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    Newly appointed Ambassador of Moldova to Armenia delivers credentials to President Sargsyan
    Sep23

    Newly appointed Ambassador of Moldova to Armenia delivers credentials to President Sargsyan

    Newly appointed Ambassador of Moldova to Armenia Ruslan Bolbocean (residence in Kiev) delivered his credentials to President of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan on September 23. …read more Source:...

    Turkey does not recognize Russian elections in Crimea
    Sep23

    Turkey does not recognize Russian elections in Crimea

    Russia’s recent parliamentary elections in occupied Crimea not legitimate, foreign ministry says …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Netherlands Unlikely To Sign Ukraine Treaty, Prime Minister Warns
    Sep23

    Netherlands Unlikely To Sign Ukraine Treaty, Prime Minister Warns

    The Netherlands is unlikely to ratify an EU treaty with Ukraine that Dutch voters roundly rejected in a referendum earlier in the year, its prime minister says. “I think that ultimately we will not ratify [the agreement],” Prime Minister Mark Rutte told MPs on Thursday, the Financial Times reported. In April, a referendum on the deal, aimed at...

    Belarus ready to provide support to OSCE efforts to settle conflict in Ukraine
    Sep23

    Belarus ready to provide support to OSCE efforts to settle conflict in Ukraine

    The meeting was held at the invitation of Germany as the chair of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe in 2016. …read more Source:...

    Government told to make up its mind on Ukraine treaty
    Sep23

    Government told to make up its mind on Ukraine treaty

    MPs have told the government it must come with a formal reaction to the result of April’s referendum on the… …read more Source:...

    The west looks on as corruption and bigotry rule in the ‘new Ukraine’
    Sep23

    The west looks on as corruption and bigotry rule in the ‘new Ukraine’

    The country desperately needs peace and national reconciliation. Only this way can it become an asset for Europe, not a burdenTwo years ago, the west looked at Ukraine with enthusiasm. These days, the sentiments are closer to despair and fatigue.My country has not had the European breakthrough that was promised. Those who came to power in Kiev to...

    Heroes in Rio, Ukraine’s disabled struggle at home
    Sep23

    Heroes in Rio, Ukraine’s disabled struggle at home

    KIEV – A group of children stand by a swimming pool in Kiev clutching their goggles and dreaming of emulating the heroes they just watched scoop medals at the Paralympic Games in Rio. …read more Source: Bangkok...

    In New York, Kazakh FM Promotes Security Initiatives, Discusses UNSC Role
    Sep23

    In New York, Kazakh FM Promotes Security Initiatives, Discusses UNSC Role

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan Erlan Idrissov participated in the 71st Session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York, taking part in the opening session of the general debates, as well as multilateral events and bilateral meetings...

    How Trump Could Win the Debate
    Sep23

    How Trump Could Win the Debate

    Hillary Clinton will almost certainly win Monday night’s epic presidential debate on points — and still could lose.It’s hard to see how Clinton, who has marinated in public policy for 30 years and is preparing for the debate like it is the invasion of Normandy, won’t best Donald Trump on substance.Her strength in this area...

    Message of YES conference: Ukraine cannot rely solely on Western support
    Sep23

    Message of YES conference: Ukraine cannot rely solely on Western support

    Kyiv must act on improving how the country is run KYIV – Last year, foreign technocrats and Western-educated Ukrainians represented the government at the annual Yalta European Strategy, the pre-eminent event that gathers high-profile officials and business leaders to discuss the country’s place in a constantly changing world. This year,...