: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Section: Europe

  • EU (3,331)
    UN rights chief puts Ukraine death toll at 5,358
    Feb05

    UN rights chief puts Ukraine death toll at 5,358

    The number of people who have been killed in the conflict in eastern Ukraine has climbed to 5,358, with the escalating violence claiming an average of 10 lives per day in the past few weeks, UN rights chief Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein said Tuesday.The… …read more Source:...

    Marin Lessenski: Bulgaria is now factor in EU foreign policy
    Feb05

    Marin Lessenski: Bulgaria is now factor in EU foreign policy

    Due to its isolation in terms of foreign policy over most of 2014 Bulgaria was mainly placed within the passive supporters’ category, regarding common European politics. The freezing of the South Stream project and the difficulty for this country to maintain that decision, unlike other member-states have turned Bulgaria into a leader at the...

    Ukrainian president calls for NATO states to provide weapons
    Feb05

    Ukrainian president calls for NATO states to provide weapons

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko called on NATO states to send weapons to his country, saying in a newspaper interview that civilian deaths and the growing conflict should provide the Western alliance with enough reason to come to Ukraine’s aid, Reuters reports. …read more Source: Macedonian Information...

    FM: Belarus doing its best to assist conflict resolution in Ukraine
    Feb05

    FM: Belarus doing its best to assist conflict resolution in Ukraine

    According to Dmitry Mironchik, Belarus’ stance in respect to the meetings of the trilateral contact group on Ukraine in Minsk has been clearly expressed by the President of Belarus and supported by Belarus’ practical steps. …read more Source:...

    Arms not the answer to Ukraine conflict: Steinmeier
    Feb05

    Arms not the answer to Ukraine conflict: Steinmeier

    German Foreign Minister Frank Walter Steinmeier said in Riga Thursday that supplying weapons to government forces in Ukraine would not help bring peace to the war-torn east of the country. …read more Source:...

    NATO defence ministers to bolster alliance against Russian threat
    Feb05

    NATO defence ministers to bolster alliance against Russian threat

    NATO defence ministers are expected Thursday to define the size and scope of a so-called spearhead force being set up in response to the Russian threat over the crisis in Ukraine. “This will be the biggest reinforcement of our collective defense… …read more Source:...

    Arms to Ukraine debate divides Western allies, experts
    Feb05

    Arms to Ukraine debate divides Western allies, experts

    Estonia has called on the West to arm Ukraine, but the question remains highly divisive both inside Europe and in the US. …read more Source:...

    ‘No military solution to Ukraine’ says Biden
    Feb05

    ‘No military solution to Ukraine’ says Biden

    In an interview with Munich-based daily Süddeutsche Zeitung published on Thursday, American Vice President Joe Biden discussed possible solutions to the Ukraine-Russia conflict ahead of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s U.S. visit. …read more Source: The Local...

    Baltic, Benelux foreign ministers rule out EU weapons aid for Ukraine for now
    Feb05

    Baltic, Benelux foreign ministers rule out EU weapons aid for Ukraine for now

    The foreign ministers of Latvia, Lithuania, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Estonia met in Tallinn on Wednesday, saying that on the EU-level, Ukraine should not yet be given military aid. …read more Source:...

    Five more Ukrainian soldiers killed in east in past 24 hours: Kiev military
    Feb05

    Five more Ukrainian soldiers killed in east in past 24 hours: Kiev military

    KIEV (Reuters) – Five more Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in fighting with Russian-backed separatists in the past 24 hours, a military spokesman said on Thursday. …read more Source:...

    Page 1557 of 2291

    Pin It on Pinterest