the West to present a united… …read more Source:...

    Missile remains ‘found at MH17 site’
    Mar20

    Missile remains ‘found at MH17 site’

    Dutch broadcaster RTL says it has new evidence the Malaysia Airlines plane shot down over Ukraine last July was hit by a Russian-made Buk missile. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] UK unveils new fund for EU’s eastern neighbours
    Mar20

    [Ticker] UK unveils new fund for EU’s eastern neighbours

    The UK, at a summit in Brussels on Thursday, pledged €21mn in new money for a “good governance fund” to help build European-type institutions in Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine, Bosnia, and Serbia. A British source said EU neighbouring states are facing “Russian pressure” and need “expert” help to make “hard...

    Russia, China, others snub U.N. meeting on Crimea human rights
    Mar20

    Russia, China, others snub U.N. meeting on Crimea human rights

    UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – Russia, China, Venezuela and Angola snubbed an informal United Nations Security Council meeting on Thursday on human rights in Crimea a year after Russia seized the Black Sea peninsula from Ukraine, diplomats said. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] EU sanctions on Russia to stay in place
    Mar20

    [Ticker] EU sanctions on Russia to stay in place

    EU economic sanctions on Russia are to stay in place until the “complete implementation of the Minsk [ceasefire] agreements, bearing in mind that this isn’t foreseen until the end of 2015”, EU Council chief Tusk said Thursday following an EU summit. “Our common intention is very, very clear”, he added. …read...

    EU ties lifting Russia sanctions to full Ukraine peace accord
    Mar19

    EU ties lifting Russia sanctions to full Ukraine peace accord

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union leaders agreed on Thursday to link lifting economic sanctions on Russia to the full implementation of a Ukraine ceasefire agreement, European Council President Donald Tusk announced. …read more Source:...

    U.S. to move ahead with training Ukrainian guardsmen: Pentagon
    Mar19

    U.S. to move ahead with training Ukrainian guardsmen: Pentagon

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – About 290 U.S. Army paratroopers will travel to western Ukraine next month to train three battalions of Ukrainian national guard troops, the Pentagon said on Thursday, moving ahead with a long-planned mission that was delayed due to a peace deal. …read more Source:...

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