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    Flights canceled for military drills in Russia’s south
    Sep07

    Flights canceled for military drills in Russia’s south

    Russian airline companies have cancelled dozens of flights and four airports are planning brief closures as Russia hosts massive military exercises in the south and the annexed Crimean peninsula. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Flights Canceled for Military Drills in Russia’s South
    Sep07

    Flights Canceled for Military Drills in Russia’s South

    Russian airline companies have cancelled dozens of flights and four airports are planning brief closures as Russia hosts massive military exercise in the south and the annexed Crimean peninsula …read more Source: ABC...

    Flights canceled for military drills in Russia’s south
    Sep07

    Flights canceled for military drills in Russia’s south

    Russian airline companies have cancelled dozens of flights and four airports are planning brief closures as Russia hosts massive military exercises in the south and the annexed Crimean peninsula. …read more Source: FOX...

    Russia frees Crimea Tatar activist Umerov from psychiatric hospital
    Sep07

    Russia frees Crimea Tatar activist Umerov from psychiatric hospital

    Authorities in Russian-annexed Crimea Wednesday released prominent Crimean Tatar activist Ilmi Umerov from a psychiatric hospital, where he was forcibly detained for three weeks as he faces extremism charges. …read more Source: The Daily...

    New Sanctions Weaken Russia and EEU Member Countries Even More: Belarusian Political Scientist
    Sep07

    New Sanctions Weaken Russia and EEU Member Countries Even More: Belarusian Political Scientist

    “Weakening of West-Russia tension shouldn’t even be touched upon,” Valery Karbalevich, Belarusian political scientist, political commentator of Radio Liberty’s Belarusian service, told 168.am, reflecting to new sanctions imposed by the USA against Russia and perspectives for EEU. U.S. Department of Commerce expanded the list of...

    German, French foreign minister to head to Ukraine next week
    Sep07

    German, French foreign minister to head to Ukraine next week

    German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier Wednesday said he would travel to Ukraine with his French counterpart next week to discuss if, and when, broader Normandy format talks that also include Russia could be scheduled. …read more Source: The Daily...

    OSCE considering new approaches to Minsk talks on Ukraine
    Sep07

    OSCE considering new approaches to Minsk talks on Ukraine

    This issue has been discussed at today’s meeting of the contact group. It will also be raised at a meeting between Ambassador Martin Sajdik and Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergei Lavrov in Moscow. …read more Source:...

    Security situation in conflict zone in Ukraine on the mend
    Sep07

    Security situation in conflict zone in Ukraine on the mend

    Martin Sajdik said: “One can say that sun shines upon our negotiations. Representatives of several areas in Donetsk Oblast and Lugansk Oblast unanimously agreed that the security situation has improved considerably thanks to the silence regime, which is observed as from the beginning of the academic year.” …read more Source:...

    Sajdik to meet with Lavrov to discuss Russia’s vision of future of Ukraine talks
    Sep07

    Sajdik to meet with Lavrov to discuss Russia’s vision of future of Ukraine talks

    I should say that this will be my first visit to Moscow in over a year. I would like to hear Russia’s vision for the future of our efforts and my own work, Martin Sajdik said. …read more Source:...

    More Lost Opportunities to Diminish the New Cold War
    Sep07

    More Lost Opportunities to Diminish the New Cold War

    Stephen F. CohenObama rejects a partnership with Russia against ISIS in Syria and reneges on his own proposals to reduce nuclear dangers while Ukraine’s President Poroshenko reneges on an agreement to end the Ukrainian civil war. …read more Source: The...