Russian Bear’s Power Grab Sparks Protests in Kyiv

Following yesterday’s startling and incoherent decision by Ukraine’s cabinet of ministers to dismiss the President of Energoatom Mr Yuri Nedashkovsky by a cavalier show of hands, workers of the company immediately staged a protest outside the Ministry of Energy and Environmental Protection on Kreshchatyk in Central Kyiv.  The protestors demanded that Minister Orzhel should stop […]

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US House of Representatives sent a subpoena to Pompei to request Ukrainian documents

US Democrats have no intention of impeaching President Trump’s impeachment investigation. Today, Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, handed over Ukrainian-related documents and arranged eyewitnesses to be suspected of Trump. Abuse of power to testify. Agence France-Presse reported that the three Federal House Committees gave Pompeo a week to sort out the documents, and said that […]

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Europe and Japan sign infrastructure cooperation agreement to join forces to fight the Belt and Road

The EU and Japanese leaders signed an infrastructure cooperation agreement in Brussels today. In addition to demonstrating their support for multilateral tradeism, they also highlight the ambition of Europe and Japan to break through China’s “One Belt, One Road” leading cross-border cooperation. . The EU issued the “Linked Eurasian Strategy” last year. Today, the European […]

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Zelensky set to coordinate Normandy Four meeting date in phone calls with Macron, Merkel on Wednesday (Part 2)

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said he might have phone calls with French President Emmanuel Macron and German Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday to discuss the situation in eastern Ukraine and the possibility of a soonest meeting in the Normandy format. “My first phone call of today involved the Russian president, and the second […]

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