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Eurovision disappointed by Kiev’s decision to ban Russian contestant
Mar22

Eurovision disappointed by Kiev’s decision to ban Russian contestant

The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) is deeply disappointed in Kiev’s decision to ban Russian Eurovision contestant Yulia Samoilova from entering Ukraine, the union said in a statement published on the Eurovision website. “We have to respect the local laws of the host country, however we are deeply disappointed in this decision as we feel...

French presidential candidate: We think that because we are westerners everything is allowed to us
Mar21

French presidential candidate: We think that because we are westerners everything is allowed to us

French presidential candidate Francois Fillon mentioned the issue of Kosovo when he spoke about Crimea joining Russia. “We have changed borders ourselves. Kosovo, for example. We think that because we are westerners everything is allowed to us – we can enter Iraq, we can bring order to any corner of the world… There is a […] …read more...

“We’ve been redrawing borders too – think of Kosovo”
Mar21

“We’ve been redrawing borders too – think of Kosovo”

French presidential candidate Francois Fillon mentioned the issue of Kosovo when he spoke about Crimea joining Russia.“We have changed borders ourselves. Kosovo, for example. We think that because we are westerners everything is allowed to us – we can enter Iraq, we can bring order to any corner of the world… There is a fundamental...

Kiev imposes sanctions on Serbians who visited Crimea
Mar21

Kiev imposes sanctions on Serbians who visited Crimea

The Ukrainian security service SBU has decided to impose sanctions on Serbian politicians who have paid a three-day visit to Crimea.SBU spokesperson Elena Gitlyanska announced this on Facebook, Tanjug reported late on Monday, quoting Sputnik. …read more Source:...

SNP leader invited to visit Crimea again; Belgrade silent
Mar20

SNP leader invited to visit Crimea again; Belgrade silent

SNP party leader Nenad Popovic and “several Serbian businesspeople” have been invited to an economic forum in Yalta next month.Leader of Crimea Republic Serge Aksyonov announced this on Facebook, a week after his meeting with Popovic. …read more Source:...

“Russia is not our problem – EU’s future is” – Slovak PM
Mar20

“Russia is not our problem – EU’s future is” – Slovak PM

Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico has called for lifting of EU sanctions against Russia, introduced over the Ukraine crisis.”Sanctions have not helped anyone. Russia is not our problem. Our main problem is what is going to happen to the EU,” Fico told TA3 TV, according to TASS. …read more Source:...

Ukraine angry at Serbia over Assembly members’ Crimea trip
Mar19

Ukraine angry at Serbia over Assembly members’ Crimea trip

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine has condemned the visit of a group of Serbian Assembly members (“people’s deputies”) to Crimea. Kiev also summoned the Serbian ambassador to Ukraine and asked him to provide “explanations regarding the matter.” “The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine condemns in the strongest terms the visit of...

Croatian President Worried About Condition of MiG-21 Jets Bought From Ukraine
Mar18

Croatian President Worried About Condition of MiG-21 Jets Bought From Ukraine

Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic visited on Friday an Air Force base near Zagreb and expressed her concern over the condition of MiG-21 fighters bought from Ukraine, the presidential administration said in a statement. “After a conversation with pilots and familiarization with the situation the president and commander-in-chief remains...

Kiev angry at Belgrade after ruling party MPs visit Crimea
Mar17

Kiev angry at Belgrade after ruling party MPs visit Crimea

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine has condemned the visit of a group of Serbian Assembly members (“people’s deputies”) to Crimea.Kiev also summoned the Serbian ambassador to Ukraine and asked him to provide “explanations regarding the matter.” …read more Source:...

“French election to decide EU fate; Crimea remains Russian”
Mar14

“French election to decide EU fate; Crimea remains Russian”

Former Austrian Chancellor Alfred Gusenbauer says the presidential election in France will “decide the fate of the EU.”"If Marine Le Pen becomes president I believe it will be the end of the European project of unity,” Gusenbauer, who is an adviser to the Serbian government, said during a lecture organized by the...

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