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    Action plan to end war in Ukraine charted at Berlin meeting
    Sep18

    Action plan to end war in Ukraine charted at Berlin meeting

    An overall consensus, in broad outline, seems to have taken shape among the main European players, pre-eminently Moscow and Berlin, to accelerate a solution to the conflict in Ukraine by the end of this year, on Russia’s terms. German Chancellor Angela Merkel hosted a meeting in Berlin on August 24, in an unprecedented “Normandy minus […]...

    OSCE Warns of Breakdown of Central Heating in East Ukraine
    Sep18

    OSCE Warns of Breakdown of Central Heating in East Ukraine

    Observers say damaged infrastructure in eastern Ukraine could leave thousands cold in winter …read more Source: ABC...

    Observers say damaged infrastructure in eastern Ukraine could leave thousands cold in winter
    Sep18

    Observers say damaged infrastructure in eastern Ukraine could leave thousands cold in winter

    The Organization for Cooperation and Security in Europe is raising the alarm about a potential breakdown of central heating systems across war-torn eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: FOX...

    Crimea winery director faces investigation for opening 240-year-old bottle of wine for Putin, Berlusconi
    Sep18

    Crimea winery director faces investigation for opening 240-year-old bottle of wine for Putin, Berlusconi

    When the winery was Ukrainian property, two separate presidential decrees were required to approve the sale of vintage wine from its collection …read more Source: Vancouver...

    Handing over Crimea and Donbas to Russia is no solution for Ukraine or the world
    Sep18

    Handing over Crimea and Donbas to Russia is no solution for Ukraine or the world

    Many people, horrified by the actions of pro-Moscow forces in Crimea and the Donbas or unwilling to continue to resist Russian aggression, have concluded that the rest of Ukraine would be better off without those two regions and could move forward by sacrificing them to Vladimir Putin. “If only everything were so simple,” Aleksandr Skobov […]...

    The boys of Poltava
    Sep18

    The boys of Poltava

    The boys of Poltava wanted me to pass a message on to Ukrainians in North America. They are disappointed, dismayed and disgusted with the present government in Ukraine. We sat outside a pub (or “pab,” as they say in Ukraine) at the foot of Shevchenko Boulevard, next to the pedestal of what used to hold […] …read more Source: The Ukrainian...

    ‘Significant progress’ reported  at latest Ukraine peace talks
    Sep18

    ‘Significant progress’ reported at latest Ukraine peace talks

    BERLIN – German Foreign Affairs Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has said “significant progress” had been made toward a resolution of the conflict in eastern Ukraine. Speaking after a three-and-a-half-hour meeting with his French, Russian and Ukrainian counterparts in Berlin on September 12, Mr. Steinmeier said the talks had been “less...

    Crimean Tatars call for blockade of Crimea
    Sep18

    Crimean Tatars call for blockade of Crimea

    KYIV – Since Russia’s annexation of Crimea, experts have come to a common conclusion that is also supported by the Crimean civic activists: to stop supplying any goods from the mainland to the peninsula and, in this way, blockade Crimea. Also since the annexation, two new laws have been introduced to Ukrainian legislation. These are […]...

    Ukrainian National Deputy Hanna Hopko on the controversial decentralization vote
    Sep18

    Ukrainian National Deputy Hanna Hopko on the controversial decentralization vote

    August 31 was marked with violent clashes in Kyiv over a key decentralization reform vote in the Ukrainian Parliament. The reform has its proponents and critics, the main point of contention being provisions for special local governance in certain Donbas counties currently occupied by Russia’s hybrid troops. Hanna Hopko, a Euro-Maidan...

    UCRDC interviews Ludmilla Temertey, a child of Holodomor survivors
    Sep18

    UCRDC interviews Ludmilla Temertey, a child of Holodomor survivors

    TORONTO – The Ukrainian Canadian Research and Documentation Center (UCRDC), which is involved in research on victims of the Holodomor and on the events of World War II in Ukraine, recently launched a new oral history project: interviews with the children of Holodomor survivors – persons who did not themselves live through the famine but […]...