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    Russia in Syria: whose side is Vladimir Putin on?
    Nov26

    Russia in Syria: whose side is Vladimir Putin on?

    Several theories have been put forward about Putin’s motivation for intervening in the Syrian war In Depth Thursday, November 26, 2015 – 4:11pm See related Russia-Turkey tensions high amid disputed claims over downed jet …read more Source: The...

    Power struggle
    Nov26

    Power struggle

    UKRAINIAN nationalist saboteurs blew up transformers and cut power lines to Crimea on November 21st in an attempt to punish Russia for annexing the peninsula last year. Crimea relies on Ukraine for nearly all its electricity, and most of its 2m residents have been plunged into darkness, dependent on emergency generators and candles. The blackout...

    Italy says no agreement made at G20 to extend Russia sanctions
    Nov26

    Italy says no agreement made at G20 to extend Russia sanctions

    ROME (Reuters) – No agreement was reached among leaders at this month’s Group of 20 summit in Turkey to extend sanctions against Russia over its intervention in Ukraine, Italian Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni said on Thursday. …read more Source:...

    Good relations between Serbia, Ukraine
    Nov26

    Good relations between Serbia, Ukraine

    BELGRADE – Aleksandar Vulin, Serbian minister of labor, employment, veteran and social affairs, and Oleksandr Aleksandrovych, Ukrainian ambassador to Serbia, agreed on …read more Source:...

    Belarus working to deal with Ukraine’s special import duties
    Nov26

    Belarus working to deal with Ukraine’s special import duties

    The Belarusian official said: “I think we will deal with the situation before the duties are enforced. Consultations will be held. A similar situation emerged a year ago and the decision was reversed. Building barriers is foolish. They will benefit neither Belarus nor Ukraine.” …read more Source:...

    Dutch anti-Ukraine activists are helping Putin: Poroshenko
    Nov26

    Dutch anti-Ukraine activists are helping Putin: Poroshenko

    AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Thursday that Dutch activists seeking to undo Ukraine’s association agreement with the European Union are unwitting pawns of Russian President Vladimir Putin. …read more Source:...

    Crimean Tatars Name Conditions for Restoring Power Supply to Crimea
    Nov26

    Crimean Tatars Name Conditions for Restoring Power Supply to Crimea

    Ukraine will supply electricity to the occupied territory of Crimea if Russia complies with at least one demand of the Crimean Tatar protesters. …read more Source:...

    Obama Signs U.S. Defense Budget Law with $300 mln for Ukraine
    Nov26

    Obama Signs U.S. Defense Budget Law with $300 mln for Ukraine

    The law foresees, among other things, $300 million for Ukraine forces fighting Russian-backed militants. …read more Source:...

    Tension between Turkey and Russia reaches Bulgaria
    Nov26

    Tension between Turkey and Russia reaches Bulgaria

    The sharp confrontation between Russia and Turkey over the downed Russian jet bomber over Syria echoed worldwide. In Bulgaria it also provoked tensions and this is understandable. Suddenly the relations between Bulgaria’s biggest neighbour – Turkey, and Bulgaria’s biggest ally from the past and NATO rival – Russia, strained. This is a...

    Nina Khrushcheva on reconciliation with Russia | Die Presse – Austria
    Nov26

    Nina Khrushcheva on reconciliation with Russia | Die Presse – Austria

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