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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Obama, Putin hold phone conversation on Nagorno Karabakh, Ukraine, Syria
    Jul07

    Obama, Putin hold phone conversation on Nagorno Karabakh, Ukraine, Syria

    The Kremlin added Obama praises Russia’s effort on Nagorno-Karabakh settlement. …read more Source:...

    Obama, Putin discuss Karabakh, Syria, Ukraine
    Jul07

    Obama, Putin discuss Karabakh, Syria, Ukraine

    White House says two leaders committed to defeating Daesh; Kremlin contends they agreed on military coordination in Syria …read more Source: Anadolu...

    EU Rejects Changes In Ukraine Association Pact For Dutch Voters
    Jul07

    EU Rejects Changes In Ukraine Association Pact For Dutch Voters

    The European Union will not make any changes in its association agreement with Ukraine to address Dutch voters’ concerns, but may issue a declaration clarifying that the agreement brings Ukraine no cl …read more Source: Big News...

    ‘Suwalki Gap’ key to NATO’s eastern flank security
    Jul07

    ‘Suwalki Gap’ key to NATO’s eastern flank security

    WARSAW: Lakes, forest and villages dot the rolling hills along Poland’s 65-kilometre (40-mile) stretch of border with Lithuania, but for NATO’s top brass, this bucolic landscape gives cause for sleepless nights. Sandwiched between Russia’s highly militarized Kaliningrad exclave and Belarus, strategists dub the idyllic stretch of...

    Obama, Putin discuss Syria, Ukraine ahead of NATO summit
    Jul07

    Obama, Putin discuss Syria, Ukraine ahead of NATO summit

    President Barack Obama spoke over the phone with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on the situation in Syria and Ukraine, ahead of the NATO Summit. Ahead of the NATO summit, President Barack Obama spoke over the phone with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on the situation in Syria and Ukraine, in addition to IS, the White House said...

    Kazakhstan Continues Multi-Vector Foreign Policy in Conflict Resolution around the World
    Jul07

    Kazakhstan Continues Multi-Vector Foreign Policy in Conflict Resolution around the World

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. We have all experienced how uncomfortable it can be when mutual friends are in conflict. No matter how trivial the dispute, life becomes more difficult as you yourself get stuck in the middle between people you like and respect. The best you can do is try to...

    Obama to travel to Poland, Spain to attend NATO Summit
    Jul07

    Obama to travel to Poland, Spain to attend NATO Summit

    In addition to attending the NATO Summit at Warsaw in Poland, Obama would also meet the Ukrainian president along with leaders of the UK, Germany, France, and Italy. US President Barack Obama heads to Europe this week, possibly his last European visit, that would take him to Poland and Spain where he would attend the NATO summit and hold meetings...

    EU Rejects Changes In Ukraine Association Pact For Dutch Voters
    Jul07

    EU Rejects Changes In Ukraine Association Pact For Dutch Voters

    The European Union will not make any changes in its association agreement with Ukraine to address Dutch voters’ concerns, but may issue a declaration clarifying that the agreement brings Ukraine no closer to membership, EU diplomats said. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    NATO Head Applauds Canada’s Decision to Join Effort in Eastern Europe
    Jul07

    NATO Head Applauds Canada’s Decision to Join Effort in Eastern Europe

    OTTAWA—The head of NATO has praised Canada for agreeing to take a leadership role in the standoff with Russia, even as new figures show Canadian defence spending has fallen to record lows. Ottawa announced last week that Canada would join Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States in leading a 4,000-strong NATO force in Eastern Europe....

    Three astronauts blast off for ISS in upgraded Soyuz craft
    Jul07

    Three astronauts blast off for ISS in upgraded Soyuz craft

    BAIKONUR, Kazakhstan: Three astronauts blasted off into the early morning sky in an upgraded Soyuz spacecraft from Russia’s Baikonur cosmodrome Thursday, heading towards the International Space Station. First-time astronauts Kathleen Rubins of NASA and Takuya Onishi of the Japanese space agency set off for a four-month mission at the ISS...