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    EU says Ukraine at ‘critical juncture’, must stick to reforms
    Feb22

    EU says Ukraine at ‘critical juncture’, must stick to reforms

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Ukraine’s renewed political crisis has left the country at a “critical juncture” but Kiev must stick to necessary reforms, the European Union said on Monday after Kiev’s ruling coalition last week lost its majority in the parliament. …read more Source:...

    Russia wants to fly over US with advanced digital camera
    Feb22

    Russia wants to fly over US with advanced digital camera

    WASHINGTON – Russia will ask permission on Monday to start flying surveillance planes equipped with high-powered digital cameras amid warnings from U.S. intelligence and military officials that such overflights help Moscow collect intelligence on the United States. Russia and the United States are signatories to the Open Skies Treaty, which...

    Uzbekistan revokes additional import duty for Ukrainian goods
    Feb22

    Uzbekistan revokes additional import duty for Ukrainian goods

    On February 18 the Cabinet of Ministers of Uzbekistan adopted a resolution according to which the Government’s resolution “On the introduction of retaliatory measures against the import of goods originating from Ukraine” dated June 20, 2015 invalidated. …read more Source:...

    Crimean Artist Creates Sand Animation about Kazakhstan
    Feb22

    Crimean Artist Creates Sand Animation about Kazakhstan

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. ASTANA – Famous Crimean artist and sand animation performer Kseniya Simonova has dedicated her new film to Kazakhstan, reported Kazpravda.kz on Feb. 9, citing Argumenty I Fakty Crimea. The five-minute film “Astana, My Love” is gaining popularity among Internet...

    Ukraine’s Eurovision song mourns Moscow purge of Crimean Tatars
    Feb22

    Ukraine’s Eurovision song mourns Moscow purge of Crimean Tatars

    A Crimean Tatar who sings about Joseph Stalin’s deportation of hundreds of thousands of people from her Black Sea homeland will represent Ukraine at the Eurovision song contest, two years after Russia annexed the territory. …read more Source: Channel...

    Usackas: Ukraine under double magnifying glass
    Feb22

    Usackas: Ukraine under double magnifying glass

    The European Union’s Ambassador to Russia Vygaudas Usackas says that Ukraine’s procrastination of reforms may affect the EU decisions on extension of sanctions for Russia, informs LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Ukraine's Eurovision song mourns Moscow purge of Crimean Tatars
    Feb22

    Ukraine's Eurovision song mourns Moscow purge of Crimean Tatars

    KIEV (Reuters) – A Crimean Tatar who sings about Joseph Stalin’s deportation of hundreds of thousands of people from her Black Sea homeland will represent Ukraine at the Eurovision song contest, two years after Russia annexed the territory. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine’s Eurovision song mourns Moscow purge of Crimean Tatars
    Feb22

    Ukraine’s Eurovision song mourns Moscow purge of Crimean Tatars

    By Matthias Williams KIEV (Reuters) – A Crimean Tatar who sings about Joseph Stalin’s deportation of hundreds of thousands of people from… …read more Source:...

    Belarusians Who Died For Ukraine Awarded In Kyiv
    Feb22

    Belarusians Who Died For Ukraine Awarded In Kyiv

    Mikhail Zhyzneuski and Ales Charkashyn have been honoured with an award The Hero-Inhabitant of Kyiv posthumously. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine takes aim at Putin with ultra-political Eurovision song against Russian oppression
    Feb22

    Ukraine takes aim at Putin with ultra-political Eurovision song against Russian oppression

    A UKRAINE pop star will use the annual Eurovision song contest to protest against Putin’s oppression after picking a tragic anti-Russian ballad to represent the country. …read more Source:...