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      Putin outlines 7-point plan to settle Ukraine crisis
      Sep04

      Putin outlines 7-point plan to settle Ukraine crisis

      Russian President Vladimir Putin proposed a seven-point plan on Wednesday to stop military clashes in southeast Ukraine, which have claimed over 2,600 lives since March. …read more Source:...

      Putin, Poroshenko discuss ‘steps’ toward ceasefire in eastern Ukraine,Kremlin clarifies
      Sep03

      Putin, Poroshenko discuss ‘steps’ toward ceasefire in eastern Ukraine,Kremlin clarifies

      The Kremlin said Wednesday that Russian and Ukrainian presidents have just discussed “steps” towards a ceasefire in eastern Ukraine, denying any “permanent” ceasefire agreement as Kiev announced earlier in the day. …read more Source:...

      Putin, Poroshenko discuss lasting ceasefire in Ukraine
      Sep03

      Putin, Poroshenko discuss lasting ceasefire in Ukraine

      Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Ukrainian counterpart Petro Poroshenko have discussed over telephone possible steps to realize lasting ceasefire in southeastern Ukraine, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Wednesday. …read more Source:...

      E Ukraine ceasefire discussed in Minsk talks
      Sep03

      E Ukraine ceasefire discussed in Minsk talks

      A recent meeting of international mediators in Minsk discussed the possibility of reaching a ceasefire between government troops and pro-independence insurgents in eastern Ukraine, the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry said Tuesday. …read more Source:...

      Lavrov urges Washington to moderate ‘party of war’ in Kiev
      Sep02

      Lavrov urges Washington to moderate ‘party of war’ in Kiev

      Only the United States is able ‘to moderate the party of war’ in Ukraine, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Tuesday. …read more Source:...

      Russia rules out military interference in Ukraine crisis, warns further anti-sanction moves
      Sep02

      Russia rules out military interference in Ukraine crisis, warns further anti-sanction moves

      Russia said Monday that it would not militarily interfere in the ongoing Ukraine crisis, and warn against possible intensified sanctions the West was mulling. …read more Source:...

      Putin accuses Kiev, West of provoking insurgent offensive
      Sep01

      Putin accuses Kiev, West of provoking insurgent offensive

      The recent offensive of anti-government insurgents in eastern Ukraine was provoked by Kiev’s actions and the West’s refusal to get to the root of the situation, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Monday. …read more Source:...

      Putin calls for talks on state system in eastern Ukraine
      Sep01

      Putin calls for talks on state system in eastern Ukraine

      Ukrainian authorities should start talks on the state system in southeastern regions of the country, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Sunday. …read more Source:...

      Obama blames Russia for violence in eastern Ukraine
      Aug29

      Obama blames Russia for violence in eastern Ukraine

      U.S. President Barack Obama on Thursday blamed Russia for the violence in eastern Ukraine, threatening “more costs” for Moscow. …read more Source:...

      Ukraine says ready to accept more Russian humanitarian aid with conditions
      Aug27

      Ukraine says ready to accept more Russian humanitarian aid with conditions

      Ukrainian Foreign Ministry said Tuesday it didn’t rule out a possibility of receiving a second convoy of humanitarian aid from Russia if certain conditions were met. …read more Source:...