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    Bulgaria Mulls Opening Honorary Consulate in Ukraine’s Kharkiv
    Mar30

    Bulgaria Mulls Opening Honorary Consulate in Ukraine’s Kharkiv

    A Bulgarian Honorary Consulate might be opened in the Eastern Ukrainian region of Kharkiv that will also have a mandate for Dnipropetrovsk to the south, local media outlets report. Bulgaria’s Ambassador to Ukraine is quoted as saying that authorities are considering the idea, and a name of the potential Honorary Consul has been put...

    Surikov: Stable Ukraine is key to resolving crisis in the Russian-Ukrainian relations
    Mar30

    Surikov: Stable Ukraine is key to resolving crisis in the Russian-Ukrainian relations

    According to the Ambassador, there is still no dialogue between the official Kiev and separate districts of Donetsk and Lugansk Oblasts. The parties have so far agreed on ceasefire, but the truce is disrupted from time to time. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] Latvia bans Russian propaganda website
    Mar29

    [Ticker] Latvia bans Russian propaganda website

    Latvia has banned Russian internet agency Sputnik from using the .lv domain name on grounds its activities as a Kremlin propaganda outlet violate EU sanctions on protecting Ukraine’s territorial integrity. The Sputnik site said the move amounts to “direct censorship.” …read more Source:...

    Ukraine MPs fire corruption-tainted prosecutor
    Mar29

    Ukraine MPs fire corruption-tainted prosecutor

    Parliament has voted overwhelmingly to dismiss Viktor Shokin, who is accused to failing to deal with endemic corruption. Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko also asked him to resign after mounting pressure. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukrainians want a Dutch Yes in EU referendum
    Mar29

    Ukrainians want a Dutch Yes in EU referendum

    Almost three-quarters of Ukrainians want the Dutch to vote Yes in a referendum on an EU-Ukraine deal, according to a new poll. The Netherlands votes on closer EU-Ukraine ties — known as an association agreement — on April 6, and an opinion poll by GFK Ukraine found there is 72 percent support for the deal. The nationwide survey, published...

    United States welcomes Belarus’ neutral position on Ukraine crisis
    Mar29

    United States welcomes Belarus’ neutral position on Ukraine crisis

    “It is important for us to discuss matters of military security in Europe with Belarus. We highly appreciate Belarus’ neutral position on the situation in Ukraine and the fact that it hosts meetings aimed at resolving the conflict,” Michael Carpenter said. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s prosecutor general dismissed amid govt turmoil
    Mar29

    Ukraine’s prosecutor general dismissed amid govt turmoil

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    Ukraine parliament approves resignation of chief prosecutor
    Mar29

    Ukraine parliament approves resignation of chief prosecutor

    KIEV (Reuters) – The Ukrainian parliament approved on Tuesday the resignation of General Prosecutor Viktor Shokin, an official seen by the Ukraine’s Western backers as an obstacle to tackling corruption. …read more Source:...

    Tymoshenko’s Fatherland Party won’t join Ukraine coalition unless conditions met
    Mar29

    Tymoshenko’s Fatherland Party won’t join Ukraine coalition unless conditions met

    KIEV (Reuters) – The head of Ukraine’ Fatherland Party, Yulia Tymoshenko, said on Tuesday that her party had up to 15 conditions that needed to be met before a coalition could be formed. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine General Prosecutor fires senior reformist prosecutor
    Mar29

    Ukraine General Prosecutor fires senior reformist prosecutor

    KIEV (Reuters) – Senior Ukrainian prosecutor and anti-corruption campaigner Davit Sakvarelidze has been fired by General Prosecutor Viktor Shokin, Shokin’s deputy Vladyslav Kutsenko said on Tuesday. …read more Source:...

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