Diplomacy

US refuse to appoint new ambassador to Ukraine

The US will not appoint a permanent ambassador to Ukraine to replace Marie Yovanovitch, who left her post. The duties of the ambassador will be performed by a Charge d'Affaires. So, according to the media reports, William Taylor, …

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Ukraine's Pavel Klimkin tenders his resignation

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavel Klimkin has tendered his resignation today. "As I have promised, I have just written my letter of resignation," he informed in a video published on his Facebook page. …

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Russia to stay in PACE

Members of the Council of Europe’s Committee of Ministers have agreed that Russia will stay in the Council’s Parliamentary Assembly (PACE), German foreign minister Heiko Maas said. According to him, it …

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U.S. to continue dialogue with Russia on North Korea

The United States will continue dialogue with Russia on denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, a U.S. Department of State spokesperson said. "We are aware of reports," the spokesperson said, commenting on the meeting …

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Russia ready to pay fee to Council of Europe

Russia is ready to return a debt of 60 million euro to the Council of Europe, which has been accumulated over two years of non-payment, a diplomatic source familiar with the situation said. Earlier, chairman of the Russian Federation …

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Pompeo comments on Trump’s statement on Golan Heights

The head of the US Department of State, Mike Pompeo, said that Washington’s intention to recognize the Golan Heights as an Israeli territory amid the situation with Crimea is not a policy of double standards. According to him, the …

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Portugal mission staff member attacked in Tehran

A staff member of Portugal embassy in Tehran was attacked in Iran's capital on Tuesday night, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi said, adding that the armed attack was due to personal hostility. …

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