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    Pusic: EU and US differ on how to tackle Ukraine crisis
    Feb09

    Pusic: EU and US differ on how to tackle Ukraine crisis

    Croatia’s Minister of Foreign and European Affairs, Vesna Pusic, said in Brussels on Monday that the European Union and the United States differed in their views of how to tackle the Ukraine crisis. “The EU is not divided so much. It is allies and… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine crisis: Barack Obama and Angela Merkel show united front ahead of Minsk summit while holding off on tricky question of military aid
    Feb09

    Ukraine crisis: Barack Obama and Angela Merkel show united front ahead of Minsk summit while holding off on tricky question of military aid

    President Barack Obama and his German counterpart Angela Merkel played a delicate duet today obscuring divisions between them over sending lethal arms to Ukraine to help it counter Russian aggression at its eastern borders while sending a message to Moscow that it is not off the table either. …read more Source: The...

    Obama meets Merkel and keeps open mind on whether to send weapons to Ukraine
    Feb09

    Obama meets Merkel and keeps open mind on whether to send weapons to Ukraine

    President Barack Obama says the US and its European allies remain committed to finding a diplomatic solution to tensions with Russia over the Ukraine… …read more Source:...

    Kyiv pessimistic over peace talks
    Feb09

    Kyiv pessimistic over peace talks

    Though peace plans are in the pipeline, there is little hope on the streets of Kyiv for a quick resolution to the conflict in the east of… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine crisis: Obama ‘may send weapons to Ukraine’
    Feb09

    Ukraine crisis: Obama ‘may send weapons to Ukraine’

    US President Barack Obama says sending lethal arms to Ukraine is an option being considered if diplomacy fails …read more Source: The...

    Portugal’s 2014 trade deficit rose to €10.6 billion
    Feb09

    Portugal’s 2014 trade deficit rose to €10.6 billion

    Last year’s December exports rose 4.9% compared to the year before but this was not sufficient to mitigate the effect of those months in which Portugal’s companies exported less than expected. In a year that was marked by a delayed recovery in the eurozone, the crisis in Ukraine, sanctions for Russia and a sharp decline in oil prices,...

    US ‘developing legislation’ on weapons to Ukraine
    Feb09

    US ‘developing legislation’ on weapons to Ukraine

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    US Move to Arm Ukraine Will Break Intl Accords, Russia’s UN Envoy Says
    Feb09

    US Move to Arm Ukraine Will Break Intl Accords, Russia’s UN Envoy Says

    The United States would violate a number of international agreements if it started supplying weapons to the Ukrainian military at the request of the government in Kiev, Russia’s UN ambassador Vitaly Churkin said on Monday. “The US has taken a selective approach to international law many times. Therefore, such a decision /on weapons/...

    Kremlin warns the West not to issue ultimatums to Vladimir Putin over Ukraine
    Feb09

    Kremlin warns the West not to issue ultimatums to Vladimir Putin over Ukraine

    The West must not threaten Vladimir Putin over a solution to the Ukrainian crisis, the Kremlin warned today as it was accused of deploying new troops and military hardware there. …read more Source: Daily...

    Barack Obama: US considering sending arms to Ukraine
    Feb09

    Barack Obama: US considering sending arms to Ukraine

    Angela Merkel says efforts to find diplomatic solution with Russia will continue …read more Source: The Irish...

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