Ukraine Crisis

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NATO will be ‘one of the foreign military threats': Russia

Popov said that US and NATO leaders reassured Moscow that they are not Russia’s enemy and would never attack Russia.


‘No military solution’ to Ukraine crisis, UN chief warns

Ban Ki-moon’s comments came after European-mediated talks on the fast-escalating crisis opened in Minsk.

Still awash with cash, world economies take turn for the worse

Ultra-loose monetary policies followed by major central banks have failed to bring about recovery.


Russia says ‘certain progress’ reached in Ukraine crisis talks

The foreign ministry said the sides focused on ways to quickly halt fighting and establish Ukraine’s control over its border with Russia .


Rebels to ‘guarantee safety’ of monitors if Kiev argees truce

Donetsk People’s Republic’s Dy Premier Andrei Purgin urged Kiev to “immediately conclude such an agreement” with the rebels.


US, France agree on new sanctions against Russia

The two leaders agreed that their preference remains a bilateral ceasefire, fully supported by Russia.


Putin tells Obama he wants better relations

Relations between Russia and the U.S. have deteriorated as the two countries have struggled to find common ground in Ukraine.


Ukraine urges Merkel, EU help end pro-Russian revolt

Russia insisted that the week-long unilateral ceasefire that Poroshenko ordered on Friday be extended over the long term.


Russia to submit draft UN resolution on Ukraine

Russia pressures Ukraine for abiding the Geneva agreement. Plans to submit a draft resolution to UN Sec. Council.


Obama, Putin meet for a brief discussion; 1st time since Ukraine crisis

The roughly 15-minute conversation on the sidelines of a lunch for world leaders in France was casual and didn’t rise to the level of a formal bilateral meeting.


Leaders to meet Putin after G7 sanctions warning

In March, US and its most important allies retaliated for Putin’s military occupation and subsequent annexation of Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula.


12 feared dead as rebels shoot down Ukraine military helicopter

Rebels shot down a military helicopter amid heavy fighting around Slovyansk killing at least 12 soldiers.


Putin to discuss Ukraine crisis with France’s Hollande on June 5

This will be Putin’s first meeting with the head of government or state of a major Western power since Russia’s annexation of Crimea.

As Putin looks east, China and Russia sign huge gas supply deal

For China, the implied price is crucially below the Asian cost of importing liquefied natural gas (LNG), an alternative energy source it is developing.


US warns Russia of new sanctions if it disrupts Ukraine vote

US warned Russia of new sanctions if the Kremlin and its allies disrupts Ukraine’s presidential elections.


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