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Poroshenko signed law on increasing of Ukraine’s army to 250,000 men

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has signed a law “On size of the Ukrainian armed forces,” according to which the number of the Ukraine’s army is to be increased to 250,000 people, the press service of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine reported on Wednesday. The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine in 2012 approved the size of the Ukrainian armed forces as 184,000 men. But on March 5 the Parliament voted for a…

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Congress Demands War in Ukraine!

     US military vehicles in military exercises near Russia’s border this week. Just weeks after a European-brokered ceasefire greatly reduced the violence in Ukraine, the US House of Representatives today takes a big step toward re-igniting – and expanding – the bloody civil war. A Resolution, “Calling on the President to provide Ukraine with military assistance to defend its sovereignty and territorial integrity,” stealthily made its way to the House…

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DPR Militia Leader: US Started Supplying Lethal Weapons to Ukraine

Western weapons have already been found According to the militia leader, US ammunition was spotted in Debaltsevo, and NATO planes land at the airports of Dnipropetrovsk, Zaporizhia and Kharkiv every day. KIEV, March 24. The United States is already supplying weapons to the Ukrainian armed forces, the head of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic, Alexander Zakharchenko, has said. “The United States is already supplying weapons there. For instance, in Debaltsevo…

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BREAKING: Kolomoisky Resigns as Governor of Dnipropetrovsk

Poroshenko has accepted a resignation request by Ihor Kolomoisky – the powerful governor of the eastern Dnipropetrovsk region. President Petro Poroshenko’s office said this happened when Mr Kolomoisky, one of the country’s richest men, met the president in the capital Kiev. This comes after armed men suspected of links to Mr Kolomoisky briefly occupied the offices of an oil firm in the city. It triggered fears of a major showdown…

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Crimea to Get $400 Million Russian Federal Investment This Year

Under Ukraine’s previous regional development program Crimea received around $120 million in 2011. Russia will invest 23 billion rubles ($400 million) from the federal budget in Crimea, the region annexed from Ukraine last year, Crimean leader Sergei Aksyonov said Tuesday. The cash injection is smaller than last year’s, when according to the RBC news agency Russia transferred almost 34 billion rubles from the federal budget to regional investment. The figures do not account for non-investment subsidies to Crimea, which last year were…

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Video:Meeting:Ukrainian miners demand their salaries from government

    Lviv miners assault the administration building with a demand to pay them a salary for two months.«They must pay debt to us! They haven’t paid us for two months – January and February» – said protesters.The miners came to the administration building with posters “Where is the miners money?» and «Yatsenyuk! You must perform the coalition agreement!», some were knocking helmets on the ground in protest. «We went to…

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NATO Launches “Operation Destroy RT”

One year after the Russian annexation of Crimea from Ukraine, the European Union and NATO want to step up an information campaign to counter what they’ve called “false narratives” disseminated by the Kremlin. On Sunday, Gen. Philip Breedlove, NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander Europe, said there was a “need as a Western group of nations or as an alliance to engage in this informational warfare.” “The way to attack the false narrative…

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In Kharkov 100 cameras installed for spying  

Yesterday the Kharkiv city Council reported that more than 100 CCTV cameras are installed throughout the city, including the main square,  the territory of Kharkiv airport, markets, bus stations, major shopping centers, cinemas and other key places of the city. The administration called the reason for installing cameras – the continuous monitoring of the local population, under the pretext of security threats to their life. The cameras also control the movement…

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WHO RUINED MINSK AGREEMENTS?  

Official Kyiv refused to perform the obligations following from the set of measures for implementation of the Minsk agreement, signed on 12 February 2015 and approved by a Resolution of the UN Security Council №2202 dated February 17, 2015. Paragraph 1 of the Minsk Protocol about ceasefire is not being performed. After February 15, attacks of the Ukrainian military on the Donetsk airport are becoming everyday affair, Lugansk and Gorlovka…

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