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    Report: Ukraine “doing nothing” to recover stolen Dutch art
    Feb11

    Report: Ukraine “doing nothing” to recover stolen Dutch art

    The Ukraine is not taking the investigation into Dutch art seriously stolen from the Westfries museum in 2015 seriously. The art, which was discovered to be in the Ukraine last year, is still being offered for sale, according to EenVandaag. Stolen art hunters Arthur Brand and Alex Omhoff are on the track of an Ukrainian in the Netherlands who...

    Opinion poll: Lukashenko is the most popular foreign leader in Ukraine
    Feb11

    Opinion poll: Lukashenko is the most popular foreign leader in Ukraine

    According to the information available on its website, 58% of Ukrainians approve of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, 51% express confidence in Lithuania President Dalia Grybauskaite, 49% – in Poland President Andrzej Duda and U.S. President Barack Obama. …read more Source:...

    Nordic Aviation to operate seasonal flights Tallinn-Odessa
    Feb11

    Nordic Aviation to operate seasonal flights Tallinn-Odessa

    The Estonian state owned airline Nordic Aviation will open a seasonal route from Tallinn to Odessa, Ukraine in collaboration with Adria Airways in addition to the services of the summer season announced earlier, reports LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    IMF considers quitting Ukraine bail-out due to «slow progress» in fighting corruption
    Feb11

    IMF considers quitting Ukraine bail-out due to «slow progress» in fighting corruption

    The managing director of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde, has warned Kyiv the fund could stop its bail-out programme over “slow progress» in state reforms and fighting corruption. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Makei: Successful Ukraine settlement will attest to common ability to tackle global crises
    Feb11

    Makei: Successful Ukraine settlement will attest to common ability to tackle global crises

    Trust, dialogue and respect are the things which we obviously lack in today’s world and which should become a secure foundation for cooperation between the states tomorrow, said Vladimir Makei. …read more Source:...

    German expert: Belarus could become a moderator of the dialogue on Ukraine
    Feb11

    German expert: Belarus could become a moderator of the dialogue on Ukraine

    “Why does Belarus attract Europe as a platform for conflict resolution? Belarus is a neutral territory that knows how to communicate with both the West and the East. Minsk could become a new Vienna, Geneva, or Helsinki for the benefit of all,” Wolfgang Sender believes. …read more Source:...

    Makei calls for small steps to de-escalate Ukrainian crisis
    Feb11

    Makei calls for small steps to de-escalate Ukrainian crisis

    “The longer the final settlement is drawn out, the stronger the inertia of the conflict becomes impeding the regulation of the situation. The threat of it turning into a frozen conflict is quite real,” the minister stressed. …read more Source:...

    Expert: Parties to Ukraine’s conflict emotionally unprepared for reconciliation
    Feb11

    Expert: Parties to Ukraine’s conflict emotionally unprepared for reconciliation

    “The parties on either side of the conflict, including not only politicians but also a considerable part of the population, are not ready for reconciliation, both emotionally and psychologically,” said Vladimir Fesenko. …read more Source:...

    [Feature] Behind the scenes of the EU and IMF backlash on Ukraine
    Feb11

    [Feature] Behind the scenes of the EU and IMF backlash on Ukraine

    The IMF has joined the EU in piling on pressure for Ukraine to fight corruption. But the shock resignation of an EU fixer, which prompted the backlash, may not be all it seems. …read more Source:...

    Belarus continues to call for speedy resolution of conflict in Ukraine
    Feb11

    Belarus continues to call for speedy resolution of conflict in Ukraine

    According to the minister, the Belarusian side has always advocated the resolution of conflicts in a civilized manner, at the negotiating table, without resorting to military force, without exerting political and economic pressure. …read more Source:...

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