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Ukraine’s President Poroshenko to send ex-PM Tymoshenko back to prison for plans to impeach him?

 There has been an unexpected twist to the growing scandal that broke in the Ukrainian Parliament after former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko initiated campaign to impeach president Poroshenko. MPs from the ruling party Petro Poroshenko Block demanded that Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yurii Lutsenko launch a new investigation into the …

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Petition for restitution on Poroshenko’s website: Ukraine is not ready for real Europe

It seemed that after signing the Association Agreement with the EU on July 27, 2014, Ukraine sent a clear message that becoming part of European family is her top-priority objective. However, the way to Europe never promised to be easy. The Kiev authorities had a lot of work to do …

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Message to the government of Ukraine #OpUkraine

Citizens of the European Union! We are anonymous. For a long time we stood off the grid, remained neutral and silently watched the Ukrainian authorities forging their way to gain the confidence of the European community, deftly hiding true face behind masks of lies and hypocrisy. The time has come …

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Merkel Failed as a Peace-Builder

Do you remember all this publicity surrounding allegedly fake letter of German Ambassador to Ukraine Ernst Reichel addressed to Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko that sparked a week or two ago? In this letter Berlin demanded from Kiev an immediate implementation of the Minsk Protocol (http://www.groundreport.com/minsk-agreements-implementation-part-merkels-election-campaign/). After giving a second thought …

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Is Ukraine going to sue Jarosław Kaczyński at the International Court of Justice?

In recent months, diplomatic conflicts between Poland and Ukraine have become main political events in Eastern Europe. Despite the close economic ties and a long-term history of relations between these two countries, Warsaw and Kiev keep difference of principle if speaking of some historic and territory-related matters. Activities of Ukrainian …

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Ukraine welcomes Donald Trump with high ranking staff revolution

The fuss about the US presidential election is gradually fading. The whole world is to face it finally as it is: Trump defeated Hillary Clinton and officially took the Office. While some countries and a whole half of the American political elite stay confused and keep wondering about the first …

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Belarusian Young Front Is Siding With Ukrainian Ultras Against Lukashenko

Patriots of Belarus and Ukrainian Right Sector mount a new ‘Maidan’ in Minsk On January 10, the Belarusian Young Front organization provided humanitarian assistance to Ukrainian army, spending some time with media representatives. http://belarus-mt.ru/blog/43561221595/Pochemu-idei-Molodogo-fronta-vrednyi-dlya-Belarusi Former Belarusian political prisoner, Edward Lobov, who is fighting alongside with Ukrainian volunteers, was present at …

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Minsk agreements’ implementation as part of Merkel’s election campaign

Rapidly changing international situation, the change of Washington’s Administration and forthcoming elections in European countries make European politicians commit controversial and sometimes even illogical acts. In November, 2016 Angela Merkel announced her intention to run for a fourth term as German Chancellor. But in 2017, it is to be the …

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General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces vs Sophisticated Technologies

Racing each other, officers of Ukraine’s Ministry of Defense and the leadership of Ukraine’s General Staff criticize the unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), 72 of which (Raven RQ-11B) have been received from the USA. Ukrainians have called them ‘stone age’ vehicles. It is believed that these analog UAVs would be difficult …

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The Polish-Ukrainian dispute over the Volhynia massacre is gaining momentum

On July 22, 2016, the Polish parliament lower house, with 432 votes out of the possible 460 cast, passed the resolution establishing July 11 as National Remembrance Day “In memory of the victims of genocide – citizens of the Second Rzeczpospolita – committed by Ukrainian Nationalists from 1943-1945”. President of …

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