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    [Ticker] IMF announces €15.5bn Ukraine package
    Feb12

    [Ticker] IMF announces €15.5bn Ukraine package

    The International Monetary Fund will give Ukraine €15.5 billion over the next four years in return for an “economic reform programme” which the government in Kiev has approved. “It’s an ambitious programme, a tough programme and it’s not without risk. But it’s also a realistic programme,” IMF chief Lagarde...

    Ukrainian crisis: Talks enter 15th hour as president Poroshenko and Vladimir Putin lock horns over future of Ukraine
    Feb12

    Ukrainian crisis: Talks enter 15th hour as president Poroshenko and Vladimir Putin lock horns over future of Ukraine

    A battle of nerves continued last night as the Russian and Ukrainian leaders sought to hammer out the terms of a ceasefire in Belarus. …read more Source: The...

    IMF agrees to extend $17.5 billion loan to Ukraine
    Feb12

    IMF agrees to extend $17.5 billion loan to Ukraine

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    Government Falcon: the best of the works happens
    Feb12

    Government Falcon: the best of the works happens

    The government Falcon airplane with Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov on board hovered for about an hour over Sofia, Wednesday evening before making a successful landing at Sofia Airport. The reason was a gear that did not close upon taking off. In such cases and for safety reasons, the plane is to fly until running our of fuel. Premier...

    The leader of the DPR demands for Ukraine non-aligned status
    Feb12

    The leader of the DPR demands for Ukraine non-aligned status

    One of the leaders of militants Denis Pushilin voiced his demands on the settlement of a conflict in the Donbass. …read more Source:...

    War in Ukraine: Contradictory reports on progress of Minsk peace talks
    Feb12

    War in Ukraine: Contradictory reports on progress of Minsk peace talks

    In the morning of Thursday, February 12, media reports on current peace talks in Minsk range from Ukraine’s opposition to Russia’s demands, to an agreement being reached and even to a specific timeframe for an agreed ceasefire. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Latvian MFA: close EU-Canadian cooperation is needed to stabilize political and economic situation in Ukraine
    Feb12

    Latvian MFA: close EU-Canadian cooperation is needed to stabilize political and economic situation in Ukraine

    On February 11th, Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics met with the new Canadian Ambassador to Latvia Alain Hausser, who arrived on an introductory meeting, reports LETA. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    [Ticker] Ukraine talks: ‘No good news yet’
    Feb12

    [Ticker] Ukraine talks: ‘No good news yet’

    Ukraine leader Poroshenko told press in Minsk Thursday morning after 13 hours of talks there is “no good news yet” and that “some” Russian ceasefire conditions are “unacceptable”. Earlier reports by Reuters and Russian wires said talks are to yield a 12 or 13-point declaration on a ceasefire starting Saturday....

    Maigre: Russia can’t tango alone
    Feb12

    Maigre: Russia can’t tango alone

    Although Ukraine arrived in Minsk with little leverage, Russian leader Vladimir Putin was also interested in talks, said Merle Maigre, the security adviser to the Estonian president. …read more Source:...

    Syrian Ambassador to Belarus hopes for Minsk talks success
    Feb12

    Syrian Ambassador to Belarus hopes for Minsk talks success

    “Every country has its problems. Syria has its problems. Ukraine also has a crisis situation. It is important that Belarus is hosting the high-level talks to regulate the conflict in Ukraine. I hope the talks will bring results,” the diplomat said. …read more Source:...

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