: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Section: Europe

  • EU (3,252)
    Russia sues Ukraine over $3bn debt
    Jan01

    Russia sues Ukraine over $3bn debt

    Move to recoup funds through English courts does not preclude further negotiations, says Moscow …read more Source: Financial...

    Russia says Ukraine defaulted on $3 billion Eurobond
    Jan01

    Russia says Ukraine defaulted on $3 billion Eurobond

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia will file a lawsuit against Ukraine after Kiev failed to repay a $3 billion Eurobond and $75 million of interest by Dec. 31, the Russian finance ministry said late on Thursday. …read more Source:...

    Russia to sue Ukraine over debt
    Jan01

    Russia to sue Ukraine over debt

    Russia’s finance ministry has said it is suing Ukraine for defaulting on a $3bn debt, following an order by President Vladimir Putin. …read more Source: RTÉ...

    EU-Ukraine trade deal sparks Moscow-Kyiv trade war
    Jan01

    EU-Ukraine trade deal sparks Moscow-Kyiv trade war

    A free trade accord giving Ukraine tariff-free access to EU markets has come into effect under an association deal between Brussels and Kyiv. Meanwhile, Russia has banned food imports from its southwestern neighbor. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Lithuanian FM Linkevičius stated at the UN: ‘Russia’s unprovoked aggression against Ukraine has left over 9,000 dead, and more than 20,000 injured.’
    Jan01

    Lithuanian FM Linkevičius stated at the UN: ‘Russia’s unprovoked aggression against Ukraine has left over 9,000 dead, and more than 20,000 injured.’

    Linkevičius stated that Ukraine was suffering from a conflict initiated under false pretense and supported by an aggressive campaign of propaganda and hate. The post Lithuanian FM Linkevičius stated at the UN: ‘Russia’s unprovoked aggression against Ukraine has left over 9,000 dead, and more than 20,000 injured.’ appeared first on The...

    Ukraine may get two Christmases as national identity debate begins
    Dec31

    Ukraine may get two Christmases as national identity debate begins

    Proposal could divide country amid battle for influence between Russian and Ukrainian branches of Orthodox ChurchUkraine, which marks Christmas on 7 January in accordance with Orthodox Christian tradition, has begun a national debate about whether it should also celebrate on 25 December, a step that would bring it into line with western Europe....

    Fall of Electricity Pylon in Kherson Region Causes New Blackout in Crimea
    Dec31

    Fall of Electricity Pylon in Kherson Region Causes New Blackout in Crimea

    The first reports about a new halt to the power supply from mainland Ukraine to Crimea appeared on Wednesday evening. …read more Source:...

    Normandy Four Leaders Agreed on Necessity of Absolute Cease-fire in Donbas
    Dec31

    Normandy Four Leaders Agreed on Necessity of Absolute Cease-fire in Donbas

    President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko held a phone conversation with the leaders of Germany, France and Russian Federation and informed on the escalation of the situation in Donbas over the past weeks. …read more Source:...

    Crimea power outage after line damage
    Dec31

    Crimea power outage after line damage

    Electricity supplies to Crimea from southern Ukraine have been cut for a second time after a pylon came down overnight. …read more Source:...

    Top 10 Most Read Articles on Belarus Digest in 2015
    Dec31

    Top 10 Most Read Articles on Belarus Digest in 2015

    In 2015 Belarus Digest published over 300 articles. Today we analysed statistics and selected the most read articles published this year. They cover a range of issues – from tourism, the role of Belarus in the conflicts in Ukraine and Syria to presidential elections and visa-free travel. Most of the popular articles in 2015 dealt with...

    Page 698 of 2253

    Pin It on Pinterest