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    NATO commander advocates arming Baltic and Eastern Europe to deter Russia
    Jun19

    NATO commander advocates arming Baltic and Eastern Europe to deter Russia

    Eastern Europe and Baltic countries need to be fortified with arms supplies to counter the threat from Russia, a NATO commander has said. However, the possibility of Russia occupying Ukraine was unrealistic, he said. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    President Ivanov attends security forum in Bratislava
    Jun19

    President Ivanov attends security forum in Bratislava

    Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov is in the Slovakian capital of Bratislava, where he will take part in the 10th Globsec 2015 security forum. The forum, which is expected to mainly focus on the war in Ukraine, is attended by European leaders, heads of international organizations and high representatives from the United States. …read more...

    NATO’s latest military exercises sends clear message to Russia
    Jun19

    NATO’s latest military exercises sends clear message to Russia

    Amid a growing unease in eastern Europe over Russia’s hostile actions in eastern Ukraine, NATO began joint military exercises in the region on… …read more Source:...

    ‘A true friend’: Ukraine president asks Tony Blair to take on advisory role
    Jun18

    ‘A true friend’: Ukraine president asks Tony Blair to take on advisory role

    Unclear whether former British PM will take up offer by Petro Poroshenko, as Blair meets other key figures in Kiev hosted by oligarch Viktor PinchukTony Blair has been offered a role advising Ukraine’s president after the pair met in Kiev on Wednesday. Blair, whose foundation has long-standing links with a Ukrainian oligarch, is said to be...

    Putin the uniter
    Jun18

    Putin the uniter

    A message to Russia MIKHAIL ZABRODSKY, the broad-shouldered commander of Ukraine’s airborne troops, came of age in the Soviet Union. After the Soviet collapse he even served in the Russian army. When he moved home to Ukraine he stayed in touch. “We were all friends,” he says, shaking his head. When Russia turned its guns on Ukraine last...

    Khodorkovsky: Ukraine could develop into second Korea
    Jun18

    Khodorkovsky: Ukraine could develop into second Korea

    Former political prisoner and businessman Mikhail Khodorkovsky said the current conflict in Ukraine could develop into something similar to the Korean peninsular, lasting for just as long. …read more Source:...

    Six countries to partake in Pridneprovye business forum in Mogilev
    Jun18

    Six countries to partake in Pridneprovye business forum in Mogilev

    Delegations of Germany, China, South Korea, Poland, Ukraine, and Russia have already confirmed their participation. “We also expect guests from other countries eager to learn about the investment and export potential of Mogilev and to develop interregional cooperation,” specialists noted. …read more Source:...

    UNHCR: Belarus is now home to over 100,000 Ukrainians
    Jun18

    UNHCR: Belarus is now home to over 100,000 Ukrainians

    Belarus is the second most popular destination for Ukrainian migrants after Russia among the countries Ukraine borders on. Belarus is the most popular destination in terms of the number of Ukraine citizens per 1,000 capita. …read more Source:...

    About 30,000 job permits issued to Ukrainians in Belarus since 2014
    Jun18

    About 30,000 job permits issued to Ukrainians in Belarus since 2014

    In Minsk special job permits have been issued to 2,790 Ukrainians, including 800 preferential permits to Ukrainians coming from Donetsk Oblast and Lugansk Oblast. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian President Offers Tony Blair a Job
    Jun18

    Ukrainian President Offers Tony Blair a Job

    KIEV – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko offered former British Prime Minister Tony Blair a job in his International Advisory Council for Reforms, …read more Source:...

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