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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Pentagon and State Department Are Said to Propose Arming Ukraine
    Aug01

    Pentagon and State Department Are Said to Propose Arming Ukraine

    While President Obama decided against providing such assistance to the beleaguered country, the issue was rekindled when President Trump took office, …read more Source: The New York...

    Russia issues Ukraine warning after arms reports
    Aug01

    Russia issues Ukraine warning after arms reports

    Kremlin spokesman’s remarks came after media stories on possible US arms supplies to Ukrainian forces …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Ukraine to start receiving coal from US for first time
    Aug01

    Ukraine to start receiving coal from US for first time

    The United States is set to start shipping coal to Ukraine for the first time under a “historic” deal announced on July 31 that should help the crisis-hit nation end reliance on Russia. …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    Romania’s Anticorruption Directorate General, Ukraine’s National Agency for Prevention of Corruption sign collaboration protocol
    Aug01

    Romania’s Anticorruption Directorate General, Ukraine’s National Agency for Prevention of Corruption sign collaboration protocol

    Constantin Preoteasa, Deputy Director General of the Anticorruption Directorate General (DGA) of Romania, and head of Ukraine’s National Agency for Prevention of Corruption Natalya Korchak on Tuesday signed a cooperation protocol between the two institutions in the area of corruption prevention, according to a DGA statement. …read...

    Legal status of foreign nationals
    Aug01

    Legal status of foreign nationals

    Visa and Registration Requirements Subject to the legislation of the Kyrgyz Republic,[1] foreign nationals and stateless persons may enter the Kyrgyz Republic for temporary or permanent residence on the basis of a visa, temporary or permanent residence permit. Visa Requirements and Visa-Free Travel Initial issuance of all categories of visas is...

    The Belarusian authorities learn to appreciate their country’s statehood
    Aug01

    The Belarusian authorities learn to appreciate their country’s statehood

    Lukashenka in the national T-shirt ‘Vyshyvanka’. Source: svaboda.org On 1 July, on the eve of Belarus’s official Independence day, Alexander Lukashenka highlighted the connection between Belarusians and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. This was the first official statement to allude to the historical roots of a sovereign and...

    A look from Moscow: It`s not a secret for anyone that for Armenia,  cooperation with NATO is of a commercial nature
    Aug01

    A look from Moscow: It`s not a secret for anyone that for Armenia,  cooperation with NATO is of a commercial nature

    ArmInfo.It’s not a secret for anyone that for Armenia, cooperation with NATO is of a commercial nature. The director of the EurAsEC Institute Vladimir Lepekhin told ArmInfo about it.”Russia, of course, is dissatisfied with NATO’s activity on its borders, but this displeasure has nothing to do with the participation of the...

    eNCA | WATCH: Ukrainian pilot lands blind
    Aug01

    eNCA | WATCH: Ukrainian pilot lands blind

    Captain Olexander Akopov was able to successfully ground his aircraft after large hailstones damaged the cockpit’s windscreen past the point of visibility. …read more Source:...

    Pence: Reversing Sanctions Requires Russia to Change
    Aug01

    Pence: Reversing Sanctions Requires Russia to Change

    U.S. Vice President Mike Pence says diplomatic actions taken by Russian in response to fresh sanctions will not deter U.S. commitment to its security and that of its allies. Speaking Tuesday during a visit to Georgia, Pence said the sanctions bill President Donald Trump will soon sign sends a “very clear message” that with...

    The cult of Babel: Odessa’s literary flashmobs attract book-loving tourists
    Aug01

    The cult of Babel: Odessa’s literary flashmobs attract book-loving tourists

    The Black Sea city may lack the pedigree of St Petersburg but it was home to Isaac Babel, and has a storied past as a stopping point for globe-trotting intellectuals A slow-moving procession of 500-odd people stretch from the grand, if worn, Literary Museum along to the Opera House, one of the biggest and most opulent concert halls of the former...