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    Forint up on Ukraine cease-fire news
    Feb12

    Forint up on Ukraine cease-fire news

    The forint was trading at 306.05 to the euro late Thursday on the interbank forex market, up from 309.26 late Wednesday. At 309.06 to the euro early Thursday, the forint moved between 305.92, a four-day high, and 309.73. It reached a near three-month high at 303.76 last Friday. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

    Full text: Poroshenko on the ceasefire agreement
    Feb12

    Full text: Poroshenko on the ceasefire agreement

    Timeline for withdrawal of artillery, return of hostages is set out …read more Source: The Prague...

    Minsk deal provides hope for peace in eastern Ukraine but leaders warn ‘major obstacles’ remain
    Feb12

    Minsk deal provides hope for peace in eastern Ukraine but leaders warn ‘major obstacles’ remain

    Russian President Vladimir Putin’s “announcement of a ceasefire deal for eastern… …read more Source:...

    Slovenia Welcomes Minsk Deal (adds)
    Feb12

    Slovenia Welcomes Minsk Deal (adds)

    Slovenia welcomed Thursday a deal aimed at resolving the Ukraine crisis that was reached by the leaders of Ukraine, Russia, Germany and France following marathon talks in Minsk. …read more Source:...

    Details of Ukraine peace deal revealed
    Feb12

    Details of Ukraine peace deal revealed

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    Hungary and Russia: The Viktor and Vladimir show
    Feb12

    Hungary and Russia: The Viktor and Vladimir show

    “JATSZOTER” (playground) proclaims HVG, a magazine, above a graphic of Hungary as a seesaw. Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, is at one end, Vladimir Putin, the Russian president, at the other. It is a fitting image, given that Mr Putin is due in Budapest on February 17th, two weeks after Mrs Merkel. His visit will mostly be about renewing...

    Rosen Plevneliev: finding peaceful solution to Ukraine conflict has no alternative
    Feb12

    Rosen Plevneliev: finding peaceful solution to Ukraine conflict has no alternative

    Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has hailed the deal reached by the leaders of Germany, France, Ukraine and Russia during talks in Minsk for a ceasefire from midnight on 15 February 2015. The commitment made by the leaders for regard of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine is of key importance for Ukraine’s future, the...

    Ukrainians cautiously optimistic about ceasefire – video
    Feb12

    Ukrainians cautiously optimistic about ceasefire – video

    Residents of the rebel-held city of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine say they are ‘hoping for the best but expecting the worst’ after a ceasefire was agreed on Thursday. Near Debaltseve, a government-held city, Ukrainian soldiers say they do not expect peace to be achieved on the ground. Fighting is expected to intensify before the 15...

    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:...

    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...

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