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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Georgia’s Dilemma
    Jul10

    Georgia’s Dilemma

    While the nadir in post-Soviet Russo-Georgian relations passed with the defeat of the United National Movement by the Georgian Dream coalition in the 2012 parliamentary elections, the subsequent Georgian governments have nevertheless maintained the country’s goal of NATO and EU membership. Over the past few years, however, both polling data...

    Ukraine Begins Talks on NATO Membership Action Plan
    Jul10

    Ukraine Begins Talks on NATO Membership Action Plan

    Ukraine is beginning discussions on a membership action plan with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko announced Monday. Speaking at a joint news conference with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg after a NATO-Ukraine Commission session in Kyiv, Poroshenko said at the moment Ukraine does not meet NATO...

    Jens Stoltenberg: NATO says it supports Ukraine against Russia’s ‘aggressive actions’
    Jul10

    Jens Stoltenberg: NATO says it supports Ukraine against Russia’s ‘aggressive actions’

    Ukraine and the West accuse Moscow of smuggling weapons and troops across the porous border, a charge it denies. NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg pledged the alliance’s support for Ukraine in a visit to Kiev on Monday, as the ex-Soviet republic faces a bloody insurgency by pro-Russian separatists in its eastern regions.More than 10,000 people...

    Kremlin Reiterates No Russian Servicemen in Ukraine
    Jul10

    Kremlin Reiterates No Russian Servicemen in Ukraine

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Monday there were no Russian servicemen in Ukraine. “Russia has not had and does not have any military personnel in Ukraine,” Peskov said to comment on NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg’s words that Russia should remove “thousands” of troops from Ukraine. Moreover, Ukraine uses...

    Pledging reforms by 2020, Ukraine seeks road map to NATO membership
    Jul10

    Pledging reforms by 2020, Ukraine seeks road map to NATO membership

    Kiev and NATO will begin discussions on a road map to get Ukraine into the grouping, with Kiev pledging the necessary reforms by 2020, President … …read more Source: The Japan...

    Tillerson Embarks On First Shuttle Diplomacy Mission, Aims To Ease Qatar Crisis
    Jul10

    Tillerson Embarks On First Shuttle Diplomacy Mission, Aims To Ease Qatar Crisis

    ISTANBUL (AP) — As the Gulf crisis over Qatar festers, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is embarking on his first shuttle diplomacy mission, heading to the region in a bid to end a deadlock that has badly damaged ties between several key American partners and threatens to hinder counter terrorism efforts. Tillerson will hop between Kuwait,...

    Nato says it supports Ukraine against Russia’s ‘aggressive actions’
    Jul10

    Nato says it supports Ukraine against Russia’s ‘aggressive actions’

    [KIEV] Nato chief Jens Stoltenberg pledged the alliance’s support for Ukraine in a visit to Kiev on Monday, as the ex-Soviet republic faces a bloody insurgency by pro-Russian separatists in its eastern regions. …read more Source: The Business...

    NATO: We’re supplying new cybersecurity equipment to Ukraine
    Jul10

    NATO: We’re supplying new cybersecurity equipment to Ukraine

    NATO’s secretary-general says the 29-member alliance is supplying hardware to the Ukrainian government to help protect its government networks from cyberattacks. At a news conference in Kiev alongside Ukrainian President … Click to Continue » …read more Source: Miami...

    NATO: We’re supplying new cybersecurity equipment to Ukraine
    Jul10

    NATO: We’re supplying new cybersecurity equipment to Ukraine

    NATO’s secretary-general says the 29-member alliance is supplying hardware to the Ukrainian government to help protect its government networks from cyberattacks. At a news conference in Kiev alongside Ukrainian President … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    Germany says up to Siemens to ensure Crimea sanctions respected
    Jul10

    Germany says up to Siemens to ensure Crimea sanctions respected

    [BERLIN] Germany said on Monday it is up to Siemens to ensure it respects EU sanctions covering Crimea, after the industrial group said it was investigating reports its turbines had been delivered there for use in Russian-built power plants. …read more Source: The Business...