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    Insight: West’s offer to rebuild Ukraine faces reality check
    Feb26

    Insight: West’s offer to rebuild Ukraine faces reality check

    BRUSSELS/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Western powers are preparing what they say may be their most potent weapon against Moscow’s interference in Ukraine – a multi billion dollar aid package to rebuild a near-bankrupt state and realize the European dream cherished by many Ukrainians. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine to start withdrawal of heavy weapons from the demarcation line
    Feb26

    Ukraine to start withdrawal of heavy weapons from the demarcation line

    In compliance with the Minsk agreements of Feb. 12, Ukraine will start to withdraw 100-mm canons from the demarcation line Thursday. …read more Source:...

    Belarus’ role in global processes re-evaluated thanks to its balanced foreign policy
    Feb26

    Belarus’ role in global processes re-evaluated thanks to its balanced foreign policy

    “The previous year turned out to be a very difficult one for the Belarusian diplomacy. The unprecedented aggravation of the situation in our region in light of the Ukrainian crisis, severe confrontation among the leading world powers, and sanction wars between Russia and the West negatively affected the world trade, aggravated the economic...

    Was the Crimean assimilation pre-planned?
    Feb26

    Was the Crimean assimilation pre-planned?

    A Russian newspaper revealed that the Kremlin has been exploring a plan of assimilating eastern Ukraine since before the fall of pro-Russian Ukrainian president V. Yanukovych. According to independent “Novaya Gazeta”, a relevant document had been presented to Vladimir Putin and Russian officers 20 days before Yanukovych left the country. The...

    Port Burgas endangered by decline in cruises
    Feb26

    Port Burgas endangered by decline in cruises

    Several cruise operators don’t feel safe across the Black Sea due to the complicated situation in Ukraine and Russia, which will lead to a decline in this type of voyages. That is why it is essential for Burgas and particularly for its harbor to attract operators, currently cruising across the Mediterranean, said CEO of Port Burgas Diyan...

    Nato chief warns Russia after Italy meet
    Feb26

    Nato chief warns Russia after Italy meet

    Nato chief Jens Stoltenberg on Wednesday warned that any attempt to expand territory held by separatists in Ukraine would be “unacceptable” and told Russia to withdraw 1,000 items of military equipment from Ukraine’s territory, speaking after meeting Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi. …read more Source: The Local...

    Belarus’ Embassy in Kiev receives about 30 resettlement applications daily
    Feb26

    Belarus’ Embassy in Kiev receives about 30 resettlement applications daily

    “Every day we receive up to 30 applications regarding the issues of moving to Belarus for permanent residence or study. More than 60,000 people have already moved to Belarus,” the Ambassador said. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine to start withdrawing heavy weapons from frontline
    Feb26

    Ukraine to start withdrawing heavy weapons from frontline

    Move was required under ceasefire deal, and defence ministry says it reserves right to revise plan in event of attack by rebel forcesUkraine’s military has said it will start pulling back its heavy weapons from the frontline of its conflict with Russian-backed separatists as required under a ceasefire agreement.The defence ministry said it...

    Philip Breedlove: Over 1,000 pieces of military hardware already sent from Russia to Ukraine
    Feb26

    Philip Breedlove: Over 1,000 pieces of military hardware already sent from Russia to Ukraine

    Over 1,000 pieces of Russian military equipment including tanks, armored personnel carriers, heavy artillery pieces, and other military vehicles, have already crossed the Ukrainian border. …read more Source:...

    The DNA of German foreign policy
    Feb26

    The DNA of German foreign policy

    The harsh reality of the past year has created unprecedented challenges for Germany and its foreign policy. The crisis in Ukraine spiraled out of control, with Russia’s annexation of Crimea, followed by military escalation in the eastern Donbas region, calling into question the post-1945 European order. And, though the measures agreed in...

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