Monthly Archives: October 2019

U.S. Congress delegation pledges full support for Ukraine’s territorial integrity

A delegation of the United States Congress has assured Ukraine of the full support for its territorial integrity and independence. Congressman John Garamendi, Chairman of the Readiness Subcommittee within the House Armed Services Committee, said this during a meeting with Ukrainian Defense Minister Andriy Zahorodniuk in Kyiv on Friday, October 4, the press service of the Ministry of Defense of

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Russian military attaché expelled from Belarus for espionage

Russian military attaché  Roman Spiridonov was expelled from Belarus for espionage, reports news outlet. The publication writes that Roman Spiridonov “is not a diplomat at all.” His main task is intelligence activities. “However, he doesn’t carry out his functions professionally, because his track record already has a high-profile failure – his expulsion from France, also on charges of espionage,” the newspaper

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Azarov, Shokin, Lutsenko: A trio that only certain foreign journalists find credible

With Ukraine making headlines around the world, journalists from outside Ukraine have been turning to dubious sources to get the “real story” behind the explosive charges that have triggered the impeachment investigation into U.S. President Donald J. Trump. Trump is under investigation by the U.S. House for putting pressure on Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate ex-U.S. Vice President Joe

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