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Articles with tag "Ukraine"
Moscow Seeks Access to Captured Russian on Ukraine Frontline
Russia has demanded access to a captured citizen they say was a ceasefire observer. Ukraine alleges he was a spy.
Russia, France, Germany May Meet on Ukraine
Moscow said Putin, Macron and Merkel instructed the ministers to work toward a meeting during a joint telephone call.
Russia Shouldn’t Negotiate With ‘Vassal’ Ukraine, Ex-President Medvedev Says
Dmitry Medvedev attacked Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy and called on the Kremlin to reject any attempts to negotiate with him.
Ukraine Calls for Russia Sanctions Over Hungary Gas Deal
Kiev slammed the contract to supply 4.5 billion cubic meters of Russian natural gas to Hungary via non-Ukrainian transit routes as “political.”
UPTICK IN VIOLENCE
Two Killed in Ukraine Separatist East
The Ukrainian army has been locked in a conflict with separatist fighters in the eastern Donetsk and Lugansk regions since 2014.
Zelenskiy Vows ‘Strong Response’ After Attack on Aide
Gunmen opened fire on a car carrying one of the Ukrainian president's senior aides in what officials described as an assassination attempt.
Ukraine Launches Military Drills with NATO
Ukraine's tensions with Russia remain high over the Kremlin-backed insurgency in the country's east.
over the border
Breakaway Ukrainian Region to Bus Russian Passport Holders to the Polls
An estimated 600,000 Russian passport holders from the separatist-held Donbass region are eligible to vote in the Sept. 17-19 poll.
Ukraine Says Soldier Killed by Separatists in Fresh Fighting
Fighting has picked up in the east of the country and the latest death was the fourth Ukrainian soldier killed in three days.
Russia Plans to Boost Separatist Support, Says Ukraine
Ukraine's accusation comes after Moscow refused to extend the mandate of international observers stationed on the border.
appeal to ally
Ukraine's Zelenskiy Seeks Biden's Support on NATO
The hard reality facing Zelenskiy is that his most ambitious goals for the U.S.-Ukrainian relationship face slow going.
In the Donbass, Russia’s Newest Citizens Prepare to Vote
The Kremlin is interested in the people of the Donbass as additional reserves of loyal voters.
show of solidarity
Ukraine Marches With NATO Allies on 30th Independence Anniversary
Most of the marching Ukrainian soldiers had fought against pro-Russia separatists in an ongoing conflict in the eastern Donbass region.
Ukraine FM Denies Its Evacuation Plane Was ‘Hijacked’ in Kabul
An official “was explaining in general the unprecedented level of difficulties that diplomats have had to face,” the ministry said.
Ukraine Blocks Access to Popular Russian News Sites
The Kremlin criticized the move, describing Ukraine as being on a path towards "strangling freedom of speech."
Merkel Struggles to Reassure Ukraine on Nord Stream 2
Ukraine's Zelenskiy warned that the pipeline was "a dangerous geopolitical weapon" for Moscow.
Ukraine Eyes 'Guarantees' From Merkel in Farewell Visit
Volodymyr Zelenskiy hopes the German Chancellor will bring Kiev a Russian promise to maintain gas transit fees for Ukraine.
Ukraine Sends Barbed Wire to Lithuania for Belarus Border
Lithuania accuses Belarus strongman Alexander Lukashenko of deliberately encouraging unauthorized arrivals of migrants in retaliation for sanctions.
'Not safe even abroad'
Missing Belarus Dissident Found Hanged in Ukraine Park
Vitaly Shishov headed the Belarusian House in Ukraine, an NGO helping his compatriots flee repression in Belarus.
see you in court
Russia Takes Ukraine to European Court Over Post-Annexation Grievances
The filing marks Russia's first-ever interstate complaint with the ECHR and includes a slew of offenses it says Ukraine has committed.
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