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    Ex-Polish PM Tusk calls for a resolute EU strategy on Russia
    Dec18

    Ex-Polish PM Tusk calls for a resolute EU strategy on Russia

    The European Union’s efforts in support of Ukraine will fail without a resolute strategy vis-à-vis Russia, European Council Chairman Donald Tusk told reporters. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Russian problems to negatively affect Ukraine´s economy- Czech PM
    Dec18

    Russian problems to negatively affect Ukraine´s economy- Czech PM

    Brussels – The current economic turbulences in Russia cannot but negatively influence the situation in Ukraine, Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka told reporters in Brussels today, pointing out… …read more Source: České...

    OSCE chairmanship to focus on Balkans and Ukraine
    Dec18

    OSCE chairmanship to focus on Balkans and Ukraine

    Ivica Dacic said on Thursday the Western Balkans, regional cooperation and peace process in Ukraine would be the priorities of Serbia’s OSCE chairmanship.”I think our region is on the right path and I expect that our chairmanship will provide additional incentive to regional cooperation,” the Serbian first deputy prime minister...

    Soloyubov: Use Hungary to break up solidarity within the EU
    Dec18

    Soloyubov: Use Hungary to break up solidarity within the EU

    Csaba TóthSoloyubov: Use Hungary to break up solidarity within the EU Russia could use “allies” Serbia and Hungary to break consensus and solidarity with the European Union concerning newest sanctions against Crimea, as well as general EU sanctions against Russia according to Russian political analyst, Yuri Solozubov. The political analyst at the...

    Putin signals he will not back down over Ukraine
    Dec18

    Putin signals he will not back down over Ukraine

    Russia’s president signals he will not back down over the Ukraine crisis and insists Russian economy will recover at annual press conference …read more Source: The...

    EU summit targets Crimean economy, avoids hurting Russia proper
    Dec18

    EU summit targets Crimean economy, avoids hurting Russia proper

    Author(s): Dan Alexe h_51685859.jpg European Union governments will announce tighter restrictions on investment in Crimea later Thursday, targeting Russian Black Sea oil and gas exploration and tourism. The new restrictions, approved by the EU’s 28 governments just before today’s summit, where the bloc’s leaders will discuss,...

    OSCE extends observer mission at Russia-Ukraine border until March
    Dec18

    OSCE extends observer mission at Russia-Ukraine border until March

    VIENNA (Reuters) – European security watchdog the OSCE prolonged the mandate of its observer mission at two Russian checkpoints on the border with Ukraine by three months on Thursday, the longest extension so far. …read more Source:...

    EU toughens sanctions on Crimea
    Dec18

    EU toughens sanctions on Crimea

    European tour operators will no longer be able to operate in Crimea, the summer playground of generations of Russians and Ukrainians, the European Union’s member states decided today. In addition, EU citizens and EU-based property companies are now prohibited from buying real estate on the peninsula or from buying, financing and providing...

    Putin promises economic recovery, remains defiant over Western sanctions
    Dec18

    Putin promises economic recovery, remains defiant over Western sanctions

    In his year-end news conference on Thursday, Russian President Vladimir Putin said measures had been adopted to turn the country’s slowing economy around, while insisting his position on Ukraine had not shifted in the wake of Western sanctions. …read more Source: France...

    Russian Mistral warship sailors leave France
    Dec18

    Russian Mistral warship sailors leave France

    Some 400 Russian sailors training to operate the controversial Mistral-class warship built by France for Russia on Thursday left the country as Paris faces increasing international pressure to abandon the disputed sale. France has already delayed the delivery of the vessel, citing the crisis in Ukraine. …read more Source: The Local...

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