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    Framework agreement on separating warring sides in Ukraine hailed as leap forward
    Sep21

    Framework agreement on separating warring sides in Ukraine hailed as leap forward

    “It is a big and important step forward. The leaders of Russia and Ukraine as well as Germany and France have been looking forward to it. I think not only those countries,” said Martin Sajdik. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine, Russia eager to discuss restoration of power lines in conflict zone
    Sep21

    Ukraine, Russia eager to discuss restoration of power lines in conflict zone

    Martin Sajdik said: “Last time I said that top officials of the Ukrainian and Russian energy ministries were supposed to meet today. The meeting didn’t happen, unfortunately. But the sides have confirmed their resolution to meet soon.” …read more Source:...

    Ukraine, separatists agree troop withdrawals in three hot spots
    Sep21

    Ukraine, separatists agree troop withdrawals in three hot spots

    MINSK (Reuters) – Ukraine and Russian-backed separatists agreed on Wednesday to withdraw troops from three small towns on the front line in eastern Ukraine, a pilot de-escalation project that is part of the latest push to get a much-violated ceasefire to stick. …read more Source:...

    The Siloviki Coup in Russia
    Sep21

    The Siloviki Coup in Russia

    On the evening of July 15th, international media started broadcasting footage from Istanbul. Tanks were in the streets blocking major roads and communication facilities, and jets were flying overhead. It looked like a coup, and hours later was declared to be a coup attempt by Turkey’s military. By the time the sun had risen over the...

    Ukraine, separatists agree troop withdrawals in three hot spots
    Sep21

    Ukraine, separatists agree troop withdrawals in three hot spots

    Ukraine and Russian-backed separatists agreed on Wednesday to withdraw troops from three small towns on the front line in eastern Ukraine, a pilot de-escalation project that is part of the latest push to get a much-violated ceasefire to stick. …read more Source: Channel...

    OSCE, Russia, Ukraine sign framework agreement on separating forces
    Sep21

    OSCE, Russia, Ukraine sign framework agreement on separating forces

    The agreement provides for de-escalation along the contact line and enables conditions prohibitive to small-arms fire. The framework agreement also provides for the full execution of the trilateral contact group’s previous agreements on withdrawing weapons with the caliber of less than 100mm away from the contact line. …read more...

    Ukraine, separatists agree troop withdrawals in three hot spots
    Sep21

    Ukraine, separatists agree troop withdrawals in three hot spots

    Ukraine and Russian-backed separatists agreed on Wednesday to withdraw troops from three small towns on the front line in eastern Ukraine, a pilot de-escalation project that is part of the latest push to get a much-violated ceasefire to stick. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Ukraine, separatists agree troop withdrawals in three hot spots
    Sep21

    Ukraine, separatists agree troop withdrawals in three hot spots

    MINSK (Reuters) – Ukraine and Russian-backed separatists agreed on Wednesday to withdraw troops from three small towns on the front line in eastern Ukraine, a pilot de-escalation project that is part of the latest push to get a much-violated ceasefire to stick. …read more Source: The...

    Lithuania Recalls Moscow Defense Attache Over ‘Russian Wife’
    Sep21

    Lithuania Recalls Moscow Defense Attache Over ‘Russian Wife’

    Lithuania has recalled its military envoy to Russia after citing a “change in familial circumstances” reportedly involving a Russian wife. Lieutenant-Colonel Saulius Pikturna was promoted to the prestigious office of defense attache, at Lithuania’s Moscow embassy earlier this year, however the country’s Ministry of Defense has...

    31 more countries ratify Paris climate pact, including Argentina and Brazil
    Sep21

    31 more countries ratify Paris climate pact, including Argentina and Brazil

    NEW YORK CITY – Thirty-one more countries formally joined the Paris climate agreement on Wednesday, doubling the number of those who had previously ratified the document, and bringing it well past one of the the thresholds needed for implementation. But in order for the agreement to go into effect, the countries need to account for at least 55...