Tag Archives: Crimea

Russia and Belarus: Blackmailing the EU and joint threats to Ukraine

The “migration crisis” on the EU’s eastern borders, ongoing for several months, has intensified in recent weeks, leading to a state of emergency in the Polish and Lithuanian border areas with Belarus. The issue of introducing the state of emergency is also being considered in Ukraine.  Another escalation has led to the death of migrants,…

Poker table of the Russian-Ukrainian war: will Europe throw up cards?

The Kremlin did not choose the course to destabilize Europe yesterday, and the threat from Russia is growing every year. On the one hand, NATO’s activation on the Eastern Borders is a positive demonstration of its capabilities.

Hungary stepping on the Kremlin’s rake

The agreement of Berlin and Washington with Moscow on implementing the Nord Stream 2 project this fall has jeopardized the security not only of Ukraine but of the whole of Europe. And the leaders of the Old World have already felt the first fruits of this step.

Falsifications and intimidation: how Russia held illegitimate election in the occupied Luhansk and Donetsk regions

On Sunday, September 19, the election to the State Duma, which lasted three days, ended in Russia. Apart from information about mass fraud and forced voting in favor of the ruling United Russia party, the Kremlin’s “expression of will” is a challenge to the civilized world.

Kyrylo Budanov: Ukrainian intelligence is able to conduct operations in any part of the world, if necessary

Interview with the Chief of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine Kyrylo Budanov.

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