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    Red Cross in Vitebsk starts distributing clothing vouchers among Ukrainians
    Feb19

    Red Cross in Vitebsk starts distributing clothing vouchers among Ukrainians

    Starting from the next week Ukrainian migrants residing in Vitebsk Oblast will be able to receive vouchers to buy clothing and footwear, Chairperson of the Vitebsk Oblast Office of the Belarusian Red Cross Society (BRCS) Galina Zhelanova told reporters. …read more Source:...

    London and Madrid still oppose military aid to Ukraine
    Feb19

    London and Madrid still oppose military aid to Ukraine

    The foreign ministers of Britain and Spain said Thursday the solution to the Ukrainian crisis had to come through dialogue and could not involve military aid to Ukrainian forces. …read more Source: The Local...

    OSCE discusses sending peacekeeping forces to Donbas
    Feb19

    OSCE discusses sending peacekeeping forces to Donbas

    The OSCE considers the issue of the deployment of a peacekeeping mission in Donbas. …read more Source:...

    Zimbabwe: why the EU is easing sanctions
    Feb19

    Zimbabwe: why the EU is easing sanctions

    Credits: Getty ImagesAlt Text: Robert Mugabe Robert Mugabe is offered an economic ‘olive branch’ – but what exactly is going on in Zimbabwe? Briefing Thursday, February 19, 2015 – 2:31pm See related: Robert Mugabe: from freedom fighter to fearsome dictator Is Grace Mugabe set to be the next ruler of Zimbabwe? Robert Mugabe takes...

    Matviyenko: Belarus contributes to peaceful settlement of Ukraine crisis
    Feb19

    Matviyenko: Belarus contributes to peaceful settlement of Ukraine crisis

    “Belarus hosted the Normandy Four meeting and successfully fulfilled the functions of the host. The country contributes to the formulation of the proposals on the peaceful settlement of the Ukrainian crisis, and takes this job seriously. It has created all the conditions for the negotiations in Minsk. I am sure that Belarus will continue to...

    Leaders agree to stick to Ukraine peace accord
    Feb19

    Leaders agree to stick to Ukraine peace accord

    The leaders of France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine said Thursday they would stick to the Ukraine peace agreement signed last week in Minsk despite a “serious ceasefire violation” in Debaltseve, German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s office said.The four leaders… …read more Source:...

    Zbigniew Bujak: Putin winning propaganda war
    Feb19

    Zbigniew Bujak: Putin winning propaganda war

    It is possible that a moment will come when diplomacy is going to start working, but at the moment it does not help to resolve the conflict in Donbas. …read more Source:...

    UNHCR, IOM offices in Belarus to draft joint project on Ukrainian migrants
    Feb19

    UNHCR, IOM offices in Belarus to draft joint project on Ukrainian migrants

    In his words, about 700 of those who came to Belarus from Ukraine in 2014 requested protection. “Their number has increased but has not reached the figures when we are able to request a considerable additional financial aid. Speaking about displaced people, we are analyzing the situation and try to help whenever we can,” Jean-Yves Bouchardy said....

    Ukraine firing spreads despite truce
    Feb19

    Ukraine firing spreads despite truce

    Shelling is reported a number of places in eastern Ukraine as leaders hold talks on how to enforce the ceasefire officially in place since Sunday. …read more Source:...

    Pro-Russian separatist “not opposed” to UN peacekeepers in eastern Ukraine
    Feb19

    Pro-Russian separatist “not opposed” to UN peacekeepers in eastern Ukraine

    Pro-Russian separatists in the disputed eastern Ukraine region say they are not opposed to the idea of UN mandated peacekeepers. The Deputy Defence… …read more Source:...

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