As was stated by the U.S. Deputy Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, in his statement at the Warsaw public library, Russia has violated the basic principles of international law by annexing Crimea and deploying heavy weapons and thousands of soldiers along international borders, Radio Svoboda reports.
According to Blinken, such actions violate the premise that “the borders and territorial integrity of a state cannot be changed by force... that all members of the international community are …
The Chairman of the NATO Military Committee, Petr Pavel, invited the European NATO members to allocate up to 2% of their GDP (gross domestic product) for defense in order to reduce the U.S. influence that covers up to 75% of NATO’s expenses. According to the military man, today’s Europe faces two serious threats, Rosbalt reported.
The first threat is from the south and is posed by non-governmental formations and the rise of terrorism. The second threat is more dangerous. It is Russia with its …
As reported by The Open Dialogue Foundation on May 5th, MEPs Jacek Saryusz Wolski and Kazimierz Michał Ujazdowski wrote letters to the heads of the Russian prison facilities where Ukrainian citizens Nikolai Karpyuk, Stakislav Klich, Gennady Afanasiev, Alexander Kostenko and Yurii Soloshenko are being detained.
The MEPs warned that if the rights of Ukrainians are further violated, the number of Russians in the EU sanction list may increase.
The MEPs are particularly concerned about the …
The Ukrainian community is awaiting the results of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NABU). The U.S. Ambassador is ready to allocate money for this purpose.
The Department on Law Enforcement Issues of the U.S Embassy in Ukraine will finance the joint exercises of the officers of the U.S.A.’s Special Rapid Response Unit (SWAT) along with the employees of the Special Operative Department of NABU.
“I’m very pleased that the U.S Government, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and our …
Polish Minister of National Defense Antoni Macierewicz said that the Polish delegation will not take part in the celebration of Victory Day, which will be held on May 9 in Moscow. According to the newspaper Gazeta Polska Codziennie, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Lithuania have also decided not to attend.
"All the celebrations associated with Victory Day will take place in Poland," the Polish Ministry of Defense announced.
A spokesperson for the Ministry of Defense of Slovakia, in a …