Twitter blocked Russian accounts

The social network Twitter has blocked 1152 accounts from Russia, which, according to the company, are connected with the Kremlin authorities and participated in “information operations”. According to Twitter, blocked Russian accounts are linked to the site “Actual Politics”, which is engaged in political propaganda inside Russia. The network of accounts was blocked for coordinated […]

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Canada welcomes Ukraine-NATO rapprochement

Canada welcomes the rapprochement between Ukraine and NATO and continues to support Ukraine’s sovereignty, Foreign Minister of Canada François-Philippe Champagne has said. “Congratulations to Ukraine for becoming a NATO Enhanced Opportunities Partner! Canada remains unwavering in its support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity,” the minister wrote on his Twitter account. He added that “he […]

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Russian-Turkish face-offs in Libya

“It would be suicide for Putin to go on a full-fledged military operation against the Turks,” told Alexey Khlebnikov, Middle East analyst.Moscow and Ankara remain on opposite sides in the Libyan war since the conflict’s early days. Turkey has boosted its military support for the Tripoli-based Government of National Accord (GNA) in recent months, which […]

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Level of confidence in putin in russia fell to historical minimum – poll

Russia’s level of confidence in President Putin fell to 25% at the end of May, while in April it was 28%. Such survey results were published by the Russian non-governmental research organization Levada Center. The survey participants were asked to name 5-6 politicians whom they most trust – with no answer options. Only a quarter […]

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New sanctions against the Russian Federation

The lifting of sanctions from the Russian Federation before the withdrawal of Russian troops from the Donbass and the de-occupation of Crimea threatens to intensify the Kremlin’s aggressive policy towards neighboring states, and at the same time the West should impose new sanctions against Russian officials involved in the information war. “Sanctions were imposed to […]

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Ukraine’s economic recovery expected in second half of 2020

Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal has stated that the implementation of the economic stimulus program to overcome consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic will help revive Ukraine’s economy in the second half of the year. “We will start implementing every step of the strategy in order to reach economic recovery in the second half of this year,” […]

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