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    Hammond: Russia fundamentally undermines the security of sovereign nations in Eastern Europe
    Mar10

    Hammond: Russia fundamentally undermines the security of sovereign nations in Eastern Europe

    Russia’s aggression against Ukraine undermines the security of other Eastern European countries and is the greatest threat to Britain’s security, said British Secretary of Foreign Affairs Philip Hammond on Tuesday, March 10th. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Crimean issue could be considered by Hague Tribunal
    Mar10

    Crimean issue could be considered by Hague Tribunal

    The proposal was made by the minister of foreign affairs of Spain. …read more Source:...

    Spain: EU sanctions on Russia ‘beneficial for no one’
    Mar10

    Spain: EU sanctions on Russia ‘beneficial for no one’

    Spain on Tuesday joined a growing list of EU countries which are publicly critical of Russia sanctions and keen to mend ties. …read more Source:...

    How many Russians are fighting in Ukraine?
    Mar10

    How many Russians are fighting in Ukraine?

    How deeply involved is Moscow in the conflict in the east? …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s military says eastern rebels using truce to amass arms
    Mar10

    Ukraine’s military says eastern rebels using truce to amass arms

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine’s military said on Tuesday pro-Russian rebels were amassing heavy weapons in depots around separatist-held Donetsk city despite a ceasefire deal. …read more Source:...

    “Enough about Crimea – let’s consider Kosovo, Libya, Iraq”
    Mar10

    “Enough about Crimea – let’s consider Kosovo, Libya, Iraq”

    Russia’s partners in the West should pay attention to NATO’s 1999 bombing of Serbia, to Kosovo, and the breakup of Libya, “and not just to Crimea.” Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov made this statement on Tuesday, TASS reported. …read more Source:...

    Obama decided not to supply lethal weapons to Ukraine ‘after talks with Merkel’
    Mar10

    Obama decided not to supply lethal weapons to Ukraine ‘after talks with Merkel’

    U.S. President Barack Obama decided not to supply lethal weapons to the Ukrainian army after a meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on February 9. …read more Source:...

    NATO naval drills start in Black Sea after one-day delay
    Mar10

    NATO naval drills start in Black Sea after one-day delay

    SOFIA (Reuters) – NATO’s Black Sea members Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey joined four other alliance states in a multinational naval exercise on Tuesday just across the water from the Crimean Peninsula annexed by Russia last year. …read more Source:...

    Rebels dig new front-line positions despite Ukraine ceasefire
    Mar10

    Rebels dig new front-line positions despite Ukraine ceasefire

    Separatist fighters continue preparing their positions in the war against Kyiv forces. Though this part of Ukraine has been relatively quiet since the ceasefire, tensions remain high, reports Kitty Logan from Debaltseve. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU to Provide More Funding to Ukraine, Russia Seeks Sanctions Alleviation
    Mar10

    EU to Provide More Funding to Ukraine, Russia Seeks Sanctions Alleviation

    The EU intends to provide a new financial aid package to Ukraine estimated at EUR 110M in 2015. The statement was made by European Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations, Johannes Hahn, TASS news agency reported. He said that the larger portion of the sum will be utilized to assist the private sector in the...

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