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    Russian President Putin invited Greek PM Tsipras to visit Russia
    Feb05

    Russian President Putin invited Greek PM Tsipras to visit Russia

    The situation in Ukraine and other international issues, among them, “the South Stream and Turkish Stream pipeline projects, dominated a…Putin invited Tsipras to visit Moscow on May 9 when celebrations will take place, commemorating the peoples’ victory over fascism. On his part, the Greek prime minister underlined the importance he...

    60 second summary: Ukraine’s deepening civil war
    Feb05

    60 second summary: Ukraine’s deepening civil war

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    Vucic to attend Munich Security Conference
    Feb05

    Vucic to attend Munich Security Conference

    Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic will visit Munich on February 6 and 7 and attend the Munich Security Conference.During the conference, Prime Minister Vucic will have a series of bilateral meetings with world officials and he will also take part in the panel discussion on Ukraine and unsolved conflicts in Europe, states the release issued...

    Russian offensive in Ukraine a ‘step back’ for conflict resolution
    Feb05

    Russian offensive in Ukraine a ‘step back’ for conflict resolution

    Polish Foreign Minister Grzegorz Schetyna has called for “effective diplomacy” in building European unity in its stance towards Russia, after meeting his German counterpart Frank-Walter Steinmeier in Warsaw. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Casualties rise in Ukraine as Hollande and Merkel launch new peace proposal
    Feb05

    Casualties rise in Ukraine as Hollande and Merkel launch new peace proposal

    Locals inspected the damage after shells hit a residential area in the rebel-held city of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine. As the fighting continues, so… …read more Source:...

    Baltic States and Benelux do not plan to provide military assistance to Ukraine
    Feb05

    Baltic States and Benelux do not plan to provide military assistance to Ukraine

    Baltic States and Benelux Union do not plan to provide military assistance to Ukraine, as announced by foreign ministers of these countries after their meeting in Tallinn. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Pahor Goes to Munich Security Conference (background)
    Feb05

    Pahor Goes to Munich Security Conference (background)

    Slovenian President Borut Pahor will join a number of world leaders at the 51st Munich Security Conference, which starts on Friday, and will chair a panel on conflicts in Europe on Saturday. This year’s conference will focus on the Ukraine crisis and the cooling relations between Russia and the West. …read more Source:...

    Estonia facing tough decision on Ukraine weapons aid question
    Feb05

    Estonia facing tough decision on Ukraine weapons aid question

    Just as Estonia had to choose in 2003 whether to join the US in attacking Iraq, while many EU nations refused, Estonia again must pick sides on the question of military aid to Ukraine, says Diplomaatia magazine chief Erkki Bahovski. …read more Source:...

    Rapid-reaction NATO force boosted over fears for Ukraine
    Feb05

    Rapid-reaction NATO force boosted over fears for Ukraine

    NATO is to increase its rapid-reaction force in eastern Europe to 30,000 troops in response to the threat posed by Russia, its secretary general Jens Stoltenberg announced today. …read more Source: London Evening...

    US Gives $16.4m In Humanitarian Aid To Ukraine
    Feb05

    US Gives $16.4m In Humanitarian Aid To Ukraine

    John Kerry stresses the US is not seeking conflict with Russia, but warns aggression and violence in east Ukraine cannot continue. …read more Source: Sky...

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