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    Rinkēvičs: Minsk Agreement ‘not dead yet’
    Jan23

    Rinkēvičs: Minsk Agreement ‘not dead yet’

    Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkēvičs said Friday he had not given up on hopes the Minsk Agreement signed by Ukraine and Russia could still be implemented to bring peace, but warned the European Union could toughen its stance on sanctions if progress is not made soon. …read more Source:...

    Retreat does not mean separatists can now use airport, says defense expert
    Jan23

    Retreat does not mean separatists can now use airport, says defense expert

    The pullback of Ukrainian forces from the Donetsk airport does not mean the separatists can restore and begin to use the airport, says Martin Hurt, the deputy head of the International Center for Defense and Security in Tallinn. …read more Source:...

    Berlin cajoles Moscow with trade incentives: report
    Jan23

    Berlin cajoles Moscow with trade incentives: report

    German Chancellor Merkel has offered Moscow possible trade cooperation deals if a resolution to the conflict in Ukraine is found, a German paper has said. The report comes amid an upsurge in clashes in Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine rebels say 24 killed by rockets at Donetsk airport
    Jan23

    Ukraine rebels say 24 killed by rockets at Donetsk airport

    Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine say 24 of their fighters have been killed in a rocket attack on the recently captured airport outside their main stronghold city of Donetsk, AP reports. …read more Source: Macedonian Information...

    Bosnia Minister Quits Over Arms Sales to Ukraine
    Jan23

    Bosnia Minister Quits Over Arms Sales to Ukraine

    Bosnia’s Foreign Trade Minister has resigned, citing pressures to allow ammunition sales to Ukraine, though some see other factors at play. …read more Source: Balkan...

    European Union to consider increasing aid to Ukraine: diplomats
    Jan23

    European Union to consider increasing aid to Ukraine: diplomats

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union will discuss on Tuesday increasing the bloc’s emergency aid to Ukraine to as much as 2.5 billion euros ($2.8 billion), more than the 1.8 billion euros already proposed by the European Commission, diplomats said. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine rebels ‘reject truce talks’
    Jan23

    Ukraine rebels ‘reject truce talks’

    The main pro-Russian rebel leader in eastern Ukraine says his troops are on the offensive and he does not want truce talks. …read more Source:...

    Latvia spells out its health policy ambitions
    Jan23

    Latvia spells out its health policy ambitions

    Guntis Belēvičs, Latvia’s health minister, has given European Voice a personal take on his country’s ambitions in the health field during its presidency of the EU’s Council of Ministers in the first half of this year. “Until now, we’ve been treating those who are ill. We’ve reached a point where it makes sense to...

    Austrian response to the Russian bear
    Jan23

    Austrian response to the Russian bear

    Gustav Gressel is Visiting Fellow on the Wider Europe Programme with the European Council on Foreign Relations. In this paper, he looks at the Austrian views on how Europe as a whole should respond to Russia, especially in the light of its unacknowledged war on its European neighbour, Ukraine. …read more Source: The Local...

    Demonstration in support of arrested Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko to be held in Riga
    Jan23

    Demonstration in support of arrested Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko to be held in Riga

    Latvian Ukrainians Congress invites Latvian residents to support Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko, who is currently kept under arrest in Russia. A special demonstration will be held on Monday, January 26th, the day of the opening of the European Council’s parliamentary assembly. …read more Source: Baltic News...

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