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    Utilities Cautioned About Potential for a Cyberattack After Ukraine’s
    Mar01

    Utilities Cautioned About Potential for a Cyberattack After Ukraine’s

    Working remotely, attackers conducted “extensive reconnaissance” of the Ukraine power system’s networks, stole the credentials of operators and learned how to switch off the breakers, plunging more than 225,000 Ukrainians into darkness. …read more Source: The New York...

    Russia and Ukraine urged to live up to 2015 peace agreement
    Mar01

    Russia and Ukraine urged to live up to 2015 peace agreement

    UNITED NATIONS — The European security organization expressed deep concern at continuing cease-fire violations in eastern Ukraine on Monday and urged the Russian and Ukrainian governments to live up to their commitments in the peace agreement they signed a year ago. Addressing the UN Security Council as the current chair of the Organization for...

    Chinese envoy calls for political settlement of Ukraine issue
    Mar01

    Chinese envoy calls for political settlement of Ukraine issue

    A Chinese envoy to the United Nations Monday highlighted the importance of political settlement in solving the Ukraine issue and called for support from the international community. …read more Source: China Internet Information...

    German foreign minister voices ‘deep concern’ over Ukraine ceasefire violations
    Mar01

    German foreign minister voices ‘deep concern’ over Ukraine ceasefire violations

    Frank-Walter Steinmeier has addressed the UN Security Council as the current chair of the OSCE, telling members that both Ukraine and Russia need to fulfill commitments made under the Minsk peace agreement. …read more Source:...

    Now Is Not the Time for Europe to Lose Faith
    Mar01

    Now Is Not the Time for Europe to Lose Faith

    Despite all the focus in Europe on refugees, terrorism and Brexit, there is one region which still requires the attention of both European elite as well as its society — Eastern Europe. We are at risk of losing our focus in the region, and this could hurt countries that are attempting to finally shed their Soviet heritage. As the most...

    OSCE Chief Calls For Trust-Building To End Crises In East Ukraine
    Feb29

    OSCE Chief Calls For Trust-Building To End Crises In East Ukraine

    The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) says it remains “deeply concerned” over continuing cease-fire violations in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Hackers Caused Mass Blackout, US Officials Say
    Feb29

    Hackers Caused Mass Blackout, US Officials Say

    Report: Blackout for 225K people in Ukraine linked to “cyber intrusions.” …read more Source: ABC...

    Russia and Ukraine urged to live up to 2015 peace agreement
    Feb29

    Russia and Ukraine urged to live up to 2015 peace agreement

    UNITED NATIONS (AP) ” The European security organization is expressing deep concern at continuing cease-fire violations in eastern Ukraine and is urging the Russian and Ukrainian governments to live up to their commitments in the… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    Russia and Ukraine urged to live up to 2015 peace agreement
    Feb29

    Russia and Ukraine urged to live up to 2015 peace agreement

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    Ukraine to Seek Extradition of Bulgarian National for Fighting Alongside Pro-Russian Rebels
    Feb29

    Ukraine to Seek Extradition of Bulgarian National for Fighting Alongside Pro-Russian Rebels

    Ukraine plans to seek the extradition of Bulgarian national Georgi Bliznakov from Bulgaria over suspected participation in a battalion of pro-Russian rebels fighting government forces in Donbas region, Sofia-based bTV broadcaster reported on Monday. Bliznakov came under the spotlight in Bulgaria as one of several thugs who beat a car driver in a...