Monthly Archives: September 2019

U.S. carries out missile strikes on Syria without informing Russia

The U.S. has launched a missile strike on the infrastructure of the Syrian branch of al-Qaeda near the city of Idlib. According to the U.S. Central Command, the targets of the operation targeted al-Qaida in Syria leaders responsible for attacks threatening U.S. citizens, our partners, and innocent civilians. According to the Pentagon, the operation will further degrade their ability to

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Presidents of Ukraine, Lithuania discuss Ukraine’s path of EU integration

17:46, 01 September 2019 The Lithuanian leader invited Zelensky to Vilnius. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky met with his Lithuanian counterpart Gitanas Nausėda during his visit to Warsaw to commemorate the 80th anniversary of World War II and discussed with the Lithuanian leader Ukraine’s movement toward the European Union. “We have chosen this course and will continue to make reforms. We

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Pence assures Zelensky of U.S. further support for Ukraine’s integrity, including Crimea

20:15, 01 September 2019 The U.S. official said he was very pleased to meet the Ukrainian leader personally. U.S. Vice President Mike Pence met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Warsaw on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II and assured the Ukrainian leader of the U.S. further support for Ukraine’s territorial integrity, including

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Zelensky critical of Presidential Office chief over choosing Saint-Tropez trip over Independence Day celebrations in Kyiv

Bohdan had gone on an official leave several days prior to celebrations. REUTERS President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky believes Head of his office, Andriy Bohdan made a wrong move when, instead of joining other senior officials at Independence Day celebrations in Kyiv, he spent the day attending a friend’s wedding in Saint-Tropez, even despite the fact that he was on

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ECHR to consider lawsuit of Ukraine against Russia on human rights violations in Crimea

On September 11, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) will consider an interstate case in a lawsuit filed by Ukraine against Russia regarding violations side of human rights in illegally annexed Crimea by the Russian. The press service of the ECHR reported about the hearing being scheduled, as cited by Ukrinform. Among the violations of articles of the European

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The Bellingcat: Suspected Assassin In The Berlin Killing Used Fake Identity Documents

Stories in the ‘Context” section are not fakes. We publish them in order to provide greater insight for our readers about the techniques, methods and practices used by the Russian government in its information war. By Bellingcat Investigation Team What we know so far Last Friday, 23 August 2019, Zelimkhan Khangoshvili, a Georgian citizen living in Germany, was assassinated in

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U.S. to help Poland, Ukraine disconnect from Russian gas – Reuters

10:00, 01 September 2019 The Russia-Ukraine gas transit agreement is due to expire in January and Ukrainian energy authorities are worried that Moscow could stop gas supplies through Ukraine, leaving some Ukrainian regions without gas in winter. The United States, Poland, and Ukraine agreed on Saturday to enhance cooperation over secure gas supplies in the region which still relies on

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Ukroboronprom employee who spied for Russia sentenced to 9 years

A Zaporizhia resident had been gathering intelligence for Russia on various aspects of the functioning of Ukraine’s defense industry and the socio-political situation in the region. A district court in Kyiv has sentenced to nine years in prison a Russian intelligence asset who had worked at one of Ukraine’s defense enterprises, according to the SBU press center. Counterintelligence operatives revealed

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