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    EU Grants EUR 18 M in Humanitarian Aid for Ukraine
    Feb20

    EU Grants EUR 18 M in Humanitarian Aid for Ukraine

    The European Union has announced that it will allocate EUR 18 M in humanitarian aid for the population that suffered from the war in the eastern regions of Ukraine. At least half of the funds will be …read more Source: Big News...

    New Ceasefire Agreement To Enter Into Force in Ukraine
    Feb20

    New Ceasefire Agreement To Enter Into Force in Ukraine

    A new ceasefire agreement must enter into force in Eastern Ukraine as of Monday, reported BNR. It was negotiated by the foreign ministers of Germany, France, Russia and Ukraine during a meeting at th …read more Source: Big News...

    Ukraine accuses pro-Russia rebels of breaking truce
    Feb20

    Ukraine accuses pro-Russia rebels of breaking truce

    Rebels persistently shelled army positions, killing at least one soldier, according to Ukraine’s military. …read more Source: AL...

    Ceasefire holds in eastern Ukraine
    Feb20

    Ceasefire holds in eastern Ukraine

    Ukraine and pro-Russian separatists respect ceasefire …read more Source:...

    Trump’s Allegiance To Russia Begins With The Oil Industry
    Feb20

    Trump’s Allegiance To Russia Begins With The Oil Industry

    This article was co-written with Kert DaviesAny analysis of Russiagate, and the fateful phone calls between Michael Flynn and Russia’s ambassador to the United States, must address the critical fact that U.S. sanctions on Russia are severely damaging Vladimir Putin’s economic power. In particular, these sanctions ― imposed by Barack...

    Baltic test for arms control in Europe
    Feb20

    Baltic test for arms control in Europe

    Since Russia’s annexation of Crimea in early 2014, its political and military relations with the West have deteriorated sharply. Russian military redeployments, exercises, and threats have increased insecurity across Europe. Nato has responded by increasing its military presence in Central Europe, fuelling fears of encirclement in the...

    Canada set to renew Ukraine military training mission amid Trump fears
    Feb20

    Canada set to renew Ukraine military training mission amid Trump fears

    Canada is set to renew a military mission training Ukrainian troops to confront Russia-backed separatists in the east of Ukraine, despite concerns in Kiev over delays in announcing the extension of the program. The Trudeau cabinet has not yet announced the extension of the two-year-old non-combat mission, dubbed Operation Unifier, which expires...

    Ukrainians Honor Those Killed In Euromaidan Protests
    Feb20

    Ukrainians Honor Those Killed In Euromaidan Protests

    Hundreds of people gathered in central Kyiv on February 20 to commemorate the third anniversary of the bloodiest day of protests that led to the ouster of pro-Russian President Viktor Yanukovych. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ministry of Transport, Communications and IT is ready to assist  Armenia`s communication operators
    Feb20

    Ministry of Transport, Communications and IT is ready to assist  Armenia`s communication operators

    ArmInfo. Ministry of Transport, Communications and IT is ready to contribute to all carriers operating in Armenia, contributing to improve the quality of telecommunications services. On February 20, the Minister of Transport, Communications and IT Vahan Martirosyan said to Beeline CEO in Armenia Andrey Pyatakhin during a visit to the company...

    Germany slams Russia over Ukraine rebel passports
    Feb20

    Germany slams Russia over Ukraine rebel passports

    BERLIN: Germany yesterday criticised as “unacceptable” Russia’s decision to recognise passports issued by separatist rebels in Ukraine’s eastern regions of Lugansk and Donetsk. “The recognition of travel documents of the self-declared, so-called people’s republics of Lugansk and Donetsk undermines the unity of Ukraine,” said...