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Russia “used Kosovo to legitimize Crimea move”
Jul20

Russia “used Kosovo to legitimize Crimea move”

Moscow, “striving to justify its intervention in the territory of Ukraine” has been using political narratives about “the so-called precedent of Kosovo.”This is assessed in an analysis of the Department of International Relations and European Integration at the National University of Political Studies and Public...

US, Ukrainian Marines Conduct Amphibious Assault During Drills
Jul19

US, Ukrainian Marines Conduct Amphibious Assault During Drills

Marines from the United States and Ukraine carried out a coordinated amphibious assault drill during exercise Sea Breeze in the Ukrainian town of Mykolaivka, the US European Command (EUCOM) said in a release on Wednesday. The drills, which began on July 10 and will last until July 23, are taking place in the north-western part […] …read...

Montenegro: Ukrainian AN-32P joins firefighting efforts
Jul19

Montenegro: Ukrainian AN-32P joins firefighting efforts

A Ukrainian AN-32P firefighting plane on Wednesday morning joined the effort to extinguish a wildfire above Obosnik, near the coastal town of Tivat. According to Montenegro’s state broadcaster, the plane has the capacity to carry 8,000 liters of water. A Super Puma helicopter, with 2,000-liter capacity, is also expected to arrive from...

Ukrainian plane joins firefighting efforts in Montenegro
Jul19

Ukrainian plane joins firefighting efforts in Montenegro

A Ukrainian AN-32P firefighting plane on Wednesday morning joined the effort to extinguish a wildfire above Obosnik, near the coastal town of Tivat.According to Montenegro’s state broadcaster, the plane has the capacity to carry 8,000 liters of water. …read more Source:...

Lithuania against Serbia’s EU admission?
Jul18

Lithuania against Serbia’s EU admission?

Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Antanas Linkevicius has asked why Ukraine is unable to move closer to the EU, while Serbia can, the Beta agency reported this on Tuesday, citing the US website Politico. Linkevicius thinks the organization’s enlargement policy, i.e., “the EU membership perspective,” lacks “a certain balance – countries...

“Russia-friendly Serbia moving toward EU – Ukraine can’t?”
Jul18

“Russia-friendly Serbia moving toward EU – Ukraine can’t?”

Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Antanas Linkevicius has asked why Ukraine is unable to move closer to the EU, while Serbia can.The Beta agency reported this on Tuesday, citing the US website Politico. …read more Source:...

Donetsk People’s Republic Declares Creation of New State of Malorossiya
Jul18

Donetsk People’s Republic Declares Creation of New State of Malorossiya

Self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) Leader Alexander Zakharchenko proposed on Tuesday a three-year transition period toward a new state called Malorossiya (“Little Russia”) as a way to settle the three-year conflict. “We propose to establish the state of Malorossiya. Malorossiya is an independent young state. A transition period...

NATO membership is Ukraine’s main foreign policy priority
Jul09

NATO membership is Ukraine’s main foreign policy priority

Ukraine has officially set NATO membership as a key foreign policy goal, overturning the country’s non-aligned status adopted by the previous government ousted in the Euromaidan coup of 2014. An amendment to Ukraine’s main law related to security was signed by President Petro Poroshenko on Thursday and officially came into force on...

“Russia’s military prowess undeniable; intentions unclear”
Jun27

“Russia’s military prowess undeniable; intentions unclear”

Chairman of NATO’s Military Committee Petr Pavel has said that Russia’s growing military prowess was undeniable – even if its intentions were unclear.This is according to the website Politico, which quoted him as saying that NATO was “confronting efforts by Russia to increase its military capabilities on virtually every...

British Defense Minister: Russian aggression toward NATO increasing
Jun16

British Defense Minister: Russian aggression toward NATO increasing

British Defense Minister Michael Fallon said in Romania on Thursday that “Russian aggression toward NATO is increasing.” Beta is reporting this, citing AP, adding that Fallon stated that NATO was “right to have agreed to a very high readiness taskforce.” In the last three years, he continued, “Russia annexed Crimea, threatened the Baltic states...

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