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    Ukraine accused of seeking to litigate Crimea annexation
    Mar07

    Ukraine accused of seeking to litigate Crimea annexation

    THE HAGUE (Reuters) – Russia accused Ukraine on Tuesday of taking it to court under false pretences, using allegations of financing terrorism and ethnic discrimination as a front to litigate Russia’s annexation of Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula three years ago. …read more Source:...

    Russia: World court has no jurisdiction in Ukraine case
    Mar07

    Russia: World court has no jurisdiction in Ukraine case

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    Ukraine sues Russia to UN Court for alleged terrorism and ethnic discrimination
    Mar07

    Ukraine sues Russia to UN Court for alleged terrorism and ethnic discrimination

    UN International Court of Justice has started trying a case, where Ukraine accuses Russia of funding terrorism and discriminating against Crimean Tatars. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Donbass civilians suffer their third winter amid conflict
    Mar06

    Donbass civilians suffer their third winter amid conflict

    The ceasefire agreement between Ukrainian troops and so-called separatists in the country’s eastern Donbass region is monitored by the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe… …read more Source:...

    Commission gives Orbán his nuclear deal
    Mar06

    Commission gives Orbán his nuclear deal

    In a European Union beset by crises, a decision Monday to approve a new nuclear power plant for Hungary showed the Commission’s limited appetite for tangling with Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. The EU justified its blessing of a new nuclear power plant in Hungary by saying it imposed stringent competition conditions unusual for projects of...

    Ukraine sues Russia in International Court of Justice for ‘financing terrorism’
    Mar06
    Russia accused of “disregarding” its international obligations
    Mar06

    Russia accused of “disregarding” its international obligations

    Ukraine’s deputy foreign affairs minister has accused Russia of showing “disregard” for its international obligations. Olena Zerkal was speaking at the the International Court of Justice on Monday in the case Ukraine v Russia. Zerkal said, “Ukraine has come before this Court to defend the basic human rights of its people, faced with the...

    President Radev with appeal that reforms in Ukraine do not affect the rights of the Bulgarian community
    Mar06

    President Radev with appeal that reforms in Ukraine do not affect the rights of the Bulgarian community

    Bulgaria will continue to advocate the realization of Ukraine’s European prospect, said President Rumen Radev at a meeting with the ambassador of Ukraine Mikola Baltaji which took place at the presidency. The Bulgarian head of state was adamant that the crisis in eastern Ukraine can only be settled by political means. He stated that the...

    Ukraine-Russia court battle over ‘terrorism’ claims
    Mar06

    Ukraine-Russia court battle over ‘terrorism’ claims

    Kyiv has taken Moscow to the International Court of Justice over the conflict in eastern Ukraine and Crimea. …read more Source:...

    Boris Johnson: Russia ‘up to all sorts of no good’
    Mar06

    Boris Johnson: Russia ‘up to all sorts of no good’

    British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said Monday that Russian meddling in other countries is “unacceptable” and that Russian authorities “have got to change, they have to got to show that they can be trusted again,” AFP reported. Johnson was speaking in Brussels before a meeting of European foreign and defense ministers. “Let us be very...

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