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    Visa freedom for Ukrainians dangerous for Latvia | Latvijas Avize – Latvia
    Jan04

    Visa freedom for Ukrainians dangerous for Latvia | Latvijas Avize – Latvia

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    Ukraine ‘confident’ of success in Russian debt lawsuit
    Jan04

    Ukraine ‘confident’ of success in Russian debt lawsuit

    The Ukrainian Finance Ministry said on Monday it was confident of its chances in court following a decision by Russia to file a lawsuit against Ukraine in connection with a US$3 billion Eurobond. …read more Source: Channel...

    Ukraine imposes tit for tat ban on Russian food imports
    Jan04

    Ukraine imposes tit for tat ban on Russian food imports

    The Ukrainian government has agreed to impose a ban on Russian food imports in response to a similar move by Moscow. The ban is expected to come into force on January 10, according to a decree signed by Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk. The decree says that the embargo will stay in place “until the cancelation of the ban on...

    Ukraine 'confident' of success in Russian debt lawsuit
    Jan04

    Ukraine 'confident' of success in Russian debt lawsuit

    KIEV (Reuters) – The Ukrainian Finance Ministry said on Monday it was confident of its chances in court following a decision by Russia to file a lawsuit against Ukraine in connection with a $3 billion Eurobond. …read more Source: The...

    MH17 Update: Dutch Investigators To Probe Claims Linking Russian Soldiers To Downed Plane
    Jan04

    MH17 Update: Dutch Investigators To Probe Claims Linking Russian Soldiers To Downed Plane

    Dutch investigators said Monday that they will investigate the claims by a British-based group of citizen investigative journalists called Bellingcat, which said that it has identified the Russian soldiers allegedly involved in the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 over Ukraine. …read more Source: International Business...

    Extradition judges “divided” over new case concerning alleged murderer from Ukraine
    Jan04

    Extradition judges “divided” over new case concerning alleged murderer from Ukraine

    As the extradition hearing of Indian father-of-four Paramjeet Singh is due to resume in Évora this morning, judges in Lisbon have agreed to send a Ukrainian man back to the epicentre of the war with pro-Russian forces to answer charges of murder dating back almost 13 years. According to Correio da Manhã today, the panel of three judges was...

    Belarus Ready to Mediate in Turkey-Russia Conflict
    Jan04

    Belarus Ready to Mediate in Turkey-Russia Conflict

    Belarus stands ready to put in “maximum effort” to help wind down tensions between Russia and Turkey, but cannot impose mediation on either side, PM Vladimir Makei has said.In an interview for Belarus 1 TV station quoted by Russian news websites, he has added the country’s President, Aleksandr Lukashenko, held phone...

    Is Belarusian Government About to Close Down the Ukrainian Border?
    Jan04

    Is Belarusian Government About to Close Down the Ukrainian Border?

    Image: realbrest.by On 16 December, President Lukashenka requested that Belarusian security agencies not neglect the consequences which the situation in Ukraine created for Belarus. He referred to the recent case of a former Donbas war veteran detained with weapons and explosives at the railway station in Minsk. Meanwhile, the Belarusian State...

    Prosecutors in Netherlands to consider citizen journalist news on identities of possible MH17 attackers
    Jan04

    Prosecutors in Netherlands to consider citizen journalist news on identities of possible MH17 attackers

    Prosecutors in the Netherlands have stated they plan to seriously review claims by private journalists on the identities of Russian soldiers that have allegedly manned a BUK mobile rocket launcher on July 17 2014, when Malaysian passenger airplane was shot down in Ukraine. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Japan PM Abe approaches Russia for peace deal, anti-terrorism
    Jan04

    Japan PM Abe approaches Russia for peace deal, anti-terrorism

    TOKYO: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe courted Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday, holding out the prospect for a summit as he renewed his call for progress on an elusive World War II peace treaty. The two countries have never officially struck a peace accord more than after 70 years after the end of the conflict amid a territorial...