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    VIDEO: Hospitals struggling in eastern Ukraine
    Oct21

    VIDEO: Hospitals struggling in eastern Ukraine

    Much of the infrastructure in eastern Ukraine has been left in ruins after the fighting there, as Tom Burridge reports. …read more Source:...

    Can Belarus Stick to Neutrality Despite Russian Pressure?
    Oct20

    Can Belarus Stick to Neutrality Despite Russian Pressure?

    Russian Experts Warn Lukashenka of Ukrainian President Yanukovych’s fate Last week, pro-government Russian experts and media launched a new series of attacks on the Belarusian government. Minsk, they insisted, is going the way of Yanukovych’s Ukraine. Russian commentators agree on that regardless of their ideological colours. Be it...

    Russia’s blackmail over Ukraine’s debt
    Oct20

    Russia’s blackmail over Ukraine’s debt

    This is barefaced cheek and such behaviour must not succeed …read more Source: Financial...

    Progress in infrastructure restoration in Ukraine conflict zone
    Oct20

    Progress in infrastructure restoration in Ukraine conflict zone

    Martin Sajdik said: “Considerable steps have been taken to restore railway communications and power lines. One can say coal shipments to the territory controlled by the Ukrainian government grow day by day. Naturally they are very important for power generation, in particular, during winter.” …read more Source:...

    No permission for UN agencies to work in Ukraine conflict zone yet
    Oct20

    No permission for UN agencies to work in Ukraine conflict zone yet

    All the UN agencies are forbidden to work there as of today. The United Nations Organization has not been granted the permission although all the necessary information has been provided. …read more Source:...

    Contact group on Ukraine to reconvene in Minsk on 27 October
    Oct20

    Contact group on Ukraine to reconvene in Minsk on 27 October

    Martin Sajdik said: “The next meeting will take place on 27 October. If I understand it correctly, the local time will not be adjusted so we are going to work a bit more. There will be a time gap in comparison with Kyiv.” …read more Source:...

    Parliament Socialists reach out to Russia
    Oct20

    Parliament Socialists reach out to Russia

    Socialists in the European Parliament are pushing for a new dialogue with Moscow despite ongoing tensions over Vladimir Putin’s intervention in Syria and the conflict in Ukraine, which have tarnished EU-Russia relations for more than a year. Knut Fleckenstein, vice chairman of the assembly’s Progressive Alliance of Socialists and...

    Ukraine conflict settlement stumbles over mine clearance
    Oct20

    Ukraine conflict settlement stumbles over mine clearance

    According to the source, the working group on security focuses on mine clearance partially due to the scheduled urgent humanitarian and economic projects. The group has agreed to continue working out mine clearance principles and compiling the list of relevant priorities. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] Ukrainians received most EU residence permits in 2014
    Oct20

    [Ticker] Ukrainians received most EU residence permits in 2014

    302,800 Ukrainians received a residence permit in an EU country in 2014, according to Eurostat. They were the main beneficiaries of the 2.3 million permits issued, ahead of US citizens (199,200), Chinese (169,700) and Indians (134,900). The UK issues the most permits, ahead of Poland, Germany and France. …read more Source:...

    Nadiya Savchenko’s Sister Arrives in Russia Despite Entry Ban Warnings
    Oct20

    Nadiya Savchenko’s Sister Arrives in Russia Despite Entry Ban Warnings

    Vera Savchenko, a sister of Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko, has been allowed to enter Russia. …read more Source:...

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