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    Ukrainian separatist appeals extradition in the European Court of Human Rights
    Jan28

    Ukrainian separatist appeals extradition in the European Court of Human Rights

    Vladimir Poljakov, who the Government in December decided to extradite to Ukraine because he allegedly fought with the separatists in eastern Ukraine, has submitted a notice of appeal to the European Court of Human Rights. …read more Source:...

    Goodbye Lenin: Kiev nationalists blow up statues
    Jan27

    Goodbye Lenin: Kiev nationalists blow up statues

    Vladimir Lenin has suffered a second blow in less than a week after saboteurs tried to blow up the Russian… …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine in the grip of deadly flu epidemic
    Jan27

    Ukraine in the grip of deadly flu epidemic

    * At least 83 Ukrainians have died * Millions affected across eastern Europe * Swine flu one of three strains involved Flu epidemic sweeps… …read more Source:...

    Headquarters of the Lithuanian-Polish-Ukrainian Brigade Inaugurated in Lublin
    Jan27

    Headquarters of the Lithuanian-Polish-Ukrainian Brigade Inaugurated in Lublin

    Minister of National Defence of Lithuania and his Polish and Ukrainian counterparts, inaugurated headquarters of the joint Lithuanian-Polish-Ukrainian Brigade (LITPOLUKBRIG) at a ceremony in Lublin The post Headquarters of the Lithuanian-Polish-Ukrainian Brigade Inaugurated in Lublin appeared first on The Baltic Review. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine contact group may convene in Minsk on 10 February
    Jan27

    Ukraine contact group may convene in Minsk on 10 February

    “The next meeting of the contact group is planned for 10 February but the Foreign Ministers of the Normandy Format may gather for a meeting at this time too. Therefore, I cannot say exactly,” the OSCE representative said. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine ready to open crossing point for humanitarian aid in Lugansk Oblast
    Jan27

    Ukraine ready to open crossing point for humanitarian aid in Lugansk Oblast

    An agreement was reached to open this point on 12 February, the day when the Minsk accords were signed a year ago. I think this is a very important step forward. When we started negotiations there was no crossing point on the line of contact in Lugansk Oblast. Now we will have a second one, Martin Sajdik said. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine tripartite contact group concludes meeting in Minsk
    Jan27

    Ukraine tripartite contact group concludes meeting in Minsk

    With regard to political matters Ukraine’s position remains unchanged: elections in the parts of Donbass uncontrolled by Ukraine should be held in compliance with the Ukrainian legislation, with the participation of Ukrainian parties, Ukrainian journalists and international observers. …read more Source:...

    Belarus’ electricity import down by 26.3% to 2.8bn kWh in 2015
    Jan27

    Belarus’ electricity import down by 26.3% to 2.8bn kWh in 2015

    In 2015 Belarus imported 2.816 million kWh of electricity, including 2,815.2 million kWh from Russia, and 0.8 million kWh from Ukraine. The country is set to purchase 2.5 billion kWh abroad in 2016. …read more Source:...

    Kiev plans Dutch referendum campaign to ‘show the real Ukraine’
    Jan27

    Kiev plans Dutch referendum campaign to ‘show the real Ukraine’

    Kiev is planning to get involved in the Dutch referendum campaign on the EU treaty with Ukraine, according to an… …read more Source:...

    Poland advances in transparency ranking
    Jan27

    Poland advances in transparency ranking

    Poland ranked 30th in a report on the government transparency level published by Transparency International, thus it recorded a five spot advance compared with the previous edition. Denmark came in first among 168 countries included in the analysis. When it comes to the CEE region, only Estonia performed better than Poland (23rd place). The...

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