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    Opinion: Peace is more precious in view of rising international tensions
    Jan29

    Opinion: Peace is more precious in view of rising international tensions

    “The president was right in saying that the tragedy of the brotherly nation of Ukraine and the overall escalation of international tensions across the globe truly force us to once again think about the importance of peace in the country,” Timofei Glushakov stressed. …read more Source:...

    Lukashenko sees no viable alternative to Minsk format for Ukraine talks
    Jan29

    Lukashenko sees no viable alternative to Minsk format for Ukraine talks

    If the negotiations on Ukraine are reformatted, then, in the opinion of the president, everything would have to be started from square one, and this would have a negative impact on the situation. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian forces blow up railway tracks in Luhansk – video
    Jan29

    Ukrainian forces blow up railway tracks in Luhansk – video

    Ukrainian government forces destroy railway tracks in the eastern Luhansk region, which they believed were being used by pro-Russian separatists to transfer supplies. Soldiers prepared wiring near the intended target and attached explosives to the tracks, before a series of blasts were carried out destroying the transport link. The actions come...

    Lukashenko calls on parties to Ukraine conflict to give up ambitions and agree on peace
    Jan29

    Lukashenko calls on parties to Ukraine conflict to give up ambitions and agree on peace

    When asked how the bloodshed can be stopped, Alexander Lukashenko said: What is needed is the willingness of the leaders of the states involved in this conflict and the leaders of those republics (LNR and DNR – note by BelTA). Give up your ambitions, sit down at the negotiating table and reach an agreement! …read more Source:...

    Ukraine contact group to meet, EU considers tougher sanctions
    Jan29

    Ukraine contact group to meet, EU considers tougher sanctions

    The contact group seeking to bring an end to the fighting in Ukraine has agreed to hold a fresh round of talks. Meanwhile, EU foreign ministers were discussing whether to expand sanctions against Russia. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Belarus’ Customs Committee, IOM ready to continue cooperation
    Jan29

    Belarus’ Customs Committee, IOM ready to continue cooperation

    The recipients of international technical assistance under the PRINEX project are the State Customs Committee and the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine as part of the Eastern Partnership flagship initiative, Integrated Border Management Program. The project is implemented by the IOM in cooperation with the International Center for Migration Policy...

    Russia warns Bosnia and Herzegovina against sending ammunition to Ukraine
    Jan29

    Russia warns Bosnia and Herzegovina against sending ammunition to Ukraine

    Moscow has condemned the plans of Sarajevo to ship small arms ammunition to Ukraine, warning that it would lead to “senseless” deaths. Two Bosnian companies have already agreed on the sale worth millions of dollars. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Contact group on Ukraine intends to hold another meeting in Minsk 30 January
    Jan29

    Contact group on Ukraine intends to hold another meeting in Minsk 30 January

    The contact group on Ukraine informed the Belarusian side of its intention to hold the next meeting in Minsk on 30 January. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] Greece seeks to avoid EU-Russia ‘rift’
    Jan29

    [Ticker] Greece seeks to avoid EU-Russia ‘rift’

    Greece’s new foreign minister, Nikos Kotzias, told press in Brussels on Thursday: “Greece is working to restore peace and stability in Ukraine and at the same time to prevent a rift between the European Union and Russia”. He spoke amid doubt if Greece will endorse further EU sanctions on Russia. …read more Source:...

    Iohannis: Moldova’s and Ukraine’s European path, one of main foreign policy concerns
    Jan29

    Iohannis: Moldova’s and Ukraine’s European path, one of main foreign policy concerns

    President Klaus Iohannis on Thursday said that the European path of the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine represents one of the main foreign policy concerns for Romania, adding that Bucharest will continue to ‘firmly’ support the efforts in this respect of these two states and of Georgia. …read more Source:...

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