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    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:...

    Minsk Talks Produce Zero Result and Situation Escalates, Bezsmertny Says
    Feb11

    Minsk Talks Produce Zero Result and Situation Escalates, Bezsmertny Says

    Minsk talks of the contact group on settlement of the situation in Donbas always switch to emotional ones and are of counter-productive nature. …read more Source:...

    Crimean singer in line to represent Ukraine at Eurovision
    Feb11

    Crimean singer in line to represent Ukraine at Eurovision

    Song recounts deportation of Tatars under Stalin, but supporters unable to vote because of Russian annexation. RFE/RL reportsThe leading contender to represent Ukraine in this year’s Eurovision song contest is a 32-year-old hoping to sing about the mass deportation of Crimean Tatars under Stalin. Jamala won the quarter-finals of a...

    Sajdik: Not enough political will to resolve conflict in Ukraine
    Feb11

    Sajdik: Not enough political will to resolve conflict in Ukraine

    “The process of negotiations has entered into an important stage, but now we need political will,” said Martin Sajdik. …read more Source:...

    Sajdik: Parties to the conflict in Ukraine view Minsk talks as the only way out
    Feb11

    Sajdik: Parties to the conflict in Ukraine view Minsk talks as the only way out

    “The Minsk process works and all the parties consider it as the only way to resolve the conflict,” said Martin Sajdik. …read more Source:...

    Makei: The trilateral contact group on Ukraine should continue its work
    Feb11

    Makei: The trilateral contact group on Ukraine should continue its work

    Greeting the participants of the meeting, Vladimir Makei thanked international experts and representatives of the expert initiative Minsk Dialogue (Belarus) for Minsk being chosen at the time as a venue to discuss the issues of the international agenda. …read more Source:...

    Makei: Minsk talks on Ukraine proved their value
    Feb11

    Makei: Minsk talks on Ukraine proved their value

    Experts of the Normandy Four member states (Germany, Russia, France and Ukraine) have gathered in the Belarusian capital to mark the 1st anniversary of the Minsk Agreements and analyze the progress, failures, lessons and future challenges in their implementation. …read more Source:...

    3 ways to stop ‘revisionist, militaristic’ Russia
    Feb11

    3 ways to stop ‘revisionist, militaristic’ Russia

    MUNICH — The great and the good of the Atlantic security elites, and a few of their adversaries, face an unusually complex series of challenges as they gather for their annual summit in Munich this week. It was here, in February 2007, that President Vladimir Putin first threw down the gauntlet to the West, although his language was relatively...

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