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    Turkey: No need for us to impose sanctions on Moscow
    Feb13

    Turkey: No need for us to impose sanctions on Moscow

    There is no need for Turkey to participate in imposing sanctions on Moscow, the country’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said yesterday. In an exclusive statement to the German weekly newspaper Die Zeit, Cavusoglu pointed out that his country had declared from the beginning that it would not participate in imposing sanctions on Russia,...

    Ukraine death toll grows after fragile peace deal signed
    Feb13

    Ukraine death toll grows after fragile peace deal signed

    Three civilians and eight soldiers have been killed in fighting in east Ukraine in the past 24 hours, government and rebel officials said Feb. 13, a day afer a peace deal was inked to end the conflict. …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    Even with Turkish Stream, Russia can’t avoid sending gas via Ukraine
    Feb13

    Even with Turkish Stream, Russia can’t avoid sending gas via Ukraine

    By Barbara Lewis, Nina Chestney and Katya Golubkova Russia’s plan to cut out Ukraine as a gas transit route is unrealistic because the EU will seek non-Russian gas rather than build the links it would need to Moscow’s proposed new pipeline to Turkey, industry sources and analysts say. Last year, as violence flared in eastern Ukraine...

    Even with Turkish Stream, Russia can’t avoid sending gas via Ukraine
    Feb13

    Even with Turkish Stream, Russia can’t avoid sending gas via Ukraine

    – Russia’s plan to cut out Ukraine as a gas transit route is unrealistic because the EU will seek non-Russian gas rather than build the links it would need to Moscow’s proposed new pipeline to Turkey, industry sources and analysts say.Last year, as violence flared in eastern Ukraine and Moscow faced new sanctions, President...

    Europe warns Russia over Ukraine deal
    Feb13

    Europe warns Russia over Ukraine deal

    ‘If it works well we would be very happy to go with the agreement. If there are difficulties we wouldn’t rule out other sanctions’ …read more Source: Gulf...

    Eight Ukrainian servicemen killed in past 24 hours despite peace deal
    Feb13

    Eight Ukrainian servicemen killed in past 24 hours despite peace deal

    By Richard Balmforth Eight Ukrainian service personnel have been killed and 34 wounded in fighting against separatists in eastern Ukraine in the past 24 hours, a Kiev military spokesman said on Friday, despite a four-power peace deal worked out in Belarus. “In the Donbass (eastern Ukraine), this night was not a calm one. The enemy shelled...

    11 killed in Ukraine fighting in past 24 hours: official
    Feb13

    11 killed in Ukraine fighting in past 24 hours: official

    Three civilians and eight soldiers have been killed in fighting in east Ukraine in the past 24 hours, government and rebel officials said Feb. 13, a day afer a peace deal was inked to end the conflict. …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    New shelling in eastern Ukraine after peace summit
    Feb13

    New shelling in eastern Ukraine after peace summit

    More to this story New shelling in rebel-held eastern Ukraine has killed at least one person, a day after Russia and European leaders agreed on a ceasefire deal aimed at ending the 10-month war. The continuing fighting between government forces and pro-Russian rebels occurred early on Friday in the cities of Donetsk and Luhansk, local residents...

    Liberman Tells Ukraine ‘We’re Close to You’
    Feb13

    Liberman Tells Ukraine ‘We’re Close to You’

    In meeting with Ukrainian PM and parliament chariman, FM advances idea of free trade zone, notes Israel has 400,000 Ukrainian Jews. …read more Source: Arutz...

    Eight Ukrainian servicemen killed in past 24 hours despite peace deal
    Feb13

    Eight Ukrainian servicemen killed in past 24 hours despite peace deal

    …read more Source: The Jerusalem...

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