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    Poroshenko: Too early for Ukraine to join NATO
    Nov17

    Poroshenko: Too early for Ukraine to join NATO

    It is too early for Ukraine to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said in an interview …read more Source:...

    Zeman criticises anti-Russian sanctions on Russian TV
    Nov17

    Zeman criticises anti-Russian sanctions on Russian TV

    Moscow – Czech President Milos Zeman voiced again his critical position on the sanctions the West imposed against Russia over its policy in the Ukrainian crisis in an interview for the Russian television… …read more Source: České...

    [Ticker] EU and Ukraine launch police reform mission
    Nov17

    [Ticker] EU and Ukraine launch police reform mission

    The head of a new EU mission to reform Ukraine’s civilian security forces, Hungarian diplomat Kalman Mizsei, said Monday in Brussels it will start work on 1 December with 50 EU staff. He noted it will grow to 100 EU staff and 70 local staff in the coming months. …read more Source:...

    Merkel: Russia cannot veto EU expansion
    Nov17

    Merkel: Russia cannot veto EU expansion

    Germany has warned that Russia might try to spread its “sphere of influence” to the Western Balkans, while seeking new ways to make peace on Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Artillery explosions shake Donetsk airport in east Ukraine
    Nov17

    Artillery explosions shake Donetsk airport in east Ukraine

    DONETSK Ukraine (Reuters) – Loud explosions and artillery fire rocked Donetsk airport in eastern Ukraine on Monday, despite attempts to negotiate an end to a battle that is undermining a ceasefire in regions held by separatists. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] EU ministers debate Russia sanctions
    Nov17

    [Ticker] EU ministers debate Russia sanctions

    Foreign ministers in Brussels Monday are discussing blacklisting pro-Russia Ukraine rebels who organised rogue elections on 5 November. Spain’s FM said talk of economic sanctions will be left until a summit in December. Poland said ministers should prepare them now in case of fresh Russian “aggression” in the coming days....

    EU debates fresh Russia sanctions
    Nov17

    EU debates fresh Russia sanctions

    European Union ministers consider imposing new sanctions against Russia as separatists backed by Moscow kill nine Ukrainians in the east. …read more Source:...

    EU eyes sanctions vs Ukraine separatists but new steps vs Russia to wait: officials
    Nov17

    EU eyes sanctions vs Ukraine separatists but new steps vs Russia to wait: officials

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union may impose sanctions on more Russian-backed separatists on Monday in the wake of a vote held in eastern Ukraine on Nov. 2, but they are unlikely to discuss new steps against Russia itself until early December, officials said. …read more Source:...

    UK PM warns of bleak prospects in global economy
    Nov17

    UK PM warns of bleak prospects in global economy

    Author(s): KG/Associated Press cameron_global_economy.jpg Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron has offered a bleak assessment of global economic prospects, comparing potential troubles to red warning lights on a car’s dashboard. Writing in an op-ed piece in the Guardian newspaper after returning from the G-20 summit in Australia,...

    German Chancellor Warns of Russian Impact in Moldova, Serbia, Georgia
    Nov17

    German Chancellor Warns of Russian Impact in Moldova, Serbia, Georgia

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel has suggested that President Vladimir Putin has called peace in Europe into question through Russia’s annexation of Crimea. Speaking after the G20 Summit in Brisbane, she declared that the West had to act decisively or Putin’s power politics would pose a threat to other countries too. She condemned...

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