Russia accused of ‘rewriting history’

Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and the United States have accused Russia of seeking to “rewrite history” to justify the annexation of the Baltic states in 1940. The joint statement marks the 80th anniversary of the Welles Declaration, in which the US outlined its “non-recognition policy” of the Soviet occupation of the Baltic countries, Euronews report. Estonia […]

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New sanctions against Russia, China and North Korea

European Union ambassadors have given the green light to sanctions on Russia’s GRU military intelligence unit, as well as on Chinese and North Korean entities over three separate cyberattacks in recent years, RFE/RL report. The attacks, which have been linked to the three countries by various intelligence agencies, hit several EU member states and other […]

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EU calls on Russia to end pressure on Crimean Tatars in occupied Crimea

The European Union has condemned systemic human rights abuses in the occupied Crimea and called on Russia to end the pressure on the Crimean Tatar community. “On 7 July 2020, seven individuals, mostly Crimean Tatars, were arrested in the Crimean peninsula for their alleged political affiliation. The European Union considers their detention to be politically […]

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Lithuania bans Russian television channel RT

Lithuania’s media watchdog has banned RT due its connection with Dmitry Kiselev, a Russian national who is under EU sanctions for his role in promoting Kremlin’s propaganda during the annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea in 2014. The ban includes five different RT channels: RT, RT HD, RT Spanish, RT Documentary and RT Documentary HD. The move […]

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The EU pointed on violations in the vote on changes to the Russian constitution

The vote on the amendments to the constitution of the Russian Federation took place with numerous violations of democratic norms, and its results contradict Russia’s international obligations. This conclusion is contained in the statement of the EU spokesman, published on the website of the European External Action Service. “The nationwide vote in the Russian Federation […]

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Address of the Worldwide movement to the EU

For the seventh year in a row, Ukraine and Ukrainians have been fighting at the forefront of international efforts to repel Russian armed aggression and the hybrid war unleashed by Putin’s regime against Europe, European and Euro-Atlantic values, and democratic societies around the world. More than 13,000 people have already fallen victim to the Russian […]

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Does Russia deserve sanctions?

On June 19, the heads of state and the Council of the European Union in a format of a video conference must make a political decision to extend economic sanctions against Russia. The issue of sanctions will be raised during the discussion of the implementation of the Minsk agreements. German Chancellor Angela Merkel Bundesregierung and French President Emmanuel Macron are expected […]

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Europeans demand sanctions against Russia

Citizens of European countries are demanding increased international pressure on Russia and the continuation of anti-Russian restrictive measures by the European Union. Actions to extend and strengthen sanctions took place in London and Riga. Ukraine’s supporters reminded the international community of the Kremlin’s crimes and called EU leaders to continue economic sanctions against Russia in […]

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