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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Voters – and not the FBI – should boot Trump out of office
    Jun23

    Voters – and not the FBI – should boot Trump out of office

    The British and the Americans remain divided by their common political language. A British prime minister can win a general election but be unseated by a party ballot. An American president, even when deposed by half the electorate and distrusted by his own party, is harder to dislodge. Thatcher and Blair went down like Julius Caesar, stabbed in...

    Citizens of Armenia will be able to travel to Poland for seasonal  work in light conditions
    Jun23

    Citizens of Armenia will be able to travel to Poland for seasonal  work in light conditions

    ArmInfo.The Polish Sejm adopted a new bill on the promotion of employment and labor market institutions, which simplifies the rules for hiring foreigners for seasonal work in Poland. As reported on the official website of the Polish parliament, the purpose of the bill is to adapt Polish national legislation to the EU directive on the conditions...

    In Beeline a master class on Python programming language for Armenian  IT specialists was held
    Jun23

    In Beeline a master class on Python programming language for Armenian  IT specialists was held

    ArmInfo.International IT expert Mikhail Kashkin conducted a master class in Beeline Armenia on one of the most popular programming languages for Python. As the press service of the company told ArmInfo, with the help of a developer from Monitis company Levon Yeghiazaryan, he presented Armenian programmers the history of the Python language...

    Britain’s May vows EU citizens can stay after Brexit
    Jun23

    Britain’s May vows EU citizens can stay after Brexit

    Theresa May BRUSSELS, Belgium (AFP) – British Prime Minister Theresa May promised Thursday to let EU citizens stay after Brexit as she met sceptical European leaders for the first time since her disastrous election gamble. Under pressure from all sides since losing her parliamentary majority, May held out an apparent olive branch on the uncertain...

    Jamiu Alimi: Russian clubs after Kano Pillars defender
    Jun23

    Jamiu Alimi: Russian clubs after Kano Pillars defender

    According to a report, two Russian clubs are interested in signing the 24-year-old in this summer transfer window. Kano Pillars defender Jamiu Alimi could be packing his bags for a trip to Russia according to a report. Alimi has been a consistent defender in the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) which has earned him call-ups to the...

    Poroshenko meets with Trump, other senior U.S. officials in D.C.
    Jun23

    Poroshenko meets with Trump, other senior U.S. officials in D.C.

    WASHINGTON – During his two days of meetings in the U.S. capital – with President Donald Trump and other senior officials in his administration – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko expressed his satisfaction with the support Ukraine was receiving from the United States, especially with respect to Russia’s aggression. …read more...

    Experts urge U.S. Congress  and Trump to arm Ukraine
    Jun23

    Experts urge U.S. Congress and Trump to arm Ukraine

    WASHINGTON – A bipartisan task force made up of former U.S. defense officials, ambassadors, and security experts renewed calls for the United States to give lethal defensive weapons to Ukraine. On June 21, the National Security Task Force of the Friends of Ukraine Network urged the United States to provide a range of weapons, intelligence […]...

    Even direct costs of Putin’s aggression are unsustainable, says analyst
    Jun23

    Even direct costs of Putin’s aggression are unsustainable, says analyst

    The indirect costs of Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine and annexation of Crimea, as well as his military muscle-flexing elsewhere – which resulted in the isolation of Russia internationally and greater repression and human suffering domestically – are perhaps incalculable. But the direct costs for the military can be measured, and they...

    June 27, 1992
    Jun23

    June 27, 1992

    Twenty-five years ago, on June 27, 1992, 11,815 people gathered at Rutgers Stadium in Piscataway, N.J., to watch the first international game between the national teams of Ukraine and the United States of America. The 0-0 draw was deemed a triumph for Ukraine. “It was a tremendous, tremendous success for the Ukrainian team,” said Ukrainian […]...

    Russia’s aggression against Ukraine began in 1991, according to expert
    Jun23

    Russia’s aggression against Ukraine began in 1991, according to expert

    Moscow began its efforts to undermine Ukraine, not in 2013 in reaction to the Maidan, as many encouraged by Russia believe, but already in 1991, Kyiv military expert Nikolay Sungurovsky says. And those efforts began because Moscow feared that “a successful Ukraine would threaten the territorial integrity of Russia.” “Russia reacted aggressively...