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    No need to discuss sanctions after Minsk agreement-Czech PM
    Feb12

    No need to discuss sanctions after Minsk agreement-Czech PM

    Brussels – The upcoming EU summit is not likely to discuss the softening or tightening of anti-Russian sanctions after the fresh agreement on truce in Ukraine was signed in Minsk today, Czech Prime… …read more Source: České...

    Joerg Forbrig: It’s strange that issue on border control is delayed
    Feb12

    Joerg Forbrig: It’s strange that issue on border control is delayed

    Separatists receive weapons and new militants through the open Russian-Ukrainian border. …read more Source:...

    Watch: Ukraine MPs in fierce fist fight outside parliament
    Feb12

    Watch: Ukraine MPs in fierce fist fight outside parliament

    With more than 5,000 killed in its revolution and ensuing civil war, you might have thought Ukraine has had its fill of violence. Apparently not,… …read more Source:...

    Bosnia abandons sales of ammunition to Ukraine
    Feb12

    Bosnia abandons sales of ammunition to Ukraine

    Bosnia-Herzegovina on Wednesday “banned arms and ammunition exports to Ukraine,” Reuters has reported.The agency said this came “following pressure from Bosnian Serbs,” while Bosnian authorities said the conflict in Ukraine “should be resolved by peaceful means.” …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] Juncker: Minsk agreement is ‘excellent news’
    Feb12

    [Ticker] Juncker: Minsk agreement is ‘excellent news’

    “I believe that the agreement which was concluded in Minsk is excellent news, it’s giving us some relief,” EU commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker said on his way into an EU summit where he’ll meet Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko. Juncker added that “this is not the time to talk about sanctions”....

    Dutch MPs want answers on Ukraine agreement amnesty
    Feb12

    Dutch MPs want answers on Ukraine agreement amnesty

    MPs have called on the cabinet to explain what the consequences of an apparent amnesty in the agreement on eastern… …read more Source:...

    EU Leaders Will Most Likely Discuss No Further Sanctions Against Russia
    Feb12

    EU Leaders Will Most Likely Discuss No Further Sanctions Against Russia

    Following the earlier agreed ceasefire in Minsk, the extension of sanctions against Russia will most likely be dropped from the agenda of the informal meeting of the European Council on Thursday. EU High Representative Federica Mogherini said that she expected no further sanctions against Russia to be discussed at the meeting of heads of state or...

    Bulgaria’s Foreign Minister Welcomes Ukraine Ceasefire Deal
    Feb12

    Bulgaria’s Foreign Minister Welcomes Ukraine Ceasefire Deal

    The Ukraine ceasefire agreement reached overnight by the leaders of France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine is “the first and most important step towards stopping the bloodshed”, Bulgaria’s Foreign Minister Daniel Mitov said on Thursday. “I welcome the agreement between the leaders in Minsk,” Mitov said in a statement. He also said he hoped the...

    China praises Minsk agreements on Ukraine
    Feb12

    China praises Minsk agreements on Ukraine

    According to the source, China welcomes and highly appreciates the agreement reached by the leaders of Russia, Germany, France, and Ukraine in Minsk and also believes that the agreement will contribute to the reduction of tensions in Ukraine’s east in addition to the resolution of the Ukrainian crisis. …read more Source:...

    OSCE mission in Ukraine ready to control Minsk accords
    Feb12

    OSCE mission in Ukraine ready to control Minsk accords

    “The OSCE special monitoring mission to Ukraine stands ready to support the implementation of measures in the new package signed in Minsk today,” Alexander Hug was quoted as saying. …read more Source:...

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