Situação na Ucrânia

02
06.2017

Vladimir Putin attended a plenary meeting of the St Petersburg International Economic Forum.

23
04.2017

According to statements coming from the OSCE, on the morning of April 23, 2017 an OSCE Special Monitoring Mission vehicle returning from a patrol, experienced a mine explosion in the district of Slavyanoserbsky, Lugansk Region, two kilometres away from the line of contact, resulting in the death of one paramedic from the United States working as a contractor with the OSCE. International monitors who were also in the vehicle were wounded.

20
10.2016

Following negotiations on a settlement in Ukraine and the situation around Syria, the Russian President made a statement for the press.

14
09.2016

The heads of the Donetsk and Lugansk republics have issued a statement on a unilateral ceasefire starting at 12 am on September 15, under which all people’s militia units in Donetsk and Lugansk are prohibited from responding to fire from the Ukrainian army and the National Guard.

01
09.2015

On September 1, the Contact Group held a meeting in a video conference format with representatives from Donbass, the Joint Coordination and Control Centre, and the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to review the results of an earlier ceasefire agreement achieved by the sides in connection with the start of the new academic year.

Meeting participants reviewed the consistent decline in the number of ceasefire violations starting on August 28 and the lack of violations on September 1 as of noon MMT.

11
08.2015

Recently tensions have been escalating along the line of contact of the conflicting sides in southeastern Ukraine. Media are reporting more frequent shelling of settlements and casualties among Donbass civilians.

23
04.2015

That’s more specific. We operate on the premise that the Ukrainians are our close neighbours and a brotherly nation. We want the people who live next to our borders and who we are well disposed to, to live well. In order for this to happen, Ukraine must remain united.