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    EU: Russia should respect Ukraine gas deal despite new row
    Feb25

    EU: Russia should respect Ukraine gas deal despite new row

    Brussels (dpa) – Russia should respect the current gas supply arrangements for Ukraine, the EU’s top energy official said Wednesday, adding that he is working to broker an agreement in the latest spat over deliveries. The Russian energy giant Gazprom… …read more Source:...

    Russia Yet to Decide on Potential Halt in Gas Supply to Ukraine
    Feb25

    Russia Yet to Decide on Potential Halt in Gas Supply to Ukraine

    Russia hasn’t decided yet whether to halt gas sales to Ukraine, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Wednesday. Russia expects to receive payments for natural gas from Kiev soon, Novak said as quoted by Russian media outlets. Russia’s Gazprom warned on Tuesday that it may suspend deliveries within two days due to...

    France commends Belarus’ efforts on Ukraine conflict settlement
    Feb25

    France commends Belarus’ efforts on Ukraine conflict settlement

    The meeting also discussed the prospects of the Belarusian-French relations. Special attention was paid to the development of the dialogue between Belarus and the European Union. …read more Source:...

    Diplomats swap warnings as West and Russia glower over Ukraine
    Feb25

    Diplomats swap warnings as West and Russia glower over Ukraine

    During the uneasy ceasefire along the eastern Ukrainian frontline diplomats from all sides are trying to cross the Ts and dot the Is on the “Minsk 2″… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine sees day with no casualties and week without currency trading
    Feb25

    Ukraine sees day with no casualties and week without currency trading

    Since ceasefire in the war against Ukraine came into force on February 15, Tuesday, February 24, was the first day with no reported casualties among troops. Ukraine’s central bank has, meanwhile, introduced a ban on hryvnia currency trade. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Merkel talks refugees, Ukraine with Swedish PM
    Feb25

    Merkel talks refugees, Ukraine with Swedish PM

    Chancellor Angela Merkel hosted Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven in Berlin on Wednesday for talks on the two countries’ shared migration and integration concerns. Between them, Germany and Sweden take in more asylum seekers from Syria than the rest of the EU combined. …read more Source: The Local...

    Lull raises hopes of Ukraine truce
    Feb25

    Lull raises hopes of Ukraine truce

    The Ukrainian army says it suffered no casualties in 24 hours for the first time in weeks, in a sign that a fragile ceasefire may be taking hold. …read more Source:...

    British blogger raises awkward questions on Russia’s role in Ukraine
    Feb25

    British blogger raises awkward questions on Russia’s role in Ukraine

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – It was not an unusual evening for war blogger Eliot Higgins. …read more Source:...

    Sending UK advisers to Ukraine will not lead to mission creep, Fallon tells MPs
    Feb25

    Sending UK advisers to Ukraine will not lead to mission creep, Fallon tells MPs

    Defence secretary says Britain will not deploy combat troops to Ukraine, following surprise announcement of deployment of miliary trainersMichael Fallon, the defence secretary, has sought to assure MPs that the surprise deployment of UK military trainers to Ukraine will not lead to mission creep, insisting: “We are not deploying combat troops to...

    Kremlin ‘considered plan to split Ukraine before president’s overthrow’
    Feb25

    Kremlin ‘considered plan to split Ukraine before president’s overthrow’

    Strategy document suggests Moscow was already pondered plan to annex Crimea and assimilate pro-Russian regions …read more Source: The...

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