Monthly Archives: November 2020

Venediktova Completely Rejects Resignation

   Prosecutor General, Iryna Venediktova, completely rejects her resignation. Ukrainian News agency learned this from a well-informed source. According to the source, the Presidential Office is already looking for a candidate to replace Venediktova. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, Zelenskyy says he has not changed his decision, and again promised to dismiss Venediktova as the prosecutor general in absence

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The House of Representatives voted against Russia’s participation in the Big Seven meetings

Now the initiative will have to be considered by the Senate The House of Representatives of the US Congress adopted a bill aimed at preventing Russia from participating in the Big Seven (G7) meetings and restoring the G8 format with the participation of the Russian Federation. The document provides for a ban on the use of federal funds by the

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RUSSIAN OCCUPATION AUTHORITIES USE FORCE AND INTIMIDATION TO SUPPRESS OPPOSITION IN CRIMEA – U.S.

 20 November 2020, 15:48 The U.S. Mission to the UN has called on Russia to immediately end its violations in the occupied Crimea, release all unjustly imprisoned Ukrainians and return full control over the peninsula to Ukraine. “The United States calls on Russia to immediately end its abuses in occupied Crimea, release all Ukrainians unjustly imprisoned for peaceful opposition, and

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Russia Imposes Reciprocal Sanctions on 25 UK Officials

Russia on Saturday imposed sanctions on 25 British officials, responding to penalties Britain imposed in July against the same number of Russians over human rights violations. “In response to unfriendly actions by the British authorities and on the basis of reciprocity, the Russian side made a decision to impose personal sanctions on 25 representatives of Great Britain who are now banned

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Belarusian opposition leader asks that Belarusian riot police be recognized as terrorist organization

Belarusian opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya has asked that  Belarusian riot police and the Anti Organized Crime Directorate be recognized as terrorist organizations. Tikhanovskaya spoke about the brutality of Belarusian security forces during a meeting with the Dutch Foreign Minister. “Since GUBOPIK (Main Anti Organized Crime Directorate) and riot police have turned into criminal gangs, we are beginning the procedure of

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Vitaliy Markiv, serviceman of the National Guard of UkraineOne of my most important battles is over… This is my ultimate victory

On November 3, 2020, the Milan Court of Appeals acquitted Ukraine’s National Guard serviceman Vitaliy Markiv, who had been sentenced by the Pavia court to 24 years in prison for alleged involvement in the deaths of Italian photojournalist Andrea Rocchelli and his interpreter, Russian Andrei Mironov, in May 2014. The Milan Court of Appeals announced its judgment at about 20:00

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Russia Virus Toll, Deaths, Hit New Highs

Russia on Saturday registered record numbers for daily infections and deaths from the coronavirus, two days after having passed two million cases. Health officials reported 24,822 new infections and 476 deaths, bringing the national total to 2,064,748 million cases and 35,778 fatalities since the beginning of the year. While those figures suggest a lower death rate than elsewhere in the world,

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Flights launching from Boryspil to Heathrow Dec 17 – Ambassador

The negotiations with the administration of London Heathrow Airport have been a success.Photo from UNIAN In a month, Ukrainians will be able to fly from Boryspil International Airport to London’s main airport, Heathrow. Ambassador of Ukraine to the United Kingdom Vadym Prystaiko has made the relevant announcement via Twitter. “Finally, the Ukrainians will fly from Kyiv to Britain’s main air gate

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Attempt to destroy the High Anti-Corruption Court: what you should know about connection between the judge of the CCU and disgraced KDAC

Originally published on Liga.net Ukraine is under threat while judges of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine and other subjects of the NABU cases, whom the Court granted an indulgence, celebrate the collapse of cases against them. For the fourth week in a row, Ukraine has been in constitutional crisis due to the decision of the Constitutional Court regarding demolitionof the

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Ukraine’s ministry asks not to use the term ‘annexation’ regarding Crimea

19:48, 20 November 2020 – Source : 112 Ukraine The term ‘annexation’ is erroneous regarding Crimea, according to Ukraine’s Minister for the Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories. The Minister for the Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories asks not to call Crimea ‘annexed’ because the term ‘annexation’ is erroneous toward Crimea and it contradicts the Ukrainian legislation as Deputy Minister for the Reintegration

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