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    [Opinion] More union in European defence
    Mar11

    [Opinion] More union in European defence

    If Europe is “forged in crises”, the current situation in Ukraine and in the Middle East calls for the forging of a European Defence Union. …read more Source:...

    Western historians play down Russian threat | Delfi – Lithuania
    Mar11

    Western historians play down Russian threat | Delfi – Lithuania

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    Russia says has right to deploy nuclear weapons in Crimea: report
    Mar11

    Russia says has right to deploy nuclear weapons in Crimea: report

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia has the right to deploy nuclear arms in the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea, which Moscow annexed from Ukraine last year, a Foreign Ministry official said on Wednesday, adding he knew of no plans to do so. …read more Source:...

    Russia Retracts from Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces, Collaborates with North Korea
    Mar11

    Russia Retracts from Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces, Collaborates with North Korea

    Russia announced Wednesday it would stop its participation in the Joint Consultative Group and in particular of the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe. The agreement was signed back in 1990 among the members of the 16 NATO state members and the six Warsaw Pact countries. The document outlined the limits to military forces in Europe, as...

    NATO chief says Russia still equipping Ukraine rebels
    Mar11

    NATO chief says Russia still equipping Ukraine rebels

    MONS, Belgium (Reuters) – NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Wednesday that Russia was continuing to arm and train rebel forces in eastern Ukraine and he called on Moscow to respect a ceasefire by withdrawing fully from the conflict. …read more Source:...

    Russia struggling to maintain military operations in Ukraine, says report
    Mar11

    Russia struggling to maintain military operations in Ukraine, says report

    Report highlighting extent of Kremlin’s involvement in conflict claims scale of continuing involvement is putting strains on Russian militaryLarge-scale intervention in eastern Ukraine by regular Russian troops began last August, reaching a peak of 10,000 in December, and Moscow has been struggling to maintain operations on such a scale and...

    Kasyanov: atmosphere of evil and intolerance is being cultivated in Russia
    Mar11

    Kasyanov: atmosphere of evil and intolerance is being cultivated in Russia

    One of the most notable representatives of the Russian opposition, former Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Kasyanov believes the world can expect more deaths if the west does not demonstrate a strict position against Russian President Vladimir Putin’s regime in Ukraine, as reported by lsm.lv. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Latvian government allocates EUR 124,948 to send experts to Ukraine
    Mar11

    Latvian government allocates EUR 124,948 to send experts to Ukraine

    In order to send 13 Latvians to work in Ukraine and make a voluntary contribution for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe’s Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine, the government of Latvia decided yesterday to allocate EUR 124,948 to the Defense Ministry, writes LETA. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    ‘Big losses’ for Spain from Russia sanctions
    Mar11

    ‘Big losses’ for Spain from Russia sanctions

    Spain said Tuesday its economy had taken a significant hit as a result of tit-for-tat EU and Russian sanctions over Moscow’s backing of separatist rebels in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: The Local...

    Kopacz: Europe faces greatest security crisis since Cold War
    Mar11

    Kopacz: Europe faces greatest security crisis since Cold War

    Prime Minister of Poland Ewa Kopacz has stated that the Ukrainian crisis has triggered an unprecedented security threat to contemporary Europe. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

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