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    Ukraine dodges default with debt payment
    Jul24

    Ukraine dodges default with debt payment

    Hopes rekindled for a deal with creditors …read more Source: Financial...

    Belarus, Ukraine aim to expand strategic partnership
    Jul24

    Belarus, Ukraine aim to expand strategic partnership

    “The meeting reaffirmed the mutual interest and focus of the two parties to create the conditions for further expansion of the strategic partnership in all areas of the economy,” the press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said. …read more Source:...

    Tri-national brigade moves step closer to fruition
    Jul24

    Tri-national brigade moves step closer to fruition

    The defence ministers of Poland, Lithuania and Ukraine have signed a technical agreement on specific aspects for the functioning of the tri-national brigade – LITPOLUKRBRIG. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    A nonexistent frontier: Ukraine’s internal border
    Jul24

    A nonexistent frontier: Ukraine’s internal border

    Ukraine is regulating passenger travel to and from rebel-held territories near Donetsk and Luhansk. The result: kilometer-long lines and frustrated citizens. Inna Kuprijanova reports from a border that should not exist. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine: Communist parties banned from local elections
    Jul24

    Ukraine: Communist parties banned from local elections

    Ukraine’s Justice Ministry has banned three Communist groups from running in the upcoming local elections and filed a lawsuit banning them from… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine debt crisis: why it could be the next Greece
    Jul24

    Ukraine debt crisis: why it could be the next Greece

    Credits Yuriy Dyachyshyn/Getty Alt Text Ukraine troops Reports suggest debt is now 158 per cent of GDP amid a severe economic slowdown In Depth Friday, July 24, 2015 – 4:06pm See related …read more Source: The...

    Why would Russia deploy bombers in Crimea?
    Jul24

    Why would Russia deploy bombers in Crimea?

    Why would Russia send heavy warplanes to Crimea? …read more Source:...

    Return of Ukraine fighters alarms Russia
    Jul24

    Return of Ukraine fighters alarms Russia

    As volunteers drift home, authorities fear what it could mean …read more Source: Financial...

    Schengen visas for Ukrainians
    Jul24

    Schengen visas for Ukrainians

    Ukrainians traveling west this summer still need visas. Kiev had hoped that the EU would scrap the requirement at the Eastern Partnership summit in Riga in May, but Brussels balked. “We are not creating a fortress,” said Fabrice Leggeri, executive director of Frontex, the Warsaw-based EU border agency. He’s right. The border is not closed,...

    Europe’s new Iron Curtain
    Jul24

    Europe’s new Iron Curtain

    SHEHYNI, Ukraine — Ukrainians call it the kordon, the border. With most EU countries reluctant to anger Russia by offering Ukraine even the distant prospect of membership, the border is here to stay, cutting off the volatile ex-Soviet east from the prosperous EU west. The implications for Ukraine are devastating. For Ukrainians, one road into the...

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