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The Crimean precedent

The Crimean precedent

The Permanent Court of Arbitration based in the Hague while reviewing the case of nineteen Ukrainian legal entities versus the Russian Federation, ruled that Russia is responsible for violating their laws. These violations occurred after the Crimea annexation, when Russian authorities nationalized Ukrainian companies operating in Crimea.

Ukrainian Orthodox Church to be independent of Russia

Ukrainian Orthodox Church to be independent of Russia

Deputies of Ukrainian Parliament and Verkhovna Rada (ukr. Верховна Рада) supported the appeal of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko (ukr. Петро Порошенко) to Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople Bartholomew

Where is the strategy for ukrainian foreign policy?

Where is the strategy for ukrainian foreign policy?

The Annual Report of Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism” (ukr. Рада зовнішньої політики „Українська призма”), has been published. The non-governmental organization which was set up in 2015 deals with the analysis of Ukrainian foreign policy.

Russian trace in “Ukrainian Choice”

Russian trace in “Ukrainian Choice”

Different versions of Nadiya Savchenko’s past (ukr. Надія Савченко), her political and intelligence connections appeared in the media in the aftermath of her arrest.

Electric cars in the Verkhovna Rada

Electric cars in the Verkhovna Rada

The Ukrainian government intends to subsidise the import and production of electric vehicles. Their exporters and producers are to be exempt from certain taxes and customs duties.

Ukraine beats Russia

Ukraine beats Russia

Ukrainian oil and gas company Naftogaz has won in the Arbitration Tribunal in Stockholm against Russian energy company Gazprom.

Nadiya Savchenko’s Attempt to blow up the parliament building

Nadiya Savchenko’s Attempt to blow up the parliament building

Hero of Ukraine Nadiya Savchenko has been accused in Kyiv of betraying Ukraine. She has asked Russian President Vladimir Putin for permission to return to a Russian prison and, as a form of exchange, for the release of all Ukrainian captives.

Russian media have reported about 1,500 political prisoners in Ukraine

Russian media have reported about 1,500 political prisoners in Ukraine

Russian media quoted the president of the Union of Political Emigrants and Political Prisoners of Ukraine, Larisa Shesler, according to whom, about 1,500 people in Ukraine have been arrested for political reasons. Shesler has claimed that the number of Ukrainian citizens exposed to persecution may be higher, as many of them are afraid to inform that some of their relatives have been imprisoned for political reasons.

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