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    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...

    Poroshenko outlines details of Ukraine ceasefire plan
    Feb12

    Poroshenko outlines details of Ukraine ceasefire plan

    After the exhausting overnight talks Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko emerged and gave an outline of how the ceasefire is expected to take shape:… …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:...

    Ukraine ceasefire aims to pave way for comprehensive settlement of crisis
    Feb12

    Ukraine ceasefire aims to pave way for comprehensive settlement of crisis

    If fragile agreement holds, ambitious political measures including a new Ukrainian constitution and special status for rebel-held areas should followA ceasefire in eastern Ukraine intended to pave the way for a comprehensive political settlement of the country’s crisis was agreed early on Thursday in Minsk, following a fraught 16 hours of...

    Bulgaria hails Minsk ceasefire agreement
    Feb12

    Bulgaria hails Minsk ceasefire agreement

    I hail the agreement of leaders reached in Minsk. The first and most vital step for ending bloodshed has been made, a release of Bulgarian Foreign Minister Daniel Mitov reads. I express my strong hope that agreements will be observed by all sides and that this will result in lasting peace in Ukraine. This is very important for all its citizens...

    Analyst Says Minsk Deal Little but Ceasefire for Now
    Feb12

    Analyst Says Minsk Deal Little but Ceasefire for Now

    International affairs analyst Klemen Grošelj believes the Minsk agreement reached by the leaders of Ukraine, Russia, Germany and France is a great achievement in that it ends the prospect of the conflict in eastern Ukraine from spiralling out of control. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine crisis: Scores of tanks moved into eastern Ukraine from Russia last night as leaders fought over ceasefire terms, Kiev claims
    Feb12

    Ukraine crisis: Scores of tanks moved into eastern Ukraine from Russia last night as leaders fought over ceasefire terms, Kiev claims

    Almost 100 tanks and armoured vehicles rolled across the border from Russia last night as the Ukrainian leader and Russian president struggled to negotiate the terms of a ceasefire agreement. …read more Source: The...

    Minsk agreement on Ukraine crisis: text in full
    Feb12

    Minsk agreement on Ukraine crisis: text in full

    Read a translation of the full text agreed upon by the leaders of Ukraine, Russia, France and Germany, and signed by pro-Russian separatists, on Thursday …read more Source: The...

    Expert: Normandy Format talks are a triumph of Belarusian diplomacy
    Feb12

    Expert: Normandy Format talks are a triumph of Belarusian diplomacy

    “The Minsk talks resulted in an agreement on cease fire in east Ukraine. It is an important result of hours-long tense negotiations that were held with the assistance of Belarus. This fact can be considered a triumph of the Belarusian diplomacy as it took only two days on the Belarusian land to reach it, while such things require months or even...

    Cameron: EU sanctions on Russia should not be lifted
    Feb12

    Cameron: EU sanctions on Russia should not be lifted

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