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UN: Russia doesn’t find perpetrators as Crimeans report repression
Jul07

UN: Russia doesn’t find perpetrators as Crimeans report repression

The UN has found in a report on the situation of human rights in Russian-occupied Crimea that Crimeans have complained about torture from law-enforcement bodies, but possible perpetrators have not been held accountable. …read more Source:: Baltic News...

Ukraine ready to put de-occupation of Crimea on agenda
Jul03

Ukraine ready to put de-occupation of Crimea on agenda

In this week Russian constitutional referendum, a constitutional amendment considered as passed is one that sets forth “the inviolability of Russian borders». Meanwhile, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba has said to Radio Free Europe that the de-occupation of the Russian-annexed Crime is inevitable. …read more Source:: Baltic...

EU prolongs sanctions against Russia over Ukraine conflict
Jun30

EU prolongs sanctions against Russia over Ukraine conflict

The European Union on Monday prolonged economic sanctions against Russia for six months for failing to live up to its commitments to the peace agreement in Ukraine, informs LETA/AP. …read more Source:: The Baltic...

Lithuania welcomes Ukraine’s decision to terminate fertilizer market probe
Jun26

Lithuania welcomes Ukraine’s decision to terminate fertilizer market probe

Lithuania has welcomed Ukraine’s decision to terminate its fertilizer market probe that was launched in August 2019 and raised concerns for Lithuania’s fertilizer producers and exporters, informs LETA/BNS. …read more Source:: The Baltic...

EU renews sanctions on Russia by 1 year
Jun19

EU renews sanctions on Russia by 1 year

The Council of the European Union on Thrusday decided to renew the sanctions introduced in response to the illegal annexation of Crimea and Sevastopol by the Russian Federation until June 23, 2021, informs LETA/BNS. …read more Source:: The Baltic...

Workers from Ukraine, Belarus can come to Lithuania more easily after lockdown ends
Jun17

Workers from Ukraine, Belarus can come to Lithuania more easily after lockdown ends

Workers from Ukraine and Belarus can come to Lithuania more easily after the end of quarantine in the country, informs LETA/BNS. …read more Source:: The Baltic...

«Disrespect to victim’s families» – Ukraine pushes for Iran plane crash probe
Jun11

«Disrespect to victim’s families» – Ukraine pushes for Iran plane crash probe

The downing of a Ukrainian passenger plane in Iran and the death of 176 people has not yet been investigated internationally. Ukraine has this week called on Iran to hand over the “black boxes» to international investigators, Ukrinform news agency reports. …read more Source:: Baltic News...

Ukraine sees 4 900 medical staff infected with COVID-19
Jun05

Ukraine sees 4 900 medical staff infected with COVID-19

In Ukraine, as of Friday, June 5, several thousand medical workers and close to two thousand children have been confirmed as having been infected with the novel coronavirus, Ukrinform reports. …read more Source:: Baltic News...

The story in history. Svetlana Alexievich speaks with Nina L. Khrushcheva  – The Baltic Times
May02

The story in history. Svetlana Alexievich speaks with Nina L. Khrushcheva – The Baltic Times

An exceedingly private person, Alexievich recently met with Nina L. Khrushcheva in Ukraine, where both were participating in a Holocaust memoria…… …read more Source:: The Baltic...

EU ambassador to Ukraine: EU sanctions against Russia to remain tied to Minsk agreements  – The Baltic Times
Apr10

EU ambassador to Ukraine: EU sanctions against Russia to remain tied to Minsk agreements – The Baltic Times

KYIV – The European Union’s economic sanctions against Russia are politically tied to Russia’s fulfillment of the Minsk agreements, and …… …read more Source:: The Baltic...