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      Estonia points to human rights violations in occupied parts of Georgia, Ukraine
      Dec06

      Estonia points to human rights violations in occupied parts of Georgia, Ukraine

      Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Reinsalu has noted in a meeting of the OSCE that violations of international rights and fundamental rights along with the continued crises in Georgia and Ukraine endanger security in the wider region of OSCE countries. …read more Source:: Baltic News...

      Russia: Coming Normandy summit to include Putin- Zelenskiy conversation
      Dec02

      Russia: Coming Normandy summit to include Putin- Zelenskiy conversation

      Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has confirmed that the long-prepared meeting of the presidents of Ukraine, Russia, France and the German Chancellor will take place on December 9. …read more Source:: Baltic News...

      Apple complies with Moscow’s wishes in Crimea map
      Nov28

      Apple complies with Moscow’s wishes in Crimea map

      The U.S. tech firm Apple has complied with the demands of Moscow and introduced to the users of its smartphone in Apple Maps a map, where illegally-annexed Crimea is shown as a part of Russia not Ukraine. …read more Source:: Baltic News...

      European Parliament adopts amendments on poultry imports from Ukraine
      Nov27

      European Parliament adopts amendments on poultry imports from Ukraine

      The European Parliament invites Ukraine to comply with the trade agreement that provides for a “spirit of trust» with the European Union, stressing that food safety standards apply to all products imported to the EU, as reported by EP representative Jānis Krastiņš. …read more Source:: Baltic News...

      Ukraine remembers Maidan protests and their victims
      Nov22

      Ukraine remembers Maidan protests and their victims

      In Ukrainian cities, the sixth anniversary of the so-called Maidan protests has been held remembering the barricade movement that ousted the pro-Kremlin President of Ukraine, Viktor Yanukovych, and resulted in the death of around a hundred people. …read more Source:: Baltic News...

      Investigators of MH17 downing point to close Putin ally
      Nov15

      Investigators of MH17 downing point to close Putin ally

      Dutch-led investigators of the downing of the 2014 flight MH17 over Ukraine have published a series of phone intercepts, among them one between former senior Kremlin official and pro-Kremlin separatists rebels blamed for the crash. …read more Source:: Baltic News...

      «The children arrive truly traumatised». Lithuania hosts 500 Ukrainian pupils
      Nov12

      «The children arrive truly traumatised». Lithuania hosts 500 Ukrainian pupils

      In Lithuanian schools, there currently learn more than 500 students from Ukraine, including the war-torn east of the country. …read more Source:: Baltic News...

      Ukrainian central bank ex-governor links attacks to oligarch over PrivatBank
      Nov12

      Ukrainian central bank ex-governor links attacks to oligarch over PrivatBank

      Valeria Gontareva, whose family has been targeted in car and arson attacks, has linked the unclear events to an Ukrainian oligarch and the nationalisation of Ukraine’s largest bank PrivatBank. …read more Source:: Baltic News...

      Russia starts selling train tickets to annexed Crimea
      Nov11

      Russia starts selling train tickets to annexed Crimea

      A Russian railway company has begun selling train tickets from St. Petersburg to Crimea, the peninsular illegally seized from Ukraine. The first trip from St. Petersburg for Sevastopol in December will take 43.5 hours. …read more Source:: Baltic News...

      Ukraine, pro-Kremlin separatists pave way to peace talks by withdrawal
      Oct30

      Ukraine, pro-Kremlin separatists pave way to peace talks by withdrawal

      In the war-torn eastern Ukraine, its army and Russian-backed separatists have begun withdrawal of forces from the town on Zolote. It is a key precondition to Russia-Ukraine peace talks, where Germany and France would participate as mediators. …read more Source:: Baltic News...