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    EU, Ukraine, Russia Agree on October-March Gas Supplies
    Sep26

    EU, Ukraine, Russia Agree on October-March Gas Supplies

    Three-way talks involving the EU, Russia and Ukraine have ended with an agreement on the terms of gas supplies between October this year and March 2016, the EU Commission has said. Ukraine will be committed to securing transit via its territory to the EU, while Russia will lower prices at which it is selling gas to Ukraine by decreasing the...

    Kremlin slams Poland’s decision to refuse Muradov entry
    Sep26

    Kremlin slams Poland’s decision to refuse Muradov entry

    The Russian Foreign Ministry has criticised the decision by Poland to deny entry to Georgy Muradov, the “deputy head of the Republic of Crimea”. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Ukraine to resume buying Russian gas
    Sep26

    Ukraine to resume buying Russian gas

    MOSCOW – Russia and Ukraine have agreed to resume gas shipments after months of squabbling over prices. With $500 million from the …read more Source:...

    Ukraine to ban flights by Russian airlines in new wave of sanctions
    Sep26

    Ukraine to ban flights by Russian airlines in new wave of sanctions

    Ukraine is set to introduce a ban on flights by Russian airlines from October 25, as part of a wave of sanctions against Moscow for its support of… …read more Source:...

    Flight MH17: Russia could face legal action over downing of jet over Ukraine
    Sep26

    Flight MH17: Russia could face legal action over downing of jet over Ukraine

    Countries whose nationals lost their lives when the Malaysia Airlines flight went down gather at the UN general assembly to discuss their options Related: David Cameron pushes for MH17 inquiry after Russia blocks UN tribunal Russia could face a barrage of legal action over the downing of flight MH17 as affected countries gather in New York to...

    S&P declares Ukraine in ‘selective default’
    Sep26

    S&P declares Ukraine in ‘selective default’

    The credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s has lowered its ratings for Ukraine’s short-term debts in foreign currencies to “selective default.” The agency cited Ukraine’s launch of “distressed debt restructuring.” …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine and West condemn rebel ban on foreign aid groups
    Sep26

    Ukraine and West condemn rebel ban on foreign aid groups

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine and some of its Western allies condemned on Friday a decision by pro-Russian separatists to ban most foreign aid organizations from parts of rebel-held territory, saying the move violated the Minsk peace agreement. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine bans Russian airlines’ flights
    Sep26

    Ukraine bans Russian airlines’ flights

    Ukraine says it will ban Russian airlines from flying into the country as part of sanctions over Moscow’s support for rebels in the east. …read more Source:...

    Home Office wants to deport teenage orphan back to Ukraine over visa
    Sep25

    Home Office wants to deport teenage orphan back to Ukraine over visa

    A couple are battling the authorities to keep “model pupil” Iryna Mynich, 14, in the country and say “she has no one to go home to” …read more Source:...

    UN official: ‘Deeply concerned’ at Donetsk expulsion
    Sep25

    UN official: ‘Deeply concerned’ at Donetsk expulsion

    The UN’s refugee agency has criticized Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine for closing the door on international aid providers. DW asked UN Humanitarian Coordinator Neal Walker about a possible way forward. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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