Ukraine conflict

Ukraine asks EU for additional financial aid

Ukraine has appealed to the European Union for additional financial aid as the country struggles to meet its obligations, Bloomberg reported. “We have formally requested from the European Commission a long-term, macro-financial …

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Ukraine to be part of Nord Stream 2 certification process

Germany's energy regulator said on Monday Ukrainian gas companies Naftogaz and GTSOU were given notice that they will be included in the ongoing German certification procedures of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline which they had applied for. …

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Shoigu: Russia doesn’t consider Ukraine as threat

Russia doesn’t consider Ukraine as a threat and thinks that Ukrainians are a brotherly people, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said on Sunday. "I would not speak about Ukraine as a threat. I think that Ukraine and the …

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Russia files complaint against Ukraine with ECHR

Moscow has filed the first ever interstate complaint against Ukraine with the European Court of Human Rights, over the events since 2014, the Russian Prosecutor General’s Office told reporters on Thursday. "On July 22, the …

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Georgian ambassador to return to Kiev

Georgia will return to Kyiv its Ambassador Teimuraz Sharashenidze, who was recalled in May 2020 due to the appointment of ex-President Mikhail Saakashvili as chairman of the Executive Committee of the National …

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Ukraine commemorates 7th anniversary of Maidan killings

Today, Ukrainians commemorate the 7th anniversary of the 2013 uprising in Kyiv and those killed during the Maidan events. Today, the citizens of the country also mark the Day of Dignity and Freedom by participating in mass events. In …

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Ukraine sets new daily COVID-19 record

Ukraine is setting a new record-high of coronavirus cases identified over a 24-hour period for the second day running, as 994 people contracted the virus over the past 24 hours, while 940 new infections were reported yesterday, the Ukrainian …

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U.S. approves selling 16 patrol boats to Ukraine

The U.S. State Department has approved the possible sale to Ukraine of up to 16 Mark VI patrol boats and equipment for an estimated $600 million, according to a statement from the Defense Security Cooperation Agency. "The proposed …

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Lavrov reveals details of Normandy Format videoconference

A video conference of the Normandy Format foreign ministers will be held next week, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in the Bolshaya Igra program on Channel One. The diplomat recalled that at a meeting in Paris last December, …

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Ukrainian airlines operated defective aircrafts

Technical maintenance of passenger aircraft at the international airports of Kiev and Odesa was carried out in violation of the regulations, the Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) reported today. "The Security Service of Ukraine has …

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Kremlin explains "new strategy" towards Ukraine

The Kremlin’s strategy in relations with Ukraine has never been based on confrontation, Russian president’s press secretary Dmitry Peskov said, commenting on political analysts’ guesswork that Moscow …

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South Ukrainian NPP disabled

This morning in Ukraine, the third power unit of the South Ukrainian NPP was disconnected, Energoatom press service reports. “Unit 3 of the South Ukrainian NPP is disconnected from the grid by automatic protection. The causes of …

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