Monthly Archives: October 2020

In the Ryazan region, 300 kilometers from Moscow, an ammunition depot caught fire, explosions are heard. This is how it looks

Updated . Because of the explosions of ammunition, 23 people turned to medical institutions, 10 of them were hospitalized with cuts, bruises and fractures. An emergency regime was introduced in two districts of the Ryazan region, several thousand people were evacuated. https://t.me/bbbreaking/66257 t.me/Lshot/21553 t.me/varlamov_news/20062 In the afternoon of October 7, a fire broke out in the Ryazan Region at the ammunition storage depot

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Ukraine wants to buy fifty more Bayraktar TB2 drones from Turkey

Ukraine and Turkey agree on the setting up of a large-scale assembly line for Turkish Bayraktar drones in Ukraine, said Vadym Nozdr, CEO of Ukrainian state-owned arms trading company Ukrspetsexport, in an interview with LB.ua. According to Ukrspetsexport CEO, now the sides are choosing a place for the production of drones. He specified that the Ukrainian Defense Ministry is going to

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Ukraine to introduce zero duty on wine imports from EU from 2021 – UN FAO

Zero duty on the import of wine from the EU will be introduced from 2021 in accordance with Ukraine’s commitments to zero import duties on a number of goods within a seven-year period after the signing of the economic part of the Association Agreement with the European Union, the Development Director of the Ukrainian Horticultural Association, the international consultant to

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Ukraine, Great Britain to sign Strategic Partnership Agreement, Memo on development of Ukrainian Navy worth GBP 1.25 bln

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky says that during his official visit to Great Britain two important strategic documents will be signed: the Strategic Partnership Agreement between the countries and the Memorandum on the development of the Ukrainian Navy for GBP 1.25 billion. “This is a very important visit. I believe it is the historic visit. First of all, we look

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Gazprom considers Belarusian protests as threat to gas transit to Europe

The current political crisis in Belarus and uncertainty toward the further development of the situation also increases the risks of the political instability and complications in the relations between Russia and Belarus Russian multinational energy corporation Gazprom is concerned that the protests in Belarus put at risk the gas transit to Europe as RBK reported. “The political unrest in Belarus

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DMP dies. Three districts may remain without heating in Donetsk

Mass layoffs at the Donetsk Metallurgical Plant pose a risk of disruption to the supply of heat to residents of the Leninskyi, Voroshylovskyi and Budonivskyi districts of the regional center. Chairman of the DMP trade union committee Nikolay Shpundra reported this in his address to the “DNR” leader D.Pushilin. The letter says that workers of the DMP have not received

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The Kremlin reacted to Poland’s multibillion-dollar fine against Gazprom

The Kremlin says the Polish regulator’s fine against Russia’s gas monopoly Gazprom is unlikely to have a more negative effect on relations with Poland, as they are hard to call prosperous. This was stated by the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov, reports “European Truth” with reference to TASS . “I have no doubt that everything that

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Zelensky: Ukraine will move towards ‘industrial visa-free regime’ with EU

07.10.2020 09:16 President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky stated that the Ukrainian delegation presented a vision for renewing the Association Agreement in the field of trade and sectoral cooperation. He said this during the 22nd EU-Ukraine Summit in Brussels on Tuesday, the president’s press service reports. “During the Summit, we paid considerable attention to the implementation of the Association Agreement. We have

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Russia’s Security Guarantees for Armenia Don’t Extend to Karabakh, Putin Says

Russia’s commitments to Armenia as part of a Moscow-led regional security bloc do not include the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region where fighting is raging between Armenia and Azerbaijan, President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday. In his first public comments on the deadly conflict since it broke out on Sept. 27, Putin called the 10-day eruption of fighting a “tragedy” whose end is “still a

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The deputy proposes to ban statements denying Russia’s military aggression and occupation

