British MP calls for sanctions by London on ‘Nord Stream-2’

Daniel Kawczynski said in the lower house of the British parliament: “Now, no longer constrained by our membership of the European Union, we ought to follow our American friends in imposing sanctions on any company involved in the Nord Stream-2 pipeline. ”The controversial link that Russia is building to Germany under the Baltic Sea while […]

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Kuleba reacts to Czech President comparing Capitol assault to the Revolution of Dignity

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba has reacted to Czech President Miloš Zeman who compared the storming of the Capitol by Donald Trump’s supporters with the events of the Revolution of Dignity in Ukraine. “It’s all the same that someone would decide to compare Miloš Zeman with Václav Havel. Formally, they are both […]

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Has Russia bought Hungary?

Hungary said it received 6,000 doses of Russia’s controversial coronavirus vaccine on Monday, in a new display of Budapest’s maverick vaccine policy. The announcement comes after Hungary started vaccinations on Saturday ahead of most European Union countries after receiving its first delivery of the Belgian-made Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus jabs. An acquisition by Budapest and entry into […]

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Ukraine ready to become the main US ally in the Black Sea region

Ukraine is ready to deepen systemic interaction with the United States, as well as with NATO, becoming its key ally in the Black Sea region for a more effective response to security challenges posed by Russia. Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine for European and Euro-Atlantic integration Olga Stefanishyna said this during an online conference organized […]

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Stoltenberg: NATO to step up practical support to Ukraine & Georgia

NATO appreciates the partnership with Ukraine and Georgia and will continue to step up practical support to both countries in the field of security and defense reform, according to NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg. He said this at an online press conference following the second day of meetings of the NATO foreign ministers, according to an […]

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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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NATO meets over Alexei Navalny poisoning

On September 4, members of the NATO defense alliance will hold a special session to discuss the poisoning of Russian opposition leader Aleksei Navalny with a military-grade nerve agent Novichok. The 30-member Western military alliance is expected to formally call on Russia to conduct a full and transparent investigation, but more concrete measures are unlikely […]

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One more country supports Ukraine on its way to NATO and EU membership

During a conversation with the newly appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs of Northern Macedonia, Bujar Osmani, the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba arranged on supports Ukraine on its way to NATO and EU membership. Also, they discussed issues of North Macedonia’s joining the EU sanctions policy towards Russia, as well as trade […]

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U.S. Senate backs $250 mln in security aid for Ukraine

U.S. Senate has backed the National Defense Authorization Act for 2021 Fiscal Year, which provides $250 million in security assistance for Ukraine, UNIAN report. The bill was backed by 86 senators, while 14 opposed it, as reported on the U.S. Senate’s website. Among other things, the bill “provides $250 million in security assistance for Ukraine, […]

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