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    Putin agrees to broaden proposed U.N. Ukraine mission
    Sep12

    Putin agrees to broaden proposed U.N. Ukraine mission

    Russia’s President Vladimir Putin on Monday agreed to widen the terms for a proposed U.N. force to protect observers monitoring the conflict in eastern Ukraine, but his proposal… …read more Source: Japan...

    Statement օn urging Russian Federation to stop supply of Arms to Karabakh Conflict Zone
    Sep11

    Statement օn urging Russian Federation to stop supply of Arms to Karabakh Conflict Zone

    We have repeatedly underscored the inadmissibility of arms race in the Karabakh conflict zone, which contradicts the OSCE principles of peaceful resolution of conflicts. According to our estimates, in the past 4 years, 2014-2017 at least 50% of the total deaths in the armed forces on the Armenian side only are caused by ceasefire violations....

    Statement օn urging Russian Federation to stop supply of Arms to Karabakh Conflict Zone
    Sep11

    Statement օn urging Russian Federation to stop supply of Arms to Karabakh Conflict Zone

    We have repeatedly underscored the inadmissibility of arms race in the Karabakh conflict zone, which contradicts the OSCE principles of peaceful resolution of conflicts. According to our estimates, in the past 4 years, 2014-2017 at least 50% of the total deaths in the armed forces on the Armenian side only are caused by ceasefire violations....

    Israeli blogger jailed in Azerbaijan pardoned by president
    Sep11

    Israeli blogger jailed in Azerbaijan pardoned by president

    JERUSALEM (JTA) — The president of Azerbaijan has pardoned an Israeli blogger who was sentenced to three years in prison in Azerbaijan for illegally entering Nagorno-Karabakh. Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev signed the pardon on Monday for Alexander Lapshin and it went into effect immediately, Haaretz reported. In July, Lapshin, 40, who also...

    Crimean Tatar leader jailed for stirring anti-Russia protests
    Sep11

    Crimean Tatar leader jailed for stirring anti-Russia protests

    A court in Crimea handed down a prison sentence of eight years Monday to a Crimean Tatar leader, Ahtem Chiygoz, found guilty of stirring up mass disorder, his lawyer told Reuters. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Bulgarians join NATO exercise in Ukraine
    Sep11

    Bulgarians join NATO exercise in Ukraine

    Twenty-five military from the Land Forces of Bulgaria are in Ukraine to take part in the Rapid Trident 2017 NATO exercise. Other countries to have joined the exercise include USA, Canada, Estonia, Italy Georgia, Lithuania, Moldova, Norway, Poland, Turkey and Great Britain. The exercise aims to achieve full interoperability between the units...

    Crimean Tatar Leader Sentenced To Eight Years In Prison

    A court in Ukraine’s Russian-controlled Crimea region has sentenced a prominent Crimean Tatar leader, Akhtem Chiygoz, to eight years in prison. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Saakashvili Enters Ukraine Forcefully, Authorities Launch Investigation
    Sep11

    Saakashvili Enters Ukraine Forcefully, Authorities Launch Investigation

    The former Georgian president lost his Ukrainian citizenship in late July. …read more Source:...

    Former governor Mikheil Saakashvili ‘forces entry’ to Ukraine
    Sep11

    Former governor Mikheil Saakashvili ‘forces entry’ to Ukraine

    …read more Source: AKIpress News Agency

    Former governor Mikheil Saakashvili ‘forces entry’ to Ukraine
    Sep11

    Former governor Mikheil Saakashvili ‘forces entry’ to Ukraine

    …read more Source: AKIpress News Agency