Ukraine’s president has set out proposals for a peace plan for eastern Ukraine involving a unilateral ceasefire by government forces. Petro Poroshenko said the temporary truce – expected “in hours or days” – would allow pro-Russian militants in the region to lay down their arms. One separatist group has already rejected the proposal. Mr Poroshenko’s […]
KIEV/GORKI Russia (Reuters) – Russia cut off gas to Ukraine on Monday in a dispute over unpaid bills that could disrupt supplies to the rest of Europe and set back hopes for peace in the former Soviet republic. After weekend violence that included the loss of 49 troops in the downing of a Ukrainian plane, Russia said Kiev missed a deadline for a $1.95 […]
On June 6 2014, the official Russian news agency Itar Tass announced what many were expecting since at least the beginning of the Ukrainian crisis: Russian main energy company, Gazprom Neft has finally “signed agreements with its consumers” to switch from Dollars to Euros (as transition to the ruble) “for payments under contracts”. The announcement […]
Ukraine’s civil war started on 2 May 2014, when supporters of the February-coup-imposed (click on that link if you don’t know about that coup) Ukrainian central government firebombed Odessa’s Trade Unions Building, incinerating hundreds of Odessans who opposed the coup… Read More: » Why Ukraine’s Civil War Is of Global Historical Importance Alex Jones’ Infowars: There’s a war on for your […]
Whether he likes it or not, President Barack Obama’s trip to Europe will be about Ukraine, Vladimir Putin and American power. He may not stoop to pick up the geopolitical gauntlet thrown down
Ukraine’s government launched talks Wednesday on decentralizing power as part of a European-backed peace plan, but didn’t invite its main foes
Both sides have been burying their dead as Ukraine slides further towards war, with supporters of Russia and of a united Ukraine accusing each other of tearing the country apart.