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    Draft agreements on Belarus’ participation in EU transboundary cooperation programs approved
    Dec23

    Draft agreements on Belarus’ participation in EU transboundary cooperation programs approved

    The President approved draft agreements on the financing of transboundary cooperation programs Latvia-Lithuania-Belarus and Poland-Ukraine-Belarus within the framework of the European Neighborhood Instrument for 2014-2020. …read more Source:...

    A further 2 Ukrainian troops killed in eastern Ukraine
    Dec23

    A further 2 Ukrainian troops killed in eastern Ukraine

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    Opinion: Belarus and Ukraine share common history and culture
    Dec23

    Opinion: Belarus and Ukraine share common history and culture

    Charge d’Affaires of Ukraine to Belarus Valery Dzhigun extended greetings to all the present on the occasion of the anniversary of the diplomatic relations between the two countries. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] More fighting in eastern Ukraine, says watchdog
    Dec23

    [Ticker] More fighting in eastern Ukraine, says watchdog

    There was a “sharp increase” of violence in recent days in eastern Ukraine, an official from the OSCE, Europe’s democracy watchdog, told the Deutsche Welle news service. Alexander Hug said that OSCE’s monitors recorded “2,900 explosions between the evenings of the 18th and 19th of December”, and a 300 percent...

    Group allegedly behind DNC hack targeted Ukraine, report finds
    Dec22

    Group allegedly behind DNC hack targeted Ukraine, report finds

    CrowdStrike says malware implant was used to track movements of artillery units, adding to suspicions Russia is involvedA new report suggests the same hacking group believed to have hacked the Democrats during the recent presidential election also targeted Ukrainian artillery units over a two-year period, that if confirmed would add to suspicions...

    How will central Asia cope with the passing of its independence generation?
    Dec22

    How will central Asia cope with the passing of its independence generation?

    Instability and uncertainty could draw outside powers into a competitive struggle for influence over the region. It is 25 years since the five Central Asian republics emerged unexpectedly, and somewhat reluctantly, from the wreckage of the Soviet Union to stake their claim as independent countries. Against the expectations of those who predicted...

    Russia-linked DNC hackers ‘targeted Ukrainian army’
    Dec22

    Russia-linked DNC hackers ‘targeted Ukrainian army’

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    Ukraine separatists crown ‘most patriotic cat’
    Dec22

    Ukraine separatists crown ‘most patriotic cat’

    Breakaway region of Ukraine holds a competition to find the self-proclaimed republic’s most loyal feline. …read more Source:...

    FM: Kiev used “unacceptable language” to talk about Russia
    Dec22

    FM: Kiev used “unacceptable language” to talk about Russia

    First Deputy PM and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic says Serbia found a recent UNGA resolution on Crimea unacceptable because of the way it qualified Russia.As Dacic told reporters in Belgrade on Thursday, the Kiev-proposed resolution on “violations of human rights in Crimea” speaks about Russia “in the worst possible way.”...

    Violence surges in eastern Ukraine amid reports of Russian involvement
    Dec22

    Violence surges in eastern Ukraine amid reports of Russian involvement

    The OSCE has reported nearly 3,000 explosions near the contact line, marking a notable increase in ceasefire violations. A new investigative report revealed Russian artillery attacks in 2014, undermining Moscow’s claims. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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