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Section: Periodico26 (Cuba)

    Half of Russians Willing to Live Under Sanctions
    Mar19

    Half of Russians Willing to Live Under Sanctions

    Moscow.- Fifty-nine percent of Russians are willing to live under the regime of unilateral sanctions of the West, before changing in some way the foreign policy of his country with respect to Ukraine, revealed a poll in the capital today. Seventy-six percent of those polled believe that Russia does not need to fight for the lifting of...

    Putin and Trump Could Meet at Hamburg G-20 Summit
    Mar14

    Putin and Trump Could Meet at Hamburg G-20 Summit

    Moscow.- Russian president, Vladimir Putin and his United States peer, Donald Trump, could meet next July at the Summit of the Group of 20 (G-20) in Hamburg, the Kremlin indicated. If we could not agree on meeting at an earlier date, the first meeting between Putin and Trump could take place as part of the summnit of the G-20, only forum where...

    Donetsk Decries Massive Attack of Ukrainian Troops
    Feb20

    Donetsk Decries Massive Attack of Ukrainian Troops

    Kiev, Ukraine.- The self-proclaimed Donetsk Republic denounced today denounced the bombardment at least 30 localities by Ukrainian troops, while a four-hour truce was agreed in the city of Avdeevka. In addition, the Ukrainian armed forces tried, with two squads supported by mortars, to make their way in the villages of Opitni and Peski, where...

    Ukraine: High Tension & Low Temperatures
    Feb15

    Ukraine: High Tension & Low Temperatures

    It’s February, and exactly as was the case three years ago, events in Ukraine are making headlines. Guns are again being fired; deaths and injuries are being reported. Low temperatures of below 20o Celsius are affecting the region these days, but they have not lowered tensions in a conflict, which far from nearing a resolution, is...

    Russia Rejects PACE Decision to Consider Illegal State Duma
    Oct19

    Russia Rejects PACE Decision to Consider Illegal State Duma

    Moscow, Russia rejected today the decision of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) to consider illegal the seventh Legislature of the State Duma for having deputies elected in Crimea. …read more Source:...

    Crimean Authorities Report ISIS Training Camps in Southern Ukraine
    Jul30

    Crimean Authorities Report ISIS Training Camps in Southern Ukraine

    Moscow.- The Deputy Prime Minister of the Crimea Ruslan Baalbek stated concentration of Islamic radicals at northern borders of the peninsulain the Kherson region. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine Bombs Donetsk with Heavy Artillery
    May30

    Ukraine Bombs Donetsk with Heavy Artillery

    Kiev.- Ukrainian Armed Forces bombed with heavy artillery the Azotni neighborhood, in the insurgent People’s Republic of Donetsk (RPD), sources from the rebel territory said today. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine Must Include Militiamen in Prisoners” Exchange, Rebels Say
    Jan20

    Ukraine Must Include Militiamen in Prisoners” Exchange, Rebels Say

    Minsk, The representatives of the insurgent People”s Republics of Donetsk (PRD) and Lugansk (PRL) will demand Kiev on Wednesday at the meeting of the Contact Group on Ukraine to include the militiamen in the exchange of prisoners. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian City Receives Russian Gas as Humanitarian Aid
    Jan05

    Ukrainian City Receives Russian Gas as Humanitarian Aid

    Moscow, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak confirmed today the start of gas supplies as humanitarian aid to the Ukrainian port city of Genishensk, in the Sea of Azov, by order of President Vladimir Putin. …read more Source:...

    Normandy Quartet Concerned About Minsk Agreements
    Dec30

    Normandy Quartet Concerned About Minsk Agreements

    Moscow, The leaders of the Quartet of Normandy talked today over the phone about the agreements of Minsk, following a build up of Ukrainian war materiel on the other side of the separation strip. …read more Source:...

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