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    Russian diplomacy about to get tougher edge in Washington
    Jul12

    Russian diplomacy about to get tougher edge in Washington

    A new — and likely more aggressive — chapter in Russian diplomacy is about to begin in Washington with the departure of Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, whose soft-power approach to D.C. will be taken over by noted hard-liner Anatoly Antonov. The switch in what has become one of Washington’s most...

    Ukraine to receive three bomb squad vans from Estonian Rescue Board
    Jul12

    Ukraine to receive three bomb squad vans from Estonian Rescue Board

    The Rescue Board is sending three multi-purpose bomb squad vehicles to Ukraine as part of Estonia’s humanitarian support for the country. The vehicles have passed a technical inspection in Estonia and are ready to be used. …read more Source:...

    EU and Ukraine celebrate ties, as war rumbles on
    Jul12

    EU and Ukraine celebrate ties, as war rumbles on

    Ukrainian president Poroshenko will celebrate ever-closer Western ties with top EU officials in Kiev on Wednesday and Thursday. …read more Source:...

    20 Years of NATO – Ukraine Relations
    Jul12

    20 Years of NATO – Ukraine Relations

    NATO has had a partnership with Ukraine for over 20 years. Ukraine is one of the biggest beneficiaries of NATO Trust Funds. The funds have paid for various projects including financial support for political and security sector reforms, help with cyber defence and medical rehabilitation for Ukrainian soldiers. Follow EU Today on Social media:...

    Siemens sues to stop Russia using its turbines in Crimea
    Jul11

    Siemens sues to stop Russia using its turbines in Crimea

    German group seeks to avoid violation of EU sanctions …read more Source: Financial...

    Belarusian Nobel laureate Sviatlana Alieksijevič hit by a smear campaign
    Jul11

    Belarusian Nobel laureate Sviatlana Alieksijevič hit by a smear campaign

    Sviatlana Alieksijevič, Photo: rfrmo.io On 19 June, the Russian information agency Regnum published a widely discussed interview with Sviatlana Alieksijevič, the 2015 Nobel Prize Winner from Belarus. Despite the fact that Alieksijevič forbade Regnum to publish the interview, the news outlet went ahead and released the article. In a conversation...

    Ukraine urges Ryanair to resume flight talks
    Jul11

    Ukraine urges Ryanair to resume flight talks

    Discussions end a month after Ukrainians were offered visa-free travel to EU …read more Source: Financial...

    Greece takes part in NATO “Sea breeze” exercise in Ukraine (videos)
    Jul11

    Greece takes part in NATO “Sea breeze” exercise in Ukraine (videos)

    Three NATO guided missile warships are set to exercise with Ukrainian forces in the Black Sea later this month, a U.S. Navy official told USNI News on Monday. Guided missile destroyer USS Carney (DDG-64) and guided missile cruiser USS Hue City (CG-66) transited the Bosphorus Strait over the weekend and will join 16 other countries as part of SEA...

    Siemens sues Russian state firm over turbines imbroglio
    Jul11

    Siemens sues Russian state firm over turbines imbroglio

    MUNICH/MOSCOW (Reuters) – Siemens filed a lawsuit against a Russian state firm on Tuesday after two gas turbines it sold for use in Russia turned up in Crimea, a region subject to EU sanctions on energy technology. …read more Source:...

    NATO bristles at ‘unsafe behavior’ by Russian pilots
    Jul11

    NATO bristles at ‘unsafe behavior’ by Russian pilots

    Increasingly angry NATO allies will tell the Kremlin on Thursday of their objection to aggressive and dangerous maneuvers by Russian military pilots over the Baltic Sea, including “unsafe behavior by Russian pilots on intercepts,” an alliance official said. NATO’s frustration over what it views as unnecessary provocations by Russian...

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