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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    News Wrap: NATO chief demands Russian troops leave Ukraine
    Jul11

    News Wrap: NATO chief demands Russian troops leave Ukraine

    The post News Wrap: NATO chief demands Russian troops leave Ukraine appeared first on PBS NewsHour. …read more Source:...

    Number of Ukrainians With Positive View Toward Russia Grows by 5% in 3 Months
    Jul11

    Number of Ukrainians With Positive View Toward Russia Grows by 5% in 3 Months

    KIEV (Sputnik) — The report based on the results of the survey stated that the number of Ukrainian citizens who in general had the positive attitude toward Russia had increased from 39 percent to 44 percent in May, compared to the previous survey in February. The report stressed, citing the results of Russia’s non-profit Levada...

    Germany’s Siemens says Russian partner violated Crimea sanctions
    Jul11

    Germany’s Siemens says Russian partner violated Crimea sanctions

    The company said it became an unwitting paw in a scheme to evade sanctions against Russia, The New York Times reports. …read more Source:...

    RCN sends divers to Black Sea exercise, Russia to keep close eye on training
    Jul11

    RCN sends divers to Black Sea exercise, Russia to keep close eye on training

    The Royal Canadian Navy has sent a contingent of 14 personnel comprised of divers and support staff and staff officers from Fleet Diving Unit Atlantic and Maritime Forces Atlantic to support Sea Breeze 2017. Sea Breeze is a multi-national training event in Odessa, Ukraine, led by the United States and Ukraine navies. It takes place from July 10...

    Can Kurt Volker Solve the Ukraine Crisis?
    Jul11

    Can Kurt Volker Solve the Ukraine Crisis?

    Curt Mills Politics, Eurasia Kurt Volker, widely known as a tough-minded and accomplished diplomat, confronts his biggest challenge in working to implement the Minsk agreements. As Donald Trump spoke with Russian president Vladimir Putin in Hamburg late last week, his State Department announced the appointment of a tough-minded former NATO...

    U.S. Navy ships to participate in Black Sea exercises
    Jul11

    U.S. Navy ships to participate in Black Sea exercises

    Two guided-missile ships have arrived at the Ukrainian port city of Odessa July 10 to participate in the Sea Breeze 2017 maritime exercises. …read more Source: United Press...

    Nato backs Ukraine against Russian ‘aggression’
    Jul11

    Nato backs Ukraine against Russian ‘aggression’

    Kiev: Nato chief Jens Stoltenberg pledged support for Ukraine during a visit to Kiev on Monday, as the ex-Soviet republic battles a bloody insurgency by pro-Russian separatists in the east. More than 10,000 people have been killed since a Russian-backed rebellion against the pro-EU government in Kiev erupted in April 2014. Ukraine and the West...

    Ryanair cancels Ukraine plans amid row with Kiev airport
    Jul10

    Ryanair cancels Ukraine plans amid row with Kiev airport

    Irish airline had been planning to fly from Britain, Sweden and Holland to Ukraine …read more Source: The Irish...

    Siemens Says Delivery Of Gas Turbines To Crimea Breaches Deal, Sanctions
    Jul10

    Siemens Says Delivery Of Gas Turbines To Crimea Breaches Deal, Sanctions

    German industrial conglomerate Siemens says that two of its gas turbines originally destined for Russia had been diverted to Crimea without its knowledge. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    US Deploys Advanced Anti-aircraft Missiles in Baltics For First Time
    Jul10

    US Deploys Advanced Anti-aircraft Missiles in Baltics For First Time

    The United States deployed a battery of Patriot long-range anti-aircraft missiles in Lithuania to be used in NATO war games Tuesday — the first time the advanced defense system has been brought to the Baltics where Russia has air superiority. The Patriot battery was brought to the Siauliai military airbase Monday, ahead of the Tobruk Legacy...