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Section: NL Times (The Netherlands)

      Still questions on Ukraine referendum funding
      Feb03

      Still questions on Ukraine referendum funding

      The Ukraine referendum committee already received 170 applications for subsidies. Half of them is “technically incorrect”, for example they are missing a signature on a form. And some applications were lacking in content. That means that when the committee meets on these applications on Wednesday, they will only be able to make a...

      Ukraine: Dutch never asked for MH17 radar images
      Feb03

      Ukraine: Dutch never asked for MH17 radar images

      The Ukrainian government never received a request from the Dutch Safety Board for radar images of the MH17 aircraft disaster, the then First Deputy Minister of Transport Vladimir Shulmeister said in an interview with Dutch newspaper AD. The post Ukraine: Dutch never asked for MH17 radar images appeared first on NL Times. …read more Source:...

      MH17 families call on PM Rutte to “get to the bottom” of attack
      Jan13

      MH17 families call on PM Rutte to “get to the bottom” of attack

      A group of 18 families, frustrated by the Netherlands’ slow pace at investigating the crash of flight MH17, are calling on Prime Minister Mark Rutte to pressure Russia, Ukraine, and the United States into releasing raw radar images taken on the day of the crash. They are angered that Russia vetoed a proposal last July to try suspects in the...

      Dutch MPs angered by Juncker’s Ukraine referendum push; Wilders: “Intimidation
      Jan11

      Dutch MPs angered by Juncker’s Ukraine referendum push; Wilders: “Intimidation

      European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker warns that a definite “no vote” in the Netherlands’ referendum about the association agreement with Ukraine in April will lead to a major crisis. PVV leader Geert Wilders calls this warning “intimidation”. D66 leader Alexander Pechtold sees it as a threat. The post...

      MH17 Investigators: Ukraine, Russia refuse to provide radar images
      Dec24

      MH17 Investigators: Ukraine, Russia refuse to provide radar images

      According to the Dutch Safety Board, Russia and the Ukraine refuse to provide vital images of the MH17 disaster stating that they were “erased” or missing due to “maintenance” The post MH17 Investigators: Ukraine, Russia refuse to provide radar images appeared first on NL Times. …read more Source: NL...

      Report: Paintings stolen from Hoorn museum surfaces in Ukraine
      Dec07

      Report: Paintings stolen from Hoorn museum surfaces in Ukraine

      Paintings that were stole from the Westfries Museum in Horn in 2005, surfaced in the hands of a nationalist militia in Ukrain The post Report: Paintings stolen from Hoorn museum surfaces in Ukraine appeared first on NL Times. …read more Source: NL...

      Ukraine president: Voting no on referendum is a “yes” vote for Putin
      Nov26

      Ukraine president: Voting no on referendum is a “yes” vote for Putin

      Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko is very hopeful that the Netherlands will vote for the association agreement with Ukraine in the referendum in April next year. He stresses the importance of Dutch people’s right to express themselves in a referendum, though he calls the voting “corn on Putin’s mill” The post Ukraine...

      Ukrainian leader Poroshenko to visit Dutch PM, King
      Nov23

      Ukrainian leader Poroshenko to visit Dutch PM, King

      Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko will be paying a visit to the Netherlands on Thursday and Friday. During his visit he will meet with King Willem-Alexander and Prime Minister Mark Rutte to discuss bilateral relations and developments in the Ukraine. The post Ukrainian leader Poroshenko to visit Dutch PM, King appeared first on NL Times....

      Dutch police sent to monitor eastern Ukraine conflict
      Oct21

      Dutch police sent to monitor eastern Ukraine conflict

      The Netherlands has sent nine police officers to the Ukraine to monitor the situation of the conflict in the eastern part of the country. These nine officers will be working for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe’s observation mission. The post Dutch police sent to monitor eastern Ukraine conflict appeared first on NL...

      Ukraine: No reason to close airspace before MH17
      Oct15

      Ukraine: No reason to close airspace before MH17

      According to Olexander Horin, the Ukrainian ambassador in the Netherlands, his country had no reason to close the airspace above the conflict area before the disaster with flight MH17. The post Ukraine: No reason to close airspace before MH17 appeared first on NL Times. …read more Source: NL...