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    Poroshenko to attend Croatian president’s inauguration
    Feb13

    Poroshenko to attend Croatian president’s inauguration

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko will attend President Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic’s inauguration on Sunday, Grabar Kitarovic’s transitional team on Friday confirmed for Hina. Poroshenko will be in Zagreb on the day that a ceasefire is to take effect… …read more Source:...

    Future of Oil Prices Remains Unclear
    Feb13

    Future of Oil Prices Remains Unclear

    Rosneft CEO Igor Sechin stated Friday that if investment in the oil industry goes back up, oil prices may remain at USD 60- 80 per barrel. Sechin explained that in case this doesn’t happen, then prices could return to USD 100-110 per barrel. He added that the company’s capital expenditure program will be further cut by 30% this year,...

    At least 25 dead after surge in fighting in eastern Ukraine
    Feb13

    At least 25 dead after surge in fighting in eastern Ukraine

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    Bulgaria prepares to provide assistance to ethnic Bulgarians in Ukraine
    Feb13

    Bulgaria prepares to provide assistance to ethnic Bulgarians in Ukraine

    The Bulgarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has been preparing a decision to provide humanitarian assistance to ethnic Bulgarians in Ukraine, Foreign Minister Daniel Mitov has announced. The ministry is also looking for opportunities for joint Bulgarian-Ukrainian initiatives in the sphere of culture and education, as well as for projects in the...

    Fierce fighting in Ukraine ahead of ceasefire deadline
    Feb13

    Fierce fighting in Ukraine ahead of ceasefire deadline

    At least 17 people were killed in battles in east Ukraine as Russian-backed separatists mounted a major and sustained new push on Friday to capture the strategic railway hub of Debaltseve ahead of a midnight Sunday ceasefire deadline. …read more Source: France...

    The $35 billion problem worrying Vladimir Putin more more than Ukrainian sanctions
    Feb13

    The $35 billion problem worrying Vladimir Putin more more than Ukrainian sanctions

    The Ukrainian ceasefire, tortuously reached over the past few days, already looks in danger of collapsing as reports emerge of continued fighting in the east of the country. …read more Source: The...

    Fierce battles rage in Ukraine as cease-fire deadline approaches
    Feb13

    Fierce battles rage in Ukraine as cease-fire deadline approaches

    FIERCE fighting continues to rage in eastern Ukraine, amid claims pro-Russian rebels have been ordered to make new gains before this weekend’s cease-fire. …read more Source:...

    ‘Extreme tourism’ in eastern Ukraine
    Feb13

    ‘Extreme tourism’ in eastern Ukraine

    A Russian travel company says it will take people on tours of war-torn eastern Ukraine in armoured vehicles. …read more Source:...

    Russia Says You Can’t Mention Ukrainian Nationalists, Unless You Say They’re Bad
    Feb13

    Russia Says You Can’t Mention Ukrainian Nationalists, Unless You Say They’re Bad

    Images mixed by Kevin Rothrock. Roskomnadzor, Russia’s government-run media watchdog, has issued a new set of “clarifications” about the media’s freedom to mention officially recognized “extremist” groups. The Justice Ministry has banned 41 such groups, most recently targeting five Ukrainian nationalist organizations in November 2014....

    Ukraine is a long way from peace, says President Petro Poroshenko – video
    Feb13

    Ukraine is a long way from peace, says President Petro Poroshenko – video

    Petro Poroshenko, the Ukrainian president, tells soldiers at a military training base on Friday not to be overly optimistic about the peace agreement signed in Minsk. Two civilians were killed on Friday in shelling in government-held Shchastya, near Luhansk. The ceasefire agreed by Poroshenko and Vladimir Putin, the Russian president, is due to...

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