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We Want It Like in Ukraine, Part 2
On the day Moscow was rocked by another censorship scandal, Zelenskiy’s inspiring inaugural speech gave Russians plenty of food for thought.
Ukraine’s Zelenskiy Asks U.S. for Stronger Anti-Russia Sanctions on First Day in Office
The new Ukrainian president's meeting with a U.S. delegation was one of his first foreign policy actions.
Putin Has No Plans to Congratulate Zelenskiy on Inauguration — Kremlin
Putin said he will congratulate Zelenskiy if he changes relations with Russia.
New Ukrainian President Zelenskiy Takes Office, Calls to End War in East
The new leader said Ukraine is ready for dialogue with Russia.
Russia's Crimean Annexation Cost Ukrainian Ports $400M – FT
Russia has restricted Ukrainian ships' passage through the Kerch Strait since it annexed Crimea in 2014.
Putin Aide Says Remarks About Ukraine’s Jewish Repopulation ‘Distorted’
Glazyev had written that Ukraine's new president could populate the Donbass region with "inhabitants of the Promised Land."
Putin Aide Says New Ukraine Leader Could Populate War-Torn Region With Jews
The blog post appeared the same day that Ukrainian President-elect Zelenskiy met with top Orthodox Jewish Hasidic rabbis.
Ukraine’s Zelenskiy: Border ‘Only Thing Left in Common’ With Russia
Putin recently called Russians and Ukrainians “one people” with common “cultural, language and historical traits.”
UN Mission Criticizes Probe into Odessa Deaths
Russia’s Foreign Ministry accused Ukraine of “persistently impeding” the investigation into the deaths of 48 people during riots.
Thanks, Putin, But Ukrainians Won’t Want Russian Passports
A provocative citizenship offer from the Kremlin challenges Ukraine’s new president to work on making all citizens feel welcome.
Russia Opens First Center To Issue Russian Passports to East Ukrainians
The center will be able to process 200 applications per day from the unrecognized Luhansk People’s Republic.
Putin Says Russians and Ukrainians Would Benefit From Shared Citizenship
Ukrainian President-elect Volodymyr Zelenskiy has said that Putin should not expect many Ukrainians to take up his offer.
Kremlin Says It's ‘Too Early’ to Discuss Russian Passports for All Ukrainians
President Vladimir Putin previously said Moscow was considering offering all Ukrainian citizens fast-tracked Russian passports.
Putin Says Russia May Offer Fast-Tracked Passports to All Ukrainians
Earlier Putin signed a decree making it easier for eastern Ukrainians to obtain Russian passports and citizenship.
Putin's 'Passportization' Move Aimed At Keeping the Donbass Conflict on Moscow's Terms
We cannot know what exactly the Kremlin means to do with its soon-to-be-minted citizens in Donbass.
Ukraine Passes Language Restriction, Worsening Dispute With Neighbors
Much of the Ukrainian population still speaks Russian.
Ukraine Vote Shows ‘Total’ Policy Failure of Departing Leader – Putin
It's the first time Russia's president has commented on the Ukrainian vote.
Putin: Nothing Wrong With Us Giving Passports to East Ukraine Residents
Putin said Russia's decision was no different from what EU states were already doing.
Russia’s Passport Offer to East Ukrainians Slammed in Kiev, Washington
Ukrainian president-elect Zelenskiy called for the international community to threaten Russia with more sanctions.
Putin Simplifies Russian Citizenship Process for Eastern Ukrainians
Putin signed the decree shortly after Ukraine officially declared Volodymyr Zelenskiy the winner of its presidential election.
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