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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Reformers to lead 2 key Ukrainian state companies
    Apr20

    Reformers to lead 2 key Ukrainian state companies

    MOSCOW (AP) ” The Ukrainian government has appointed two Western-educated executives to lead the country’s two key state-owned companies.Wojciech Balczun, former chief executive of Poland’s largest railway freight carrier, will… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    Russia-NATO Relations 2016 Update: Meeting Fails To Mend Relationship Amid Aggressive Military Maneuvers, Ukraine Crisis
    Apr20

    Russia-NATO Relations 2016 Update: Meeting Fails To Mend Relationship Amid Aggressive Military Maneuvers, Ukraine Crisis

    The first meeting of the NATO-Russia Council since the start of the conflict in Ukraine in 2014 did not lead to any major breakthroughs in relations Wednesday, the head of the military and political alliance said. “NATO and Russia have profound and persistent disagreements. Today’s meeting did not change that,” said NATO Secretary-General...

    Call to open crossing points on the line of contact in Ukraine by Easter
    Apr20

    Call to open crossing points on the line of contact in Ukraine by Easter

    Residents of Eastern Ukraine should have an opportunity visit their relatives and friends living on the other side of the line of contact. It is especially important during the upcoming Easter holidays, Ambassador martin Sajdik said. …read more Source:...

    Reformers to lead 2 key Ukrainian state companies
    Apr20

    Reformers to lead 2 key Ukrainian state companies

    The Ukrainian government has appointed two Western-educated executives to lead the country’s two key state-owned companies. …read more Source: FOX...

    Reformers to lead 2 key Ukrainian state companies
    Apr20

    Reformers to lead 2 key Ukrainian state companies

    MOSCOW (AP) — The Ukrainian government has appointed two Western-educated executives to lead the country’s two key state-owned companies. …read more Source: U.S....

    [Ticker] Nato and Russia continue to have ‘profound disagreements’
    Apr20

    [Ticker] Nato and Russia continue to have ‘profound disagreements’

    Russia and Nato have “profound and persistent disagreements” on Ukraine and other issues, Nato head Jens Stoltenberg said on Wednesday after a meeting of the Nato-Russia Council. “Today’s meeting did not change that,” he said. The meeting was the first of its kind since Russia invaded Ukraine in 2014. …read...

    [Ticker] EU says Ukraine meets visa-free standards
    Apr20

    [Ticker] EU says Ukraine meets visa-free standards

    The European Commission on Wednesday said Ukraine has met all technical benchmarks to obtain EU visa-free travel. “It is an important achievement for the citizens of Ukraine,” EU commissioner Avramopoulos said. A sizeable majority of EU states must back the step politically for it to enter into force. …read more Source:...

    EU Proposes Visa-Free Travel for Ukrainians
    Apr20

    EU Proposes Visa-Free Travel for Ukrainians

    The European Union is considering a proposal to offer visa-free travel up to 90 days in the 28-nation bloc to Ukrainians, rewarding the country for its judicial and security reforms. EU Migration Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos said Wednesday in Brussels, the Ukrainian government has successfully achieved “far-reaching and difficult reforms”...

    Nato-Russia talks show Ukraine schism
    Apr20

    Nato-Russia talks show Ukraine schism

    Differences over the conflict in eastern Ukraine mark the first formal meeting of the Nato-Russia Council in almost two years. …read more Source:...

    CONTEMPT FOR DEMOCRACY: EU pretends Dutch vote NEVER happened to push through Ukraine deal
    Apr20

    CONTEMPT FOR DEMOCRACY: EU pretends Dutch vote NEVER happened to push through Ukraine deal

    EUROPE’S autocratic elite attempted to sweep the result of the Dutch referendum under the carpet today by “airbrushing” out public feeling and railroading through visa-free travel for 45 million Ukrainians. …read more Source:...