Monthly Archives: August 2020

Ukrainian PM announces readiness to supply water to Crimea “in case of humanitarian disaster”

He says the water will not be supplied to “the occupation forces, to meet military bases’ needs.” Ukraine’s PM has again raised the issue of water supplies to Crimea Photo from UNIAN Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal does not rule out the possibility of supplying drinking water from the mainland of Ukraine to Russia-occupied Crimea in the event of, as

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Russia promises to respond with nuclear strike to any missile

Russia will respond with a nuclear strike to any missile attack on its territory, said the representatives of the Russian General Staff in an article for in the newspaper “Red Star”. Major General Andrey Sterlin and the leading researcher of the Academy at the Russian Armed Forces Alexander Khryapin claim that when the missiles are launched towards Russia, it will not be

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MEP Gill on authorities’ attack on 112 Ukraine: It is not only illegal, but also immoral

President Zelensky uses government regulators to illegally seize corporate rights, according to the MEP The fact that President Zelensky uses government regulators to illegally seize corporate rights is unacceptable. It is impossible to imagine that something similar happens in the West or in the USA. The MEP in 2014-2020 Nathan Gill commented on the attempt of raider seizure of 112

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U.S. Justice Department accuses Ukrainian oligarch Kolomoisky of laundering millions of dollars

The U.S. accused Ukrainian oligarch Igor Kolomoisky of embezzling billions of dollars from PrivatBank and using a huge number of companies to launder that money in the United States and around the world. The U.S. Department of Justice intends to confiscate two commercial real estate objects, which the oligarch allegedly purchased with stolen funds from PrivatBank, announced the press service

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Tikhanovskaya, opponent of Lukashenko in the election, at her second attempt answered whom Crimea belongs to

Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, contestant of President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko, said that “legally Crimea is Ukrainian, in fact it is Russian.” Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, Belarusian opposition politician and presidential candidate, at her second attempt gave answer on Crimea status. She discussed it during her interview for Euroradio. “I can answer to that from the point of view of a human being, a

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Russian Virologist Questions Safety of Country’s Coronavirus Vaccine

A Russian virologist has questioned the country’s swiftly developed coronavirus vaccine, warning that it could be dangerous for people who have antibodies against the virus. Russia is one of several countries racing to develop a vaccine to halt the disease that has killed more than 700,000 people and slammed the global economy. One vaccine, developed by the state-run Gamaleya institute,

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Putin declared Russia is not yet formed after USSR collapse

Russian President Vladimir Putin thinks that Russia is vulnerable and needs inner stability and time for strengthening. Vladimir Putin, President of Russia, said Russia is still in the formation stage after Soviet Union had collapsed, and thanked those who supported amendments to RF’s Constitution, reads the Interfax report on July 03. Putin reminded that “quite little time” has passed since

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Straight views by Mike Hilbert

    Since the fall of the USSR Eastern Europe has become a war zone. From the collapse of Czechoslovakia to the wars in Yugoslavia, Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine. Moscow continues to destabilize all of Eastern Europe in an attempt to sabotage the spread of democracy, stability, prosperity and the rule of law. In this context the response of the West

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Wrong time to relax

      The intelligence agency has named the main threats Ukraine is facing By Valeriy Kondratiuk, head of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine A hybrid war, an armed conflict, Russia’s aggressive policy towards internal socio-economic and political processes in Ukraine, attempts by Kremlin authorities to undermine support for our state at the international level – these are the main threats

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Lukashenko comments on idea of Belarus merging with Russia into Union State

The country’s long-time leader also spoke about the alleged proposal to head the new state’s parliament. REUTERS President Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus believes that creating a Union State with Russia is no longer an option. “First of all, Belarusians themselves wouldn’t accept this” Lukashenko said in an interview with Ukraine’s Dmitry Gordon, seen by RBC-Ukraine. Lukashenko said the corresponding union of

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Lukashenko on extradition of ‘Wagner members’ to Ukraine: no one extradites anyone until asking country to first establish guilt

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko says that in order to extradite the fighters of the Russian private military campaign “Wagner” detained in Belarus to Ukraine, the Ukrainian side must prove their guilt. “I have never had such a question to and I think it never will,” Lukashenko said in an interview published Thursday, August 6 on the YouTube channel “Visiting

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Russia to cut spending on annexed Crimea

The costs will be reduced in the next two years. REUTERS Russia wants to cut spending on annexed Crimea by 8.5 billion rubles, or US$116 million, next year, to 76.1 billion rubles, or US$1.04 billion. This is reported by the Russian media, referring to a decision by Russia’s Finance Ministry. Financing in 2022 will be reduced by 9.1 billion rubles,

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Amnesty International has pimped itself out

This article is a reply to BS that Amnesty international published about Ukraine. There is no argument fiercer in feminism than the argument about prostitution. Say you want to ban it and the libertarian feminists denounce you as a ‘whorephobe’. Say you want to legalise it, and radical feminists denounce you as the tool of the patriarchy. Inevitably, Amnesty International

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U.S. Department of Justice accuses Kolomoisky of laundering funds from PrivatBank

The U.S. Department of Justice seeks the forfeiture of two commercial properties purchased with funds misappropriated from PrivatBank in Ukraine, according to a press release posted on the agency’s website. It notes that the United States filed two civil forfeiture complaints on August 6 in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida alleging that commercial real estate

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From dictatorship to democracy: Can Belarus make history on Sunday?

WED, AUG 5, 2020 UkraineAlert by Nicolai Khalezin The presidential election in Belarus this weekend promises to provide the toughest challenge to the country’s authoritarian regime for over a quarter of a century. Sunday’s vote pits the incumbent and five-term president Alexander Lukashenko against 37-year-old former English language teacher Svetlana Tikhanovskaya. This unlikely David and Goliath confrontation took shape after

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Eight member states of UN Security Council issue joint statement on Georgia

10:19, 06.08.2020 The situation in Georgia after the August 2008 war was discussed at a closed session of the UN Security Council. Assistant-Secretary-General Miroslav Jenča delivered a report. The meeting was held in an online format, attended by representatives of Belgium, Estonia, France and Germany, the United States and the United Kingdom, as well as representatives of the new members,

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