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    Lavrov to travel to Minsk for Ukraine talks
    Feb11

    Lavrov to travel to Minsk for Ukraine talks

    Foreign Minister of Russia Sergei Lavrov is expected to travel to Minsk that is hosting the Normandy format summit on Ukraine on 11 February. …read more Source:...

    Gaidukevich: All Belarusians want Ukraine’s bloodshed to stop
    Feb11

    Gaidukevich: All Belarusians want Ukraine’s bloodshed to stop

    “I am confident that 100 percent of our people would like to see the bloodshed in Ukraine stopped. We would like to see the decision on ceasefire taken on our Belarusian land,” he noted. …read more Source:...

    Putin is close to victory in eastern Ukraine
    Feb11

    Putin is close to victory in eastern Ukraine

    Kiev is in a desperate position on the eve of peace talks in Minsk, Belarus …read more Source: The...

    Ambassador Veshnyakov: bridges have not yet been burnt between EU, U.S. and Russia
    Feb11

    Ambassador Veshnyakov: bridges have not yet been burnt between EU, U.S. and Russia

    In a special press conference yesterday, Russian Ambassador to Latvia Alexander Veshnyakov said that even though the military conflict in Ukraine and other unsolved matters have influenced international relations, bridges have not yet been burnt between the European Union, United States and Russia, reports LETA. …read more Source: The...

    Greece expects Normandy format meeting to bring compromise
    Feb11

    Greece expects Normandy format meeting to bring compromise

    “We are confident that only a diplomatic settlement (of the Ukrainian crisis) is possible,” he noted. Nikos Kotzias expressed hope that the participants of the Normandy format meeting will make relevant decisions and reach a compromise. …read more Source:...

    Presidents confirm participation in Minsk talks
    Feb11

    Presidents confirm participation in Minsk talks

    Russian President Vladimir Putin will travel to Minsk today for a meeting that will discuss a solution to the Ukrainian crisis, the Kremlin has confirmed.Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko will also travel to Belarus this Wednesday, as will German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande. …read more Source:...

    Pope’s appeal for peace in Ukraine was addressed to “all interested parties”
    Feb11

    Pope’s appeal for peace in Ukraine was addressed to “all interested parties”

    …read more Source: Vatican...

    Lukashenko, Putin interested in prompt resolution of armed conflict in eastern Ukraine
    Feb11

    Lukashenko, Putin interested in prompt resolution of armed conflict in eastern Ukraine

    BelTA informs that the presidents discussed some organizational issues before the Normandy format meeting on Ukraine which is scheduled to take place in the afternoon. The sides discussed topical aspects of the document which is currently being worked out at the level of delegations and will be submitted to the heads of state in the Normandy...

    Lavrov: Moscow expects political settlement from Ukraine talks
    Feb11

    Lavrov: Moscow expects political settlement from Ukraine talks

    “The situation in Ukraine cannot be resolved by military means. The way to peace lies through a dialogue between the Kiev authorities and those who want to defend their land,” Sergei Lavrov emphasized. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine Sees New Surge in Violence on Eve of Minsk Peace Talks
    Feb11

    Ukraine Sees New Surge in Violence on Eve of Minsk Peace Talks

    More than twenty people were killed in eastern Ukraine on the eve of the peace talks that are scheduled to take place in Minsk on Wednesday. The Ukrainian army lost nineteen soldiers, the majority of them killed near the key transport hub of Debaltseve, which has been surrounded by the separatists, the BBC reports. The shelling of a bus station...

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