Monthly Archives: October 2020

The chief physician of the hospital in Omsk, where Navalny’s “poisoning” was finally ruled out, was given a new position

The Ministry of Health of the Omsk Region appointed to a new position Alexander Murakhovsky, the chief physician of the emergency hospital No. 1 (BSMP No. 1) in Omsk, where Alexei Navalny was taken after the poisoning . Murakhovsky became the acting head of the city clinical hospital number 1, writes “Taiga.info”. Explaining the appointment of Murakhovsky, the head of the regional Ministry of Health,

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Handziuk murder: Key witness strikes deal with prosecutors, testifies against masterminds

Before each court hearing, Pavlovsky, who is only charged with concealing the crime, would reportedly receive threats over the phone. Former MP aide Ihor Pavlovsky, a key witness in the Kherson activist Kateryna Handziuk murder case, has finally spoken up in court, testifying against who he calls masterminds of the deadly acid attack: Chairman of the Kherson regional council Vladyslav

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Lukashenko claims Tikhanovskaya herself asked for help in leaving Belarus

According to the country’s president, nobody ousted the opposition figurehead abroadSvetlana Tikhanovskaya© Kay Nietfeld/dpa via AP MINSK, October 9. /TASS/. Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said that former presidential candidate Svetlana Tikhanovskaya herself asked to be taken out of the country, but after crossing the border she was “taken under control by Lithuania’s intelligence agencies,” the Belarusian news agency BelTA said on Friday.

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Economy Ministry: 98% of Ukrainian goods to receive access to British market

09.10.2020 13:14 Due to the signed Agreement on Political Cooperation, Free Trade, and Strategic Partnership between Ukraine and the United Kingdom, about 98% of all Ukrainian goods will have free access to the market of this country. The press service of the Ministry for Development of Economy, Trade and Agriculture of Ukraine wrote about this on its Facebook page. The

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MS Estonia: Europe’s worst shipping disaster ’caused by Baltic submarine collision’

The 1994 sinking of an Estonian cruise ship in which 852 people drowned may have been caused by a collision with a submarine, a documentary team has suggested. The programme’s makers said a remote-controlled probe they sent to explore the wreckage of the MS Estonia had spotted a previously unknown hole in the hull that is four metres high and

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Russian disinformation shadows Ukrainian-British-US Joint Endeavor 2020 exercise

Article by: Yuri Lapaiev, The Jamestown Foundation The Russian Armed Forces’ largest military exercise of the year, Kavkaz 2020, was held on September 21–23, in the southwestern part of the country (TASS, September 20). Although, officially, the Kavkaz maneuvers were presented as having nothing to do with Ukraine, some non-Russian experts warned that these massive drills could serve as a rehearsal for occupation

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Zelensky hoodwinks EU

A 2,000-word joint statement issued after a summit between top officials of Ukraine and the European Union “encompassed a broad range of issues of common interest, including the importance of a continued commitment from the Ukrainian government to reform the judiciary, foster development of a civil society and support press liberties,” adding: “We agreed that cooperation and EU assistance in

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“Black Sea mosquito fleet”: how the UK will help Ukraine regain its naval footing

ALYA SHANDRA On 7 and 8 October, Ukraine and the UK signed two important agreements. On 8 October – a comprehensive trade and cooperation agreement that will replace the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement after Brexit. We wrote about its details here. A no less important agreement was concluded on 7 October – the countries signed a memorandum to re-equip the Ukrainian Navy

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