A free trade agreement (FTA) between Ukraine and Israel will take effect in 2021

“FTA between Ukraine and Israel will take effect on January 1, 2021! This is a new level of relations between the countries and the “green light” to the growth of Ukrainian exports, closer cooperation in the fields of high-tech, engineering, investment. Great news, [Prime Minister of Israel] Benjamin Netanyahu!” Zelensky posted on Twitter. As reported, […]

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Hungary is becoming Russia’s testing laboratory?

The opposition Democratic Coalition calls on the European Commission to prevent the Hungarian government’s attempts to “experiment” on Hungarians with the Russian Sputnik V vaccine. Hungary is the first European country to receive a sample of the Russian vaccine with government support. European MP Sandor Rona said that “we will not be the guinea pigs […]

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The term “annexation” is erroneous and continues Russia’s narrative of Crimea

The use of the term “annexation” in relation to Crimea is erroneous. Moreover, it is a continuation of the Russian narrative about the status of the peninsula. This was stated by Igor Yaremenko, Deputy Minister for Reintegration of the temporarily occupied territories. According to him, some Ukrainian media and experts regularly make such a mistake. […]

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Baltic states have expanded the sanctions list against Belarus

Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia have expanded the sanctions list against Belarusian officials. It added 28 people who are prohibited from entering the Baltic countries. The list now includes 156 names. It includes representatives of the authorities who “played a key role in falsifying election results in Belarus and using violence against peaceful demonstrators.” They are […]

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Ukraine didn’t support Russia’s manipulative resolution at the UN

Ukraine in the UN General Assembly did not support the draft Russian resolution on combating the glorification of Nazism, neo-Nazism and other practices that contribute to the escalation of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and intolerance. This resolution was also not supported by most European countries. As the Foreign Ministry explained, the text of the Russian […]

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Maia Sandu won the elections in Moldova by a landslide

Pro-EU candidate Maia Sandu won the second round of the presidential elections in Moldova after processing 100% of protocols from all polling stations. Opposition candidate, leader of the Party of Action and Solidarity, Maia Sandu, received 57.75% votes. The incumbent President Igor Dodon was supported by 42.25% of voters. Abroad, where record activity was observed […]

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English platform linked to Russian Military, MH17 disinformation campaign

Members of the Russian secret service are controlling English-language media platform Bonanza Media, international research collective Bellingcat reported on Thursday. Emails intercepted by hackers show that the platform exists solely to spread disinformation, mostly about the downing of flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine in 2014, according to Bellingcat.  Dutch blogger Max van der Werff and Russian […]

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Russian counter-sanctions on European officials over Navalny

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says Moscow is going to be announcing retaliatory measures against top German and French officials in tit-for-tat sanctions sparked by the poisoning of outspoken Kremlin critic Aleksei Navalny with a nerve agent in August. Navalny fell severely ill aboard a plane on his way from the Siberian city of Tomsk […]

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US military will be stationed in Poland: Duda ratified the agreement

Polish President Andrzej Duda ratified a military agreement with the United States. According to the agreement, a thousand American troops will be deployed in Poland. The deployment of the US military in Poland is intended to bolster the military presence on NATO’s eastern flank in response to the growing assertiveness of Russia. At the same […]

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