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    NATO Chief Sees No ‘Imminent Threat’ In Russia War Games
    Sep07

    NATO Chief Sees No ‘Imminent Threat’ In Russia War Games

    NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg has said he sees no “imminent threat” from Russia’s upcoming military maneuvers with Belarus, but criticized Moscow for not being more open about the drills. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Business News in Brief: Migrant stowaways on DFDS ferry left in limbo
    Sep07

    Business News in Brief: Migrant stowaways on DFDS ferry left in limbo

    For five weeks now, the Danish shipping company DFDS has found itself in a legal stalemate regarding 12 migrants that stowed away on a ferry between Turkey and Ukraine. The stowaways are at present locked in their cabins because it has not been possible to find a country to take them and because they could be a potential danger to themselves or...

    NATO Chief Sees No ‘Imminent Threat’ In Russia War Games
    Sep07

    NATO Chief Sees No ‘Imminent Threat’ In Russia War Games

    NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg has said he sees no “imminent threat” from Russia’s upcoming military maneuvers with Belarus, but criticized Moscow for not being more open about the drills. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Nato accuses Russia of blocking observation of massive war game
    Sep07

    Nato accuses Russia of blocking observation of massive war game

    Kremlin ‘failing in its obligations’ by saying only three experts can attend as 100,000 troops mobilise on EU’s eastern borderRussia has been accused by the head of Nato of blocking the alliance from properly observing next week’s Zapad military exercises, when about 100,000 Russian troops are expected to mobilise on the...

    Contact group on Ukraine to reconvene in Minsk on 20 September
    Sep07

    Contact group on Ukraine to reconvene in Minsk on 20 September

    Martin Sajdik said: “After the summer break and the beginning of the new academic year I feel that the trilateral contact group has decided to give a new impulse to our work to guarantee an autumn as calm as possible to the civilians. Our next session will be held here on 20 September.” …read more Source:...

    School armistice in Ukraine’s Donbass reduces ceasefire violations
    Sep07

    School armistice in Ukraine’s Donbass reduces ceasefire violations

    “I am pleased to note that thanks to these efforts and, certainly, the so-called harvest armistice this year we’ve managed to avoid a repeat of the hot summer of 2015 and 2016,” stated the OSCE’s special representative. …read more Source:...

    School armistice in Ukraine’s Donbass reduces ceasefire violations
    Sep07

    School armistice in Ukraine’s Donbass reduces ceasefire violations

    “I am pleased to note that thanks to these efforts and, certainly, the so-called harvest armistice this year we’ve managed to avoid a repeat of the hot summer of 2015 and 2016,” stated the OSCE’s special representative. …read more Source:...

    Explainer: Does Putin’s Peacekeeper Proposal For Ukraine Have Any Merit?
    Sep07

    Explainer: Does Putin’s Peacekeeper Proposal For Ukraine Have Any Merit?

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has proposed sending a UN peacekeeping force into the conflict zone in eastern Ukraine. But is the idea new or even viable and could it help ease or end the conflict there? …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    ‘I want to bring up a warrior’: Ukraine’s far-right children’s camp – video
    Sep06

    ‘I want to bring up a warrior’: Ukraine’s far-right children’s camp – video

    In Ukraine, the far-right Azov militia is fighting on the frontline – and running a summer camp for children. The Guardian visited the camp and followed 16-year-old Anton through his experiences. Is Azov really a modern Hitler Youth organisation, or is it trying to prepare young Ukrainians for the tough reality that awaits them? …...

    Opportunity for civil society leaders from Eastern Neighbourhood – apply now
    Sep06

    Opportunity for civil society leaders from Eastern Neighbourhood – apply now

    Young civil society leaders from the six Eastern Neighbourhood countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine) are invited to apply for the Eastern Partnership Civil Society fellowship programme and increase their leadership capacity. Supported by Eastern Partnership Civil … …read more Source:...