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Serb to referee final of Europe’s top football competition
May07

Serb to referee final of Europe’s top football competition

Serbian referee Milorad Mazic will referee the 2018 Champions League final between Real Madrid and Liverpool, UEFA has announced.The 45-year-old will be the top referee in the game to be played on May 26 in Kiev, Ukraine. …read more Source:...

Ukraine takes Belgrade’s side in latest Kosovo flareup
Mar29

Ukraine takes Belgrade’s side in latest Kosovo flareup

Ukraine’s ambassador to Serbia says the government in Pristina showed itself to be “completely irresponsible” in the case of Marko Djuric’s arrest.”Ukraine supports Serbia completely in this case,” Oleksandr Aleksandrovych told N1, and pointed out that his country has not recognized Kosovo, and supports the...

“US, Canada, at least 14 EU countries to expel Russians”
Mar26

“US, Canada, at least 14 EU countries to expel Russians”

Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Germany, France, Denmark, Ukraine, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, Canda, and the US will expel Russian diplomats.There are four more that are “not confirmed” to have joined the move: Spain. Romania, Hungary, and Croatia. …read more Source:...

“Crimea is Ukraine” says US; Russians bring up Kosovo
Mar16

“Crimea is Ukraine” says US; Russians bring up Kosovo

Russian Senator Alexei Pushkov has suggested to the US State Department to tell how they were “ripping Kosovo apart from Serbia,” using bombs.Pushkov did this on Twitter, commenting on Washington’s condemnation of President Putin’s visit to Crimea. …read more Source:...

Poroshenko threatens Moscow with ‘total destruction’
Mar09

Poroshenko threatens Moscow with ‘total destruction’

Russia will face a total annihilation for all its alleged misdeeds and disrespect for international law, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said, amid an escalated dispute between Russia’s Gazprom and Ukraine’s Naftogaz. “Russia does not respect the law and does not respect the court’s decisions,” Poroshenko complained in what...

Ukraine begins seizure of Russian Gazprom’s assets
Mar08

Ukraine begins seizure of Russian Gazprom’s assets

The Ukrainian authorities have started the seizure of assets belonging to the Russian gas giant Gazprom, citing its alleged non-compliance with the decision of the Stockholm arbitration court. “Under the current circumstances, the Ukrainian cabinet initiates action aimed at recovering [a] penalty from… Gazprom,” the Ukrainian government’s...

Minister not worried about Russian gas supplies to Serbia
Mar06

Minister not worried about Russian gas supplies to Serbia

There is no danger for Serbia if Russia halts gas supplies through Ukraine, Energy Minister Aleksandar Antic has said.Antic was responding journalists when he said that this will not affect our country, because of the contract it has with Gazprom, that includes “three points for the delivery of gas to Serbia.” …read more Source:...

Moscow: US Crossed Line By Announcing Decision to Provide Ukraine With Weapons
Dec28

Moscow: US Crossed Line By Announcing Decision to Provide Ukraine With Weapons

The United States crossed the line by announcing a decision to provide Ukraine with weapons, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said on Saturday. On Friday, the US State Department announced plans to give Ukraine military assistance to help protect its territorial integrity. “The United States crossed the line in a sense by announcing...

German FM can’t imagine Turkey and Ukraine in EU
Dec27

German FM can’t imagine Turkey and Ukraine in EU

German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel says Ukraine and Turkey will not become members of the European Union in the near future. “I cannot imagine either Turkey or Ukraine becoming EU members in the coming years,” Gabriel said in an interview with the German Funke Media Group, Tanjug reported on Tuesday, citing TASS. At the same […] …read...

US to Provide Lethal Aid to Ukraine
Dec23

US to Provide Lethal Aid to Ukraine

The US State Department said Friday that the United States plans to give Ukraine military assistance to help protect its territorial integrity, in a move that is purely defensive and will not violate Minsk accords “The United States has decided to provide Ukraine enhanced defensive capabilities as part of our effort to help Ukraine build […]...

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