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    Orbán ensures Ukrainian president of “Hungary’s support”
    Nov20

    Orbán ensures Ukrainian president of “Hungary’s support”

    Richard FieldOrbán ensures Ukrainian president of “Hungary’s support” Energy market strategy as well as security issues were discussed by phone on Tuesday between Viktor Orbán and Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko Hungarian News Agency, MTI reported. The mostly symbolic act comes only days after Hungarian foreign minister Péter...

    Tony Abbott invites Ukraine’s Petro Poroshenko for security talks
    Nov20

    Tony Abbott invites Ukraine’s Petro Poroshenko for security talks

    Australia’s PM calls Ukraine president following G20 conference to set up meeting and Poroshenko accepts invitationThe prime minister, Tony Abbott, has invited the Ukrainian president, Petro Poroshenko, to visit Australia to discuss security.Abbott spoke to Poroshenko on Wednesday night following last weekend’s G20 leaders conference....

    Culture war divides Russia’s music stars
    Nov20

    Culture war divides Russia’s music stars

    Culture war over Ukraine splits Russia’s music stars …read more Source:...

    VIDEO: Russia’s cultural rift over Ukraine
    Nov20

    VIDEO: Russia’s cultural rift over Ukraine

    Sarah Rainsford heard from two Russian music stars now thrust onto opposing sides in what is becoming a new, “cultural war” over Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Fake ‘Ukrainian’ News Websites Run by Russian ‘Troll Army’ Offshoots
    Nov19

    Fake ‘Ukrainian’ News Websites Run by Russian ‘Troll Army’ Offshoots

    Images mixed by Tetyana Lokot. Russia has engaged in a blitzkrieg of information warfare since the start of the Euromaidan protests, increasing the budget of RT (formerly Russia Today) by 41%, and creating a new international news operation called Sputnik to “provide an alternative viewpoint on world events.” More and more, though, the Kremlin is...

    UK Foreign Minister: ‘We need dialogue with Russia’
    Nov19

    UK Foreign Minister: ‘We need dialogue with Russia’

    British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said Wednesday the West needed to maintain dialogue with Russia, despite its repeated and flagrantly illegal actions in Crimea and eastern Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Norway pledges millions of Euros in financial assistance to Ukraine
    Nov19

    Norway pledges millions of Euros in financial assistance to Ukraine

    The Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg has been in Kyiv holding talks with her Ukrainian counterpart Arseny Yatseniuk. She is the first Norwegian… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine Opposes Direct Talks with Pro-Russian Rebels
    Nov19

    Ukraine Opposes Direct Talks with Pro-Russian Rebels

    Ukraine has turned down Moscow’s suggestion to talk directly to pro-Russian rebels to put an end to the conflict in the eastern part of the country. In an address to the lower house of Russia’s Parliament, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Wednesday called for the establishment of stable contacts between the government in Kiev and...

    Steinmeier sees long road to Ukraine calm
    Nov19

    Steinmeier sees long road to Ukraine calm

    German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has said “we remain far away from a de-escalation and even further away from a political solution” in the Ukraine conflict, a day after meeting Vladimir Putin. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    The new cold war: are we going back to the bad old days?
    Nov19

    The new cold war: are we going back to the bad old days?

    With diplomatic tensions and mysterious military activity ratcheting up, Putin’s Russia and the west are increasingly flexing their muscles. Are we on the brink of a new confrontation or did the era of danger and paranoia never really go away?• Read Luke Harding on Russia’s spies, sleepers and hitmen Tanks and troops invading a...

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