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    Moscow Lists Crimean Journalists, Activists As ‘Terrorists’ And ‘Extremists’
    Jul12

    Moscow Lists Crimean Journalists, Activists As ‘Terrorists’ And ‘Extremists’

    Authorities in Moscow have listed 22 people who were born on Ukraine’s Crimea Peninsula as “terrorists and extremists.” …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Matthew Fisher: Trudeau the reluctant cold warrior salutes Canadian soldiers at close of Ukrainian visit
    Jul12

    Matthew Fisher: Trudeau the reluctant cold warrior salutes Canadian soldiers at close of Ukrainian visit

    YAVORIV, Ukraine — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s whirlwind five-day visit to Eastern Europe ended Tuesday amid the staccato bursts of assault weapons and heavy machine guns and the thwack and smoke from an explosion as Ukrainian troops accompanied by Canadian mentors from Quebec’s storied Royal 22nd Regiment — the Vandoos — charged...

    Putin Ally Belarus ‘Not Threatened’ By NATO Reinforcement
    Jul12

    Putin Ally Belarus ‘Not Threatened’ By NATO Reinforcement

    Russia’s ally Belarus has dismissed suggestions the NATO reinforcement in the Baltics and Poland is a threat to its security, despite bordering two of the four countries involved. The plan to rotate four NATO battalions through Poland, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia has prompted much concern in Moscow, where state officials have voiced...

    As soon as there is no settlement to the Abkhazia and South Ossetia issue, Reasoning will always be found for Georgia not to become a NATO member country: Tevan Poghosyan
    Jul12

    As soon as there is no settlement to the Abkhazia and South Ossetia issue, Reasoning will always be found for Georgia not to become a NATO member country: Tevan Poghosyan

    “A few important issues have been settled at Warsaw NATO Summit. First, NATO is deploying armed forces in Baltic countries and in Poland, which was also planned before. Poland and Baltic countries are becoming full NATO member countries. The verbal veto, which Russia had regarding this issue, was eliminated. Second, the fact, that it has been...

    NATO-Russia Council: From High Hopes To Broken Dreams
    Jul12

    NATO-Russia Council: From High Hopes To Broken Dreams

    The NATO-Russia Council began as a promising effort to bury the Cold War past, but it has been on a downhill slide for the better part of a decade. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Canadian PM Trudeau Visits Troops In Ukraine
    Jul12

    Canadian PM Trudeau Visits Troops In Ukraine

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited Canadian troops on July 12 near Lviv, where they are helping to train their Ukrainian counterparts. (RFE/RL’s Ukrainian Service) …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Kyiv Strips Novaya Gazeta Reporter’s Credentials To Work In Eastern Ukraine
    Jul12

    Kyiv Strips Novaya Gazeta Reporter’s Credentials To Work In Eastern Ukraine

    Kyiv has stripped the military accreditation of a reporter with Russia’s independent Novaya Gazeta newspaper, alleging she revealed the positions of Ukrainian government troops that are fighting Russia-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Minister of Foreign Affairs of Armenia participated in the Eastern Partnership Informal Dialogue Meeting of the Foreign Ministers
    Jul12

    Minister of Foreign Affairs of Armenia participated in the Eastern Partnership Informal Dialogue Meeting of the Foreign Ministers

    On July 11, in Kyiv, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Armenia participated in the Eastern Partnership Informal Dialogue Meeting of the Foreign Ministers, attended by Johannes Hahn, the Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations, and Helga Schmidt, Deputy … …read more Source:...

    Trudeau visits Canadian troops in Ukraine
    Jul12

    Trudeau visits Canadian troops in Ukraine

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and son Xavier stand on the podium in front of an honour guard as they arrive at the International Peacekeeping and Security Centre near Yavoriv, Ukraine Tuesday July 12, 2016. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld LVIV, Ukraine — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau thanked Canadian soldiers on Tuesday for their role in training...

    Chronicle of unprecedented activation of Karabagh talks: UIC
    Jul12

    Chronicle of unprecedented activation of Karabagh talks: UIC

    Lately the negotiation process over Nagorno Karabagh conflict regulation seems to have entered an entirely new and much larger-scale stage. An attestation of this claim is the fact that the topic of Karabagh conflict is addressed during telephone conversations and meetings between representatives of superpowers. And Armenia and Azerbaijan are...