Monthly Archives: November 2020

Igor Poshivailo: “It is obvious that an attempt is being made to multiply the Revolution of Dignity by zero”

On Thursday, November 19, the office of the Maidan Museum was searched by National Police investigators accompanied by SBU officers.  Police attributed the searches to an investigation into the construction of the Memorial to the Heroes of the Heavenly Hundred: the Maidan Museum paid the general contractor UAH 111 million in advance, but the latter allegedly spent the funds improperly and, police

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US withdraws from Open Skies Treaty with Russia: officials

22 Nov. 2020 – By Lucia I. Suarez Sang, Lucas Tomlinson | Fox News The US has one major arms treaty remaining with Russia: New START The United States officially pulled out of another arms control pact with Russia on Sunday, marking the end of a six-month notification process informing Moscow, U.S. officials told Fox News. The Trump administration withdrew from the Open Skies Treaty, which

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It was decided to erect a monument to Joseph Kobzon in the center of Moscow

Moscow authorities have gathered to erect a monument to the singer Iosif Kobzon in the city center. Initially, the municipal deputy of the Tverskoy district Ketevan Kharaidze wrote about this on Facebook . The plans to erect the monument were later confirmed to Echo of Moscow by the head of the Moscow City Duma’s Commission on Culture and Mass Communications, Evgeny Gerasimov.  Gerasimov noted that in

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Moderna has estimated the cost of a dose of their vaccine at $ 25-37. Sputnik V manufacturers said their price would be “much lower”

The price of one dose of covid vaccine, which is produced by the American company Moderna, will range from $ 25 to $ 37. The head of the company Stefan Bansel said this in an interview with Die Welt. Bansel said the company was “not interested in maximizing profits” and called the price set “fair” given how much the healthcare system

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Moldova’s presidential election: the Russians were not coming (this time)

Presidents Putin and Dodon meet in 2017. Dodon recently lost the second round of Moldova’s presidential elections. (Source: Moldova.org)  2020/11/20 – 16:59 • INTERNATIONAL Moldova’s recent presidential election (the first round held on November 1, the second round on November 15) has been widely stereotyped by international media as a geopolitical contest between a democratic West and Vladimir Putin’s Russia. But

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What did Ukraine’s Euromaidan revolution really achieve?

During the Euromaidan protests in December 2013  2020/11/21 – 22:46 • MAIDANSeven years ago, the Euromaidan revolution started in Kyiv. Initially springing up against then-President Yanukovych’s foreign policy U-turn in the refusal to sign the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement, it grew into a protest against police violence and the corrupt regime itself. Since then, Ukraine has been on a rollercoaster of dreams

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Seven years after Euromaidan: how much has Ukraine progressed?

An exhibition on Maidan Nezalezhnosti in Kyiv shows scenes from the Euromaidan revolution in 2013-2014. Photo: Kyiv Dialogue  2020/11/21 – 03:37 • MAIDAN, REFORMS Article by: Bohdan BenEdited by: Michael Garrood Decentralization, more transparency, and new people in politics are some of the results Ukraine reaped after the Euromaidan revolution. Ukraine has implemented half of the opportunities provided by the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement;

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