People’s Deputy Oleh Dunda proposes to counteract the information war on television and radio by expanding the powers of the National Council and criminal liability. On October 5, Oleh Dunda , a People’s Deputy from the Servant of the People faction, registered in parliament the bill  №4188 “On Amendments to the Law of Ukraine” On Television and Radio Broadcasting “to Combat Information Warfare”, which proposes

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Russia Adds Belarus Opposition Leader Tikhanovskaya to Wanted List

Russia has added Belarusian opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya to its interstate wanted list on a criminal charge, the state-run RIA Novosti news agency reported Wednesday.  Tikhanovskaya claimed victory against strongman leader Alexander Lukashenko in Belarus’ Aug. 9 presidential election but fled to neighboring Lithuania soon after, citing pressure from the authorities.  The Russian police database entry says Tikhanovskaya “is wanted

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Tsikhanouskaya meets with Merkel, Alliance 90/The Greens, CDU/CSU lawmakers

After the meeting with Merkel, Tsikhanouskaya said that Germany, France and Russia might act as the mediators in talks between the Belarusian opposition and Alexander Lukashenko Leader of the Belarusian opposition Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya met Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel and the MPs from the parliamentary factions Alliance 90/The Greens and CDU/CSU, as Deutsche Welle reported. Tsikhanouskaya stated during the talk

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IDP teen Kyrylo from occupied Luhansk : “Luhansk is a city of lost opportunities!”

Article by: Olha Terebynska The war in the Donbas is entering its seventh year. During this period, thousands of children have grown up in the occupied territories, and not many of them remember life under the Ukrainian government. Kyrylo Samozdra is 18 years old. He was born and raised in Luhansk. When war broke out, he was 12 and he spent

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Poland Fines Gazprom $7.5Bln Over Nord Stream 2

Long-standing opponent to pipeline issues “unprecedented” fine, alleging project restricts competition and hurts consumers. Poland’s anti-monopoly service has fined Gazprom more than $7.5 billion over its controversial Nord Stream 2 pipeline. After a two-year investigation, Polish authorities concluded that the pipeline damages Polish consumers and raised a host of concerns over energy security, market competition and the financial partnership struck

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Committee supports creation of TSC on “Wagnerians”

   The Verkhovna Rada Committee on Rules of Procedure Supports Draft Resolution on Establishment of Temporary Commission of Inquiry to Investigate Wagnerians’ Case. “The ruling will be submitted to the Verkhovna Rada for consideration.… There are already enough rumors and untruths about the Wagnerians’ case. It is enough to turn a blind eye to it and ignore it. The parliament

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Poroshenko’s health worsening

   The condition of the fifth president of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has worsened, he has developed pneumonia. The president’s wife Marina Poroshenko told Espreso.tv. “His condition is worse. He (Petro Poroshenko) has bilateral pneumonia. He is in hospital, he is receiving treatment. Unfortunately, his blood condition has now deteriorated – it is very thick. Doctors can’t even take it for

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‘We Owe Nothing to Anyone’: Russia Rejects Watchdog’s Navalny Novichok Confirmation

Russia rejects the global chemical weapons watchdog’s findings of a Novichok-type nerve agent in Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny’s samples, Moscow’s envoy in the Hague-based organization said Tuesday. The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) said earlier Tuesday that Navalny’s blood and urine samples taken by its experts in Germany contained traces of a type of nerve agent with

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Trump authorizes declassification of all Russia collusion, Hillary Clinton email probe documents

10/6/2020 – By Brooke Singman | Fox News President Trump on Tuesday said he has “fully authorized the total Declassification of any & all documents” related to the Russia investigation and the FBI’s investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server. “I have fully authorized the total Declassification of any & all documents pertaining to the single greatest political

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Zelensky: European partners assure there’s no threat to visa-free travel

Ukrainian tourists will be able to travel to EU countries as soon as the “epidemic situation allows.”The EU takes note of Ukraine’s significant progress / Photo from UNIAN Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky says his European partners have assured him that there are no threats to the visa-free regime between Ukraine and the EU, and Ukraine fulfills all the necessary criteria. He

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