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    Ukraine prosecutor says puzzled by lack of U.S. help on Manafort case
    Nov14

    Ukraine prosecutor says puzzled by lack of U.S. help on Manafort case

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine is puzzled by the lack of a U.S. response to requests it has made to question former Donald Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort as a witness over two cases involving misuse of Ukrainian state funds, the chief investigator said. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s anti-corruption bureau launches case against sister agency
    Nov14

    Ukraine’s anti-corruption bureau launches case against sister agency

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian investigators on Tuesday said they had opened a criminal case into suspected extortion by officials at a sister anti-corruption agency, based partly on information from a whistleblower who also implicated the president’s office. …read more Source:...

    EU to increase resources to counter what it perceives as Russian propaganda
    Nov14

    EU to increase resources to counter what it perceives as Russian propaganda

    Following developments in Eastern Europe and Catalonia, EU foreign affairs ministers pledged more resources to fight against foreign interference in Europe, in particular coming from Russian actors. “I asked the ministers to support my request to increase the human and financial resources” to fight against disinformation and propaganda coming...

    [Ticker] British PM warns of Russian interference
    Nov14

    [Ticker] British PM warns of Russian interference

    Russia “is seeking to weaponise information” and “sow discord in the West and undermine our institutions,” British prime Minister Theresa May said Monday. “We know what you are doing, and you will not succeed,” she said in a speech. May said Russia provoked violence in eastern Ukraine, meddled in elections, and...

    Bone fragments found in Ukraine do come from MH17 victims
    Nov14

    Bone fragments found in Ukraine do come from MH17 victims

    Pieces of bone found in the vicinity of the MH17 plane crash in eastern Ukraine contain DNA material from seven… …read more Source:...

    Therese May to Russia: “We know what you are doing. You will not succeed “
    Nov14

    Therese May to Russia: “We know what you are doing. You will not succeed “

    Britain does not want to return to the Cold War with Russia. British Prime Minister Theresa May said in a speech at the London Mayor’s banquet, reports bgnes. “We do not want to go back to the Cold War or be in a state of eternal opposition. At the same time, we need to be vigilant, but we also want to interact, and that is precisely...

    PGNiG to double exports to Ukraine
    Nov14

    PGNiG to double exports to Ukraine

    WSE-listed gas giant PGNiG hopes to increase its sales to Ukraine twofold this year to 700-800 million cubic meters, company’s Deputy CEO Maciej Woźniak said. At end-Q3, PGNiG sold 430 million cubic meters to Kiev. In order to boost sales, the company is planning to launch a second connection via Czechia and Slovakia on top… This content is...

    NBP: Immigrants from Ukraine to reach 1.2 million at end-2017
    Nov14

    NBP: Immigrants from Ukraine to reach 1.2 million at end-2017

    The number of immigrants from the Ukraine in Poland will reach 1.2 million at the end of 2017, according to the Central Bank NBP’s forecasts. In the coming years, that figure should increase by 0.2-0.3 million people per annum. “At the end of this year, the number of immigrants from Ukraine may amount to about 1.2 million people – about 4...

    May commits to European security and takes aim at Putin
    Nov13

    May commits to European security and takes aim at Putin

    LONDON — Russia is the “chief” threat to Europe’s security and the U.K. will remain “unconditionally” committed to countering it and maintaining the Continent’s security, Theresa May said Monday. In a strongly-worded speech aimed at Russian President Vladimir Putin, May accused Russia of trying to “weaponize information … to sow...

    Kasparov calls out NYT for showing Crimea as part of Russia
    Nov13

    Kasparov calls out NYT for showing Crimea as part of Russia

    Russian chess grandmaster and political activist Garry Kasparov has criticised the New York Times for publishing a map in which the Crimean peninsula is marked as “disputed” and shown in the same colour as Russia and not Ukraine. …read more Source: Polskie...

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