• New tensions on Crimea by exercises

    New tensions on Crimea by exercises

    December 1, 2016 13:06 Hot Recent News

    Ukraine has had angered Russia by the neck in the south of the country, not to take away from the Crimean military exercises with missiles. The Russian government called the exercises a 'dangerous precedent' and managed to take warships of the Black Sea Fleet positions. The Russian air defense on the peninsula is armed.

  • Moscow wants another four-party talks Ukraine

    Moscow wants another four-party talks Ukraine

    moscow September 30, 2016 09:03 Hot Recent News

    The Kremlin wants to talk again about the crisis in Ukraine in Berlin, Paris and Kiev. They spoke to each other for the first time in this context in Normandy in 2014. The four-party consultation is therefore called Normandy format. Russia turned off in August of this discussion group, because Ukraine would have been guilty of plotting terrorist attacks.

  • 'Government and rebel ceasefire Ukraine'

    'Government and rebel ceasefire Ukraine'

    September 20, 2016 02:18 Hot Recent News

    "The Ukrainian government will lay down their weapons as of Thursday, as the pro-Russian separatists who they are fighting in eastern Ukraine, as promised earlier. That offers a glimmer of hope in the stalled peace process, said the German Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier on Wednesday visit to Kiev."

  • Ukraine: attend any decentralization

    Ukraine: attend any decentralization

    September 6, 2016 09:30 Hot Recent News

    The Ukrainian government carries provisionally prescribe any powers to the board of the rebel regions of Donetsk and Luhansk, as the Minsk peace agreement. The government in Kiev will not change the Constitution,, as long as the circumstances not to be, '' said President Petro Poroshenko on Tuesday.

  • Putin arrives in Crimea

    Putin arrives in Crimea

    August 19, 2016 14:39 Hot Recent News

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has arrived in Crimea for a meeting of the Russian Security Council. The visit comes at a time when tensions between Russia and Ukraine about Russia annexed peninsula rise again.

  • known Russian journalist slain in Kiev

    July 20, 2016 08:36 Hot Recent News

    A well-known Russian journalist Wednesday in Kiev died when the car he was exploded. According to Russian media was an attack. Justice in Kiev would have stated. Would have discovered an explosive device in the car.

  • Pilot Ukraine wants to talk to rebels

    June 12, 2016 06:42 Hot Recent News

    The freed by Russia Ukrainian helicopter pilot Nadezhda Savtsjenko has offered to negotiate with the rebels in the region of Donbass. She said Saturday that she wants to talk among the separatists more about the exchange of prisoners and the consequences of the war.

  • Armed OSCE in Ukraine

    Armed OSCE in Ukraine

    moscow June 4, 2016 13:51 Hot Recent News

    Russia agrees with the arrival of additional, optionally also armed, observers from the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) to eastern Ukraine. The new monitors should be stationed in places provide the Ukrainian military and pro-Russian separatists heavy blow. The OSCE will also monitor at depots withdrawn heavy weapons, said Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov Saturday.

  • Gorbachev not welcome in Ukraine

    Gorbachev not welcome in Ukraine

    May 26, 2016 15:42 Hot Recent News

    Mikhail Gorbachev is not welcome in Ukraine. The government in Kiev is not allow him to come to the country in the next five years as the former president of the Soviet Union after the annexation of the Crimea by Russia state.

  • Porosjenko regulates exchange Savtsjenko itself

    Porosjenko regulates exchange Savtsjenko itself

    May 25, 2016 14:54 Hot Recent News

    President Petro Poroshenko on Wednesday personally to the Russian city of Rostov on Don flown to exchange Nadezhda Savtsjenko. Ukrainian helicopter pilot in March was sentenced by a court in Rostov up to 22 years in prison for the murder of two Russian journalists.

  • IMF and Ukraine agree terms on aid

    May 18, 2016 21:54 Hot Recent News

    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Ukraine have agreed on the reforms needed for the country to become eligible in July for financial support. That left the IMF Wednesday, without bringing out details.

  • Kremlin will not let Savtsjenko

    Kremlin will not let Savtsjenko

    moscow May 17, 2016 14:06 Hot Recent News

    Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savtsjenko convicted of murder by Russia to 22 years in prison, is not exchanged for two Russian prisoners in Ukraine. The Kremlin has a trade with Kiev called off, as the Ministry of Justice has informed Moscow Tuesday.

  • Ukraine commemorates Chernobyl nuclear disaster

    Ukraine commemorates Chernobyl nuclear disaster

    April 26, 2016 12:35 Hot Recent News

    The Ukrainian government said Tuesday the victims of the disaster at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, exactly thirty years ago, commemorated with a minute of silence. President Petro Poroshenko traveled with Prime Minister Vladimir Groisman and the mayor of Kiev Vitali Klitsjko flowers at the monument to the heroes of Chernobyl,, '' in the capital. The national anthem sounded and a eregarde fired gun salute.

  • Netherlands contribution to cleaning up 'Chernobyl'

    Netherlands contribution to cleaning up 'Chernobyl'

    April 25, 2016 18:28 Hot Recent News

    The Netherlands is one million additional contributions to the storage of nuclear waste from nuclear power stations in Chernobyl. Minister Bert Koenders (Foreign Affairs) said Monday to the amount. 1 million in addition to the 11 million euros that the Netherlands has contributed in recent years to clean up the effects of the nuclear disaster.

  • Medvedev very satisfied with referendum result

    Medvedev very satisfied with referendum result

    moscow April 7, 2016 10:14 Hot Recent News

    The Dutch people reject closer ties with the European Union and Ukraine, shows exactly how Europe facing the political system in Kiev state. That said Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev of Russia Thursday following the consultative referendum in the Netherlands.

  • 'This can bring reform in danger '

    'This can bring reform in danger '

    April 6, 2016 21:14 Hot Recent News

    The whole day had Andriy Boytsun, the Flemish-speaking Director-examination of the Centre for Economic Strategy in Kiev followed via Twitter projections by Maurice de Hond. When 'no' against eleven pm Ukrainian time emerged, he sighed: 'This is very disappointing, as the result is true. This may jeopardize the reforms in my country. But it is also convincing 'no' a signal that we as Ukraine more to do our best. '

  • 'Famine threatens eastern Ukraine '

    April 5, 2016 11:42 Hot Recent News

    The armed conflict in eastern Ukraine are threatened and a half million people with famine. The now two-year conflict is an acute food problem for about 300,000 people. This was announced by the World Food Programme (WFP) Tuesday in the Ukrainian capital Kiev.

  • EU urges Kiev to hold reforms

    EU urges Kiev to hold reforms

    February 22, 2016 13:42 Hot Recent News

    Ukraine should hold despite the political crisis in Kiev to reform. This is necessary as the country at a critical crossroads,, '' is in, said a spokesman for the European Commission Monday.

  • Coalition in Ukraine on the shovel

    Coalition in Ukraine on the shovel

    February 17, 2016 17:49 Hot Recent News

    The coalition government in Ukraine is going to be changed. That said, the Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk Wednesday. He said he already is in talks with various political parties, including the populist Radicals, to redistribute the portfolios in the government.

  • 'Ukraine bridge between Moscow and the West '

    'Ukraine bridge between Moscow and the West '

    moscow February 6, 2016 19:00 Hot Recent News

    The settlement of the Ukrainian crisis must lead to a reconciliation between Russia and the West. Discussions on Ukraine Kiev must create a bridge between East and West, not an outpost in the struggle between the West and East. This does require a new form of thinking. That said former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger sat in an interview for the Russian television.

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