14:55 19.04.2014 PoliticsAll Ukrainian ships leave Crimea - Presidential Administration
13:33 19.04.2014 PoliticsRussian FSB thinks over deportation of Crimean Tatars - Jemilev
12:42 19.04.2014 PoliticsJemilev, Chubarov not allowed in Crimea
12:25 19.04.2014 PoliticsSeparatists declare hunt for Ukrainian-speaking citizens of Sloviansk
16:18 18.04.2014 PoliticsSeparatists in Luhansk vow not to leave SBU building without referendum
16:01 18.04.2014 PoliticsForeign ministry: Putin buries own myths on legitimacy of 'referendum' in Crimea
China today does not remain indifferent to the events in Ukraine. Beijing says it sees its role in resolving the situation mainly through deterrence and appeals to exercise calm and restraint. In addition, China has turned to the IMF and other institutions with the initiative to help Ukraine regain financial stability as soon as possible.
- The Court in the Hague: what should Ukraine expect?
- Poland's former economy minister Piechota: Ukraine has long been in irrational economic system
A decision to create within the National News Agency of Ukraine - Ukrinform an information and analytical platform, which should facilitate the formation of a unified information policy, has been made at a meeting with Deputy Prime Minister for Humanitarian Affairs Oleksandr Sych.
- Experts say Russia's foreign ministry calls into question Putin's legitimacy
- Experts say Putin decided not to play with edge tools after Obama's trip to Saudi Arabia
From the point of view of geopolitics the conflict between Ukraine and Russia, in fact, was inevitable. The outburst of confrontation was only a matter of time. American political scientist Zbigniew Brzezinski wrote in his book "The Grand Chessboard”, analyzing the consequences of the collapse of the USSR, that the most painful for Moscow was the loss of Ukraine.
- Russia's foreign ministry and UN: Black is white
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PM Arseniy Yatseniuk: “They stole our property. This is our Crimea, this is Yalta, this is our sea, our territory, Vladimir Vladimirovich. With respect to Crimea we together with the international community will continue step by step to "fight" Crimea back politically and diplomatically, as we did at the United Nations with the UN Security Council ..."