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President Zelensky stand-off with armed irregulars sabotaging the order to implement Minsk Agreements

President Zelensky stand-off with armed irregulars sabotaging the order to implement Minsk Agreements

War in the eastern part of Ukraine and politics go together. While President Zelensky is trying to follow commitments given to his electorate and international obligations in implementation of the Minsk Agreements, he has to overcome obstacles placed by irregular armed groups who identify themselves as patriots of Ukraine. On ... Read More
The USA concern over domestic terrorism and links of white supremacist cells to Ukraine

The USA concern over domestic terrorism and links of white supremacist cells to Ukraine

The USA are seeking extradition of their citizen from Ukraine. The person had been implicated in a double murder in the USA while visiting his country on a vacation from Ukraine. He participated in the war in the east of Ukraine with a far-right military formation. Craig Lang, a former ... Read More
If socialist elements within Maidan had not been labelled as banderovtsy, they would have had a chance to win over

If socialist elements within Maidan had not been labelled as banderovtsy, they would have had a chance to win over

A well-known Russian writer Roman Senchin in Helsinki: "The crisis between Ukraine and Russia is a deep wound which won't heal in the next tens or even hundreds of years…" Roman Senchin, born 1971, Russian writer, author of many books which gained him high recognition in Russia. His novel "Eltyshevs" ... Read More
Facebook and Censorship

Facebook and Censorship

I got censored by Facebook in October. One of the comments was regarded as a “violation of norms and principles of our community”. Sounds tough. I was banned for 24 hours. Meanwhile, Mark Zuckerberg delivered a speech on free speech on October 17. He streamlined it live through his platform ... Read More
The OSCE on September casualties in Donetsk

The OSCE on September casualties in Donetsk

In the situation when the sides of the conflict in Donbass confirmed their commitment to indefinite ceasefire starting from July 2019 as a result of the consultations by the Trilateral Group, it is with great concern we hear everyday news on the ceasefire being violated. On 26 September, the SMM ... Read More
Niinistö’s visit to Ukraine

Niinistö’s visit to Ukraine

President Sauli Niinistö’s official 2-day visit to Ukraine has been broadly covered by both Ukrainian and Russian media. The vocabulary and the tone, however, of the coverage have been markedly different. UNN (Ukrainian National News) Agency reports that President Niinistö received the traditional greeting of bread and salt on his ... Read More
Case of Jarrett William Smith

Case of Jarrett William Smith

On September 23 the American media went viral publishing articles and comments on the arrest by the FBI of Jarrett William Smith, a United States soldier who discussed plans to attack a major American news network, planned to travel to Ukraine to fight with the Azov regiment and distributed information ... Read More
Canada and revisionist tendencies in Ukraine

Canada and revisionist tendencies in Ukraine

On September 17, the Canadian National Post published an article entitled "Canadian officials honour Nazi collaborators in Ukraine, angering Jewish groups". The article refers to the ceremony held on August 21 in the Ukrainian town of Sambir where the ambassador of Canada to Ukraine was to unveil a monument to ... Read More

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