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    MFA: Belarus seeks to strengthen cooperation with Ukraine in all areas
    Apr29

    MFA: Belarus seeks to strengthen cooperation with Ukraine in all areas

    As for the future of Ukraine, Alexander Mikhnevich considers that no one except the Ukrainians could answer this question. “The Ukrainians themselves decide what future they want for Ukraine. If they ask for advice or assistance we will be happy to help,” he said. …read more Source:...

    Chernobyl Is Burning, But Who’s to Blame?
    Apr29

    Chernobyl Is Burning, But Who’s to Blame?

    Chernobyl reactor #4 seen from across the man-made cooling river, Ukraine, in 2013. Image by Guy Corbishley from Demotix. As Russia recovers from massive wildfires in the Siberian regions of Khakassia and Zabaikal, Ukraine has encountered an even more alarming problem: a 400-hectare wildfire dangerously close to the Chernobyl exclusion zone....

    Obama calls Russian aggression against Ukraine a global threat
    Apr29

    Obama calls Russian aggression against Ukraine a global threat

    The acts of Russian aggression against Ukraine are a threat to the world that must be confronted in a global context. …read more Source:...

    Foreign Ministries of Belarus, Russia discuss cooperation in OSCE, CoE
    Apr29

    Foreign Ministries of Belarus, Russia discuss cooperation in OSCE, CoE

    The sides exchanged views on the situation in the OSCE, the role of the organization in settling the Ukrainian crisis, and the development of the Helsinki Plus 40 process. They also coordinated their approaches to a number of issues on the current agenda of the OSCE that include reformation of the organization. …read more Source:...

    Huge forest fire heads straight for Chernobyl
    Apr29

    Huge forest fire heads straight for Chernobyl

    The huge forest fire which broke out on Tuesday in northern Ukraine continues to incinerate everything in its path and now threatens the abandoned Chernobyl nuclear plant. The Ukrainian Minister of Interior states that due to the strong winds, the forest fire has taken a turn for the worse, has turned into the largest one since 1992, and is...

    Lukashenko: Belarus will always stand shoulder to shoulder with Russia
    Apr29

    Lukashenko: Belarus will always stand shoulder to shoulder with Russia

    “Everyone must be told that we have been together with Russia and will always be. No idle talks about Crimea, deviations and adjustments in Belarus’ policy can be allowed,” stressed the head of state. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian companies acquainted with Macedonia’s investment opportunities
    Apr29

    Ukrainian companies acquainted with Macedonia’s investment opportunities

    Over 100 Ukrainian companies were acquainted with Macedonia’s investment opportunities at a business forum in Kiev on Wednesday. …read more Source: Macedonian Information...

    Chernobyl fire: Ukraine’s biggest blaze in decades threatens to spread to nuclear plant
    Apr29

    Chernobyl fire: Ukraine’s biggest blaze in decades threatens to spread to nuclear plant

    Ukrainian emergency services are on high alert as the country’s biggest forest fire in decades threatens to spread to the Chernobyl nuclear plant. …read more Source: The...

    Lukashenko welcomes U.S. possible involvement in Ukraine crisis settlement
    Apr29

    Lukashenko welcomes U.S. possible involvement in Ukraine crisis settlement

    If the United States intends to normalize the situation in the south-east of Ukraine, no doubt the situation will be normalized. If the United States takes a different stand, there will be no peace. Everybody understands this, even ordinary people,” Alexander Lukashenko noted. …read more Source:...

    Forest fire near Ukraine’s Chernobyl nuclear zone under control: PM
    Apr29

    Forest fire near Ukraine’s Chernobyl nuclear zone under control: PM

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian fire fighters have contained a large forest fire that threatened to spread toward the abandoned Chernobyl nuclear power plant and radiation levels in the area are normal, Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk said on Wednesday. …read more Source:...

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