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    Former MI6 head: Putin could get more dangerous
    Mar20

    Former MI6 head: Putin could get more dangerous

    Putin attends a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Moscow. © Pavel Golovkin/AP/Press Association Images Richard Dearlove, the former head of the Secret Intelligence Service MI6, has said that the West is failing to put sufficient pressure on Vladimir Putin over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. In comments made...

    Possibly USD 80 mln of Ukrainian state money laundered through Latvia during Yanukovych’s presidency
    Mar20

    Possibly USD 80 mln of Ukrainian state money laundered through Latvia during Yanukovych’s presidency

    The State Police’s Economic Crimes Department is investigating information that approximately USD 80 million of Ukrainian state money (EUR 74.92 million) was laundered through Latvia during Viktor Yanukovych’s presidency. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Kazakhstan president urges all sides to honor Minsk accords
    Mar20

    Kazakhstan president urges all sides to honor Minsk accords

    In his words, Kazakhstan believes that only diplomacy can provide a way out of the current situation in Ukraine. There is no military solution to the problem. …read more Source:...

    Erdogan: Ukraine solution only through peaceful means, diplomacy
    Mar20

    Erdogan: Ukraine solution only through peaceful means, diplomacy

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said prior to his visit to the Ukraine that his country supported the full implementation of the Minsk cease-fire. …read more Source: Macedonian Information...

    Ukrainian MFA proposes to dismiss ambassador to Belarus Mykhaylo Yezhel
    Mar20

    Ukrainian MFA proposes to dismiss ambassador to Belarus Mykhaylo Yezhel

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine proposes to relieve Ukraine’s Ambassador to Belarus Mykhaylo Yezhel of his duties. …read more Source:...

    8-Year-Old Ukrainian Girl Is War’s Latest Victim
    Mar20

    8-Year-Old Ukrainian Girl Is War’s Latest Victim

    Family and mourners carried the slain child, Polina, through the streets of Konstantinovka in a funeral procession before laying her to rest. March 18, 2015. YouTube screen capture. RuptlyTV. In a terrible tragedy on Monday, March 16, an armored vehicle ran onto a sidewalk in the eastern Ukrainian town of Konstantinovka, hitting three...

    Putin expects Kiev to honor Minsk accords
    Mar20

    Putin expects Kiev to honor Minsk accords

    “Thanks to the agreement reached in Minsk on 12 February there is now a real opportunity for the step-by-step de-escalation of the armed conflict. We strongly hope that the government in Kiev will fully implement the Minsk accords,” stressed Vladimir Putin. …read more Source:...

    Sanctions on Russia ‘to last until the end of the year’
    Mar20

    Sanctions on Russia ‘to last until the end of the year’

    The EU suggests it will only lift sanctions on Russia when the Minsk peace agreement is fully implemented …read more Source: The...

    Energy and Crimean Tatars top agenda as Turkey’s Erdogan visits Ukraine
    Mar20

    Energy and Crimean Tatars top agenda as Turkey’s Erdogan visits Ukraine

    ANKARA (Reuters) – Energy ties and the fate of Crimean Tatars will top the agenda when Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan meets his Ukrainian counterpart in Kiev on Friday, but concrete deals are unlikely as he seeks to avoid straining relations with Moscow. …read more Source:...

    Russia says sanctions ‘destructive’, will act in own interests
    Mar20

    Russia says sanctions ‘destructive’, will act in own interests

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia described “sanctions rhetoric” as destructive on Friday and said it would do what is in its national interests after European Union leaders kept economic sanctions in place over the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source:...

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