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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Kiev angry at Belgrade after ruling party MPs visit Crimea
    Mar17

    Kiev angry at Belgrade after ruling party MPs visit Crimea

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine has condemned the visit of a group of Serbian Assembly members (“people’s deputies”) to Crimea.Kiev also summoned the Serbian ambassador to Ukraine and asked him to provide “explanations regarding the matter.” …read more Source:...

    Trade war drives fresh wedge between Ukraine and rebels
    Mar17

    Trade war drives fresh wedge between Ukraine and rebels

    The sudden collapse in trade ties between the two sides has sparked fears among Kiev’s Western allies that it will now be even harder to make peace in Ukraine, with a European-brokered plan to end the conflict long stalled. …read more Source: World...

    Trade war drives fresh wedge between Ukraine and rebels (AFP)
    Mar17

    Trade war drives fresh wedge between Ukraine and rebels (AFP)

    Donetsk (Ukraine) (AFP) – It was always an uncomfortable paradox for Ukraine’s warring sides: while Kiev and Russian-backed rebels battled each other for nearly three years, trade kept flowing across the frontline. …read more Source: The West...

    Kremlin says Ukraine cuts off rebel east with its own hands
    Mar17

    Kremlin says Ukraine cuts off rebel east with its own hands

    The Kremlin says that Ukraine is ruining its own territorial integrity with a blockade of rebel regions in the east …read more Source: ABC...

    Skano finalizes sale of Ukrainian retail subsidiary
    Mar17

    Skano finalizes sale of Ukrainian retail subsidiary

    The listed Estonian furniture and fiberboard maker Skano Group announced on Friday that it has finalized the sale of its Ukrainian retail subsidiary TOV Skano Ukraina to a company with Estonian capital operating in Ukraine, writes LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    New Canadian men’s soccer coach Octavio Zambrano comes with experience and style
    Mar17

    New Canadian men’s soccer coach Octavio Zambrano comes with experience and style

    TORONTO — Octavio Zambrano watched the 2006 World Cup as a fan, opting to mix in some travelling once his native Ecuador was knocked out by a David Beckham free kick. He eventually decided on Denmark over Finland and Sweden and ended up in a Copenhagen cafe watching the Ukraine-Italy quarter-final. It was there he met his wife, a Russian who was...

    Ukraine halts cargo traffic with the occupied Donbas
    Mar17

    Ukraine halts cargo traffic with the occupied Donbas

    KYIV – Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council halted the flow of road and rail cargo traffic in the occupied Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts, following a decision during an ad hoc meeting on March 15. The measure also ordered the Security Service of Ukraine (known as the SBU) to probe the banks that have capital […] …read more...

    Russian Embassy implicated in campaign to discredit Minister Chrystia Freeland
    Mar17

    Russian Embassy implicated in campaign to discredit Minister Chrystia Freeland

    OTTAWA – The day after Chrystia Freeland was appointed Canadian foreign affairs minister in January, the Russian Embassy in Ottawa contacted a member of the Canadian Parliamentary Press Gallery with information about her late Ukrainian maternal grandfather, Michael Chomiak. Justin Ling, features editor of VICE News Canada, told The Ukrainian...

    Advocates promote Ukraine issues on Capitol Hill
    Mar17

    Advocates promote Ukraine issues on Capitol Hill

    WASHINGTON – Nearly four dozen Ukrainian Americans representing New Jersey, the District of Columbia, New York, Illinois, Virginia, Connecticut, Ohio, Florida, Pennsylvania, Colorado, North Carolina, Washington state and Michigan convened in Washington on Wednesday and Thursday, March 8-9, for the first in a planned series of Ukrainian Days...

    At The Hague, Ukraine accuses Russia of terrorism, discrimination
    Mar17

    At The Hague, Ukraine accuses Russia of terrorism, discrimination

    On the first day of hearings into its case against Russia at the International Court of Justice, Ukraine presented a weight of arguments and examples to back its accusations against Russia over its annexation of Crimea and gross violations of human rights under occupation, and over its financing of terrorism in the Donbas. While Russia […]...